Narcissists love to be the exception to everything. A major factor of what separates a narcissist from a non-narcissist is how they process emotions.
This is very common in dysfunctional relationships, but what if you could recognize that you are dating a narcissist from the get go and avoid all the painful effects that will inevitably come as a result of it later on?In this article, I am going to share three signs that will help you recognize that you are dating a narcissist, so you can run before you get too involved and avoid being sucked in like a moth to a flame and be consumed by an abusive partner.But before, let’s get some understanding of how a narcissist is born and why.They’ll put others down to make themselves feel superior. Narcissists are notorious for being the type to sweep you off your feet and make you feel like the greatest thing in the world.Not being able to get a word in because your partner is too busy talking about… That is, until all that charm crumbles like a house of cards.If most of these sound like your partner, it’s likely you’re dating a narcissist.
Any true narcissist can charm the pants off just about anyone.True love does not fade the longer you date, it grows stronger.Do not move in because you don’t want to lose him, if he is as sweet as he pretends to be waiting will not be a problem. The biggest number one without fail sign of a narcissist is how they sweep you off your feet at the beginning of the relationship.A child is by nature narcissist to start with, but with healthy parenting, he learns compassion and love.However, when a child is being raised by dysfunctional parents or parenting, being abused physically or emotionally in one way or another, not only the child will not learn compassion and love et move on from his narcissist nature as a child, but he will learn that he can never be loved unless he’s loved by .How many red flags do you need in order to run away and save yourself? Time will tell, his mask will drop, that is why he is pushing for commitment, he wants to hook you before you see the real person under the facade.