If you're not hearing from them, they've found it elsewhere. They'll literally replace you down to nicknames, wedding venues and vacation spots.If they're back, someone saw through them and they're sweet talking the dealer.20. They will do this not only because they have no conscience, but because they you to feel terrible.Every relationship has its ups and downs, regardless of how mentally stable — or unstable — each person is.But one type of relationship, in particular, that can be more challenging than most is one that involves a narcissist. National Library of Medicine defines narcissistic personality disorder as “[a]n enduring pattern of grandiose beliefs and arrogant behavior together with an overwhelming need for admiration and a lack of empathy for (and even exploitation of) others.” Does your partner continually need to be on a pedestal, seen in the best possible light, and have his or her ego stroked?A little further down the line they'll remind you saying, “I’ve done so much for you, you’re so ungrateful!” The narcissist is, without fail, extremely charming and charismatic.
When you say something to them, they seem to hear it and take it seriously.Then there comes a point when they know you’re so invested, you won’t want to leave.In fact, they’ve laid the charm on so thick, you’re willing to stick around indefinitely.These men and women will do every possible thing they can to suck every last ounce of dignity and security out of their partners.And a relationship with them can be more than painful — it can be downright dangerous. While most of us have some narcissistic traits, we all try to get our own needs met and lots of people are selfish, the true narcissist is so damaged that they can’t see things from anyone else’s perspective but their own.