How Narcissism Affects Relationships? From The Perspective Of A Narcissist

How Narcissism Affects Relationships? From The Perspective Of A Narcissist

How Narcissism Affects Relationships

Being a narcissist is not easy.

And I think for many empaths, sane people, and mature adults, just don’t know the struggles that narcissistic people go through.

To be SO PERFECT and FLAWLESS in every aspect of life does not come easy. 

For us plebians, we could never fathom what it is to be that great, hence is why they are so tough on us for their nonsensical reasons. 

In this article, I want to take a bit of heat off the back of these GIANTS amongst men.

Because heaven knows they have been nothing but gracious to us mere plebians.

Just to have them look at us is a great blessing, and so many of us take that for granted. 

Damn, the gall of us for daring to want to live a sane life and have healthy relationships.

I swear, we are some of the most unappreciative people you will ever come across. 

Anyway, to stay on track, this article will explain how narcissism affects relationships from a narcissist’s perspective.

They get too much flack for being who they are…which is that they are just better people than we will ever be or hope to be.

See, I know my place in the grand scheme of it all, and I hope by the end of this article, you too will know your place.

You goddamn plebian. 

What Is Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

A narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder that is characterized by an inflated sense of self-importance, a need for admiration, and a lack of empathy for others. People with narcissistic personality disorder often seek out positions of power and prestige and can be very successful. However, they may also experience difficulty in relationships due to their lack of empathy.

Narcissistic Traits of a Narcissistic Partner:

  • grandiose sense
  • inflated self esteem
  • lack empathy
  • haughty behaviors
  • lacks empathy
  • grandiose sense of self
  • takes advantage of most people
  • only look after their own well being
  • exaggerates achievements

How Narcissism Affects Relationships? From The Perspective Of A Narcissist

These great beings bless the general population by simply being them. A relationship with a narcissist is sheer bliss and those lucky enough to be in contact with narcissistic people should be happy.

1- Giants Amongst Ants – How Narcissism Affects Relationships

How Narcissism Affects Relationships
How Narcissism Affects Relationships

Now, I want all you hurt plebian victims to get this through your soft, fragile THICK HARDHEAD SKULLS.

You are an ANTA BUGA GNAT.

Imagine being so freaking great, so impressive that the sun revolves around YOU

To have you come up to a narcissist asking them for respect as a human being…is…is…THE GALL OF YOU.






HOW DARE YOU ASK FOR RESPECT, you goddamn plebian.

See, this is the stress that narcissists have to go through.

They are GIANT living amongst us bugs.

We should be honored by all that they do. We should be singing praises of how great they are, even when they are not great.

We should write poetry about the beauty in their many, many, many many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many ugly flaws. 

They are giants and to dare have us bugs seek any form of respect from them is LUDICROUS.

2 – Geniuses Of An Era – How Narcissism Affects Relationships

How Narcissism Affects Relationships
How Narcissism Affects Relationships

Narcissists are unparalleled geniuses.

Einstein has sh*t on them.

The things that these people can think of are so astronomically above our scope of thinking.

We should just SHUT UP, take notes, and always say yes (capitulate our reasoning to their insanity) to everything they tell us.

When they say don’t talk to them, but don’t ignore them either, know that their logic and reasoning are leaps and bounds over ours.

And they simply what the best for us, even when they want the worst for us.

Us foolish plebians should always capitulate to all of their needs and desires.

To have people like this grace our lives with their superior reasoning and logic…should cause us to burst into tears of appreciation.

“The earth is flat because if it weren’t, it wouldn’t be.”

The sound logic in this argument is just…darn, we are foolish plebians.

3 – They Are Our Moral Superiors – They Are Just Better Than Us

No to retread old articles, as I have already written on why these people are not arrogant, they just are our moral superiors, in my article “Narcissists Aren’t Arrogant; They Are Just Our Moral Superiors” — but they are JUST our moral superiors.

The gaslighting, projecting, temper tantrums, the blameshifting, the lying, cheating, stealing, character assassinations, the death threats, the suicidal threats (If you leave me, I will…), and all these other batsh*t insane things aren’t immoral, even though they are, they are just super-duper MORAL; we just have to see it that way.

Narcissistic Relationships Can Do Damage To Your Mental health

Understand this…

The reason narcissists do the batsh*t insane things they do is because of YOUYOU are to blame for all their mess up and faults in life. Even if you had nothing to do with it, IT IS YOUR FAULT.

A narcissistic relationship CAN last for a lifetime, but only once you realize how amazing and perfect they are.

Until you get that through your head, you will never have a perfect relationship with them.

Just remind yourself every day that YOU are to blame for all their faults and failures in life (be that scapegoat), and you can have a GREAT relationship with them.

This is sarcasm of course.

Don’t let these nutjobs destroy your mental health.

You deserve so much more than narcissistic relationships.

The Dangers of Dating a Narcissist

When it comes to dating, there are a lot of risks involved. But one of the most dangerous risks is dating a narcissist. A narcissist is someone who is excessively self-centered and has an inflated sense of their importance.

They are often very charming and charismatic, which can make them seem like the perfect partner. But behind that facade is a person who is only interested in themselves.

Narcissists can be very manipulative and controlling. They may try to control every aspect of their partner’s life, from what they wear to who they spend time with. They may also be extremely jealous and possessive. And if their partner tries to leave them, they may become violent, attack your self worth or threaten suicide.

The best way to avoid getting into a narcissistic relationship is to be aware of the signs.

A Narcissistic Relationship Will Never End In Happiness

In a narcissistic relationship, one partner is completely focused on themselves. They believe they are better than everyone else and need constant attention and admiration. This type of relationship is never equal or healthy.

You will never have intimate relationships with people like this. People like this will use manipulation tactics such as gaslighting, projecting, blame-shifting, and painting you out to be the bad guy.

The narcissist will always want more attention and control than their partner can give. This can lead to conflict, manipulation, and even abuse. In the end, a narcissistic relationship will never lead to happiness for either partner.

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