Narcissistic people love playing games with people’s hearts. One of these games they like playing is breadcrumbing games.
They like to get people’s hopes up about a relationship actually flourishing but then cut the hearts of others once they have given the narcissist their heart.
They are like cats playing with a mouse.
When the “crush” has no intention of taking things further, but they like the attention. So they flirt here or there, send dm/texts just to keep the person interested, knowing damn well they’re staying single. ~ Urban Dictionary
What Is Breadcrumbing? 9 Signs Of BreadCrumbing!
1 – Their Messaging Is Erratic: Hot and Cold
They will call you on Monday and then a month later as if you talked to them the day before!
2 – Their Messages and Speech Has A Double Meaning
Like a snake, everything they says has a double meaning!
“You don’t really want to do this?”
And when you do it, and you hate it, they will say, “I told you, you wouldn’t want to do it.”
3 – They Ghost You
They will ghost you by asking you can you do something for them and then when you reply, they will not respond back.
The reason they do this, is to make you think about their worthlessness!
They want you to wonder why you are not responding. They want you to keep sending messages. And they want you to think YOU DID SOMETHING WRONG!!
These people are SUCH LOSERS!
4 – They Booty Call
They will call you and try and warm you up with flattery, just so you can go over to them for a late night booty call!
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Struggling With C-PTSD?
I often say that living with a narcissist is like living in a war zone! This comparison may very well seem hyperbolic, but research has shown that living around narcissists can have the same effects on a person’s mind as people living in a war zone!
I wrote an article describing the “10+ Mental Illnesses Caused By Staying With Narcissists“.
These people are monsters, plain and simple.
If you are struggling with emotional flashbacks, dealing with mental and emotional battles that NO ONE but yourself seems to see and feel, and if you find it hard to get out of bed every day, you may be dealing with C-PTSD.
As great as support groups may be, or as profound as articles can be, they are no substitute for professional help.
Sometimes the best way to heal and move forward is with therapy.
Speaking with someone and getting the hurt off your chest is a great way to unload.
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