The Three Stages of Narcissist Relationships : A Roller-Coaster Ride

Boundaries of the Soul

Narcissists are the proverbial Jekyll and Hyde characters, one way one moment, one way the next. A roller-coaster ride for anyone involved with them. When we become involved in a new relationship, a need to bond and connect with others is usually the main reason, leading hopefully to love. However, narcissists have their own reasons for connecting with others that has nothing to do with love. The simple reason being they are incapable of love and normal connection with others. The paradox is that narcissists need others more than anyone. Their sole source of self esteem and self-worth comes from the admiration of their victims but they walk the constant tightrope between needing others and needing to be left alone. They have a massive void within them that can only be filled by sucking their victims dry. They enter into relationships being completely self absorbed and not caring about the…

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4 thoughts on “The Three Stages of Narcissist Relationships : A Roller-Coaster Ride

  1. This is so true, thank you for posting this today. I was in a 7 yr relationship with this very issue intertwined. Now I see the why’s to what was never going to last from the beginning. hugs for the insight, as it wasn’t something I did all those many years ago. Bless you …

    Take care and happy blogging to ya, from Laura ~

  2. Thank you for the hugs and blessing. I think you are right about putting blinders on, i did the same and I would imagine many others do as well. For me I think it’s because a narcissist’s behaviour doesn’t make any sense! πŸ™‚

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