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Are You In Love With A Narcissist? Ask Yourself These Key Questions

Posted on March 3, 2018 by Psychic Corrina

are you in love with a narcissist?

Are You In Love With A Narcissist?

People tend to use the term “narcissist” when they are upset by a person’s selfish actions or behaviours.

A true narcissist, however, is a mentally unstable individual with a serious personality disorder confirmed by the National Institute of Mental Health and defined in the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Metal Disorders).

Narcissism not only causes delusions of grander but also the inability to have empty for others.

They are often competitive, driven individuals who can also be highly successful in business, but personal relationships are very difficult for them to maintain.

A narcissist is the centre of their own universe, you and your needs will never be their main focus.

A narcissist rarely recognises or admits there is anything wrong with them and there is no cure.

Intensive therapy is the only way a narcissist can live cohesively with another person as a spouse.

It is easy to fall in love with a narcissist because they are confident, successful people with a huge gravitational pull.

If you find yourself in a relationship with one, however, you will quickly notice that in private they are a different person.

Moody, prone to outbursts and tantrums, paranoid and even delusional.

If you find yourself stuck in a situation where you have already fallen in love with a person who turns out to be a narcissist, you must quickly determine if your own safety or mental health would be at risk by staying with them, even if they seem like your soulmate.

A few questions to ask yourself to determine if your partner is a narcissist:

Are they overly self-absorbed, to the detriment of all others around them?

Are they consistently putting their own needs before yours?

Do they become irrationally angry at imagined slights?

Do they seem to be unaware that their actions hurt people?

Do you feel safe alone with them when they are having a breakdown or tantrum?

Keep in mind, someone with a real case of narcissism will never admit they have a problem as it is beyond their capability to see or sense it.  A true narcissist without extensive therapy may be incapable of fully loving another person.

Once you come to peace with these truths, you can decide if this one-sided relationship is worth trying to preserve.  As with any mental disorder, the severity can be a range from mild to extreme severity.  A person with mild narcissism might be able, through therapy, to participate in a normal healthy relationship in time.

With higher levels of severity, the person you love might simply be incapable of loving you back.  Seek therapy or talk to an online psychic or online tarot reader at Zenory for some insight on how you can go about dealing with a partner who is a narcissist.

You can ask a psychic through a psychic reading if your loved one’s disorder is having a negative effect on your own mind and ways to cope with this moving forward.

Some key questions you may like to ask a love psychic:

Is my partner playing games?

Is my partners behaviour going to get better? Will they seek help with this to better the relationship?

How can I talk to my partner about this unacceptable behaviour?

How do I deal with a narcissist?

Do I stay or should I walk away?

These are general questions, and most peoples situations are also different, so understand that the above are only general questions.  A good idea would be to take a piece of paper and write down some questions you would like to ask your psychic to clarify, this could be “words” that your partner uses.

This could be a situation, event that has happened in your relationship for you to notice some of the signs that are showing the behaviours of a narcissist.

Either way, you need to take the time for yourself to identify how to cope or how you are going to move forward in confidence with this.

If you found this article helpful, you may also like to read: Signs Your Relationship Wasn’t Mean’t To Last