A narcissist is someone who is able to trap you into their world of insulting, angry, debasing, belittling and horrible coexistence.
They are someone who doesn’t have boundaries when it comes to tearing you down and messing up with your head and emotions until you become completely fearful, unprotected, and vulnerable.
They are psychologically and emotionally violent, but you can’t see it because all you can see is their charming nature and the lies that they feed you.
A narcissist is a person who is pathological in every way. They live in their world of illusions and false praise. Sadly, their world is completely dependent on other people’s admiration for them. They constantly need people around them to feed their fragile ego in order to survive.
Always a master to be served, they view other human beings as disposable objects, immediately discarded when their novelty wears off.
If you are a victim of a narcissistic abuse, then you might have noticed that they shattered your self-esteem. You were constantly wondering what they were thinking, constantly questioning, overthinking, and seeking approval from them. You became so insecure that you needed them to feel secure and lovable because you reached a point where you stopped loving and caring for yourself and your well-being.
All this is pre-planned by the narcissist to trap you into a web of anxiety and confusion and have you question your own judgment, memory, and even your sanity, in order to easily manipulate you into doing whatever they want.
They are skilled masters for blurring the reality by saying things like, “You are imagining things,” “You are crazy for thinking that,” “I never did/said that,” etc.
The longer you are living in a constant doubt of yourself, the more anxious and depressed you’ll become. The narcissist will break you down and isolate you from every dear person in your life. You will start fearing them because you don’t have anyone around to help you, so you will be desperately clinging onto the narcissist out of despair and hopelessness.
Of course, the narcissist loves it. Your codependency has given them the total control over you and the situation. That’s what they wanted all along.
The outcome? Tragic. Ending a relationship with a narcissist is one of the most difficult and devastating things that you could ever do. Almost every relationship with a narcissist ends with a complete destruction. They leave nothing behind other than suffering, pain, and feelings of complete loss of oneself.
Luckily, you can survive this. You can get out of it stronger and more resilient than ever.
Say NO to the abuse. Say NO to your feelings of unworthiness. Cut out all the communication with the narcissist. Untie yourself from them. That’s the only way that you can get your life back in order.