It’s not that there are no red flags that signal narcissism during dating, it’s that many of the tell-tale traits of narcissism become more pronounced after getting hitched. “With marriage—and parenthood—there’s more interdependence, more demands,” says Ramani Durvasula, Ph.D., author of Should I Stay or Should I Go: How to Survive a Relationship with a Narcissist. “And that often doesn’t play well with an egocentric narcissist.”
Narcissists know how to twist and turn reality to suit their own needs. They love to bomb their spouses after every abuse encounter and convince them they are abusers. It can be challenging for husbands to pinpoint what they are precisely experiencing even during the abuse.
Wives with narcissistic personalities are skilled manipulators. They can convince even the most discriminating and experienced Professionals in mental health that they are not really what they seem to be at first glance. Narcissists are natural-born entertainers who thrive on the stage and have an innate ability to put on a show. They are very good at manipulating others and are good at putting on a show… a lack of empathy for others characterizes narcissists.
Today, we are going to talk about 10 Common behaviors of husbands whose abused by narcissistic wives.
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