10 Phrases Narcissists Use to Completely Control You


 Number 1: “You need me more than I need you.”

 This is one of the narcissists’ most common phrases to control their victims. When a narcissist says this to you, it’s because they’re trying to make you feel like you can’t survive without them. They’ll try to convince you that your life will be over if you leave. It can take the form of gaslighting, which means that you’re being made to feel that your reality isn’t real and that the world would be darker without your abusive narcissist.

 Narcissists use this phrase to make others feel they have no choice but to do whatever the narcissist wants. The narcissist will then use this as an excuse to treat their victim poorly and not think twice about it. If you find yourself in this situation, remember that the narcissist uses these words to control you. When they say this, resist the urge to apologize or sympathize with them. Instead, stand firm against unjust treatment.

 Number 2: “I just want what’s best for us.”

 If you’ve ever been in a relationship with a narcissist, you know that this phrase has been used frequently by The Narcissist. They use it as a way to control their partner’s Behavior, they’ll say: “I just want what’s best for us” and “I just want to do what I want.” They’ll use this phrase to make you feel guilty if you don’t agree with them or don’t want the same things they do, even if those things are dangerous or harmful to your health. Narcissists will use this phrase to try and guilt-trip you into giving up on your dreams to help them achieve theirs.

 This is a phrase that narcissists use, especially if they’re trying to get you to do something you’re not sure about. This phrase is often used in the context of an argument or disagreement, and it can be used to put you on the defensive. It’s important to remember that this person doesn’t care about what’s best for you, they only care about what they want. The best way to respond to this phrase is by asking them what they mean by us, and then telling them why you disagree with whatever they suggest.

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