Going no contact with a narcissist means stopping and blocking all communication with the narcissist in your life who has caused you harm. The no contact rule protects you from further narcissistic abuse by removing opportunities for the narcissist to continue taking advantage of or manipulating you. If they cannot reach you physically, via text, or through social media, you can see their past actions more clearly and begin healing.
When you decide to go no contact with a narcissist, it means you want to keep your distance and not have any more communication with them. It could be because the relationship with the narcissist has been hurtful or toxic, and you need a break for your own well-being. But here’s the thing: narcissists often don’t take it well. They can do some pretty tricky and manipulative things when you try to keep away from them. Entering the enigmatic realm of post-no-contact with narcissists unveils a gripping Odyssey.
In this article, we’ll unravel the 10 intriguing behaviors narcissists exhibit when you prioritize self-care and establish boundaries. Whether it’s an ex, family member, co-worker, or friend, prepare to uncover the revealing insights into their intricate mindset.
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