Relationship with a Narcissist

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KirbyKitty
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Relationship with a Narcissist

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I feel, as people with Dyspraxia, are known to be intuitive and empathetic,, we can invite the wrong people into our lives. I'm usually, a good judge of character.

I was in a relationship with someone that exhibited narcissistic traits. They wanted to be in a relationship with me rather quickly but were trying to gauge, if I would meet their requirements, before asking me to be their partner. Whenever, they spoke to me online, they gave me the silent treatment, if they didn't like the direction the conversation was going. In a phrase, making mountains out of molehills. I ignored their silent treatment and they come back with sorry after a few hours.

I'm not going to go into all details but I felt like they were unsupportive of my emotions and excused their own actions. They didn't practise what they preached either. They'd focus on talking about a particular past relationship a lot, in a negative way and get stressed. They were on their phone frequently, even in my company and yet commented how rude it was, of people to do that.

I definitely, pointed out truths, they didn't want to hear, as they avoid their problems. Gave them a self help book.

The relationship ended abruptly, I decided I had enough. Since then, conversation has been very limited to none now. It has been a stressful part of my life and to deal with once they were gone, as they were playing silly games.

I wanted to know, if anyone that has dyspraxia has been in a relationship with a narcissist, how they dealt and felt during the time and after it was no more.

I felt like I dealt with my relentless narc well, even when they were relentless about something.

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