Writings from Christine

10 Lies Narcissists Say about Love

by on July 25, 2017

It was love at first sight when Alice first met her partner. They seemed so perfect for each other, falling instantly and intensely in love. Now only three years later, she was dazed, confused, frustrated, anxious, and severely depressed by the relationship. What was so ideal before was now a nightmare. How did this happen? Alice failed to recognize the narcissistic warning signs of her partner in the beginning of the relationship precisely because everything was so perfect. Yet when something is too good to be true, it very likely is actually too good to be true. Her partner put on a narcissistic façade of flawlessness in order to entangle Alice into the relationship. Once the relationship was secured, the mask was lifted and the harsh reality appeared. Even worse, Alice’s partner spun her own version of what it means to show love. Her twisted perception of love was abusive instead of patient, kind, gentle, and forgiving. So for each lie Alice was told, she counteracted it what love

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