Can narcissists LOVE?

Can narcissists LOVE?

Are Narcissists Capable of Love?

Can a narcissist love you? Can a narcissist be happy? What if the narcissist just can’t love you but could love someone else? Are these things you worry about?

Can A Narcissist Love You?

The answer is more complex than the common answer of, “No.”

If you’re going through the invalidation of divorce with a narcissist, chances are that you’re struggling to let go of your codependent relationship and you could use a little peace of mind. In this video, I’ll explain what love means to a narcissist and how you can test a narcissist to check my theory, plus why it isn’t your fault if the narcissist doesn’t love you the way you deserve to be loved.

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Do you have to tell a narcissist you’re going no contact?


No Contact Rule: Do you have to tell a narcissist you’re going no contact? If you are going no contact with a narcissist and you’re ready to stop being codependent and start healing, this one’s for you.

More videos on going no contact with a narcissist, the no contact rule and dealing with healing yourself in the process.

Today I’m answering a question from a viewer who has a question about going no contact with her narcissistic father and stepmother who is ill.

23 Red-Flag Warning Signs of a Narcissistic Relationship with Kim Saeed

23 Red-Flag Warning Signs of a Narcissistic Relationship with Kim Saeed

Warning Signs of Narcissism in Toxic Relationships with Kim Saeed – Identifying Codependency and Narcissism in Relationships

What are the red flags of narcissism? Today Kim Saeed and I will cover them for you in detail. As you might expect, codependency is also a common phenomenon among people who are in relationships with narcissists. This is because the narcissist has such unreachable standards in any relationship that the “supply” is treated as an extension of the narcissist’s self when it’s convenient – and as nothing, when it’s not. Does that make any sense?

The narcissist and the codependent have no sense of self – so they need to have a connection to someone else (the narcissistic supply) in order to sort of siphon off their energy and personality.

Are You in a Codependent Relationship with a Narcissist?

When two people have a very close relationship, it’s natural and mentally healthy to depend on each other for certain things. However, if one of you loses sight of who you are, in order to please only the other person, the relationship can become very unhealthy. One of the most troubling relationship elements is codependency. Not sure? Watch this video and go through the warning signs of narcissism in toxic relationships we will share with you – and be very honest with yourself. This will help you understand if you’ve fallen into a pattern of codependency in your relationship.

I’ve made a terrible mistake

I’ve made a terrible mistake


I’ve made a terrible mistake – and here’s how it can help your narcissistic relationship recovery. If you are someone who is recovering from a toxic relationship, then you know how easy it can be to fall off the wagon. I did that over the weekend, and today I’m sharing my confession of what I did wrong and what I’m doing to change it in the future.

Plus ,I’ll share a message of hope for you – and for me. Recovering from a narcissistic relationship is hard work – and overcoming toxic families is even harder. Today, we’re going to get through this together.

Our self-talk creates reality. And we know all about self-talk psychology, don’t we? But it’s easy to understand in theory. In real life, it’s a lot harder to implement – and to stick with. Even when we think we’ve got it all handled. Trust me – I know what I’m talking about here.

Invalidation is part of codependency and CPTSD. We have to validate OURSELVES.

Why Being Raised By a Narcissist Might Cause You to Marry One

Why Being Raised By a Narcissist Might Cause You to Marry One

Narcissistic Parents and the Damaging Effects on Your Adult Relationships: Toxic Family Legacy

Can being raised by a narcissist cause you to marry a narcissist?

If you’re married to a narcissist or in a long-term relationship with one, you may have also been raised by a toxic parent. This seems to be the case more often than not. Of course, there are other reasons you can end up with a narcissist, such as other types of childhood trauma and low-self esteem. But most of the time, people who were raised by healthy parents and who have reasonable self-esteem will not tolerate the abuse that comes with being involved with a narcissist.

So, let me ask you a few questions.

  • If you were raised by a toxic parent who may have been a narcissist, did you also end up marrying one?
  • And did you ever wonder exactly why you chose to get into a toxic relationship – and why you couldn’t see it in the first place?
  • Do you ever as, yourself why you married the wrong person?

In this video, I’ll explain why narcissistic parents and the damaging effects of being raised by them can lead you to find yourself married to a narcissist, or at least continuing in toxic relationships long after you leave your family of origin.

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