Have you ever dated or been in a relationship with someone who seemed to put you down, humiliate and sabotage you? If your answer is yes, you may have met a real narcissist.
Most people think that a narcissist is a person who is in love with themselves, but that is not right. In fact, this is a serious disorder characterized by exaggerated feelings of self-importance, an unreasonable need for admiration, and the lack of understanding other people's feelings.
How can you spot a narcissist? When it comes to determining whether someone you know is a narcissist, most people make it more complicated than it needs to be. In this article, we would like to show you the ten biggest red flags narcissists are giving in relationships. Are you interested? Scroll down to read it right now.
#1. They can't stop talking about themselves
A narcissist likes talking. His favorite conversation topic is his own life. A true narcissist will never give you a chance to share your thoughts and feelings.
#2. They interrupt conversations
Some people are impolite, so they often interrupt other people. But a narcissist is different: he interrupts conversations to make people listen to him again. He doesn't want to listen anyone except himself.
#3. They often break rules
A narcissist often violates rules. He may steal something from the grocery store, disobey traffic laws or smoke in public places. Why? He considers himself superior to others.
#4. They don’t respect boundaries
A narcissist doesn't respect people's feelings, belongings, and physical space. He can do whatever he wants without thinking about others.
#5. They want to appear special
A narcissist is trying to look better than other people. He may exaggerate his accomplishments to show that he is special.
#6. They can be charming
If a narcissist needs you to do something for him, he can be very nice and convincing. However, once he loses interest in you, he forgets about you.
#7. They think that the planet revolves around them
A narcissist thinks that people should satisfy all his wishes.
#8. They have an inflated sense of their importance
A narcissist thinks that he is the most important person and people cannot do anything without his help.
#9. They are trying to draw attention
A narcissist intentionally tries to gain attention by arousing negative emotions inside of others.
#10. They are manipulative
A narcissist uses other people to get benefits. He can make people feel guilty enough to make unreasonable sacrifices.
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