Unlock the Truths πŸ”“ of Breaking up πŸ’” with a Narcissist 😘 ...

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Sometimes, you feel like you're on an emotional roller coaster. After being in a relationship with someone who cares more about his needs than your own, you're mentally and physically drained 😒. Throughout your entire relationship, your boyfriend devoted more time πŸ“… to himself than to making you feel like you're wanted. Deep down, you knew he was a narcissist when you met him but you just couldn't escape him; there was something about him that drew you in. Now that you're finally at a place where breaking things off πŸ’” is better for your own health, you still find yourself hesitating. If this sounds like your situation, here's how you can stay firm in your decision to leave your narcissistic boyfriend for good.

1. Stop πŸ™… Making Excuses for His Behavior

When you're all alone and the lights are off, you slip back into rationalizing the way he treated you. In spite of your volatile history, you go back and forth ↔️ between thinking πŸ’­ the following: He didn't really mean some of the hurtful things he said as he walked out or maybe he just has a different way of showing how much he cares.

Whatever You do, do *not* Text Him πŸ“΅!

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Tirzah Moreau
Thank you
Tirzah Moreau
Perfect words
Corris S Brooksby
Although my relationship lasted only 6 months, we were best friends for almost 5 years. it was the most brutal relationship I'd ever been in. I sent him back to England and (thank god and country) his 3 month visa ran out - so he had to leave. πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Yolanda
Really good information wish I could have read this 18 years ago.
Lala
Thanks so much I really needed this
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