Love is blind, but it shouldn’t shaded you with your partner’s distinct character, especially when it comes to self-love.
It’s a good thing, definitely, but if it’s too much there will be a high chance that your partner is a narcissist. Here are five signs that you are dating a narcissist.
According to PsychCentral, people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) have an impressive sense of self-importance and entitlement with a startling lack of empathy. They require excessive amounts of attention and admiration to such a degree that it is considered pathological. Though it is not something that is not passed on through gene, many narcissist had at least one parent who was a narcissist as well. And it is estimated that approximately 1% of the population has NPD with 75% of them are male. Thus, what are the traits that signing your partner as a narcissist?
Everything is started from a fairy tale. They come out as attractive and charming at first, but after you got to know them better, it will show that they build those traits in order to take advantage of others.
They lack of empathy
They are lacking in the ability to be in others’ shoes, and basically in many things, including in conversation. They would direct the topic onto themselves and won’t let others talk or even disagree with them, which makes them hardly ever apologize.
They fish the compliments
They want the spotlight only be on them, all the time, so if you don’t give them the compliments they need, they will make you to do so. It’s not rare to see them stir the topics to lead your compliments be directed to them.
They try to get what they want
Manipulative is what they are. They’re not ashamed to use their romantic partner to meet their self-serving needs.
Nobody is better than them
They hate when there are somebody who are more superior to them, and to make it happens, they will not doubt themselves to put others down in order to raise themselves higher, even their romantic partners.
Editor: Olivia Elena Hakim
Writer: Windyannisa Cindrati