3 Tricks to Expect from Narcissists on Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is coming up. I know, and when you’re dealing with narcissists, it is not fun. That is why I’m on this mission. That is why I’m on this crusade because not only have I seen it in my law practice when I was dealing with them; I’ve seen it firsthand, but I have also seen it in my personal life, not as a husband, thank goodness, but I’ve had to deal with it as a business partner. My husband and I have had to deal with it as a family member, and it’s not fun. We’ve had to deal with covert narcissists, which personally, I kind of think are the worst ones because you cannot spot those guys; they’re awful. But I digress.

We’re talking about tricks to expect from narcissists on Valentine’s Day. Supposed to be the day of love, they kind of resent this day, sort of like the most in a lot of ways because they don’t want anybody to love anybody else other than them. They want all of the attention to come in this direction and want to go in that direction; you know how it is.

So anyway. What can you expect from them on Valentine’s Day? Well, it’s not fun, really. Hey, if you’re lucky enough to be in the early stages of this whole thing, that’s kind of great for you because, you know, hey, you can expect, but even then, you kind of have a different idea about what constitutes romantic gestures because they do these huge things, but even their huge gifts are really only meant to stroke their own egos. They may go out of their way to have these massive, expensive gifts or do these elaborate dates or whatever, but it’s really just meant for show, and a lot of times it’s like at their favorite restaurants or do their favorite thing or whatever. I don’t know; it’s usually not even about you or what you might like, and you might notice that, and that might be a little red flag either, you know, so just kind of notice that, so that’s number one. It’s like a little bit of a trick, and you definitely notice that as a red flag. By the way, it’s not a good thing.

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