7 Ways a Narcissist Ends Up Losing


Just because a narcissist does not struggle and suffer the way you do, and just because they jump into another relationship right after leaving you, does not automatically or necessarily mean they win. They lose at the end of it all, and they lose in the worst way possible. How? Let’s find out in today’s episode.

They do not find peace at all.

Let me ask you a question: Why are you doing the things that you’re doing in your life? Why do you want to heal? Why do you want to become better? Of course, to find peace and stability. And that is what most people who try and who look within achieve. But a narcissist never ever stabilizes. The fact is, they can’t stand their own presence. They hate their pathetic and rotten self. I have said it so many times: They only end up creating chaos because they’re merchants of it. They end up being distraught and destructive, and that destructiveness comes openly to the surface. Then they lose their power or whatever it is that used to enable their narcissistic false self. They are codependent cowards who pretend to be ultra-independent. The truth is, they need you more than you need them, which becomes evident when they get old, or collapse, lose power, and are not able to charm people into thinking they’re the most amazing person ever. When they become fragile and collapse, that disrupted self, that disorganization and dysfunction within comes to the surface, and they break down very quickly at a small trigger. They either rage or cry, and you wonder where that grandiose person went. Where is that entitlement? They seem to be in a very helpless state. If that is how they end up being, how will they ever experience peace?

A narcissist becomes boring when you realize there is no authentic self to them.

At what point will a narcissist go quiet?

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