How Narcissists End Their Relationships… 3 Dirty Ways They Do It


Relationships, like everything else, are a game to the Narcissist. From winning the love and commitment of someone to then emotionally and even physically abusing them, only later to discard them, has been the reality for many. The three stages of a Narcissistic Relationship are something everyone should be familiar with so that you can decide if you are caught up in such a relationship.

But today is all about the Discard Phase and three different dirty ways a Narcissist would discard someone. Although in the mind of the Narcissist, the discard may not be permanent, those on the receiving end are usually left broken and confused.

The fact of the matter is that Narcissists want people to commit to them, but they will never commit to anyone. Therefore, they are always on the prowl, looking for new sources of supply. They are always looking to replace what they currently have. By the time they have decided to discard you, they have already secured a fresh source of supply.

The Narcissist does provide clues as to what they are up to and what they are about. Many have a tendency to flirt even in front of their partners. They also like to point out to their partners when others find them attractive. They do these things to try and make their partners insecure and give the impression that they are desired by all. Narcissists will take on as many romantic relationships as they think they can handle. But when it is time to discard someone, do not expect them to do it nicely.

I have three dirty ways Narcissists end relationships so that they can move on with a new supply.

Round One

One of the first ways Narcissists like to end relationships is by starting fights. When a Narcissist is ready to discard someone, everything becomes an argument, and that last fight will be the worst of all. Everything will be exaggerated in order for them to feel justified in ending the relationship. Even though it is their personal desire to move on, they have to make you feel like it is your fault. Therefore, everything you do will be criticized. Nothing you do will please them anymore. The very sight of you will anger and annoy them. They will blame you for bringing out the worst in them. The Narcissist wants out, but they want you to blame yourself for it. They will never admit that they are outright selfish, inconsiderate, and unfaithful. No, you are the reason for their infidelity. You are the reason for their unhappiness. You are the reason why the relationship cannot work anymore.

Where did they go?

The Narcissist’s Initial Reaction To Your Silence or Absence

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