When a narcissist calls you again after a long period of no contact, the things you should realize


When a narcissist calls you again after a long period of no contact, the cruel things you should realize, everyone, welcome to another episode. I hope you’re all doing wonderfully. Today we’re going to explore an intriguing question that many of us have pondered: Why do narcissists persistently reach out to their victims even after they’ve been unmasked? Have you ever found yourself thinking that you were finally free from the grasp of the narcissist in your life, only to have them reappear unexpectedly? It’s baffling, isn’t it? Why would they make an effort to reconnect when they’re fully aware that you’ve seen through their façade? Well, that’s precisely what we’re delving into today: What motivates them to execute what’s known as the Hoover maneuver?

They know you’ve exposed their toxic behavior and have identified them as a narcissist. So, what’s the underlying drive behind their desire to re-establish contact with you? As we unravel the enigmatic motives, if you’re intrigued by the mysteries of narcissistic behavior and want to explore this topic further, I encourage you to engage with this video. And, of course, don’t forget to support our channel by smashing that like button, subscribing, sharing this content with your friends, and leaving your valuable thoughts in the comments below. Now let’s dig into the heart of this matter.

It may come as a surprise to learn that the reason narcissists frequently reach out to others or engage in hoovering is that they believe they can still benefit in some way from the interaction with you. Their actions are driven by their own self-interest, and they will make an attempt to Hoover if they even have the slightest suspicion that there is a possibility for them to gain access to an easy supply source or an easy way to get back into your life. It’s possible that they’ll come back because they’re interested in learning more about your current situation. They are curious about how you are coping without them in your life. When people see that you are successful and thriving, it peaks their interest in what you have to offer. Why? Because they have the misguided belief that they can exert more control over you by taking advantage of your admirable qualities, such as your generosity, vitality, and energy.

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