Most of us have had relationships with narcissistic people. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a loved one — narcissists are everywhere: neighbours, colleagues, friends.
You can become involved in an unpleasant swamp of relationships with a person who only loves himself.
Your fault is here: you have voluntarily agreed to deal with the narcissist. Therefore, do not complain if it is so difficult for you: it is better to leave immediately. If you are not a masochist, of course.
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