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Narcissist Relationship Red Flags: Warning Signs to Get Out

Narcissist Relationship Red Flags: Warning Signs to Get Out

Are you in an abusive relationship with a narcissist?

Think you are going crazy or it's your fault?

Too many people are in abusive relationships today, yet they question if it's just them or if they are at fault. The abusive partner uses this and can manipulate you to create the toxic relationship.

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Are you in a dysfunctional relationship with a narcissist?

Is your toxic relationship driving you crazy and you think it’s your fault?

Too many people are in abusive relationships today. If you are one of those people, you may blame yourself. The abusive partner may be manipulating you to create a toxic relationship. There are many red flags to look for, but these are often ignored because of the power of narcissism.

Men and women can be abusive – physical abuse, mental abuse, verbal abuse – and ruin your life. You may feel trapped and unsure of what to do, which is what the narcissist or borderline personality wants. They want you to think it’s your fault but they don’t want you to leave because then they can’t control you.

Have you noticed any of these signs?

  • You feel like it’s all your fault
  • You feel like you are going crazy
  • You make excuses for your partner
  • Your partner has had more than one temper tantrum yet you were told it was your fault
  • You feel like you are walking on eggshells and constantly wondering what will happen next
  • Other people have questioned why you stay with your partner
  • You have thought you might be in an abusive relationship

˃˃˃ Relationships should be loving – not dysfunctional

If you are more stressed than loving in your relationship, it’s a good sign there is a problem. This book will give you real-world examples of the techniques used by a mental health disordered person. Find out if you are the victim of toxic relationship abuse.

Learn the signs of an abusive relationship.

Read stories from others of an abusive relationship

I ignored the signs and put up with it because it’s what you do when married and it was for the kids. Then, she took my kids and left. Looking back, if I had paid attention, I would not have put up with the abuse for so long and I would have left earlier. I would have had more control and it would have been less damaging to my kids. 

Find out today if you are the crazy one or really need help with your relationship

 

 

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Series: Divorce Self Help Guide Books, Book 3
Genres: Divorce, Non-Fiction
Tags: coping with divorce, divorce, divorce poison, divorcing borderline, divorcing bpd, divorcing narcissist, divorcing personality disorder, red flag
Publisher: Mind Architecture, Inc
Publication Year: 2018
ASIN: B075RQJQJQ
ISBN: 9780998086545
List Price: .99
eBook Price: .99
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About the Author
Stephen A. Anthony

I am an average guy that got blindsided when my wife took the kids and ran. She went to a women's shelter claiming I was abusing her and the kids. I didn't know where my kids were or when I would see them again.

That was just the beginning of an 8 + year struggle against her, against the lawyer, against the court. A high conflict divorce if there ever was one. At every turn it seemed no one cared what I was going through, just that it get done quickly. No one cared what happened to my kids. Things I thought were true, weren't and there were many things I should have done differently.

When dealing with someone that has a personality disorder like Narcissism or Borderline, you need to be prepared for a different divorce than most are used to. I want to help others be better prepared for the challenges when divorcing someone that seems crazy to you but normal to the court. Don't put up with the poison that your ex will create while you are splitting.

The series of books I've created are a direct result of my experience and knowledge I've gained talking with lawyer, counselors, teachers, and mediators. If you need the help and don't know where to turn, let me lend you that hand.

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