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QUIZ: Is He a Narcissist? 13 Questions About Your Boyfriend, Husband, or Ex

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At first glance, a narcissist is incredibly charming. And when he turns his sparkling smile on you, it’s like falling happily into a swimming pool filled with sunshine and champagne.

But there’s a darker side, isn’t there?

“Hi Claire, I have thought for some time my ex-fiancee was a narcissist. He would never listen or talk to me on important issues and once he even bought a new car way out of our price range without letting me know. He was terrible with money but the weird thing is, he didn’t think so. But it was his anger issues that finally broke us apart.

Now I’m dating another man and it seems like he has some of the same issues but he’s sure everyone thinks he’s great. Do I have ANOTHER narcissist boyfriend? Are all men like this?” — Ciara

Hi, Ciara. It does sound like your ex might have been a narcissist, but I don’t have enough information about the guy you’re dating now to know. HOWEVER it sounds like YOU have a pretty good radar for this kind of thing, so I would trust that instinct, fierce heart.

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Check the signs below. If he has more than THREE of these characteristics, you may be in trouble…

Top 13 characteristics of a narcissist boyfriend, husband, or ex

  1. He wants all the attention, all the time. He can never get enough.
  2. He’s often rude, and if this is pointed out to him, he treats it as a joke and privately thinks (or even says outright) the other person is simply wrong about him.
  3. If he’s not being charming to get praise and attention, he spreads negativity. He may be emotionally (or physically) controlling or abusive in order to make himself feel powerful and keep others off-balance.
  4. He thinks he’s the awesomest man ever, and should be automatically granted success, power, and love, just for being who he is.
  5. He feels he is above the rules that apply to everyone else, because he is special. He always expects special treatment.
  6. If something goes wrong, he refuses to accept responsibility. Nothing is ever his fault. If you insist that he should shoulder some of the blame or responsibility, he becomes angry or insulting.
  7. No empathy. He’s terrible at listening to or understanding the needs of others.
  8. He only does things nice for other people if there’s an audience watching.
  9. He thinks everyone is jealous of him, or wishes they were him.
  10. He doesn’t see any reason to include his girlfriend or wife in important decisions, because his needs and desires are the only ones that truly matter to him.
  11. He wants his wife or girlfriend act, look, and behave according to his dictates. If you refuse, he becomes angry, and blames you for inciting his anger.
  12. He’s a bully. He is a master of put-downs, insults, and mean-spirited behavior.
  13. He wants the “best” of everything (food, cars, clothes, etc.) and is frequently angry if he doesn’t have it.

Why is it so easy to fall for and end up with a narcissist?

Narcissists are natural charmers!

They want, more than anything, for people to believe in the same fantasy that they have about themselves. And they’ll work incredibly hard — but only on a surface level — to get that.

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Why does it seem so easy to GO BACK TO a narcissist boyfriend?

Narcissists can be love-bombers when there’s something they want.

They will do everything they can to get you to come back and play the “I am wonderful” game some more, or so they can get some resource you have that they want (like money).

Unfortunately, they are also prone to rage when you don’t give them what they want.

So what can I do if I’m being circled by a narcissist?

Your quiet indifference to him is his kryptonite. And your absence. If he can’t get you to be his audience or supply of resources, he doesn’t want you.

Is it possible to turn a HABITUAL WOMANIZER into a MONOGAMY OBSESSED man who’ll worship you morning, noon and night?

Yes it is! Here’s how…

Tiny Messages to Make Him WANT You

All you have to do is spend just 27 seconds and sneak this “SECRET MESSAGE” into your next conversation.

And almost instantly…

He’ll start to FEEL such uncontrollable DESIRE that he’ll want to surrender to you without a second thought.

Very quickly his emotions will shift and intensify this desire into a deep, unbreakable attachment.

It will grow into such a ravenous, obsessive NEED that he’ll forget every other woman…

And will be left thirsting for your LOVE all day long.

–> Go see it now!

xoxo Claire

PS: This is so darn easy that you might have to convince yourself that you’re not dreaming it up!

2 comments on “QUIZ: Is He a Narcissist? 13 Questions About Your Boyfriend, Husband, or Ex

  1. Tai M Kennedy

    Great articles about narcissistic men. However, suggesting that its possible to get narcissistic men back or that women should try to change abusive men is unethical at best and puts women in sever danger at worst. Abusive, narcissistic men need years of therapy to change. And even then, it’s less than 1% that they do.

    • @Tai M Kennedy,
      Amen to what you said. Because the narcissist is hard as heck to get away from. They will use God’s name and His word to manipulate you, but if you are a child of God, (a Christian) and you are studying His word daily and applying it to your life, you will see the vile character that the narcissist really is, as they are not Christians by any means no matter how much they claim to be and they cannot back up anything they say, but in their mind they think they can and have. If he says he loves you, he is a liar. If he says he knows the Lord, he is a liar and reaps heaps of coal upon his head. Narcissists are the biggest liars and God hates liars. He hates evil and wickedness. A narcissist is very vile and wicked. So do not 2nd guess yourself, nor him for that matter. Women, you don’t have to stay with such a man. You shouldn’t. Not even if you’re married to him. He is not going to change. Church won’t change him, though God can but you will wait forever, because narcissism goes far beyond any level of counseling and or, I don’t know how else to say this but it goes beyond a deeper level of being, like several personalities in one person. And truly, the narcissist is several vile personalities you deal with, not just one. And to live a lifelong of that kind of torment is just beyond me. No body, not any one should go through that crap. I have been married four years too long, it has been a living hell. I have been separated from him for three of those four years. It’s time for divorce. People have prayed but it isn’t that God hasn’t answered prayers to change him, but God knows he’s not going to change. And wants a better life for me. So the sooner I am divorced, I can move forward with my life and meet the good guy that God has for me. So women, don’t waste your time with the narcissist please. He will never change. And how dare anyone suggest different rather than you offer support and now to leave. No one can change a man’s heart. Only God can but that man has to truly want it. And I believe that the narcissist is 99.99% self-condemned, and only . 01% of narcissist men will actually be saved. Saved from self, that eternal bondage and eternal damnation. But that part there is my belief. I pray that God be with all you women that are going through any abuse, that God will light the way for you and help you get out of that life. Starting over can be hard and scary. Especially if you have children together. Mine were not with me and mostly grown. I thank God for that.

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