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What Happens when an Empath Leaves a Narcissist

What happens when an empath leaves a narcissist?

Empaths are usually hopeless romantics because they have a pure heart. So they often end up with narcissists who do nothing but destroy their souls. They are so friendly that even the most obvious red flags aren't enough to keep them from falling in love with someone who is completely toxic to them. Ultimately, empaths love every fiber of existence and believe that people can change for the better. Their optimism helps restore our trust in humanity, but oddly enough, it's also their biggest flaw as it exposes them to a world of suffering. However, many of them will eventually recognize themselves as victims and leave their abusive spouses.


    When a narcissist decides to leave empathy, he does five things:

    Are you sure it's over?

    1) Makes you feel guilty.


    People with this personality disorder are masters at manipulating our emotions and eliciting sympathy. They will tell you for hours that they will be unable to control their emotions and that they cannot live without your ex. Yes. Narcissists have a knack for evaluating people's personalities and know how to gain sensitive empathy.

    2) Make them feel threatened


    When these people become angry and realize that their power over someone is disappearing, they will do everything possible to maintain it, even if it is making the victims uncomfortable.

    3) You will spread false information.


    After the narcissist decides that things are over, he will make it his duty to make the victim look terrifying. In other situations, they try to portray themselves as victims of the scenario. They will go to great lengths to ruin their ex.

    4) Make hundreds of calls to them every day.


    Empath's calls will be flooded with calls and voicemails urging them to reconsider their decisions and give them one last chance. The narcissist is adamant about not giving up toys and will go to some extent to prevent the balance of power from changing.

    5) They will find new colleagues and notify them on social media.


    When I say "partner" I actually mean "victim." When the narcissist thinks that their relationship is over, they quickly replace their ex with someone else. They need to feel strong and in control, even if they have no real affection for the people they date. After all, their lust for power makes them less interested in singles.

    These people, like most toxic people, have low self-esteem, but they know how to achieve harmony by being kind. To hide their flaws, these narcissists verbally insult or threaten empath, often as a major source of their narcissistic feed.

    Empaths are easy targets for narcissistic people because of their selfless and compassionate nature and ability to handle a lot of stress and not react to trifles.

    The covert narcissist knows how to attract empathy and has been doing so for a long time. But the empath's sensitive intelligence finally sees this behavior as passive aggression.

    This is where empathy becomes the narcissist of the narcissist. Empaths rarely participate in physical conflicts. They are tactical creatures with the ability to take many punishments. They laugh and shrug sideways until they can't stand it.

    Empaths naturally understand the negativity

    Empaths have the power to turn things around in the brain. This answer surprises poisonous people and makes it clear who came to power. Knowledge of this poison is known to make empaths dislike narcissists, unlike their core personality.

    Because of their very poor self-esteem, empaths attempt to destroy the narcissist's entire ego consciousness, which gives them the power of delusions! Narcissists lack empathy in the same way as empathy. They associate with others only for the purpose of draining their energy, ruining their efforts, and lowering them into a depressed state.

    Empaths struggle against this low vibration condition. An empath becomes a narcissist in a psychotic state. As a result of mirroring them, the empath loses empathy for the narcissist, becomes overly cold, and intends to destroy their fragile selves.

    Empaths have a lot of empathy and no ego because there are so many traumas and changes in their lives. The empath's calling card is the death of the ego. And from that point on, they are tasked with nullifying it from everyone they meet.

    Empaths naturally understand the negativity of the ego. They recognize that the human ego is at the root of all conflict, conflict, war, oppression, abuse, and bullying in this world.

    Eternal silence is an empathic response to inappropriate behavior or aggression by poisonous people. The sooner we find out who the real abusers are, the better off people will be.

    Most denials of empaths reflect the terrible things the perpetrators of the poison have done to themselves or their perceptions of themselves. Narcissists and people with narcissistic tendencies often and passionately use projection to act as victims when needed, despite being an aggressor.

    As a result, empathetic people have already won the game of life, even though they don't want to play it. They pave the high road and take it every day.

    The goal of the narcissist

    The goal of the narcissist is to like empathy and be respected. In fact, the narcissist devalued himself in the sense that his entire existence and sense of self depended on the narcissist's affection and attention.

    Empaths make the mistake of believing that narcissists are worthy if they can make them love them, or that they are actually exceptional if they can make them fall in love with someone they can't love. As a result, they strive to treat narcissists with love and care, hoping to give them the love, care, and confirmation they desire.

    Empathy is undoubtedly unwanted or rejected by one or both of their parents or caregivers. So they urgently seek affection from a loveless narcissist. All children need love, and when they do not receive the unconditional love that all children require to develop a healthy mind, they are prone to developing toxic attachments.

    And because the narcissist resembles their loveless parents so much, they sympathize with their longing for the love they lacked in childhood. I believe that only then can you restore your worth and find peace.

    Conclusion:

    Empathy also links love and pain because they are prematurely abused by their primary caregiver and emotionally unavailable. As a result, empaths have become accustomed to cruel and callous treatment, so they can endure narcissist abuse and stay with them when they need to.

    Every connection with the empath earns a huge amount of affection and energy. Nevertheless, they are abused and insulted when they are in a relationship with a narcissist. Narcissists need affection but do not reciprocate. As a result, the empath is exhausted and in pain.

    Unfortunately, narcissists have to be willing to change and admit their faults in order to change. A narcissist, on the other hand, is someone who never admits that he is wrong. They never believe that anything negative will happen because of their actions. It's always someone else's fault. Moreover, empathy exists to 'experience' one's feelings, but for the narcissist there is no reason to change. More importantly, you are more likely to find another consensus to hire than to change.

    The giver is the one who empathizes. They thrive when they can share their love and passion with others. But more often than not, they get tired and lose themselves in the process. They ignore their own needs. They don't always know how to defend themselves against poisons, especially interacting with narcissists. They don't seem to be able to escape. And the more affection they give to the narcissist, the more powerful and abused he becomes.

    All of this creates a vicious circle in which the narcissist insults, demoralizes, and bullies the empath, making the empath feel much less worthy of love and dedication. Also, empathy begins to blame himself for failures in the relationship and begins to feel anger and dissatisfaction with himself.

    The empath, on the other hand, has a choice. They have the option to let go of the narcissist and save themselves. In fact, being in a toxic relationship with a narcissist can harm your mental, physical, and emotional health, so it's important to do so. Instead, they need to focus on themselves and heal their wounds before it's too late.

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    Jennifer Holloway

    Jennifer Holloway

    Jennifer Holloway lives in Denton, TX with her husband Rob. She has two adorable, rambunctious daughters and a husband who is patient, sweet and understanding. She’s also an avid reader who loves to write about the characters that inhabit her imagination. Holloway loves to spend time in the outdoors, with her family and friends, or reading. She has a degree in English with a minor in Philosophy from the University of North Texas.

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