The psychologist Paul Tournier said, “I’ve been married six times – all to the same woman.” Tournier explained that he never got divorced, but rather his marriage transitioned from one stage to another.
All healthy marriages experience change and transition. Some of the stages of growth are predictable, others are not. Then, for simplicity, we’ve divided marriage into the chronological time frames of: Not all marriages fit neatly into these categories.
Says Rachel, “My ex-boyfriend was a narcissist, and I stayed with him much longer than I should have.
The reason was that he gave me intermittent reinforcement.
The infatuation will ebb and flow at different points. “Wow, she is neurotic.” “OMG, he tells the worst jokes.” “I didn’t think about him at all yesterday. This stage happens when all the to-do lists of life come toppling into the relationship and before you know it, conversations are focused on things like who’s doing the laundry, your boss, or the crazy mother-in-law.
We had fallen in love and knew that this was the person we wanted to spend the rest of our life with.
Little differences between us were cute and endearing.
In this article, you will learn how to regain your confidence and put your life back on track after dating a narcissist or someone with these tendencies.
These are some of the traits of a narcissist or someone with narcissistic tendencies.