ABUSE | NARCISSISM | TOXIC RELATIONSHIPS
How To Be a Narcissist Like Amber Heard and Jada Pinkett Smith in a Relationship
Johnny Depp and Will Smith are losing their minds.
As we have all seen in the news, the narcissistic behavior by two female actresses — Amber Heard and Jada Pinkett Smith — have been using their negative super powers to make two of the most likeable and humble Hollywood actors — Johnny Depp and Will Smith — gradually lose their minds.
Love shouldn’t hurt. When it does, it’s not love. It’s abuse. Long term abuse in narcissistic relationships makes you lose your mind.
When you’re in a relationship with a narcissist, all you’ll know is abuse — physical, emotional, mental, financial. A relationship with a narcissist is so bad that abuse becomes your comfort zone, the only thing you’re familiar with. It doesn’t matter if it’s a parent-child relationship or a love relationship.
At first it’s the narcissist who abuses you and then you’re programmed to dysfunction. The worst part is that you don’t know how you are abusing yourself.
And that’s what’s fucked up about being in a relationship with a narcissist.
How do you even know you’re fucked up
- You’re in a constant state of fear that you can’t switch off. You’re walking on egg shells around the narcissist.
- You can’t be yourself.
- You don’t know yourself. You’re identity is enmeshed with that of your abuser.
- Your existence, wants and needs don’t matter.
- You doubt yourself because the narcissist invalidates and gaslights you.
- All you want is to be loved and accepted by the narcissist.
- You’re constantly seeking approval from others.
- You have very poor boundaries.
- You may want to leave the relationship, but you just don’t know how to.
- You have fear of abandonment.
Society thinks that physical abuse is worse than emotional abuse. You can’t file a…