What It Is Like To Be In Relationship With A Narcissist – Lindsey Ellison

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What It Is Like To Be In Relationship With A Narcissist – Lindsey Ellison

Naked with Adele CHAT SHOW presents:

To be in relationship with a narcissist

LINDSEY ELLISON VOL 1 OF 3

Adele Green interviews Lindsey Ellison, Huffington Post journalist who is outspoken about narcissists. Lindsey freelances for www.yourtango.com, writes for her own blog and host a chat show “Start Over Find Happiness Again” to empower women. Lindsey motives survivors of narcissists based on her own journey.

Lindsey specifically addresses being in a relationship with a narcissist. In this interview we explore:

  • What happens to relationships with co-dependency
  • The dance between narcissist and co-dependency
  • How narcissism imprints develops in childhood
  • How being  loved by a narcissist creates limitations of what we believe about ourselves
  • Why we attract narcissist into our love relationships
  • Find out if men become narcissist more than women
  • How to deal with a narcissist
  • How to discover a new empowering perspective if you are with a narcissist
  • Why the role of females are easily exploited to be vulnerable to narcissists?
  • Meeting your needs when you are married to a narcissist
  • How to reprogram your brain to break free from a narcissist
  • How to begin rebuilding yourself when you break free from this kind of relationship

Interviewed by:

Adele Green, Transformation Specialist Coach for women in relationship and Author of www.CanYouSeeMeNaked.com interviews feminine role models to share stories, tools and tips to support and inspire women with daily challenges on their internal journey.

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Comments (2)

  • Karenne Griffin Reply

    Earlier this year I came out of a long term relationship with a narcissist. Despite his vanity he truly believes he is unattractive. He has film star looks, remember Steve McQueen as a young man? But he would stand in front of the mirror in a tremendous funk, cursing what heredity did to him. He looks like his mother, and even though bearded has been mistaken many times for a woman. Around here most of the men are big and beefy and butch, and a small blond man is somewhat unusual. You can imagine the mood that descends after an incident when he has been mistaken for a man.
    I take care of my appearance, but it would take me far less time to get ready than him. He would often wash his hair a second time if it went wrong. He was getting through a can of extra strength hair spray in a fortnight! And woe betide if his face was looking pale, or fat, or he had dark circles under his eyes. Me, I just put on a bit of makeup. He would put on a sulk.
    He would stress about his weight, having strict OCD rules on certain days that would disallow an evening meal. And an invitation to go our for food and drink on a Friday night would send him into a flat spin!!! Indulgence days are Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.
    Since we are no longer together my life is far less complicated. I no longer have to buy his hair spray and other grooming products. I conduct my social life on a whim, no longer declining invitations as a woman attached to a narcissistic man. Life is good!

    September 17, 2016 at 11:27 pm
    • Adele Green Reply

      Dear Karenne,
      It sounds like your ex was very focussed on himself and his appearance to the world. I appreciate that you feel free to share your experience.
      A narcissist uses his love for you on condition to you doing stuff for him, to name but one characteristic.I cannot be sure that your ex-partners was a narcissist without knowing how he treated you. But they are certainly focussing the events of their lives around them. However, that alone does not qualify him to be named a narcissist. Did you listen to the audio? We explain it very well in the interview.
      I am glad life is good without him.
      Remember that our partners reflect something about ourselves to us as well. xox

      October 24, 2016 at 3:43 pm

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