How To Move On And Rebuild After Leaving A Narcissistic Pervert

If being in a relationship with a narcissistic pervert is difficult, then it’s even more so when you have decided to leave them. Indeed, these manipulative individuals are left with nothing when their victims leave them, which explains why they’ll go to any lengths to keep them under their control. If you have recently managed to break up with a narcissistic pervert, you can’t be sure that he’ll get the message and leave you alone once and for all. So, how can you get over this breakup, and you’re your heart? And how can you stop thinking about your toxic ex?

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Breaking up with a narcissistic pervert does not necessarily signal the end of a toxic relationship. Indeed, these manipulators are hard to leave and even more complicated to forget, that being said, we are here to help you through this challenging process.

Tips on how to move on from a narcissistic pervert? 4 steps to rebuilding your life

Breakups are tough, especially when you have been in a negative and harmful relationship for a long period of time. Although this is evidently the best solution for you, finding your freedom can be challenging and feelings of guilt and shame could arise. Not to mention doubts about whether you’ve made the right decision.

1. Becoming aware that you have been a victim

Accepting your status as a victim often coincides with the end of your guilt and the moment when you can finally forgive yourself.

2. Learn to listen and respect yourself once again

Listen to your desires, and fulfill them! You are finally in control and the times of being dictated to by your partner are well and truly over.

3. Admit that you are in pain

Your scars are probably still painful, but don't hide them. Be honest with yourself, accept your wounds, your flaws, and talk to a psychologist, who can help you get better. Talking to a professional could help you understand what pushed you into this type of relationship.

4. Start to consider the idea of dating again

This is one of the most difficult steps, because gestures and words of seduction can send you back into your negative spiral. You will surely have forged an armor throughout your toxic relationship, but little by little, you will have to turn the page. The solution here is to not be afraid to love anymore, and to open yourself to the beautiful things that love has to offer.

Editor’s opinion: Cut your abuser off permanently!

We have already mentioned here several times the case of narcissistic perverts: How to recognize a narcissistic personality, how to stand up to a narcissistic pervert, ... but leaving one is not easy. Indeed, throughout a relationship, he will have destroyed all your hopes, and your confidence too. It is difficult in this case to see clearly, and to imagine a life beyond this love which seems to be the only one possible. To detach yourself from a narcissistic pervert, you need to be firm and clear that you are moving on. Although, despite the breakup, he may still have a hold on you, and use it to his advantage.

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