Toxic Love

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Narcisistic man
Forgiving caring woman
Tragic toxic love

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10 thoughts on “Toxic Love

      1. My relationship was just shy of two years and never resulted in marriage either. What it did result in, is leaving me feeling like my heart had been ripped from my body. I’m not sue why we as women tolerate men like this. I think it’s probably because narcisitic men usually project power, confidence and control and there is an amazing security in being with someone like that. Unfortunately, as I work through this with the help of an amazing therapist, I’m learning that the qualities I found the most attractive, appealing and protective were masks for self-protection. In my man’s case, this was not the first time he’d hurt a woman like this. I was married for 19 years, I’ve been divorced for eight and sadly this recent split has been much difficult for me than my divorce was. I let down a wall and was left there standing completely exposed and alone when all was said and done.

  1. I was in a relationship with a narcissistic woman… we were best friends. What hell that was. I blame her for breaking up the father of my kids and I, because it wasn’t about her. Toxic is a great word.

    1. I think it works for men and women, straight or gay, and young or old. People who believe the world should revolve around them, don’t have a lot to offer those that know that giving is the most important part of a relationship. Sadly, they suck us dry until we have nothing left to give and then they move on to the next…

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