9 Signs You’re in a Narcissistic Abusive Relationship

Do you recognize any of them?

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The best thing you can do when you find out that you are in an abusive relationship with a narcissist is to leave. Ideally, you should leave the relationship early to minimize the negative effects of the abuse on your mental health.

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I am a Student of Psychology. I write to help people understand themselves, realize their potential, and live happier, stress-free lives.

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