Dating a emotionally abusive, manipulating, narcissistic man on and off for 3 years. I started school, busy at work and had a grandfather who died. He didn't support me, made claims that while I was grieving he made plans with "someone" and wouldn't go into detail who it was. He would constantly kick me out or say he changed the codes. He wouldn't see me when he dropped off my clothes the last time we broke up he kept on driving since I was home. He said he would wonder what I was doing but never call. He would also cry when he dad who he refused to talk to called. Or when he and his daughter had a fight. I ended it this time haven't talked to him in over a month. Do these type of men come back?
Do you know what someone will do after a relationship?
What Guys Said 3
Yes he will attempt to come back. Because that is what narcissist do. They can not take no for an answer. If you love yourself for the sake of being mentally healthy. Stop this non sense. He has daddy issues. Sounds like you found yourself a guy that has a brain that is like "A bag full of cats". It is ok to cry but I can see thought the lines. Do not self doubt why you left which I believe that is what you are doing in this case. Or you are creeper out by his behavior that he may come back. If I were you. I would steer clear, keep the communication silent and move on. Find what you really want which is not abuse. What you are experiencing is the his manipulation of "after self-doubt". It is one of the aftermaths of a narcissist person to leave someone confused after years of gas-lighting them. Put more distance and move on.0
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no ı dont know0
Come back how? Like to get bck together?0
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