Self-love is a positive condition. But when it’s excessive it becomes a narcissistic behavior that hinders any kind of relationship. Especially couples.
To avoid links with these characteristics, psychologist Sara Sarmiento offers nine warning signs in a note on the Psychology Madrid website.
1. The person believes he is the most important being in the world
Their experiences are usually more important than those of others and therefore they look down on others.
2. It feels special
He believes that others are beneath him or her and usually makes them feel.
3. She believes she deserves special love
Your partner should always look up or admire you and tell you how special you are. This can be exhausting and very exhausting.
4. Has very high fantasies and expectations of success and power
It always means having the right to reach as high as possible. But these cravings may not be adapted to reality. When he encounters barriers, he gets angry or blames others.
5. They are manipulative
This situation can go so far as to make you believe that your partner “should” do what they say.
6. They can’t stand criticism
Adverse opinions, according to your position, expose your vulnerability. In many cases, they also do not accept advice.
7. They have weak empathy
Since they are always focused on their wants and needs.
8. They tend to envy
If your partner gets more, it is likely that you look down on him.
9. Has defensive attitudes
Deep down, his ego is badly damaged. For this they tend to protect themselves and to have a hypersensitive attitude to the movements and comments of others.
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