Initially, your BPD partner will place you on a pedestal until you come to believe you are as special as you are being told you are.Then, suddenly and inexplicably, your partner will become aloof, emotionally and perhaps physically abusive, and then leave you feeling discarded.You: “Oh yes, you sounded perfect on the phone with your boss!
They're tougher to deal with on some levels and I'd love to see what kind of content you have for how to deal with that type of woman." You know... So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.“After I travel the world and write my book I’ll sell it to Hollywood, Johnny Depp will play me, then I’ll start my business and consult, giving speeches around the world for six figures…” etc etc etc. – Believes he/she is unique and special and can be understood by and associate with only other unique or high-status people. He is so unique and rare that no one can compete with him and you probably can’t even comprehend half of the amazing thoughts he has in his head.– Requires excessive admiration, adulation, attention and affirmation.But he's likely to say your idea later as if it was his own.― Anonymous narcissist The Mayo Clinic research group defines narcissistic personality disorder as “a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration. (Its just me and him no kids) I came home around 6 that evening and delt with his anger all night. I imagine the stress from everything played a part in that.