So many articles have been written on how to have a happy marriage but not on how to deal with a narcissistic spouse
Today, I am going to give you clear and easy steps on how you could do just that.
If you are reading this article now, that means you probably married a narcissist, your friend or someone you know married one, or you are planning to marry and don’t want to marry someone like that. This write-up will solve your problem.
However, if you are not sure of who a narcissist is, and then let me tell you a little about it.
Who is a Narcissist? –
A narcissist is someone who is always very full of himself (self-importance) they love to dominate in things like prestige, vanity, and power. One thing about them is the inability to understand the damages they are inflicting to others around them or even themselves.
I am sure you now have a little knowledge of who a narcissist is. Does that describe the character of your man? Then you have nothing to fear. The step by step tips will guide you into having a successful and happy marriage with your narcissist spouse.
How to deal with a narcissistic spouse fast.
1) Write down your reasons:-
The first thing to do to deal with a narcissist spouse fast is to write your action plans down.
It is not an easy job to live with a narcissist, but if you have made of your mind not to leave that narcissist you love, then you must take a note pad and a pen and write down 3 reasons why you love and not want to lose him or her.
These are the lists you will continually look at when the going becomes tough and then get refreshed in the things you have planned to have in the near future time.
Your list may look something like this
- I have made up my mind to stay with my spouse through good and bad times.
- I know that my spouse is a wonderful person and will be superb shortly.
- As I remember the love that brought us together in the beginning, I promise to stand firm in my marriage.
- I will not try to change my spouse, God will someday make him/her change.
- Marriage is for better or worse, so I will be with my spouse through thick and thin.
Declare these words daily, things will fall into place as time goes on
2) Tell God About it:
You must know that only God has the power to change the situation. Prayer is the only weapon we have to talk to God so why not tell God about your spouse’s challenge and believe things will change. It will change.