Letter from an Empath to a Narcissist

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Dear Narcissist,

I wanted to take a moment to write to you about our relationship. I am an empath, and you are a narcissist. Our dynamic is not an easy one, and I have been struggling to find a way to express my feelings to you. So, I decided to write you this letter.

The Beginning

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When we first met, I was drawn to your charisma and confidence. You seemed like the perfect match for me, and I felt like I had finally found my soulmate. You were charming, funny, and made me feel like the most important person in the world.

As an empath, I tend to feel things very deeply. I am very in tune with my emotions and the emotions of others. I could sense that there was something different about you, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it.

The Middle

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As our relationship progressed, I started to notice some patterns in your behavior. You would often put me down in subtle ways, or make me feel like I was overreacting when I expressed my feelings. You seemed to be more interested in your own needs and desires than in mine.

As an empath, I am always trying to please others and make them happy. I would bend over backwards to accommodate your needs, even if it meant sacrificing my own. I thought that this was what love was supposed to be like.

The End

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As time went on, our relationship became more and more toxic. You would manipulate me and twist things around to make it seem like I was the one at fault. You would gaslight me and make me doubt my own perceptions of reality.

I tried to leave several times, but you always managed to pull me back in with your charm and empty promises. You made me feel like I couldn’t live without you.

The Aftermath

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Now that our relationship is over, I am left to pick up the pieces of my shattered heart. I am struggling to regain my sense of self-worth and identity after being with someone who constantly tore me down.

As an empath, I am left with a deep sense of sadness and compassion for you. I know that your behavior is a result of your own deep-seated insecurities and fears. I wish that I could help you, but I know that it is not my responsibility to do so.

The Lesson

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The lesson that I have learned from our relationship is that I need to love and value myself first. I cannot rely on someone else to make me happy or fulfill my needs. I need to set healthy boundaries and stick to them, even if it means walking away from someone I love.

As a society, we tend to romanticize the idea of the empath and the narcissist being together. We think that the empath can heal the narcissist and bring them back to the light. But the reality is much darker and more complex than that.

Empaths need to be aware of the red flags of narcissistic behavior and protect themselves from being drawn into toxic relationships. Narcissists need to take responsibility for their own behavior and seek help if they want to change.

In conclusion, I hope that this letter has given you some insight into how your behavior affects those around you. I wish you the best in your journey towards healing and self-awareness.

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