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Ending a Bad Relationship
By Tigress Luv, The Breakup Guru

ending a bad relationship Relationships can go bad for a number of reasons, but almost always relationships turn bad when one, or both, partners have some kind of character flaw or personality issue or disorder. Unfortunately, ending a bad relationship when this factor comes into play can be especially difficult.

Take for instance the narcissistic ex.

Now ending a bad relationship when the ex is narcissistic can be just about the hardest thing to do. This isn't any normal relationship, and the end of it will not be either. Most likely a dumped narcissist will go out of their way to save face - and that usually means by assassinating your character to everyone and anyone. Should you ever leave him (or her), the narcissistic side of him will surface and to save his 'public' face he will assassinate your character to everyone, to gain pity and to keep his feelings of acceptance from others, plus to make it look like you are just 'crazy' and that he never did anything wrong other than put up with your 'crap' for years. These type of men often refer to their exes as 'psycho bitch', cheating whores, or claim they were greedy princesses who drained him dry. Additionally, their extreme need to be right and perfect will also make them devalue you in their own minds, too, completely destroying your self-esteem. Do not worry. The nasty things the narcissist thinks of you is often just his perception of his self that he has projected onto you. I bet if you think about it, every bad thing he claims you do, or bad quality he claims you possess, can more likely describe him!

Unfortunately, because narcissists can be so charming (they have a fake public front that they have perfected) that many people will believe their lies about you, because he just seems so 'perfect' to them. They don't know the real person the way you do. Should you ever leave him, the narcissistic side of him will surface and to save his 'public' face he will assassinate your character to everyone; to gain pity and keep their acceptance, and to make it look like you are just 'crazy' and that he never did anything wrong other than put up with your 'crap' for years. These type of men often refer to their exes as 'psycho bitch', cheating whore, or claim they were greedy princesses who drained him dry. (Oh wait, I said that didn't I?)

Also, ending a bad relationship when one party is bipolar, can throw that party into a deep - and dangerous - depression. It is difficult to end a bad relationship, but a lot of relationships go bad when one party has bipolar disorder. It is hard to live with this constant state of ups and downs and only the saintliest of saints would be able to stay in this relationship and not feel touched by their partner's condition. But care must be taken to balance the end with a positive outlook.

Ending a bad relationship with an abuser can also be difficult. You fear retaliation, stalking, threats to your family, home, or even to a new partner. However, very rarely do abusers carry out their threats to the person who has left them. There are many websites and support services out there that can help you safely leave an abuser.

Ending a bad relationship can be difficult, but it can be achieved. If you can keep your heart upon to what is to come and closed to the good memories, choosing instead to focus on remembering the bad moments - and how you felt during those moments, you should be able to get through it. Yes, it will hurt. Leaving any relationship will always hurt. But it is a relatively short hurt compared to the long hurt you would endure should you opt to stay in a bad relationship.

For more help please visit 'How to get Over a Break Up' or 'How to Break Free From Their Spell'.

- The Breakup Eraser: Erase Your Breakup!

Article brought to you by Tigress Luv, the Breakup Guru




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