Dating a narcissistic person
When the child is on the verge of adulthood and learning to spread their wings, there will likely be conflict between Narc parent and child. Nothing they do or say will be good enough for their Narc father.
If the child (now a young adult) is not available to serve the Narc parent immediately upon request, they are subject to abuse.
They may even go so far as to pretend the son isn’t attending college.
His classes aren’t real because they are not what he told him to study. The son is hard pressed to find any moral support or love from his father. They are only capable of recognizing what makes them look good or places them in the spotlight. He asked her why she dropped out of university and why she had so many tattoos.
It is fair to say, a Narc parent is than a regular parent, to use parental alienation as a method to retaliate.
What begins as possessive and nonstop attention from the father inevitably turns to rejection as the children enter adulthood.
He requires his children to worship him.” During a divorce, co-parenting with a narcissist can be dangerous.
They will go to great lengths to possess the children.
Signs your children’s father has a Narcissistic personality Narcissistic Supply Explained: The ‘supply’ for the narcissist is the people around him.But the parent’s attention to the children can quickly turn to neglect and abuse once they are older and cease to provide narcissistic supply.As the children grow they question their parents’ ideas and while this is a normal part of child development, the Narc will not accept it.Narcissism Defined: Narcissism is a term that originated with Narcissus in Greek Mythology who fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water.
Currently, it is used to describe a person characterized by egotism, vanity, pride, or selfishness. They are often affectionately referred to as ‘Narc’, for short.
What happens to grown children of the narcissistic father during and after divorce?