The ageing narcissist.
Do the narcissist’s games ever stop?
Can they ever recover?
A narcissist seems to be invincible, running around, stealing hearts, dreams, minds, physical health, home, happiness and belonging.
They just don’t seem to stop and never seem to be held accountable, just running around destroying people’s lives, then moving straight on to do it to their next supply.
Nothing and no one seems to be able to stop them from destroying those around them. Worse still, they seem to have no remorse.
There is a thing called the narcissist collapses, where the narcissist might have pushed everyone away. The overts and the somatic have grown old lost their looks and charm they relied upon for years; people around them have just seen through their toxic nature when all those around them just start to wake up. Whatever it is one day that mask slips and their true selves are shown to those around them, even the fragile can have a narcissist collapse.
The narcissist can seem to have a mental breakdown down as they age. They become withdrawn, depressed and often isolated. They can no longer face the world as that would mean facing themselves.
From what I’ve read, most narcissists, never get past the collapse, and they spend the rest of their days alone and miserable, mostly blaming all those around them.
This is rare; some might start thinking about the one that got away that actually was good for them. Some might even start to see themselves for who they are. Some of the greater know what they are to an extent and may wonder if they should have done something different. On the most part, the greater will do something on their death, so they think they have the last laugh.
As a narcissist grows older, they lose their popularity.
A narcissist can not sub-stain long term healthy relationships.
As they age, they lose the ability to charm so easily and can no longer bring in new people. They are often left with no support for their ageing health problems.
Those with substance abuse and debts leave them continually searching for more and destroying themselves in the process.
Some narcissists become more critical as they get older. As all narcissists play victim from Time to Time, some will switch to victim mode as they age.
The ageing narcissist.
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