New Supply: How The Narcissist Treats The One After You.

The devastating aftermath of being discarded by a narcissist for someone new can leave deep emotional scars that can be difficult to heal. The stages of how they treat the new person can be particularly painful to witness, as the narcissist often puts on a charming and idealised front in the beginning of the relationship. However, as time goes on, the new person will also experience the same mistreatment and manipulation that you once did. Moving forward after being discarded by a narcissist requires self-help steps to heal and rebuild your life.

The aftermath of being discarded by a narcissist can be emotionally and psychologically devastating. Narcissists are known for their lack of empathy, manipulation, and exploitation of others for their own gain. When a narcissist discards you for someone new, it can feel like a betrayal and leave you feeling broken and worthless. The narcissist may have treated you poorly and made you feel unimportant, and the thought of them moving on with someone new can be incredibly painful.

Witnessing the narcissist’s new supply being treated so well on the surface can be confusing and frustrating. On one hand, it’s easy to feel envious of the apparent love and affection that the new person is receiving. On the other hand, there may be a sense of unease or suspicion when it comes to the narcissist’s seemingly perfect treatment of their new supply. It’s important to understand that what may seem like a picture-perfect relationship on the outside may be anything but behind closed doors.

Initially, the narcissist’s new supply may feel like they have hit the jackpot. They may feel adored, cherished, and special in the eyes of the narcissist. The narcissist may go out of their way to make the new person feel like they are the centre of their world, showering them with lavish gifts, romantic gestures, and constant attention. This love bombing phase can be intoxicating and can make the new supply feel like they have found their soulmate.

From an outsider’s perspective, it may seem like the narcissist has finally found the one, and that they have changed for the better. However, this is often not the case. The love bombing phase is just a facade that the narcissist puts on to reel in their new supply. Behind closed doors, the narcissist’s true intentions and manipulative nature will begin to emerge.

As time goes on, the narcissist may begin to subtly manipulate and control the new supply. They may start to criticise, belittle, and undermine the new person, slowly eroding their self-esteem and independence. This can be incredibly difficult to witness, especially if you want them to see the truth about the narcissist.

The new supply may start to feel like they are walking on eggshells, constantly trying to please the narcissist and avoid their wrath. They may become isolated from friends and family as the narcissist attempts to control who they can and cannot see. The new supply may also find themselves in a constant state of confusion and anxiety, never knowing what mood the narcissist will be in and what their next manipulative move will be.

When the new supply starts to see the cracks in the narcissist’s facade and tries to assert their own independence, the narcissist may become more overt in their manipulation and abuse. They may gaslight the new supply, making them doubt their own reality and sanity. They may also engage in passive-aggressive behaviour, such as giving the new supply the silent treatment or making backhanded compliments. This can be incredibly damaging to the new supply’s mental and emotional well-being.

It’s important to understand that the narcissist’s treatment of their new supply is all about power and control. They see the new person as an extension of themselves, and they will do whatever it takes to maintain their dominance and superiority in the relationship. This often means that the new supply will be subjected to emotional, psychological, and sometimes even physical abuse behind closed doors.

Witnessing the narcissist’s new supply being treated so well on the outside can be incredibly frustrating, especially when you know the truth about what’s really happening behind closed doors. It can be tempting to intervene and try to save the new supply from the narcissist’s clutches. However, it’s important to proceed with caution. You can’t make somebody else see what they don’t want to hear.

The new supply may not be ready to see the truth about the narcissist, and they may push back against any attempts to open their eyes.

It’s also important to take care of yourself when witnessing the narcissist’s treatment of their new supply. It can be emotionally exhausting and draining to witness the abuse and manipulation that the new supply is enduring. It’s important to set boundaries and, prioritise your own well-being, and to seek support from friends, family, or a therapist if you need it.

Moving forward after being discarded by a narcissist for someone new requires self-help steps to heal and rebuild your life. Here are some strategies to help you move forward:

  1. Seek support: It’s important to seek support from friends, family, or a therapist who can provide you with emotional support and guidance. Having someone to talk to and validate your feelings can be incredibly healing.
  2. Set boundaries: It’s crucial to set boundaries with the narcissist to protect yourself from further harm. This may involve cutting off all contact with them and focusing on your own well-being.
  3. Practice self-care: Focus on taking care of yourself and engaging in activities that bring you joy and relaxation. This may involve exercise, hobbies, or spending time with loved ones.
  4. Reframe your thoughts: It’s common to blame yourself for the narcissist’s behaviour, but it’s important to reframe your thoughts and remind yourself that their actions are a reflection of their own issues, not your worth.
  5. Learn about narcissism: Educating yourself about narcissism can help you understand the dynamics of the relationship and gain insight into the narcissist’s behaviour.
  6. Focus on personal growth: Use this experience as an opportunity for personal growth and self-discovery. Reflect on your values, goals, and strengths, and focus on building a life that brings you fulfilment and happiness.
  7. Practice forgiveness: Forgiveness is not about condoning the narcissist’s behaviour but about releasing yourself from the burden of resentment and anger.

In conclusion, being discarded by a narcissist for someone new can be devastating, but it is possible to heal and move forward. Seeking support, setting boundaries, practising self-care, reframing your thoughts, educating yourself about narcissism, focusing on personal growth are all important steps in the healing process. Remember that you deserve to be treated with respect and love, and that the narcissist’s actions are not a reflection of your worth. With time and self-care, it is possible to rebuild your life and find happiness after being discarded by a narcissist.

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