But being married to a narcissistic husband can be a very complicated and thorny journey.A narcissistic husband can be vain, insensitive to your needs, violent, and exceptionally critical of you.Basically, I could do this job with my eyes closed due to my previous experience and had the drive and wit to do even more.On the downside, I’m all about work and do not have any need to socialize or gossip and have been ostracized by the other people in this office because I don’t allow people to use me to boost their own self esteem. I am respectful and civil and try to make conversation, but when I see unprofessional behavior towards internal and external clients I will say something.Can I tell him “do not call me in April” or do I just smile and nod knowing that there is no chance I’d come back even if he does call? But it’s almost certainly a lot less personal than you think it is.
I was even told I could be the OM’s “right hand man” in the future, whatever that means.Over time, the relationship disintegrates but by then her self esteem has disintegrated as well.This is where the wife usually decides to leave, or if you are reading this article, decides to stick it out but knows there has to be some changes to make their marriage last.Being married to a narcissist is like walking on eggshells.You don’t know what will cause an outburst or provoke his wrath.A narcissist can be very intense in the beginning of a relationship and bombard you with love and attention, and placing you on a pedestal. However, his true personality starts to reveal itself as the wife endures his criticism, insults, possible beatings or other forms of abuse.