When a narcissist says “I love you,” those words take on a completely different meaning.
This is a letter written from the narcissist’s perspective for souls who have fallen in love with someone who will never be able to love them.
I’m going to say something I’d never tell you or admit.
Whenever I say “I love you, ” I always mean, I love your way of wanting to believe that I love you, madly.
I love the things you do for me.
I love the power you give me to take advantage of your kindness by exploiting your good intentions. Making you feel worse makes me feel better. I love making you feel insignificant.
I love the fact that your life revolves only around me. You fix my problems; you solve my doubts, you relieve my pain.
I love that all your time, you dedicate it to me, not to you, and as your attention is only to me.
I love to make you doubt yourself and question your sanity. You do not know what is right or what is real unless I tell you.
“I love you” means I need you because I need someone who won’t leave me. I need someone I can use as a punching bag—someone to make me feel good.
I love how my expectations about you are continually increasing, while the expectations you have about me gradually decrease. I love seeing failure and disappointment in your face.
I love it when you think that I will be a changed person one day. But, you fail to understand that I will never change, because that’s not my nature. I am not here to change for you.
I love the way you follow my instructions and keep changing for me, but you never dare to ask me to change for you. You have been the best partner I have ever been with.
When I say “I love you,” I mean the love of hate for you. I love myself variably through the love you feel for me. And I want you to suffer because I hate having to depend on you for this.
I love how my happiness is your responsibility. I love the way I feel when you’re around me. How can I become a victim when you try to mention one of my many personality flaws or harmful behaviours.
I love how I make you feel horrible when you mention something I did that hurt you since you won’t leave me because you’re hooked on this toxic relationship.
I love the way you support me and that I’ve never had to help you. Why would I do that? The things you’ll never keep you with me.
I just love the way you feel you are with a person who loves you. But I am someone who shows affection and love as a tool of manipulation.
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You don’t have any idea how much it takes to fake love with you, but I love the way you believe my love to be true for you.
I love the way you need me, and how you think you’re with the right person, how I make you feel unworthy and insignificant.
I love the way you run for me, and I honestly enjoy your craziness for me. You are blind enough not to see who you love so much.
When I say “I love you, ” that’s not why love represents. When I say “I love you, ” it means that I love how you respect my rules and how you live with them.
I love your being a fool to believe, at any point that I was sorry, whenever I said sorry to you. I might have said, but I never meant that.
And I love you more for not talking about my actions with your friends and relatives. That way, I can continue keeping you as my slave, and behave with you the way I want.
I love the way you have surrendered yourself to me, and though that’s not that valuable to me, still I love it. That gives me more power to control you as a whole.
You need to know that I will use hurtful words and manipulation tactics under the appearance of love. You’ll never change me.
I sincerely hope every narcissist should get a partner like you, where they don’t react and bear the neverending torture from us, and keep silence, and keep supporting us to lead a rich narcissist life.
We both know this isn’t real. We should both know.
PS: Don’t let anyone control you and don’t let anyone ever take your life away from you. Take care and stay blessed!