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If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
You cannot change a narcissistic person; that is almost impossible as narcissism is a deeply ingrained personality disorder.
However, you can learn more effective ways to deal with your husband.
But neither one is more important or better than the other, any more than an electrical plug and socket - which are typically referred to as "male" and "female" - are more or less important when it comes to conveying electricity.
It is only because "success" in our society is defined in masculine terms that you feel like you have reduced or compromised yourself as a person by this change.
Of primary importance is your attitude toward him; you must truly believe that they are ‘difficult to handle’ people, but don’t develop hatred toward them.
He is not evil or purposefully trying to hurt you emotionally, verbally or physically.
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.
You only think of behaving in a more feminine manner as "compromising yourself" because you've been conditioned to think of your personal value in purely masculine terms. You are too fixated on the fact that you are being LESS masculine.
Yes, you are LESS ambitious, LESS witty, LESS assertive; but why think of these changes in negative terms?