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Narcissism and Doubt For many people, falling in love is a result of their inherent narcissism. If you’re a person of low self-esteem, and you find a new person attractive, it’s easy to say, “I deserve this. I’m great!” and believe it. When you realize you’re in love, you think, “I deserve this.” When you feel good about yourself, you’re more open to give yourself to someone else. The great thing about dating is that if you don’t feel good about yourself, you can say, “I’m having a bad day and I’m not feeling very attractive.” If you don’t feel good about yourself, you can say, “Hey, buddy, where’s my blow job?” Not that I’d tell you that, but I mean, you can. Then you can go home and have a glass of wine and watch terrible TV and think about all the things you’re not good at. If you are a well-adjusted person who doesn’t suffer from low self-esteem or overinflated ego, you will realize that these relationships happen by chance. Having a healthy self-esteem, you may think, “I just met this person and here’s what’s happened.” “This person happens to be special. He noticed me and I’ll stay friends. I’ll date more, and we’ll have real dates that aren’t based on just being physical together.” And that’s when the dating makes sense. You’re being selective and conscious about who you’re going to date. The Challenges of Dating Someone Without Narcissism When dating a narcissist, you will face these challenges: 1. You must believe your truth. If you’re dating a narcissist, in order to maintain your own self-esteem, it will feel like your truth is being challenged. You have to be aware of what you’re feeling, and have your own truth and your own reality. The challenge is that your truth will be different from theirs. Your reality will be different from theirs. It may seem like you agree with them. You don’t. You think, “I can’t believe they’re so ignorant.” Do you believe your own truth? I’m so angry. I can’t believe she said this. There’s something wrong with her. I won’t date him anymore. I just felt hurt and insulted. 2. A narcissist may tell you, “I can’t imagine ever
I know you have heard it from your friends: “Dating is dead,” “Dating is over,” or “Here comes the ‘bro’ test.” But these are far too broad a generalization, and they don’t tell us what we need to know to do the best possible job of meeting people and finding our life-long partners. This guide is meant to educate you on the nuances of dating, and how to use them to your advantage. It shows you how to identify, clarify, and manage the three most common emotional responses to a single person—attraction, “like me” (or not), and “like me too” (or not)—and how to determine how to move on when things don’t work out. It teaches you how to manage (in a healthy way) the feelings that any rejection will cause you, since it’s not all about making the perfect person fall in love with you; it’s about you falling in love with the right person—so you can go forward with your life, romantically and otherwise. When you approach the dating scene, one of the best pieces of advice I can give you is to try to think as a scientist. People who have labored for months on end to perfect new algorithms are trying to help you gain a more scientific approach to dating. The way you think about it will inform the way you act, how you decide to approach a certain individual, and whether you should or shouldn’t pursue that person further. And with the web—and all the dating sites and apps—you can get pretty good at it, almost without even trying. But before we start helping you play the field, let’s look at the three ways you can emotionally react to a single person. Learn to manage them, and you will be able to handle anything, and anything at all. 1. Attraction: The attraction phase is often difficult. It tends to come up first, or worse yet, in the form of an instant connection, usually through social media or texting. Both of these methods of dating are great for meeting people—if you’re in the market for someone to date—but they’re not always the most effective way to win over someone’s attention and their affections. That’s why the first step in this process is to take a good look at yourself. I know you’ve heard this before, but it bears repeating: Everything about who you are—your looks, your personality, your values, your

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