Question: Will a narcissist stay in a relationship?

Narcissists lose interest as the expectation of intimacy increases, or when theyve won at their game. Many have trouble sustaining a relationship for more than six months to a few years. They prioritize power over intimacy and loathe vulnerability, which they consider weak.

Will a narcissist return to a relationship?

As you can see from the above, many narcissists are quite willing to come back for as long as it suits their needs, while remaining oblivious to yours. If you cannot realistically envision a good future together that does not involve the narcissist suddenly becoming different, you might want to stay “discarded.”

Do narcissists ever have long-term relationships?

Professor Brad Bushman of the Ohio State University put it bluntly, when he said: “Narcissists are very bad relationship partners.” Studies show that in a narcissistic relationship, your partner is more likely to engage in manipulative or game playing behaviors and less likely to be committed long-term.

Can a narcissist ever be in a healthy relationship?

Is it ever possible to have a healthy relationship with a narcissist? If we are talking about a person who meets the criteria for NPD listed above, the answer would have to be no. Its difficult to have a genuine and loving connection with someone who makes everything about him or her.

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