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Soon, looking became winking, winking became hot-listing, hot-listing became e-mailing, and e-mailing became seeing other people. Unlike me, she stopped checking her profile soon after we met.There was no official breakup; I just didn't return calls as quickly, started canceling dates with her so I could try out new potential matches, and eventually we drifted apart. None of them has quite lived up to OFM..there's someone better out there, right? Many professionals have rejected the idea that narcissists can be love addicts.

With so many new "opportunities" out there — with the illusion that a life-changing upgrade was just a click away — I couldn't maintain my focus on our relationship.

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They are self-absorbed and their low self-esteem is masked by their grandiosity.

Furthermore, rather than seeming to obsess about the relationship, NLAs appear aloof and unconcerned. Rarely do you even know that NLAs are hooked until you try to leave them. They will panic and use anything at their disposal to hold on to the relationship—including violence.

This includes enabling, rescuing, caretaking, passive-aggressive controlling, and accepting neglect or abuse.

In general, CLAs will do anything to “take care” of their partners in the hope that they will not leave—or that someday they will reciprocate.

Even if their partner batters them, and they are in danger, they cannot let go. This can be summed up as “I hate you don’t leave me.”Narcissistic Love Addicts: NLAs use dominance, seduction and withholding to control their partners.

Unlike codependents, who accept a lot of discomfort, narcissists won’t put up with anything that interferes with their happiness.

In the last decade, a lot has changed in the world of love addiction. It is pretty much the same insidious disorder it always has been. Twenty years ago, our understanding of love addiction was still emerging out of our understanding of codependency.

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