Is It Love?


The narcissist sweeps you away in the beginning.

The narcissist cares and supports you.

Is it love?

Whether a romantic or familial situation with the narcissist, the narcissist behaves in so many ways which cause you to believe that he or she loves you, but is it the case?

  • Does the narcissist love?
  • Can the narcissist begin by loving you and then it fades?
  • Can the narcissist learn to love you?
  • Does the narcissist have his or her own way of loving you?
  • What is love based on?
  • Why does the narcissist´s behaviour cause you to believe you are being loved?
  • If it is not love from the narcissist what is it?
  • If it is not love from the narcissist, what are you seeing when you are being seduced?
  • How can you understand whether it is love or not?

Understanding “Is It Love” will enable you to tackle emotional thinking and make sense of the behaviour of the narcissist towards you and this Logic Bulletin addresses key information to answer those questions that occupy your thoughts.Use it also as part of your Future Protection against being caught again, either by the existing narcissist or a new one.

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6 thoughts on “Is It Love?

  1. annaamel says:

    So Camilla is also a narcissist?

    ~~annamel’s romantic illusions~~
    Brad Pitt and Jennifer Anniston
    Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins
    Charles and Camilla

    1. annaamel says:

      Perhaps since Charles has always had the higher status, Camilla has been the narcissist in this couple who has been the pursuer. After choosing him initially she did what she needed to to make him want to keep her near him. He may have felt he was stronger when she was with him which is why it’s a self serving arrangement for him (rather than love).

  2. annaamel says:

    I think Charles has been impressive this week in administering his duties, including leading the UK in mourning for his mother.


    I’m curious about how you’d explain his relationship with Camilla. From my perspective it looks like he loves her and has always done so. But you would say this is not the case. He’s seemed to have been, for want of a better term, invested in her since he was a young man, despite his relationships with other women. I’m not sure how she serves his prime aims better than other women, and wonder if a residual benefit could be feeling comfortable in her company? If you could explain in a way that sits somewhere between my romantic view and the much more prosaic ‘he sees her as an appliance which provides fuel’ I’d be grateful.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Look out for a forthcoming video which will explain their dynamic.

      1. Asp Emp says:

        That will be interesting, HG. I was watching her face when Charles signed the Proclamation and also when people were singing ‘God Save the King’.

    2. A Victor says:

      Thank you for asking this question Annaamel, I have had the same question for other similar couples, in addition to Charles and Camilla.

      I am looking forward to that video very much HG!

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