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Do narcissists quickly forget their exes?
Elinor Greenberg, Psychologist, Author, Lecturer, and Consultant on Narcissistic Disorders
Most Narcissists have a pattern and they usually stick to it. I have spoken about this in other answers, but I will give a quick review here of some common Narcissistic patterns with regard to exes.
Big Game Hunters: Once they bag you, and have figuratively mounted your head on their trophy wall, they lose all interest in you. They are too busy hunting their next trophy to even remember your name. If you thought you were in a serious relationship, you were mistaken.
The Romantics: They will treasure the good memories and even talk with other people about how perfect the good times were with you. It all looks better in the rear view mirror than it actually was when you were together. All this unfortunately does not do the ex any good because even if they came back, they would leave you again….and again. They are in love with the idea of love and not you.
The Recyclers: They have a group of willing lovers who they tend to cycle through repetitively. When they get bored or angry with you, they move on to the next person in the group. This can go on forever. I have known situations like this that lasted so long that all the exes got to know each other and sometimes even socialized and commiserated with each other.
Whether your ex will think about you later depends on his or her pattern. However, as Narcissists cannot do without narcissistic supplies, they are likely to think of you most when they need a boost to their ego or are lonely and horny. And, if you are honest with yourself, that is when you are likely to be thinking about them as well.
Elinor Greenberg, PhD, CGP
In private practice in NYC and the author of the book: Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations: The Pursuit of Love, Admiration, and Safety.
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