Falling for Men with Narcissistic Tendencies

We love the danger

We choose assh*les because of the danger factor involved in dating guys who are strong and conceited.

We know they’re wrong for us, they’ll never treat us the way we think we deserve to be treated, and instead of running for the hills, we jump on for the ride. Damn you, biology!

Nice guys are boring

No woman wants to be with a man who doesn’t know how to assert himself. Whether we want to admit it or not, we want excitement in our relationships. We want a powerful, aggressive man.

This can be a difficult thing to admit as a strong, independent female, but it is, nonetheless, true.

Women don’t want to be with someone who is all calm seas and clear skies; we crave constant challenges in everything we do.

When it comes to love, we choose the guy who satisfies that desire. The nice guy may seem great on paper, but he turns out bland in real life.

We want a project

Women like to “fix men.” A nice guy doesn’t need any taming. He’s already solid on the homefront. He isn’t intense or severe.

As often as we ladies say those chaotic personality traits aren’t what we’re looking for in a boyfriend, they are. Just look at history.

When a woman is faced with a “bad boy,” she automatically finds the challenge to tame him alluring.

His vanity is all at once angering and intoxicating. If she can bring him down to earth, it would be the ultimate accomplishment.

Our carnal wants will win out every time.


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Falling for Men with Narcissistic Tendencies

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