Dating disabled married woman
The narcissistic husband assumes he is always the focal point of the family and the marriage.
Whilst she has suspicions that their daughter Belle might be somewhere on the autism spectrum due to her penchant for organisation, she insists that her soft-natured personality and intelligence are the things that make her most like her father.“He is happy to do any job which needs doing,” she writes, “driving any family member anywhere they need to go, repairing anything broken, assisting one of the children or animals after an accident.But when I fell off a high ledge in the garden onto gravel and both my knees were pouring with blood, all he said was "You better get up now." He made no attempt to comfort or help me.” Her husband has been predominantly asexual throughout their relationship and apparently shows very little interest in any physical signs of affection. But being married to a narcissistic husband can be a very complicated and thorny journey.
A narcissistic husband can be vain, insensitive to your needs, violent, and exceptionally critical of you.A few weeks later he was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. “Soon, I realised there was a dichotomy between Steve’s public and private selves,” she explains.