Why do I want unavailable guys?

Photo of author

By Peter

Quick Peek:

Have you ever found yourself attracted to someone who reminds you of your parent? It’s not uncommon. But sometimes, people are drawn to emotionally unavailable partners because of their childhood role models for romantic relationships. Narcissists, in particular, may use kissing as a tool for manipulation during the love bombing phase of a relationship. They kiss with passion and intensity to make their partner feel like they’ve found the perfect match, but it’s all part of their plan. Once the love bombing ends, their true colors will show. Beware!

Kissing and the Love Bombing Stage: Do Narcissists Enjoy Kissing?

Kissing is often seen as an intimate act of affection between two people in love. But do narcissists enjoy kissing? The answer might surprise you.

Research has shown that narcissists often use kissing as a tool for manipulation during the love bombing stage of a relationship. This is the stage where a narcissist will shower their partner with love, attention, and gifts in order to win them over. Kissing is just one of the many tactics they use to make their partner feel special and loved.

During this stage, the narcissist will often kiss their partner with passion and intensity, making them feel like they are the only person in the world. This is all part of the narcissist’s plan to make their partner feel like they have found the perfect match. However, once the love bombing stage is over, the narcissist’s true colors will start to show.

See also  What is the friendliest color psychology?

Narcissists are often emotionally unavailable and lack empathy, which can make it difficult for them to truly enjoy kissing and other intimate acts. They may use kissing as a way to control their partner or to gain something they want, rather than as a way to express love and affection.

In conclusion, while narcissists may use kissing as a tool for manipulation during the love bombing stage of a relationship, they may not truly enjoy it in the same way that someone who is emotionally available would. It is important to be aware of the signs of narcissism in a relationship and to seek help if you suspect that you or someone you know may be in a relationship with a narcissist. Remember, true love is built on trust, respect, and genuine affection, not manipulation and control.

Previously in the article we talked about why people are drawn to emotionally unavailable partners due to the role models they had for romantic relationships in childhood. It is important to recognize these patterns and work towards breaking them in order to form healthy and fulfilling relationships. By understanding the root causes of our attraction to emotionally unavailable partners, we can take steps towards healing and finding true love.

A video on this subject that might interest you: