It’s important to note that in limerence, the addiction to this other person is often heightened by the fantasy, not the reality, of who they are and the nature of the relationship. Note: this is a general relationship article and is not targeted towards survivors of narcissistic abuse, which has more complex dynamics/trauma bonding involved. However, it does touch on some aspects of the fantasy relationship that can be present when meeting someone who wears a false mask.
Share this post
Love or Fantasy Relationship? 11 Concrete Signs You're Suffering from Limerence in A Toxic Relationship