A relationship expert has revealed the phrases that could indicate your other half is secretly cheating on you.

Cory Skonlnik, 33, from Las Vegas, Nevada, recently shared a few things that people often say to their significant other that he considers red flags. 

It turns out, common sentences like, ‘I love you,’ and ‘I’m sorry you feel that way,’ could have deeper meanings and darker undertones in an unhealthy relationship.

He took to TikTok to share what he feels are warning signs that your partner may actually be a cheating narcissist, and it sparked a firestorm of responses.

According to Cory, if your spouse insists someone is ‘just a friend,’ it could be a sign that they are not going to be faithful to you. 

‘What narcissists really mean when they say, “She’s just a friend,”‘ he began clip, which has been viewed more than three million times.

A relationship expert has revealed the phrases that could indicate your other half is secretly cheating on you

A relationship expert has revealed the phrases that could indicate your other half is secretly cheating on you

A relationship expert has revealed the phrases that could indicate your other half is secretly cheating on you

Cory Skonlnik, 33, from Las Vegas, Nevada, recently shared a few things that people often say to their significant other that he considers red flags

Cory Skonlnik, 33, from Las Vegas, Nevada, recently shared a few things that people often say to their significant other that he considers red flags

Cory Skonlnik, 33, from Las Vegas, Nevada, recently shared a few things that people often say to their significant other that he considers red flags

It turns out, common sentences like, 'I love you,' and 'I'm sorry you feel that way,' could have deeper meanings and darker undertones in an unhealthy relationship

It turns out, common sentences like, 'I love you,' and 'I'm sorry you feel that way,' could have deeper meanings and darker undertones in an unhealthy relationship

It turns out, common sentences like, ‘I love you,’ and ‘I’m sorry you feel that way,’ could have deeper meanings and darker undertones in an unhealthy relationship

‘Translation — I keep this person around as a backup for whenever I get bored. They may replace you if you leave.

‘In fact, they may already be acting as a valuable side piece to me. If you complain about my shady behavior with this person, I’ll make sure you seem like the controlling one.’

Many people who had recently broken up with a significant other due to infidelity took to the comment section to share their thoughts on Cory’s translation, and a lot agreed with him — calling it ‘accurate’ and ‘triggering.’ 

‘I almost threw up with how accurate this was,’ one person wrote.

‘True statement,’ another added. ‘Dumped him right away.’

‘What a way to bring up my PTSD. Thanks,’ someone else said. 

‘OMG this triggered the [s**t] out of me. I feel like I have been [through] this one so much,’ a fourth comment read.

He shared warning signs that your partner may actually be a narcissist to TikTok. According to Cory, if your spouse says someone is 'just a friend,' it means they are likely being unfaithful

He shared warning signs that your partner may actually be a narcissist to TikTok. According to Cory, if your spouse says someone is 'just a friend,' it means they are likely being unfaithful

He shared warning signs that your partner may actually be a narcissist to TikTok. According to Cory, if your spouse says someone is ‘just a friend,’ it means they are likely being unfaithful

Many people who had recently broken up with a significant other due to infidelity took to the comment section and agreed with him - calling his translation 'accurate' and 'triggering¿

Many people who had recently broken up with a significant other due to infidelity took to the comment section and agreed with him - calling his translation 'accurate' and 'triggering¿

Many people who had recently broken up with a significant other due to infidelity took to the comment section and agreed with him – calling his translation ‘accurate’ and ‘triggering’

A fifth TikTok user joked, ‘Did you make a video of my ex-husband?’ 

In another viral video, Cory claimed that when a narcissist says they love you, they really mean they ‘love controlling you.’ 

He claimed that narcissists will try to build you up by flattering and complimenting you, just to ‘pull the rug beneath your feet and watch you fall.’ 

‘What narcissists really mean when they say, “I love you,”‘ he said. ‘Translation — I love owning you. I love controlling you. I love using you.

‘It feels so good to love bomb you, sweet talk you, to pull you in and discard you whenever I please.

‘When I flatter you, I can have anything I want. You trust me, you open up so easily, even after you’ve already been mistreated.

‘Once you’re hooked and invested, I’ll pull the rug beneath your feet just to watch you fall.’ 

In a third TikTok, he claimed that when a toxic lover says ‘Nobody will love you like I do,’ they are secretly afraid that you might meet someone else and ‘realize your worth.’

Translation — I’m afraid if you meet someone else, you’ll realize your worth, discover your value and I’ll lose control of you,’ he explained.

In a different TikTok, he claimed that when a toxic lover says 'Nobody will love you like I do,' they are secretly afraid you might meet someone else and 'realize your worth'

In a different TikTok, he claimed that when a toxic lover says 'Nobody will love you like I do,' they are secretly afraid you might meet someone else and 'realize your worth'

In a different TikTok, he claimed that when a toxic lover says ‘Nobody will love you like I do,’ they are secretly afraid you might meet someone else and ‘realize your worth’

In another viral video, Cory claimed that when a narcissist says they love you, they are trying to build you up by flattering you, just to 'pull the rug beneath your feet and watch you fall'

In another viral video, Cory claimed that when a narcissist says they love you, they are trying to build you up by flattering you, just to 'pull the rug beneath your feet and watch you fall'

In another viral video, Cory claimed that when a narcissist says they love you, they are trying to build you up by flattering you, just to ‘pull the rug beneath your feet and watch you fall’

‘So what I’m going to do is emotionally highjack you by hacking into your insecurities and taking advantage of your already low self esteem that I have so graciously given to you over the course of our relationship — passive-aggressively convincing you that you’re not good enough to even look for someone else.’ 

According to Cory, when a narcissist calls their significant other ‘crazy,’ it’s usually because they want to hide their own mental instability. 

He said: ‘Translation — I am a master of creating chaos to provoke you, I love it when you react. That way, I can point the finger and say, “You’re the crazy one.”

‘After all, no one would listen to what you have to say about me if they thought you were just bitter or unstable.

‘Forget the fact that I’m the one who’s truly rage-ful and irrational, lashing out at anyone or anything that threatens my sense of superiority.’

He also reminded women that if someone tells them they’re ‘overreacting,’ that they’re most likely having a ‘perfectly normal reaction to an immense amount of bulls**t.’ 

According to Cory, when a narcissist calls their significant other 'crazy,' it's usually because they want to hide their own mental instability

According to Cory, when a narcissist calls their significant other 'crazy,' it's usually because they want to hide their own mental instability

According to Cory, when a narcissist calls their significant other ‘crazy,’ it’s usually because they want to hide their own mental instability

He also reminded women that if someone tells them they're 'overreacting,' they're most likely having a 'perfectly normal reaction to an immense amount of bulls**t'

He also reminded women that if someone tells them they're 'overreacting,' they're most likely having a 'perfectly normal reaction to an immense amount of bulls**t'

He also reminded women that if someone tells them they’re ‘overreacting,’ they’re most likely having a ‘perfectly normal reaction to an immense amount of bulls**t’

‘Let me gaslight you some more so you second guess yourself. Emotionally invalidating you is the key to keeping you compliant,’ he said. 

‘As long as you don’t trust yourself, you’ll work that much harder to rationalize, minimize, and deny my abuse.

‘While you’re working so hard to please me, I am reaping all the benefits without any consequences for my behavior.’

In one final video, he added, ‘What narcissists really mean when they say, “I’m sorry you feel that way.”

‘Translation — Sorry, not sorry. Let’s get this argument over with already so I can continue my abusive behavior in peace.

‘I am not sorry that I did what I did. I am sorry I got caught. I’m sorry you’re calling me out.

‘I’m sorry that I am being held accountable. I’m sorry that you have the emotions that you do.

‘To me, they’re not valid because I’m entitled to have everything I want, regardless of how you feel about it.’  

What narcissists really mean, according to relationship expert Corey Skonlnik

  • She’s just a friend — I keep this person around as a backup for whenever I get bored. They may replace you if you leave. In fact, they may already be acting as a valuable side piece to me. If you complain about my shady behavior with this person, I’ll make sure you seem like the controlling one.
  • I love you — I love owning you. I love controlling you. I love using you. ‘It feels so good to love bomb you, sweet talk you, to pull you in and discard you whenever I please. When I flatter you, I can have anything I want. You trust me, you open up so easily, even after you’ve already been mistreated. Once you’re hooked and invested, I’ll pull the rug beneath your feet just to watch you fall. 
  • Nobody will love you like I do — I’m afraid if you meet someone else, you’ll realize your worth, discover your value and I’ll lose control of you. So what I’m going to do is emotionally highjack you by hacking into your insecurities and taking advantage of your already low self esteem that I have so graciously given to you over the course of our relationship — passive-aggressively convincing you that you’re not good enough to even look for someone else.
  • You’re crazy — I am a master of creating chaos to provoke you, I love it when you react. That way, I can point the finger and say, ‘You’re the crazy one.’ After all, no one would listen to what you have to say about me if they thought you were just bitter or unstable. Forget the fact that I’m the one who’s truly rage-ful and irrational, lashing out at anyone or anything that threatens my sense of superiority.
  • You’re overreacting — Let me gaslight you some more so you second guess yourself. Emotionally invalidating you is the key to keeping you compliant. As long as you don’t trust yourself, you’ll work that much harder to rationalize, minimize, and deny my abuse. While you’re working so hard to please me, I am reaping all the benefits without any consequences for my behavior.
  • I’m sorry you feel that way — Sorry, not sorry. Let’s get this argument over with already so I can continue my abusive behavior in peace. I am not sorry that I did what I did. I am sorry I got caught. I’m sorry you’re calling me out. I’m sorry that I am being held accountable. I’m sorry that you have the emotions that you do. To me, they’re not valid because I’m entitled to have everything I want, regardless of how you feel about it.
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