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Living with a person like that can be destructive and demoralizing.

It can leave you feeling confused and hurt by their seemingly incomprehensible actions.

The narcissistic husband assumes he is always the focal point of the family and the marriage.

If you’ve been reading Married to a Chef a while, you know I’m not one to be of few words.

Theoretically, it is possible to negotiate a relationship with a narcissistic individual; but keep in mind that most narcissists are unlikely to recognize or take responsibility for needing to adjust the current unhealthy relationship.

If you cannot leave a narcissistic person, or choose not to for whatever reason, then your only other option is to learn to cope with him.

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What were your first impressions when you first realized that by being with your restaurant man/woman, that you have become a part of the restaurant world? It’s a well-known fact my husband hasn’t worked in a restaurant in quite a few years.

A “chatty Cathy” by nature, my tendency is to go on and on. Never in my wildest dreams would I ever imagine featuring someone who is connected to the reason why so many of our restaurant men and women went into the industry in the first place!

Today marks the ONE YEAR anniversary of our launch, Valentines Day 2011 at 5pm, and I CANNOT think of a better way to CELEBRATE (ahem, celebrate!

Anybody else would have been bored to death, or horrified, but for him it was enjoyable and it would bring back memories of his days in the business. And we shared that particular sense of humor you inevitably acquire when you work in that environment. I had to quit towards the end of my pregnancy, I remember walking down greasy kitchen stairs in my stilettos with a 38-week big belly and falling on my butt all over the place.

I never injured myself, but I would constantly give my colleagues mini heart attacks. My husband doesn’t cook at home, although if you ask him he’ll tell you I don’t let him, or that I don’t appreciate his cooking, which might or might not be true.

What were your first impressions when you first realized that by being with your restaurant man/woman, that you have become a part of the restaurant world? It’s a well-known fact my husband hasn’t worked in a restaurant in quite a few years.

A “chatty Cathy” by nature, my tendency is to go on and on. Never in my wildest dreams would I ever imagine featuring someone who is connected to the reason why so many of our restaurant men and women went into the industry in the first place!

Today marks the ONE YEAR anniversary of our launch, Valentines Day 2011 at 5pm, and I CANNOT think of a better way to CELEBRATE (ahem, celebrate!

Anybody else would have been bored to death, or horrified, but for him it was enjoyable and it would bring back memories of his days in the business. And we shared that particular sense of humor you inevitably acquire when you work in that environment. I had to quit towards the end of my pregnancy, I remember walking down greasy kitchen stairs in my stilettos with a 38-week big belly and falling on my butt all over the place.

I never injured myself, but I would constantly give my colleagues mini heart attacks. My husband doesn’t cook at home, although if you ask him he’ll tell you I don’t let him, or that I don’t appreciate his cooking, which might or might not be true.

When I met him I was actually the one working in a restaurant and he was already traveling the world.