How do you know when you’re dealing with a Narcissist?

A Narcissist is someone who feels self-entitlement to everyone and everything. No one else’s feelings matter and they must always have the full attention.

Do you know someone who

  • Loves to talk about themselves
  • Constantly interrupts conversations
  • Shows very little interest in your feelings
  • Enjoys getting away with rules or breaking the law
  • Keeps their belongings in tip-top shape but doesn’t mind destroying yours
  • Seeks vulnerable people to use for whatever they can get
  • Breaks promises and obligations
  • Has no respect for anyone else
  • Blames you for everything that happens to them
  • Tell lies to make themselves appear “better than someone”
  • Expects others to cater to their needs, giving nothing in return
  • Thinks the world revolves around them
  • Expects everyone owes them something or should just give them everything free
  • Has an exaggerated sense of self-importance
  • Never takes responsibility for any wrongdoing
  • Throws a fit if you disagree with any of their views
  • Is extremely sensitive to criticism but constantly criticizes everyone else
  • Is quick to judge, ridicule and blame you
  • Is emotionally abusive
  • Feels good about themselves after criticizing others
  • Makes decisions for you
  • Uses others to meet unreasonable self-serving needs
  • Has unrealistic dreams
  • Denies the truth even if proof is in front of them
  • Makes you feel guilty for not doing something for them that you don’t want to do
  • Never appreciates anything
  • Is never satisfied
  • Always tells you what they have done for you without acknowledging anything you have ever done for them
  • Is very nosy, has to know every detail
  • Always in other people’s business
  • Feels superior, they own everything
  • Has to be in control of every situation
  • Will do everything they can to take the attention off someone else and onto themselves
  • No matter what you say, they have experienced it or know more than you do
  • Punishes you when you disagree or refuse to do something by taking away anything you like

Those who haven’t experienced the Narcissist in an unmasked state have a hard time believing that the people we describe are capable of the horrendous acts of abuse committed on us. They don’t understand how the disorder works. They don’t understand that their belief that the narcissist has, “likable or admirable characteristics” are evidence that the danger has already started. They’re manipulated by the narcissists mask and are in complete denial of reality.

Someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) could be physically dangerous. THEY JUST DON’T CARE.

No one is safe when a Narcissist is present!

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