That’s the age when it’s traditionally been determined that children reach the age of reason.It’s also the age when life is truly “all about me.” Prior to that age children are selfish and act simply for self-fulfillment because they don’t know better. After all, bloggers are supposed to write about themselves, about their lives, and share their thoughts and feelings, and do so in a way which is creative and perhaps even exaggerated for effect and entertainment purposes...How normal narcissists affect readers and society is fascinating, too; but for today, my focus is on the impact destructive-to-pathological narcissists have on others and how we might inform ourselves before we're harmed.Because they believe this about themselves, it could logically follow (if you’re crazy) that they are not insecure. NPD usually arises because one or both parents were N people.An N has the emotional capacity of a child that is approximately 6-7 years old.
Sadly, and unfortunately, all of the effort in choosing the best photographs, writing one’s personal biography, and positioning oneself in the most appealing personality and lifestyle categories is all for naught; it simply doesn’t matter.
She asks: "What if you are following the blog of a Narcissist? " ~An Upturned Soul as measured in social network studies and the "destructive narcissism" we discuss on blogs about pathology (clinical disorders).
I think if you've never been in a relationship with someone who has Narcissistic Personality Disorder, then Following the blog of a Narcissist, won’t make any difference to you. But what if you’re recovering from a relationship with a Narcissist and you follow a blog which is powered by Narcissistic Personality Disorder?
His boldness, charisma, self-confidence, and charm create the illusion that he is the man about whom she has always dreamt.
Little does she know that she, a codependent, has chosen, yet again, another in a long list of narcissists.