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While most of us are guilty of some of the following behaviors at one time or another, a pathological narcissist tends to dwell habitually in several of the following personas, while remaining largely unaware of (or unconcerned with) how his or her actions affect others. You struggle to have your views and feelings heard. While many people have the poor communication habit of interrupting others, the narcissist interrupts and quickly switches the focus back to herself. The underlying message of this type of display is: “I’m better than you! Narcissists can be very charismatic and persuasive.
When you do get a word in, if it’s not in agreement with the narcissist, your comments are likely to be corrected, dismissed, or ignored. ” or “Look at how special I am—I’m worthy of everyone’s love, admiration, and acceptance! Narcissists often expect preferential treatment from others. When they’re interested in you (for their own gratification), they make you feel very special and wanted.
10 years too late Psychology Today, stuck with two narcissistic men who are "fathers," in a very loose sense, to my children.
How about writing a book on how to navigate the court system so they see what a narcissist is and that you aren't just crazy asking for sole custody and supervised visitations...
My young mind decided I was 'special' and that's why I was alone - others were just too stupid to understand me. I get the sense that I am 'finally with someone on my level', like 'I belong here'. Fortunately, I'm aware such ideas are absurd and as a much more balanced adult am able to see that and question it.
It's relieving to see myself as 'just human' and not superhuman, or subhuman for that matter.
But ironic how you shift blame onto someone else for something lacking in your own life - there's sure enough people ass-uming that all narcissists are men - 2 way street folks ...
How do you know when you’re dealing with a narcissist? The narcissist enjoys getting away with violating rules and social norms, such as cutting in line, chronic under-tipping (some will overtip to show off), stealing office supplies, breaking multiple appointments, or disobeying traffic laws. Oversteps and uses others without consideration or sensitivity. In these situations, the narcissist uses people, objects, status, and/or accomplishments to represent the self, substituting for the perceived, inadequate “real” self.
The following are some telltale signs, excerpted from my book (click on title): “How to Successfully Handle Narcissists”. The narcissist loves to talk about him or herself, and doesn’t give you a chance to take part in a two-way conversation. These grandstanding “merit badges” are often exaggerated.
I started dating a man 10 months ago and it has been a rocky relationship to say the least.
His constant criticisms about everything I do, how I look has been very wearing on me.