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Narcissistic personality disorder (stealth vs loud mouth) pt11

Narcissistic personality disorder (stealth vs loud mouth) pt11



  • sarahgwenable

    This is another very important information! Taff dealing with this kind of person, i am still in court, with someone who is just like that. Good to have a psycholigist into this, helps a little to uncover him, his lies, that show he`s performing, best fact, he can`t stick to his own plans in the long run, people start recognizing…

    Great Work!

  • fondoftheduh

    What a conundrum I am in! My 16 YO who you are describing wants to live with her dad that you are describing…I know I need to protect her from him and he is only just now nice after 16 years to try to get out of years of back support and to use her to hurt me. He feels I "won" years ago when I left,now he needs to show me his power thru my daughters. They are believing and trusting him. Naive. yet the 16 yo old gives me hell and he puts her up to it,manipulating and ruining their futures.

  • fondoftheduh

    belittling me to them and them if they don't believe him. I don't know how to save them. They were raised on free will and good character. He gives them choices and manipulates what is the right thing to do..makes one choice sound terrible and a worse choice sound good. How do you fight it? in less then two weeks he has brain washed them. They want so much to believe he has always loved them and it's all my fault he failed. its just evil! Her is messing with there health and education. advice?

  • begood4000

    I'm sorry you got snagged by a possible Narcissist. Please keep researching and watching videos. It takes a while to fully and completely wake up. It really does my friend. Please stay awake and learn more. The more you learn you the better you can spot these types and avoide them.

  • AlusaBird2

    What you said about the stealth type almost sent chills down my spine, I had just gotten out of a bad relationship and I met this man who seemed overly enthusiastically interested in everything I was. But he was married to a woman that had a stroke shortly after they got married. He openly admitted that, I told him I liked him but I did not want to get involved with him. He acted like he respected me on one hand and kept pushing my boundaries with the other.

  • AlusaBird2

    When I wanted him to stop/slow he acted offended, and that he really liked me, he actually seemed to think it was ok to dump his wife that had some sort of mental damage from the stroke when he should have been looking out for her, be pushy and rush into a relationship with someone else who said no, lots of red flags right there.

  • AlusaBird2

    I almost got my head wrapped around him from being emotionally being on the rebound, I was not sure what to do, and a friend of mine reconfirmed what I had initially thought that everything was wrong and I should be running away at breakneck speed, I told him I was sorry that happened to him but he should be looking after his wife, then I broke off all contact with him.

  • auntstacey123

    Dealing with one at work. Unless you have been her victim, she seems very kind, sincere, & genuine but if you look in her eyes, something doesn't seem right. They are like shark eyes-very black. They just don't match the rest of her act.

  • deltaxcd

    I think best defense against narcissists is not to inflate your own value, so not buy presents and do not spend money on anyone do what you want and be honest.

    Most important do not be afraid to lose your friend, narcissists always exploit fear of rejection , without that fear they are powerless.

  • SuperNorthcat

    I have woke up to the fact he is a narcissist but I have a hard time believing he will not change in other words I keep getting hooked he is probably someone who wrote the book on stealth narcissism I am trying hard but can't seem to break away HELP!!

  • Zoltán Morvai

    So there is the shy and there is the easy-going type. Well… how to spot normal ppl then?! Cause you either interested in meeting a person or group of people.
    And I'm also shy at the beginning, cause I don't trust ppl. I also like to sit back and observe. Others might be true too. Yet I don't use these to abuse.
    I think the only thing you can look for is "manipulatory shift", when they threaten you to take away what they've given for free as a gift, and make you feel obligated instead of happy.

  • Jason Perno

    I am happy to say I have never dated a person like this. But I attribute most of this to the fact that I learned to trust my gut instincts about people since I was very young. I am the guy that finds fault in a person that everyone seems to love and then they get on my case for being judgmental only to realize the truth years later. I think the bottom line is, we all need to trust our intuitions. Trust yourself and you don't need to trust what people tell you.

  • enzo enzo

    Hey begood, I respect what you do and the videos, you off a bit, the stats for narcisistic women are in the ball park of 75 percent or higher.  We are in a monetary greedy economy.  It shows in the divorce Rates which are up around 60% percent, then you add the none non-marital relationships, it should be up around 75% or higher, we are in the times of greed!

  • Oblivion Darkheart

    Here is a list of what they usually do to their targets :

    – Insults their target very often. Then lie when confronted about it, or say it was a joke.
    – When confronted with their behavior, they pretend to be innocent and play the victim.
    – Everything is always your fault, even when it's obviously not.
    – They always have a justification for every bad thing they do. They think they're always right.
    – Very controlling, they tell you how to live, but they can live anyway they want. Very hypocritical.
    – They accuse you of what they're doing to you (RED FLAG!), it's called Projection.
    – Portraying themselves as angels outside, when they are actually demons with their family and especially their target.
    – They want you to fail, while pretending to want you to succeed (they're very convincing).
    – They never say they are sorry for hurting you (RED FLAG!).
    – Poison your favorite activities, they don't want you to be happy or to get pleasure. They also poison other useful activities like important skills which will help you in the future. They DO NOT want you to have skills, they want you to be as weak as possible. They don't teach you anything.
    – Subtly lead a smear campaign against their target, so they isolate it and make sure they don't get help.
    – When you want to leave the relationship with a narcissist, they beg you to stay with them and cry crocodile tears. They are the best actors.
    – Sometimes nice, sometimes cruel. You never know where you stand with them.
    – They pretend to be "victims", and they blame the target for their own behavior.
    – They are incredibly arrogant and sadistic. They see the target as weak, and deserving to suffer.
    – They think they are models to be followed.
    – They are spiritually dead although they might loudly profess some kind of Spiritual Belief.

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