Here are a few key points about Malignant Narcissist and what you should look for in your partner if you suspect he or she is a Narcissist or even more complicating a Malignant Narcissist..
In the beginning, of a relationship with a malignant personality disorder the positive traits of a narcissist may win you your heart over. The narcissists are very good at what they do. As Peg Streep explained in her articl" Why We Fall For Narcissist "? and he or she is very, very skilled at manipulation — and, at least at the start of things, very attractive and engaging."
Often adult children of narcissistic parents are depressed, have unacknowledged anger, and feelings of emptiness. They may attract an addict, a narcissist themselves or someone emotionally unavailable. Therefore, repeating the pattern of emotional abandonment from childhood. Healing requires recovery from codependency....
The disorder also varies from mild to extreme. But of all the narcissists, beware of malignant narcissists, who are the most pernicious, hostile, and destructive. Kernberg described malignant narcissism as a syndrome characterized by a narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), antisocial features, paranoid traits, and egosyntonic aggression. Other symptoms may include an absence of conscience, a psychological need for power, and a sense of importance (grandiosity) They take traits 6 & 7 to an extreme and are vindictive and malicious. Avoid them before they can psychologically destroy you.. They Unreasonably expects special, favorable treatment or compliance with his or her wishes and are perfectionists at Exploiting and taking advantage of others to achieve personal goals
Characteristics of Narcissitic Personality Disorder; pay close attention to characteristics 6 and 7, these characteristics are part of a Malignant Narcissist and can be extremely dangerous to your psychological well being.
1. A grandiose sense of self-importance and exaggerates achievements and talents
2. Dreams of unlimited power, success, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love
3. Lacks empathy for the feelings and needs of others
4. Requires excessive admiration
5. Believes he or she is special and unique, and can only be understood by, or should associate with other special or of high-status people (or institutions)
6. Unreasonably expects special, favorable treatment or compliance with his or her wishes
7. Exploits and takes advantage of others to achieve personal ends
8. Envies others or believes they’re envious of him or her
9. Has “an attitude” of arrogance or acts that way
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