What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Top 6 FAQ

What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Top 6 FAQ


What are the signs of narcissism? What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Disease Or Medical Condition) Plus the official DSM 5 diagnosis criteria.

A victim of narcissistic personality disorder will exhibit at least five of the following traits

1. A grandiose sense of self-importance

2. A preoccupation with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love

3. A belief that he or she is “special” and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)

4. A requirement for excessive admiration

5. A sense of entitlement – unreasonable expectations of especially favourable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations

6. Interpersonal exploitativeness – taking advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends

7. A lack of empathy and an unwillingness to recognise or identify with the feelings and needs of others

8. Enviousness of others – along with the belief that others are envious of him or her

9. A tendency to arrogant, haughty behaviours or attitudes

Source: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV

How to Deal with Narcissists

How to Deal with Narcissists


How to Deal with Narcissists Who Gaslight, Manipulate and Verbally Abuse You – So, you’ve figured out that you’re involved in a toxic relationship with a narcissist. And you want to know exactly what you need to look for when it comes to being relentlessly mentally and emotionally tortured by the narcissist – you need to know how to deal with gaslighting. Knowledge is power, and understanding what you’re dealing with can even the playing field when it comes to dealing with a narcissist.

Whether you’re married to a narcissist, you’re employed by one or you’re otherwise related to one, any sort of involvement with a narcissist or a person with narcissistic personality disorder can become incredibly toxic and overwhelming for the people who are in the position of being a narcissistic supply.

Guilt Trips, NPD and Manipulation Psychology

Guilt Trips, NPD and Manipulation Psychology

Narcissists guilt trip you like crazy – and who among us hasn’t been on one of those? Only sociopaths are able to NEVER feel guilt – and for those of us who do feel it, guilt is distressing and draining.

More help with guilt trips – playlist here. 

There doesn’t seem to be a cure. You’ve done or said something you regret – or you’ve been made to feel guilty when you didn’t deserve it – thanks to narcissistic manipulation. In any case, you’re uncomfortable without an obvious solution. What can be done about it now?

Narcissists Love to Guilt Trip You: NPD and Manipulation Psychology

How do you abuse an empath?

How do you abuse an empath?

Maybe you were already aware of this, but there is an incredibly toxic attraction between an empath and a narcissist.

Shockingly, it’s not just the narcissist that drives the paradigm of abuse – it’s also the person the narcissist is inevitably attracted to – the empath.

An empath is someone who has “the ability to read and understand people and be in-tune with or resonate with others, voluntarily or involuntarily of one’s empath capacity.”

Since an empath actually feels the feelings of other people, they have trouble not feeling sympathy for the narcissist – even though they clearly don’t deserve it. In this video, entitled How to Abuse an Empath, I’ll fill you in on the how and the why of narcissistic abuse against empaths, as well as why they are so toxically attracted to one another. 

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