Confusion is a tactic that highly narcissistic people use to control. Narcissists are inherently inveterate liars (practiced and skilled.) They are highly skilled manipulators. True narcissists lack conscience, this in turn allows them to lie without missing a beat. Narcissists count on the fact that when they first meet someone the person does not know what they are. Most people are trusting right off the bat. Most people. including many psychologists and therapists, are just as gullable as anyone else. Many people with NPD seek out these professionals as tools to manupulate others. A narcissists perception of others is that they simply "don't know the difference." Narcissists when confronted will passionately deny, cry, and become enraged that someone has the audacity to confront them. You can show them video, or play them a recording of them saying or doing something they may claim that YOU fabricated it. A narcissist IS NEVER At Fault. Ultimately, the ability to confuse is just another toolbox or knee jerk tactic to control another. Inveterate liars can even make the absurd sound plausable when they lie. Reflection as a way of dealing with a narcissist will simply make them enraged. Rage tends to be the narcissists last defense. When a narcissist realizes they can no longer manupulate someone, the narcissist has no more use for that person. I think that they do it as a matter of course. It's a natural by product of who they are..... of their conflicting emotions and over valuation and devaluation process.... their outside activities and feelings of entitlement. They pull you in when they feel you're drifting then get conflicted about that and feel sick with the threat of intimacy. It may seem out of the blue, but there's rhyme and reason there. If they persue other sources.... they may pick fights to do that. It's WHO they are.... not something they DO to you in a personal hateful manner. That's why it's so confusing to be involved with them. They're constantly flipping and flopping..... until we're walking on eggshells and find wer're frightened that we're doing, even that, wrong. That really is a sad statement...and it makes me very very sad for myself but....that's pretty much how it goes if you're dependant on the N's moods and good will. Think Gaslighting and don't take it personally. Tremusan I think that they do it as a matter of course. It's a natural by product of who they are..... of their conflicting emotions and over valuation and devaluation process.... their outside activities and feelings of entitlement. They pull you in when they feel you're drifting then get conflicted about that and feel sick with the threat of intimacy. It may seem out of the blue, but there's rhyme and reason there. If they persue other sources.... they may pick fights to do that. It's WHO they are.... not something they DO to you in a personal hateful manner. That's why it's so confusing to be involved with them. They're constantly flipping and flopping..... until we're walking on eggshells and find wer're frightened that we're doing, even that, wrong. That really is a sad statement...and it makes me very very sad for myself but....that's pretty much how it goes if you're dependant on the N's moods and good will. Think Gaslighting and don't take it personally. Tremusan
this is confusing but the answer to horse isle is art
No, it is not. It is a noun, a language term for speech that is deliberately ambiguous, confusing, or evasive. Sometimes the term is extended to euphemisms (or "spin").
Very confusing question. Please clarify what you want to know.
comparative more confusing, superlative most confusing
mass is confusing
'was confusing' is past continuous'is confusing' is present simple continuous'is going to be confusing' is future continuous
The examples are deliberately confusing. 63/7 = 9 63/9 = 7 If the dividends are the same, the smaller divisor will create the greater quotient. Choose 93.
because you tell your self its confusing tell your self you love life and that i will get through it and it want be confusing and talk to people about life and why its so confusing to you!
Here are some sentences.That is a confusing argument.Stop confusing me with your lies.
Confusing means "difficult to understand".
We ALL have a little narcissism in us and it boils down to "ego." Some are just more quiet about it and most of us (thank heavens) are not abusive in nature about it. Most people would understand what a narcissist is, but unfortunately it comes under verbal/physical abuse. Until a psychologist/psychiatrist has diagnosed a person as being a narcissist then it is just arm-chair psychology. It's best to relate to another person the verbal or physical way the person treated you and forget this new age word "narcissist" because it's confusing.
Because in order to answer a question, it must first make some type of sense. "This breed" is a deliberately vague and confusing object in this sentence and and the whole question should be scrapped because the whole thing is completely buggered.
opposite of most confusing
That is the correct spelling of "confusing" (bewildering, unclear).
Easy, they are only confusing because they try to be cool. Most of the time they are confusing because their friends tell them to be!
The word 'confusing' is the present participle of the verb to confuse (confuses, confusing, confused).The noun form for the verb to confuse are confusability, confusion, and the gerund (present participle of the verb), confusing.
That entirely depends upon the value system of the "target" of the narcissist. For the naive, loyal, trusting sorts...the answer is likely "yes." For those who effectively learn from and use previous life experiences to form their value system and this results in useful critical thinking, healthy suspicions or healthy self-confidence....the answer is likely "no." I believe the most confounding characteristic of the narcissist is that "bait-and-switch-and-then-switch-back-to-the-bait" socializing technique of theirs! They're nice. They're a terror. They turn back to nice. On the receiving end, this is...confusing. And for many, especially those who believe all people are inherently "good,"...there's the inclination to cling to the nice-part of the narcissist; a personal hope/belief that the narcissist will somehow BE or RETURN to BEING that "nice" person that s/he first met or has known. It's hard to let go of that nice or charming person whom they initially knew or met...
Yes and the longer you live the more confusing it gets
Which is confusing to the reader
The opposite of the adjective confusing would be clear, straightforward, or understandable.The opposite of the act of confusing (someone) would be clarifying or enlightening.
How confusing to the world is it when a guy covered with tattoos.
Girls can be confusing for many reasons. 1) The girl may not be aware that she is confusing you 2) The girl may not know what she wants JUST TALK TO THE GIRL AND CLARIFY THINGS, that's what I would want a guy that I am confusing to do
If one has narcissistic tendencies and characteristics then later in life when those are totally entrenched in one's character, even with self knowledge, my psychiatrist informs me that it is impossible to change them. She says that one has to learn strategies to deal with them. Surely, if one of the characteristics of a narcissist is to have a 'false self' then one is only creating a further 'false self' albeit with hindsight and awareness. Awareness of narcissistic characteristics is terrifying, and confusing, and I would question anyone that has not queried their own motives, or realised that they behave differently from others, at some point in their lives. Sometimes I feel that self knowledge is not always a good thing.
There is nothing confusing about the book of Exodus. This is a story from the Bible.