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If you completely ignore a narcissist will he act as if you are superior to him and subsequently behave himself?

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2006-08-10 11:22:09

Again, Narcissism is a rare and serious diagnosed personality disorder, not a label. By nature of the disorder a true narcissist wouldn't think anyone is superior to him.

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Not if the narcissist is as smart as she/he believes herself/himself to be.


Not likely. The narcissist is more likely to be addicted to himself.


According to Sam Vaknin, a narcissist and self-proclaimed expert on all things narcissistic, there are two types, cerebral and somatic. The cerebral type believes himself mentally superior and the somatic type belives himself to be physically and sexually superior. These two classifications however, are not universally accepted.


There is no evidence that he is a narcissist.


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No he is a Narcissist and only believes in himself.


By definition, a narcissist only loves himself.



someone who thinks he is so handsome that becomes in love with himself.


Ehen he's more on love with himself than he is you.


A narcissist and more extreme would be psychopath


Why bother? He will only be falling for those bits of himself that he sees in you.


As long as a narcissist has a mirror, they are with the person they love the most. The narcissist does not want his real self to be revealed. He/she only wants to be acknowledged as superior and better then he/she really is. So every time he/she is around other people, there will always be a chance someone recognising him as a phony, because he/she will be playing a role. So when he does not feel strong and confident enough, he withdraws to be with the one and only person he trusts to gladly be fooled - hem/herself. A narcissist can only hide himself the most from himself, because he will cooperate perfectly in this game of fooling himself. So in fact, a narcissist is not really hiding himself from others, he is hiding from people so he does not have to be confronted with himself, the person he in fact is ashamed of. That's why you NEED to learn to love yourself as you are!!! With all your weaknesses, all your troubles etc... In fact you are not weak at all and you'll gain strength by appreciating yourself. Good luck! By the way, I used to be a narcissist 13 years ago and now I'm healed, I can only understand narcissists by memories of how I used to think. Otherwise I am as puzzled and stunned by their behavior as anyone else.


Because he's a narcissist. It's what he does. Likes himself... Also, he may be a tad too busy imagining how great he looked when he orgasmed...


By ignoring them and make them feel they are not needed or important. But some narcissist also ignore her/his environment, and thus focus only for her/himself. Thus, they may not really care if you ignore or try to hurt them.


Yes. They will return for many years, to torture the devalued, if they can, especially if the narcissist is a psychopath. My ex-narcissist expressed it himself very well. He just said, "I am a very evil person, and I enjoy making people suffer." Basically he will return if he thinks he can get anything out of you...money, sex, or a place to stay, for himself or his new girlfriend. And narcissists may alternate between vaulation and devaluation over and over, especially with people who cannot get away from him, such as blood relatives. If the person is currently useful to the narcissist, he will be valued. Once the narcissist is done, or if the person criticizes or tells the narcissist "no", they are devalued all over again.


That there basically was 2 races. The one superior and the other inferior. He, himself was of the superior race, the aryan race.


Because he is projecting how he feels about himself on her. It's as simple as that.


He loves himself more. Are you sure you want a commitment from a narcissist? He is not ready for a commitment. You need to decide for yourself how long you want to stay in the relationship without a commitment.


Well, a narcissist is someone who is in love with themselves. So it is possible that he may not like you as much as himself, but that's only if he's a drastic case of narcissism.


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If hes ALWAYS looking in the mirror or making sure he looks good, or can not stop talking about himself.



No. A narcissist will idealize others he perceives as "better" than he is and he will work hard to charm and seduce them. However, once the object of the N's idealization accepts him into their life, that person becomes unworthy of the narcissist. The N then spends much energy degrading that person in either an effort to make himself feel superior using a captive target, or because the person, in his mind, has shown him/herself to be inferior (because s/he has accepted the N who he KNOWS is inferior).




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