No it is absolutely not true that narcisists read people correctly. Their whole modus vivendi is to make themselves look and feel grandiose by putting others down. They are very judgmental, they constatnly judge others as inferior to themselves, but worst of all is that they project all their weaknesses, insecurities, faults etc on to others, especially their partner.
Another thought from a different contributor:Im not an expert, but I've had a couple of important relationships with people who certainly appear to qualify as N's. I agree they underestimate people and belittle others; however, one factor that makes them so good at manipulating is that they quickly discern a person's vulnerabilities. Once they see what they perceive as another person's weakness, they can use that information to control. That's part of the reason they like to have a partner who is not totally confident or completely independent in personality. They see another's "weakness" as an opportunity to maneuver that person through fear and/or pain. It makes being honest with them a very risky behavior.AnswerThe N I knew liked to boast that he could read people, and I feel he could read me in the moment he met me but I soon realized his powers were limited to quick reads only. He lacked sensitivity to subtle behaviors. And I witnessed his misinterpretation of other people's reaction to him often. He was not always correct. His recall of a person's reaction to him was not the same as what I witnessed. There was a strange disconnect.
This is the correct spelling. Narcissists.
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "assessments."
It would be a complete sentence if it was grammatically correct. Exceptional times require exceptional measures. (The verb should match the subject, which is plural.)
That is the correct spelling of "special" (exceptional, or distinct).
That is the correct spelling of ability (a capacity or qualification).
no,but it can be used in some exceptional instance
It is correct English to say decent skill but not decent ability
This is a very disputed point. I personally think Ritchie Blackmore (exceptional musical sense, exceptional solos, exceptional riffs, exceptional charisma) but there are cases to be made for Eddie Van Halen, Jimi Hendrix and Slash. Especially Jimi Hendrix, which is the correct answer, and anybody who says otherwise was born in 1990!
if I'm correct it is Turmoil
Correct, all children should go to school (barring exceptional circumstances).
No, the silence treatment is not a form of communication, no matter who says that it is.
With a slight difference in meaning, use either "ability to read" or "ability in reading."
The correct spelling is strength (power, or ability).
The correct spelling is "intellect" (mental ability).
That is the correct spelling of "strength" (power, or notable ability).
That is the correct spelling of "forte" ( special skill or ability).
That is the correct spelling of "maneuverability" (ability to turn or maneuver).
no, try 'you will not be able to' or 'you do not have the ability to' maybe?
You lose the ability to use correct grammar.
That is the correct spelling of the word "buoyancy" (lightness, ability to float).
I feel narcissists aren't sub-human. They are very human. They just don't realize they are human. They think (and behave) as if they are Immortals, like the movie Highlander. They look human, but they are a more-evolved version of humanity that is entitled to whatever the lesser species has, kind of like raising cattle for food and clothing.
The correct answer is A. The ability to do something.
so you are fit and play at your best ability
As I know, Demetri's special ability is tracking... And if I'm correct, Demetri catches the tenor of one's thoughts and follows it.
Muscular Endurance!(The answer above is the correct answer)