The more seriously narcissistic a person is, the more entitled and expectational they’re likely to be.
There’s hidden power in manipulation tactics, which is just one reason why these persuasion tools are so effective.
We all have the power to make this a less violent world. The answer lies in character.
Children were never meant to lead or set the rules. They’re meant to be attentive students in a moral development school, under the tutilage of competent, trustworthy teachers and role models.
Heart thieves know just what to say and do to win you over. But whether they have the character to truly love you is quite another matter.
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Surviving narcissistic relationship partners requires special knowledge and, often, special help.
Some disturbed characters exhibit a pathology that goes well beyond their narcissism. The folks I call the “aggressive personalities” fit this category.
Why Most Narcissists Can’t Truly Love Most narcissists can’t truly love. And that’s primarily because they have trouble with the foundational principle or “commandment” of wholesome character. I introduced this principle in Character Disturbance and discuss it at length in Essentials for the Journey. In short, this principle involves being aware of one’s relationship to … Continue reading Why Most Narcissists Can’t Truly Love