Tag Archives: remorse

Malignant Narcissists Use and Abuse Remorselessly

Character-impaired folks inevitably use and abuse others. And the more they lack conscience and empathy, the more seriously they’re likely to use and abuse.

Another Aggressive Personality Primer

The aggressive personality is out to win and often at all costs. Such a mindset and behavior always takes a heavy toll on relationships.

Severe Character Disorders

Presently, there’s no treatment for severe character disorders. This is especially true when it comes to psychopaths.

Intimacy Capacity Defines Character

As much as we crave naturally intimacy, many of us learn to fear it. We try to stay open. But painful experiences invite us to close. The hallmark of our character disturbed age is the lack of genuinely loving relationships.

Some Manipulators Enjoy Toying with You

Folks devoid of empathy will hurt you without compunction. They might regret certain consequences, but they rarely experience genuine remorse or contrition. How someone acts when they’ve hurt you tells all you really need to know about their character.

Characters Who Use and Abuse

Grandiose narcissists so wantonly use and abuse because they have little heart. They lack empathy. And they have little shame. And the more lacking they are in these things, the more easily they exploit.

Personality and Character Disorders: When It’s Serious

The most severely disordered characters among us are not the “hot-headed” types who sometimes let their passions get the better of them and do things they might sometimes later regret but rather the “cold-hearted” sorts who chronically and ruthelessly try to get the better of others.

Empathy and Character Disturbance

Perhaps there’s no more urgent question needing answering in our age of more rampant character disturbance than how we can better foster empathy development in our children.

The Character Disturbance Continuum – Part 3

Malignant narcissists don’t really need anyone nor do they particularly care about anyone other than themselves.