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My sense of self worth has sometimes been extremely narcissistic (when a child...) and extremely low (as a young adult) but I'm coming round to the idea I have a narcissistic 'base' to me.I have been feeling in the last few years that I'm not sure who I am anymore, and I'm starting to think it is because the self image I cling to is not in fact me, but is an overcompensation from when I was outcasted as a child at school, criticised excessively at home, but also told I was 'gifted'. I'm not sure I was ever particularly entitled, but I did think I was superior up until my teen years (to other kids, I mean), and I notice that I am also attracted to narcissists and 'see myself' in them.On the other hand, narcissists are often quick to judge, criticize, ridicule, and blame you. By making you feel inferior, they boost their fragile ego, and feel better about themselves. Manipulation: Using Others as an Extension of Self. Copyright violation may subject the violator to legal prosecution.Making decisions for others to suit one’s own needs. is available as a presenter, workshop facilitator, and private coach. References Being a narcissistic person is also suffering, that one is worse, to anything and why you need to shine in order to erase the suffering., which they project in order to avoid feeling (and being seen as) the real, disenfranchised, wounded self. Many narcissists like to do things to impress others by making themselves look good externally.Deep down, most pathological narcissists feel like the “ugly duckling,” even if they painfully don’t want to admit it. Shows wanton disregard for other people’s thoughts, feelings, possessions, and physical space. Shows little remorse and blames the victim for one’s own lack of respect. This “trophy” complex can exhibit itself physically, romantically, sexually, socially, religiously, financially, materially, professionally, academically, or culturally.I started dating a man 10 months ago and it has been a rocky relationship to say the least.
But ironic how you shift blame onto someone else for something lacking in your own life - there's sure enough people ass-uming that all narcissists are men - 2 way street folks ...
I know it's coming these days I just expect it now ... but at least I get up and walk away heart ripped out and shamed but my performance was second to none - I held my role longer than most - I did my best while I'm on the outside of the show actually living and crowd forgets my name I'm no longer the victim I'm not interesting or in the lime light But you are ..
Your still on that stage and it's a matter of time before she gets her heart ripped out better still it's a matter of time before she knows when it's coming just as I did And it's her they all talk about and the show you both put on and how shocking and exhausting it is But now I walk past and I don't even look at the poster or billboard because I know the story already start to finish I know how it's begins and ends You never get a scratch yet she gets her fucking heart ripped out I think to myself I fucking told you so you'll be there till there's no more understudys and you've gone through all the extras ... I'm living in the real world I have to totally disagree with the part about stealing and under tipping.
My young mind decided I was 'special' and that's why I was alone - others were just too stupid to understand me. I get the sense that I am 'finally with someone on my level', like 'I belong here'. Fortunately, I'm aware such ideas are absurd and as a much more balanced adult am able to see that and question it.
It's relieving to see myself as 'just human' and not superhuman, or subhuman for that matter.
They may throw a tantrum if you disagree with their views, or fail to meet their expectations.