Silence is one of the most significant weapons in a narcissist’s destructive arsenal.
A Narcopath is a narcissistic sociopath or a malignant narcissist. They possess traits of both Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) and Antisocial personality disorder (APD).
It’s no coincidence that during holidays, birthdays, and other special occasions, a narcissist’s ‘unpleasantness’ is in full beast mode.
It’s important to understand why you might ignore red flags so that if god forbid, you are ever in a situation with a narcissist again, you can be in a better place to run when the red flags start popping up.
You might find these slang terms helpful, whether you are dealing with someone with a professional NPD diagnosis or someone on the spectrum.
If you know what to do, and what NOT to do when engaging with them, you’ll have an easier time working with them.
This myth includes the idea that once you unmask the narcissist, they will leave you.
You’re going to be amazed how, when you stand in your true power, how little they can use against you. They will actually crumble and back off.
Relationships are considered transactions and work for narcissists as long as they’re getting their narcissistic supply.