How to Spot a Narcissist

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How to Spot a Narcissist

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How can you spot a narcissist? I’m a clinical psychologist named Dr. D’Arienzo. I’ll give five indicators that you could be interacting with a narcissist.

Receiving criticism: Even constructive criticism is too much for their flimsy self-esteem to take. Feedback appears to be an outright assault.

Losing Control: Because it contradicts their inflated self-image, they feel powerless when they lose control of the situations and people around them.

They need attention and affirmation, so when they are ignored or don’t get what they think they deserve, they pout, get agitated, and lose their cool.

Exposure: In order to preserve their inflated self-image, they adopt a fake persona, but when their flaws or manipulations are revealed, they launch an assault.

When they lose a competition, they become angry, make excuses, and “file away” a major grudge because they believe they are better than others and feel inferior when they are defeated. Losing affects a narcissist personally.

Of course, we all possess some of these characteristics, but a narcissist would have them all to an extreme. Get expert assistance if it describes you or the person you are in a relationship with.

The DSM-V-TR lists the following as some instances of the clinical signs of narcissism:

  • At least five of the following demonstrate the pervasive patterns of grandiosity (fantasy or behaviors), a craving for admiration, as well as a lack of empathy.
  • Exaggerating successes, expecting to be viewed as superior without really accomplishing the accomplishments, etc. are examples of having an inflated sense of one’s own importance.
  • Obsession with idealized representations of strength, wisdom, wealth, beauty, or perfect love.
  • A conviction that they are “special” and should only interact with similarly special individuals (or institutions).
    necessitate overwhelming awe.
  • Possess a sense of entitlement, such as an irrational expectation of being treated well or having expectations met).
  • Is exploitative and uses others to further their own goals.
  • Lacks empathy and is unable to relate to others’ needs.
  • Frequently harbor envy for others or think that others harbor envy for them.
  • Display snobbish, cocky actions and attitudes.

    The diagnosis of NPD and other personality disorders requires examination of long-term patterns of functioning. In today’s society, the diagnosis is unquestionably overused and over spoken. Only a psychologist or psychiatrist should provide the diagnosis.

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