Do Non-Malignant Narcissists Exist? If So, How Do They Behave?
Yes, non-malignant narcissists exist.
In fact, the majority of narcissists are not malignant.
From what I’ve observed over the years, Narcissism appears to be on a spectrum.
Similar to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
But only because of the varying degrees of severity, depending on the individual.
For example, I have known people who wouldn’t necessarily be candidates for Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
But they were narcissistic enough to be obnoxious and unpleasant to associate with.
But evil? Not necessarily.
I would say this type is on the lower end of the narcissism spectrum, as it were.
Then you have those people who aren’t malignant.
But may still become violent.
Some have covert tendencies.
Some are overt.
Both are potentially dangerous.
But not necessarily deadly.
Though some are fully capable of extreme violence, they may not act on those impulses.
This type is quite a bit higher on the spectrum.
The Malignant Narcissist is a whole other beast.
Out of the worst of beasts.
Fortunately, they aren’t as common as other types of narcissists.
Those that are truly malignant are an example of the worst mankind has to offer.
They’re capable of the most despicable and inhumane behavior you can’t imagine.
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