Is Infidelity A Given When It Comes To A Narcissist? If So, Why? When it comes to a narcissist, infidelity is a given. It is a fact of life that narcissists are serial cheaters. If you’re in a relationship with a narcissist, this is a painful concept to grasp. But denial won’t make it less true. One of the reasons Narcissists cheat is because of their unquenchable thirst for Narcissistic Supply. They have multiple sources in order to keep a steady flow of adoration, attention, and praise. Narcissists aren’t hindered by morals or values, and see nothing wrong with their … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissists And Serial Infidelity
Where Is The Line Between A Malignant Narcissist & A Sociopath? Are Sociopaths More Likely To Commit Murder And More Intense Things? Or Is A Malignant Narc Just As Intense? In my opinion, and from my experience as the wife of a Malignant Narcissist, they’re one and the same. Each is just as likely as the other to commit murder. Neither has a conscience or the ability to feel empathy. Neither has morals or ethics that prohibit them from the most heinous of sins. Throw in the term “psychopath” and you have a fitting description of my ex-husband. He tried … Continue reading Quora Answers: Psychopath, Sociopath, Or Malignant Narcissist?
Can One Develop NPD Because Of A Spoiled Upbringing? Never Having To Take Responsibility, Never Criticized, Told They Were Special And Better Than Others? Never Challenged Or Disciplined? Most definitely. Your question describes my ex-husband’s upbringing perfectly, and he’s a Malignant Narcissist. He managed to acquire NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder), as well as Antisocial Personality Disorder. He wasn’t diagnosed, of course. He doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with him, and has no need for therapy. But that doesn’t mean he’s not the poster child for someone who is Personality Disordered. He’s violent, sadistic, and extremely abusive to all living creatures. … Continue reading QuoraAnswers: The Nurtured Narcissist
Are Malignant Narcissists Considered To Be Neurotypicals? Oh Lord, no. No. No. Definitely not!! There’s nothing neurotypical about a Malignant Narcissist. A neurotypical is someone who doesn’t have Narcissistic Personality Disorder. To be more precise, it’s someone who doesn’t display any atypical neurological patterns of thought or behavior. A Malignant Narcissist is the absolute worst type of creature you can imagine. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM, doesn’t recognize it as a formal disorder. But anybody who has met one will tell you to avoid them at all costs. In my non-clinical opinion, they’re the most … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Malignant Narcissist And Cluster-B Disorders
Two Months After Surgery. Notice The Scar On My Neck. Did You Cheat On Your Narcissist? Yes, I did. Before I go any further, let me say that I’m not proud of it. Not because of anything having to do with him. But because I believe it’s wrong. Despite having had an awful marriage, and being divorced, I still believe in the institution of marriage. I don’t think it’s right to be unfaithful to one’s spouse. With that said, I’ll tell you why I cheated on him. I’m not justifying my actions. But simply telling you my mindset at the … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Narcissist’s Wife And Spite
What Seemingly Immediately Happened When Due To A Perceived Slight, A Narcissist Became Angry At His Relationship Partner? What happened to me when my Malignant Narcissist ex-husband felt slighted ranged from total degradation to extreme physical violence. Whether the perceived slight was misconstrued, or intentional on my part, didn’t matter. Once he became enraged, all hell generally broke loose. For me, anyway. Sometimes he would spit in my face. Other times, I got dragged around by my hair. He almost always hit me in the head with his fist. At one point toward the end of the marriage, he punched … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Slighted Narcissist
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. Annoying? Yes. Very. But evil? Not necessarily. I would say this type is on the lower end … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Malignant Narcissist
When A Narcissist Strangles A Victim, Will He Do It Again? Is It Likely That He’s Done It Before? Speaking from personal experience, I can almost guarantee a repeat episode. If a narcissist strangles a victim, it will happen again. And it most likely happened before. When I was still living with my Malignant Narcissist ex, I knew our 18-year marriage was coming to an end. Though at the time, I didn’t think I would survive it. And with good reason. I woke up one morning. And had barely gotten out of bed. When he grabbed me without warning. Before … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissists And Strangulation
Does A Narcissist Parent Disappear When Their Children Recognize Their Lies? My Malignant Narcissist ex-husband did. And when he tried to come back months later, he attempted to hoover both our son and me. To say it didn’t work is a bit of an understatement. Colton is autistic. He doesn’t have a filter that prevents him from saying exactly what he thinks. So in no uncertain terms, he let his father know he was aware of his bullshit. And that he wasn’t going to be fooled again, It would’ve been funny if it hadn’t been so scary. As is typical … Continue reading Quora Answers: Are Children Disposable To Narcissists?
Why Not Covert & Overt Narcissists? Why Covert & Malignant Instead? What’s The Difference Between Overt & Malignant? The terms “covert” and “overt” are describe the type of behavior patterns and narcissistic tendencies that someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) displays to the world. Covert behaviors mean the affected person hides their narcissistic tendencies. Their actions are introverted, or closeted. They actively sabotage the lives of others. But they do it undercover. This makes it harder to identify whether or not they’re a narcissist. It also enables them to abuse people indiscriminately. But generally without ever coming under suspicion. Like … Continue reading Quora Answers: Explanation Of Covert, Overt, And Malignant Narcissists