We mustn’t “minimise the experience” of people who are very often unbearable,


Locutus
#1
manipulative, exploitative, emotionally unstable, and indifferent to the wellbeing of anyone but themselves.

The chronically captious ladies and other-gendered beings at Everyday Feminism, where everyone is terribly complicated and fascinating, want us to know that people with narcissistic personality disorder are also victims of heteropatriachal capitalist society. And that not being overly keen on the company of pathologically narcissistic people, possibly because of their dishonesties, neediness and obnoxious sense of entitlement, is “ableist,” bigoted and therefore wicked.

read it here

5 Things You Got Wrong About Narcissistic Personality Disorder — Everyday Feminism

bring on the cleansing
 
Curious Cdn
#2
Ever worked for a narcisistic bully?
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Ever worked for a narcisistic bully?

Not me, but the country did elect one to be PM.
 
TenPenny
#4
So, if I read that correctly, people with NPD aren't vain and self-centered, they just have an over-inflated sense of their own importance.


Whoever drew the cartoon didn't realize that;s the same thing.
 

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