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Self-Esteem Versus Narcissism The Value of Self-Esteem and the Dangers of Narcissism

 
Narcissism encourages envy and hostile rivalries, where self-esteem supports compassion and cooperation. Narcissism favors dominance, where self-esteem acknowledges equality. Narcissism involves arrogance, where self-esteem reflects humility. Narcissism is affronted by criticism, where self-esteem is enhanced by feedback. Narcissism makes it necessary to pull down others in order to stand above them. Self-esteem leads to perceiving every human being as a person of value in a world of meaning.
by RAVENOUSbird • 16 views • 3 comments • 1 week ago • category: Health
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Somehow two of these posted. I've no idea how. Sorry about that.


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Ugh. I was in a very twisted relationship with a high-scale narcissist from a dirty little eastern state for almost a decade. I didn’t know he was one then. I didn’t really know much about NPD at all, but his family started telling everyone he had been diagnosed and was frustrating the hell out of every therapist they tried. I’ve watched quietly from afar (like 2500 miles afar) how long it’s taken subsequent prey of his to figure it out. Sometimes it takes about 5 months for things to go sour, then the mind games really start, and I can see these women getting f’d up by their increasingly exasperating posts. Then break up. Make up...a few times. And once the break up lasts for a few months or even close to a year, he’ll try to recycle older prey or wait for the new prey to start feeling a little bit normal again. He has tried recycling me six times. Twice I let him back, over the 7 years, but the last four times I ignored him, even though sometimes I find messages in every single online service I have (for my music, like YouTube, soundcloud, reverbnation, etc.), email, FB, and I’m sometimes worried he’ll find me on here, but he’s too dumb to figure out streaming, thank God. I block, he makes new accounts. He also made a fake MySpace account years and years ago to talk me into calling him. We tracked the IP addresses and when I confronted the faker with the data....he denied it. He’d deny being in a video that you have of himself if it suited him to not be in it. He is a pathological liar like few I’ve ever seen, although I do see it out there now, and cannot be trusted even to keep his own kids’ future inheritances safe. I can spot them now, narcissists, and it is one of the worst mental illnesses because the sick person is too ego-inflated to ever admit they could be ill. It’s sad do see people like this getting away with hurting other people by breaking their hearts and making the prey think they are the crazy ones, as well as taking advantage of an entire nation.


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@ditzygypsy They're everywhere. And very common on the Internet. They love attention and drama and are usually the ones creating chaos. I'm sorry for your experience. smiley

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