Countless books and millions of words. Legends, religions, and various cultures. What a squander. The truth I’m about to reveal to you. It’s almost here. Lack of empathy, a need for control, pathological lying, a sense of entitlement, and a sense of superiority. That’s all there is to it. Thanks. Bye.
Narcissism is a personality disorder defined by a person’s inability to empathize with others, their need for constant praise, and their own sense of superiority. Individuals with multiple personality disorders are at increased risk for developing narcissism. Those who are narcissistic often resort to controlling and manipulative actions to get what they want, even if it means sacrificing the needs of others.
Narcissists have a bad rep because of the stereotype that they are self-centered and selfish, and because they often exploit and manipulate those around them. They may be callous or even hostile to the feelings and needs of those around them, and their actions may cause harm and suffering to those in their vicinity. All those around them are vulnerable to harm and pain at their hands.
In addition, those with narcissism frequently blame others for their own shortcomings or mistakes while showing no remorse or guilt for their own behavior. Because of this, they may have trouble taking responsibility for their actions, and others may view them as cold and heartless.
Even though not everyone with narcissistic personality disorder is “evil,” their lack of empathy and controlling behaviors can cause harm to those who live in close proximity to them. They may come off as cold and uncaring to others, which can aggravate existing tensions and build resentment.