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When it comes I am being taken to the times long forgotten. To testify the scenes I so wanted to forget. There are ones who also want it be forgotten, but it shall never be. The good angels are protecting the painful memories so I can wear the shield and the sword when the day comes. Indifferent I am. Cold as stone. No more harm can be done to me. I abandon like I was once abandoned.


Narcissism is a personality disorder that is characterized by an excessive need for admiration, a lack of empathy, and an inflated sense of self-importance. Narcissism can occur in individuals who have other personality disorders as well. Narcissistic people frequently engage in behaviors that are manipulative and controlling in order to satisfy their own needs and desires, frequently at the expense of the needs and desires of others.

Some people have the perception that narcissistic people are “evil” because they are unable to empathize with others and because they are willing to take advantage of and manipulate other people for their own benefit. Their actions can cause harm and suffering to those around them, and they may be indifferent or even hostile toward the feelings and needs of others. Their actions can cause harm and suffering to those around them.

In addition, people who suffer from narcissism frequently display a lack of remorse or guilt for their actions, and they frequently point the finger of blame at others for their own shortcomings or mistakes. Because of this, it may be difficult for them to accept responsibility for their behavior, and it may give the impression that they are uncaring and unfeeling.

Although not all people who have narcissistic personality disorder are “evil,” the fact that they lack empathy and behave in a manipulative and controlling manner can bring pain and suffering to those who are in their immediate environment. Because of this, they may come across as heartless and unlikeable, which may cause tension and resentment in their interpersonal relationships.