A Look Inside the Mind of a Narcissist

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By Dr. Perry, PhD

” But that’s the thing about narcissists. They can try to fool you, with all their heart, but in the end, they’re just fooling themselves.” ~Ellie Fox

An individual with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) has spent most of their life creating the illusion of a confident and self-assured individual. Tightly wound up in this facade is the desperate struggle to maintain this self-created image. Much like a toddler swimming in a grown-up’s suit, a narcissist has a difficult time filling out their personality with the essential characteristics of what they believe to be human. The narcissist’s eggshell ego is dependent on this armor for its very survival.

At the core of this personality disorder, there is a grandiose sense of self-worth, vanity, and entitlement. In order to feed their fragile egos, they seek out constant praise and admiration from others. They are unable to maintain healthy relationships and…

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3 thoughts on “A Look Inside the Mind of a Narcissist

    keepthinking said:
    March 21, 2018 at 2:20 pm

    According to you what’s the the difference between mind and brain?

      Biz Psycho responded:
      March 21, 2018 at 2:56 pm

      Good question. I think it depends on your philosophy and your views of what consciousness is.

        keepthinking said:
        March 21, 2018 at 4:59 pm

        Ya. But I’m interested to know ur views on this, if you don’t mind.

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