Narcissistic Personality Disorder

There are nine possible traits, and a person with genuine Narcissistic Personality Disorder will experience at least five of these to attain (if that’s the right word) a complete Narcissism Definition.

A person with Narcissistic Personality Disorder:

  1. has a grandiose sense of self-importance, (bragging about being on TV and his popularity constantly yet nobody pays any attention)
  2. is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love,(talks about how he is going to get back on TV)
  3. believes that he or she is “special” and unique
  4. requires excessive admiration (only talks about himself, to grab admiration from others)
  5. has a sense of entitlement
  6. is interpersonally exploitative
  7. lacks empathy (has absolutely no empathy for others)
  8. is often envious of others or believes others are envious of him or her (thinks people are jealous of him when he has nothing anyone else wants)
  9. shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes (pinky in the air like a snob and acts like he is better than everyone else)

This condition affects one percent of the population.First formulated in 1968, it was historically called megalomania, and it is closely linked to egocentrism.

There are many narcissistic traits but the primary ones are an exaggerated and bottomless need for attention and worship.(take away his viewers and trolls and he feels the reality that he is nobody,nothing,just a dickhead with a webcam)

Narcissists also display:

  • No concern at all for the needs, feelings, interests, ideas or even the thoughts of others (everything he says is an act)
  • Have a strong and unreasonable feeling of being entitled to have anything they want. Think of a 2-year-old in an adult body
  • Their motto is “Me FIRST!”
  • They lack empathy
  • Have unreasonable and outrageous expectations of friends, family and even strangers
  • Will exploit others to get what they need or want
  • Have no shame or conscience
  • Are very manipulative
  • Tend to be paranoid and suspicious of everyone’s motives
  • Easily angered
  • See any disagreement or the expression of an idea contrary to theirs, (like, “I’d rather go to McDonalds than Burger King) as a personal attack on them
  • Believe they are ENTITLED to special treatment, perks and recognition even if they have done absolutely NOTHING to deserve it