What is narcissistic criticism
What you need to know about narcissism
They are always out for compliments and consider themselves so important that everyone has to submit to them. Due to their demanding attitude and the inability to recognize the needs of others, they sometimes shamelessly exploit their fellow human beings. They devalue strangers' achievements and successes: they have to make others small in order to feel great about themselves.
Narcissists are sociable but intolerant
The opposite is often hidden behind the megalomania of pathological narcissists. Those affected do not simply have excessive self-confidence. Rather, their self-worth is high, but fluctuates more and depends more than usual on the recognition of others. This makes them more vulnerable than other people. A derogatory remark or justified criticism can send pathological narcissists on a steep decline.
If that happens, they don't withdraw sadly, but see red. They are prone to outbursts of anger and as a rule see no reason to keep the peace. In psychology this trait is called “socially incompatible”. Typically, narcissists are also very extroverted - which can make for an explosive mix.
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