Narcissist Personality

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If a man with the narcissist personality was to go to a bar and see a beautiful woman, he would most likely do the following. Use his charm and show her why she needs and want him, not the other way around. He would use his charm and cockiness to show off his assents. To the woman he seems to have everything and more that she wants in a man and he is the perfect package. After she falls into his trap she will soon see that the brilliant man that she was so into is not so charming after all. The narcissist will quickly show the lady that nothing that she says or does is better than him in any way. He will show her just how about him it really is. He will completely neglect every need, want, and desire that she has. He will always have to be …show more content…
He will show her his sensitivity and manipulate her into thinking that he has everything all together. He will do anything necessary to get the woman on his side until she finally gives in to be in a relationship with him. Once together the woman will soon find out that the man is very needy, clingy, demanding and has an extremely negative effect on pretty much everyone he’s around. She will find out that the sweet sensitive man that approached her at the bar was a man who has some sort of emptiness that can’t be filled. She will also find out that he is always quick to play the victim role or always felt that he was the outcast. She would find that he would always accuse her of being disloyal even if there is no evidence or suspicions at all. The woman would have to always provide the attention that she would a child in order to make the man with the borderline personality feel special. She would have to deal with his hostile yet demanding attitude, and always be ready for him to turn on her for the smallest things. He will do things to this woman and place the blame on her. For an example, he will beat her to a pulp and then say things like “look at what you made me do” and “you’re the reason why I hit

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