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In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted fears of [[DudeWheresMyRespect being ignored or otherwise failing to receive recognition commensurate to their inflated self-worth]]. By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their image in others' eyes. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]].However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.

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In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted fears of [[DudeWheresMyRespect being ignored or otherwise failing to receive recognition commensurate to their inflated self-worth]]. By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their image in others' eyes. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]]. However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.


In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted fears of [[DudeWheresMyRespect being ignored or otherwise failing to receive adequate recognition]]. By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their image in others' eyes. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]].However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.

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In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted fears of [[DudeWheresMyRespect being ignored or otherwise failing to receive adequate recognition]].recognition commensurate to their inflated self-worth]]. By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their image in others' eyes. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]].However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.


In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted concerns of inadequacy (often at others' expense). By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their own self-worth. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]]. Ultimately, these characteristics not only make narcissistic personalities [[JerkAss highly obnoxious]] but also very dangerous as well. However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.

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In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted concerns fears of inadequacy (often at others' expense). [[DudeWheresMyRespect being ignored or otherwise failing to receive adequate recognition]]. By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their own self-worth.image in others' eyes. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]]. Ultimately, these characteristics not only make narcissistic personalities [[JerkAss highly obnoxious]] but also very dangerous as well. However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.


More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and are much less susceptible to experience shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, the "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.

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More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and are much less susceptible to experience shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, the "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're anything; they're simply acting out their expectations.


More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and are much less susceptible to experience shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.

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More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and are much less susceptible to experience shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, the "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.


In public, narcissists actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted concerns of inadequacy (often at others' expense). By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their own self-worth. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]]. Ultimately, these characteristics not only make narcissistic personalities [[JerkAss highly obnoxious]] but also very dangerous as well. However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.

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In public, narcissists [[GloryHound actively seek to project an image of perfection which inspires admiration, envy, and/or worship from others.others]]. However, despite appearing boastful and overconfident to those around them, narcissists are in reality highly insecure and depend on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_supply narcissistic supply]] in order to maintain peace of mind. By obtaining external confirmation for their fantasies of superiority, the narcissist is able to cancel out deep-rooted concerns of inadequacy (often at others' expense). By the same token, [[CantTakeCriticism narcissists are highly sensitive to criticism]] or failure in any form which they consider dangerous to their own self-worth. Due to the fact that narcissists automatically view anyone who undermines their grandiose self-image with paranoia and hatred, he/she will often target such individuals with extreme prejudice and [[TheUnfettered go to ANY lengths to neutralize them as a "threat"]]. Ultimately, these characteristics not only make narcissistic personalities [[JerkAss highly obnoxious]] but also very dangerous as well. However, unlike [[TheSociopath sociopaths]], narcissists are not ''entirely'' devoid of redeeming qualities given that they are capable of experiencing shame for their actions as well as sincere (albeit self-centered) affection towards others.


Narcissists generally disdain emotional intimacy due to the fact that they largely view others as either enemies or inferiors who exist for their own gain or gratification. In the event that a narcissist [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes genuinely becomes emotionally attached to someone]], he/she views that person as a mere extension of themselves as opposed to a separate individual with his/her own thoughts and feelings. Given that they see those they profess to care about [[ItsAllAboutMe as merely part of a greater whole]], narcissists have no qualms [[ConsummateLiar deceiving]] or [[ManipulativeBastard manipulating]] such individuals whenever it suits them to do so. Furthermore, in the case of ''particularly'' [[AboveGoodAndEvil amoral]] and/or [[AxCrazy unstable]] examples of this trope, the friends and loved ones of a narcissist remain always at risk of being '''killed''' if [[YouHaveFailedMe they fail to meet his/her expectations]] or [[TheUnfettered their deaths will somehow further his/her own selfish agenda]].

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Narcissists generally disdain emotional intimacy due to the fact that they largely view others as either enemies or inferiors who exist for their own gain or gratification. In the event that a narcissist [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes genuinely becomes emotionally attached to someone]], he/she views that person as a mere extension of themselves as opposed to a separate individual with his/her own thoughts and feelings. Given that they see those they profess to care about [[ItsAllAboutMe as merely part of a greater whole]], narcissists have no qualms [[ConsummateLiar deceiving]] or [[ManipulativeBastard manipulating]] such individuals whenever it suits them to do so. Furthermore, in the case of ''particularly'' [[AboveGoodAndEvil amoral]] and/or [[AxCrazy unstable]] examples of this trope, the friends and loved ones of a narcissist remain always at risk of being '''killed''' if [[YouHaveFailedMe they fail to to]] [[HonorRelatedAbuse meet his/her expectations]] or [[TheUnfettered their deaths will somehow further his/her own selfish agenda]].


Some forms of narcissism employ [[BlackAndWhiteInsanity black and white thinking called splitting]] as a central defense mechanism to stabilize their sense of self—viewing [[TautologicalTemplar themselves as wholly good]] and those that would criticize or [[BreakTheHaughty humiliate]] them as [[TautologicalTemplar purely wicked or contemptible.]]

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Some forms of narcissism employ [[BlackAndWhiteInsanity black and white thinking called splitting]] as a central defense mechanism to stabilize their sense of self—viewing [[TautologicalTemplar themselves as wholly good]] and those that would criticize or [[BreakTheHaughty humiliate]] them as [[TautologicalTemplar purely wicked or contemptible.]]]]
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More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and are much less susceptible to experience shame and guilt, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.

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More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and are much less susceptible to experience shame and guilt, shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.


More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is better at maintaining a strong surface as they really don't care very much about what other people think of them and rarely ever feel actual shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.

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More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is much better at maintaining a strong surface as they really don't tend not to care very much about what other people think of them and rarely ever feel actual shame, are much less susceptible to experience shame and guilt, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.


There is some controversy as to what type of childhood narcissists had. Some researches believe that narcissists were [[SpoiledBrat overvalued by their parents]], while others think that they had a rather [[FreudianExcuse dismal childhood]]. With the recent introduction of the idea of grandiose and vulnerable subtypes, the consensus seems to be that grandiose narcissists where likely the former, while vulnerable narcissists likely had the latter.

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There is some controversy as to what type of childhood narcissists had. Some researches believe that narcissists were [[SpoiledBrat overvalued by their parents]], while others think that they had a rather [[FreudianExcuse dismal childhood]]. With the recent introduction of the idea of grandiose and vulnerable subtypes, the consensus seems to be that grandiose narcissists where were likely the former, while vulnerable narcissists likely had the latter.


There is some controversy as to what type of childhood narcissists had. Some researches believe that narcissists were [[SpoiledBrat overvalued by their parents]], while others think that they had a rather [[FreudianExcuse dismal childhood]]. With the recent introduction of the "grandiose and vulnerable paradigm" idea, the consensus seems to be that grandiose narcissists where likely the former, while vulnerable narcissists likely had the latter.

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There is some controversy as to what type of childhood narcissists had. Some researches believe that narcissists were [[SpoiledBrat overvalued by their parents]], while others think that they had a rather [[FreudianExcuse dismal childhood]]. With the recent introduction of the "grandiose idea of grandiose and vulnerable paradigm" idea, subtypes, the consensus seems to be that grandiose narcissists where likely the former, while vulnerable narcissists likely had the latter.


There is some controversy as to what type of childhood narcissists had. Some researches believe that narcissists were [[SpoiledBrat overvalued by their parents]], while others think that they had a rather [[FreudianExcuse dismal childhood]].

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There is some controversy as to what type of childhood narcissists had. Some researches believe that narcissists were [[SpoiledBrat overvalued by their parents]], while others think that they had a rather [[FreudianExcuse dismal childhood]].
childhood]]. With the recent introduction of the "grandiose and vulnerable paradigm" idea, the consensus seems to be that grandiose narcissists where likely the former, while vulnerable narcissists likely had the latter.


More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is better at maintaining a strong surface as they really don't care very much about what other people think of them and rarely ever feel actual shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to an attempt to over-compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.

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More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is better at maintaining a strong surface as they really don't care very much about what other people think of them and rarely ever feel actual shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to be an attempt to over-compensate (over-)compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.


More recently, psychologists has begun to discuss that there actually are two subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder. An "overt" or "grandiose" subtype, which is expressed by behavior that most people would typically associate with narcissism; grandiosity, arrogance, emotional coldness, aggressiveness, and exhibitionism. The other is the "covert" or "vulnerable" subtype, which are more emotionally sensitive, and tend to be much quicker to feel anxious, depressed, and victimized when they feel deprived of attention and/or respect. Where the "grandiose" type is better at maintaining a strong surface as they really don't care very much about what other people think of them and rarely ever feel actual shame, the "vulnerable" type is conversely preoccupied with fears of rejection and abandonment and the whole reason for their behavior appears to an attempt to over-compensate for low self-esteem and a deep-seated sense of shame. At the core, "vulnerable" type is believed to exhibit narcissistic behavior to cope with a trauma or similar emotional baggage, while for the "grandiose" type it is never about compensating for anything. They're simply acting out their expectations.



Some forms of narcissism employ [[BlackAndWhiteInsanity black and white thinking called splitting]] as a central defense mechanism to stabilize their sense of self—viewing [[TautologicalTemplar themselves as wholly good]] and those that would criticize or [[BreakTheHaughty humiliate]] them as [[TautologicalTemplar purely wicked or contemptible.]]

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Some forms of narcissism employ [[BlackAndWhiteInsanity black and white thinking called splitting]] as a central defense mechanism to stabilize their sense of self—viewing [[TautologicalTemplar themselves as wholly good]] and those that would criticize or [[BreakTheHaughty humiliate]] them as [[TautologicalTemplar purely wicked or contemptible.]]

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