Narcissistic behavior dating
They learn from a young age that they are special, that they are protected by society and that every man gets verbally murdered as soon as he says one word against them.
They also learn that they can make fun of men as much as they want, because nowadays it is socially acceptable to do so.
It is one of the three dark triadic personality traits (the others being psychopathy and Machiavellianism).
Except in the sense of primary narcissism or healthy self-love, narcissism is usually considered a problem in a person's or group's relationships with self and others. ), a handsome Greek youth who, according to Ovid, rejected the desperate advances of the nymph Echo.
Narcissism is egocentric behavior that occurs as a result of low self-esteem, or feeling inferior in certain situations, caused by a gap between the ideal self (standards set by others, for example, parents) and the real self.
This results in threatening situations (real or perceived), which lead to anxiety, which in turn lead to the development of defense mechanisms to defend the individual's ego.
The term originated from Greek mythology, where the young Narcissus fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water.
Narcissism is also considered a social or cultural problem.
It is a factor in trait theory used in various self-report inventories of personality such as the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory.
It is impossible to confront someone over their tone of voice, their demeanor or the way they look at you, but once your narcissistic mother has you trained, she can promise terrible punishment without a word.
As a result, you're always afraid, always in the wrong, and can never exactly put your finger on why.
This involves exaggerating his own achievements and putting down anyone that he perceives as a threat.