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What makes someone a narcissistic psychopath?

As humans, we all have a certain level of narcissism in us.

Narcissism is a spectrum, a spectrum we’re all simply part of.

So what makes someone an actual full blown narcissist, sociopath and psychopath? (They’re all 3 very close to each other with only minor differences).

Let’s take a look at the primary components of the narcissistic psychopath;

  • Lack of empathy. Depending on their level, empathy is non-existent. If you’re able to get a glimpse of it, it’s sadly part of their mask, or act. They simply don’t give a fuck about you.
  • They’re never wrong, ever.
  • Unapologetic. They’re never sorry. If in a rare case they say sorry, it’s often followed with a “but” –which eliminates the entire value of the apology.
  • Zero impulse control. They live entirely off of impulses. Whatever they feel in the moment is what they need or want right this fucking moment.
  • Extremely negative at their core. While we all go through phases of negativity, their perspective usually appears to be very negative and dark. They have the capability to take something positive, and twist it into a negative.
  • They stonewall when an issue arises. They’ll start filing their nails. They’ll roll their eyes and walk away. They’ll do anything and everything else except for being present in the moment and attempt to resolve a complication.
  • They’re entitled. “I’m a fucking princess (or prince), and everyone else can go fuck themselves, including you if you don’t give me what I want”.
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  • Incapable of putting forward true, consistent effort. This links back to being entitled. They expect to be served on demand. If in the rare case they put effort, they expect to be praised and repaid 20 times the amount.
  • Every interaction is an actual sale, or exchange to them. It’s almost as if they keep a real-time exchange log that’s sitting in some Terminator style lens in front of their eye. If they do something for you, you must repay the deed.
  • They must be in control at all times. Their brain operates on a different level when it comes to this. They must at all times feel like they’re in control of the situation or conversation. They’re hyper, and I mean hyper sensitive to this.
  • They’re the victim. It’s not their fault, ever. Therefore, they are always “the victim”.

Upon analyzing these behaviors and traits, you might be seeing a pattern here;

They lack an entire cluster of basic human emotions.

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Now before you worry about being one yourself. Realize this, as humans we’re all capable of lacking all of these emotions and traits.

The difference however is that these, creatures –are stuck on these spectrums and are unable to control it.

It’s almost as if a key component of their brain is permanently shut down, which we’ll talk further about in a future post.

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What the narcissist and psychopath will do after the breakup

Narcissists flock to dating apps like Tinder, because it’s easier and because it’s in bulk. If they left the dating scene during your relationship, they’ll be back on it in a hurry.

They need their validation and supply.

You see, they’ll get dozens, if not hundreds of matches to pick and choose from without any real effort. Because they hate putting effort. They’re entitled and expect things to be handed to them

Remember, narcissists are unable to connect with anyone on a deeper level.

They can not be alone, they cannot be with themselves for any extended periods of time. There needs to be constant external stimulation for the narcissist because their inner core is damaged beyond belief. Damaged to the point where they cannot be alone with themselves, they need external objects to fulfill their infinitely deep void.

This means that when your relationship ends with a narcissist, wether they do or don’t have a new source of supply, they will flock to dating apps such as Tinder to get their validation in bigger quantities.

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Why bigger bulk quantities? Because they cannot focus on a person. And even if they do decide to spend their time with 1 person, they need backups in case that person falls off their wagon.

Their focus on a single person is non-existent, and because they’re unable to reciprocate true human emotions and efforts.

So what happens exactly now that the narcissist has gone back on Tinder?

Well, let’s look at the female narcissist in this case.

The female narcissist will get a bulk amount of matches, basically every dude on there. There are more men than women on Tinder, and as long as you pass a certain visual criteria and posses a vagina, the male will be very likely to swipe on you.

Every match, will come with its own form of entertainment. Some will use a pickup line they’ve been using on every other woman they approach, some will use a plain “Hello there”. Then, some will get straight to the point and ask if she wants to fuck.

The point is, she will get loads of bulk inquiries. Then, she will sift through the bulk inquiries and pick which clown she finds will suit her needs most at that moment in time.

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Once selected, she will drop a “hello”, or a “how are you”. Nothing deep of course, just a poke, to wake the clown up and make him do his fucking job; entertaining her. 

Once the clown is in her orbit, along with many other clowns, she will test the waters and see which clown is most likely to serve her demands and chase her. Because being chased, will give the narcissist some sense of being alive in this world, and gives her a sense of power.

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Understanding Narcissism and Psychopathy

I am, and have been, a student of this very deep psychological topic for quite a while now.

Sadly, once you find yourself studying narcissism, you will eventually catch yourself going down a rabbit hole.

Not just a rabbit hole, an infinitely deep rabbit hole.

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You see, narcissism and psychopathy are part of a paradox. I will share as much insight as possible of this topic, as it’s taken on a great part of my life.