21 Signs of Narcissism Disorder – The Concise Version

Unfortunately for you who’ve come here I’ve wiped out what used to be here, I lack good income and there’s endless free loaders coming to this site and no one is bothering to donate even a penny, so, go to the original article if you want on narcissism and psychopathy here: http://eternian.wordpress.com/2010/03/16/psychopaths-sociopaths-narcissists. Don’t bother with the internet archive to view this page, you’d be viewing an outdated not so well written article. It was the last one that was book-worthy.

  1. nickpastorino
    February 14, 2014 at 1:45 PM

    You only described narcissists here, not psychopaths. Psychopaths don’t want attention.

    • February 14, 2014 at 9:45 PM

      Of course psychopaths want attention, why wouldn’t they? They just don’t want it as much as a narcissist does. You made an overgeneralization that is for sure. If psychopaths didn’t want attention they’d either all be hermits or kill themselves soon after becoming one. And I never said psychopaths wanted attention, I simply forgot to include a description.

  2. nickpastorino
    February 14, 2014 at 1:59 PM

    A narcissist is an insecure bully that has no interest in love or sex and only uses people for attention and social status. A psychopath will act like a charming nice guy to his victims in order to get whatever it is he wants from them. Narcissists are usually religious people holding powerful jobs and are the victims of an abusive youth where their father may have left them are their mother neglected them (hence why they seek attention above all else). A psychopath is more likely to use people for things like sex, money, and entertainment. A psychopath is not insecure about their worth in society like a narcissist is. Some people are both narcissists and psychopaths, ironically called narcissistic psychopaths. Also, I think a psychopath is born evil due to an impaired amygdala (a lobe in the brain) while a sociopath loses their empathy for others from childhood bullying and abuse.

    • February 14, 2014 at 7:46 PM

      What is your evidence for “Narcissists are usually religious people holding powerful jobs”? Nearly every narcissist I’ve encountered was an atheist or a pagan (with an arbitrary way of worship, so not “religion” but disorganized worship of some god or gods), having no organized religion. I even met one rejected from a catholic church, he was a plain as day narcissist. Dawkins is an obvious narcissist. Further, what does religion have to do with it? Are you implying THEISTS by saying religious? Psychopaths are said to be the tidy ones, by the way, not narcissists. In a way, being tidy is similar to being religious, being organized. I don’t know if that is a myth, and I would think it is being that psychopaths have no conscience, and a lack of conscience leads to disorder. Were Mao, Pol Pot, Stalin, Hitler, and so on, religious? The only religious ones I can think of are various Pentecostals, which though being a type that heaps up many teachers, these are all teachers in general, of low position. A worship leader or bible study teacher for example. The powerful ones I know are narcs are Benny Hinn, Rick Warren, Paul Crouch – dead, Jan Crouch maybe, but she lacks a bitter face that narcissists have as far as I can tell, Jesse Duplantis, Kenneth Copeland, the Dalai Lama (a religious atheist), Alex Jones (an unstable liar who sounds very insincere to me when claiming to be a Christian, especially being that he stereotypes all of them often), Joseph Smith – dead, Mohammed – dead, Caligula (who may have been schizophrenic too) – dead. Surely there are many other religious narcissist with high jobs, as many as there are narcissist Buddhist atheists. However I believe from reason, that a narcissist is more likely to be an atheist. I don’t think this can be said to be an opinion, because they are self-centered, hating authorities, especially good ones, because narcissists are very evil. The more evil you are, the more you will hate what is good, that is inevitable. The more evil you are the more you will love evil, the more good, the more you will love good. And the more evil you are, the more unstable. A narcissist who was raised to believe in God will, I am sure, be often torn between atheism and theism, because of their deep self-centeredness and bitterness. Religion, is not a factor, religion is simply organized worship. In the Bible, God figuratively says true religion is to help widows in their distress, orphans and to keep yourself polluted from the world, in other words to in your heart, be a good person, and if your heart is good, that will be expressed with actions, like helping people who really need help and keeping yourself from doing the evil things the world does. Literally though, religion is organized worship. In the case of Buddhists, it is worship of Buddha, and some Buddhist philosophy/doctrine and ritual. I don’t see any correlation between having a method of worshiping something, and being self-centered, there’s no logical obvious relation. Consider: many to all of the top universities (there’s 100’s of them) will get rid of teachers claiming to be creationists or teaching it. Being a university dean of a top university is one of the most powerful jobs you can have. And I would guess, that if that is how top universities are staffed, that the same is probably true for top private and I would bet public schools too. Evidence that these are all mainly atheist controlled universities: “Eight Catholic universities and colleges made Forbes’ top 100 in its annual list of America’s Top Colleges”. And being that Catholics are by very far the most numberous type of Christians, there must be even few “top” universities that are of some other type of Christian religion, like Baptist. And obviously there are no top Wiccan or pagan universities, as those are types that reject science in general and have a poor understanding of what it is.

    • Debbie
      March 30, 2014 at 4:27 AM

      I am just going to say it. I have been with my husband for 15 years and I can not longer take it. He fits everything spoken of a narcissist. He is very ill. I do not know what to do.

      • April 1, 2014 at 6:27 PM

        The Bible, God’s word, permits husbands and wives to separate if they cannot leave at peace with each other, it applies to members of churches and every situation except in which you are forced, like a slave being held captive to a master. It says, “If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” If this weren’t a command, and was some worldly wisdom, it would make good common sense wouldn’t it? There’s also another verse that tells slaves to win their freedom if they can, in way, at least combined with that other verse, it is perfectly reasonable for a wife to leave a husband who is not just evil, but severely, and permanently so. Get out from under the whip and find a better life if you can. If you’re not saved, get saved first as explained in one of the links above in my journal.

  3. May 8, 2014 at 3:43 PM

    My mother (the most narcissistic creature I have personally known) is now on an atheist high horse. It is her most recent way of getting attention. Mocking Christians is one of her hobbies, along with watching “stupid people” on reality TV. This atheism passion quickly followed a brief, intense claim to be Buddhist. I’m not sure what is next for her–possibly the loony bin.

    • May 9, 2014 at 12:35 AM

      Often narcs and psychos in and in their love to harm others send those better than them away to be locked up or drugged into zombieness from the position of their authority. The ones who end up as authorities are the most dangerous, obviously.

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