How To Manipulate A Narcissist?

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THE MANIPULATOR

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Sep 21, 2011
 

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PART 1.

The first step is to repeat a message over and over again.

A. BW are strong, intelligent, independent, with high self esteem, don't need a bm and bm are not qualified. This elevates the woman and degrades the man

This is why racists continually glorify bw and demonize bm. ALWAYS!

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If any person is constantly bombarded with a lie that is is never or rarely ever refuted, any person will believe it's the truth

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PART 2

SIGNS OF NARCISSISM

Signs and symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder may include:

Grandiose sense of one's own abilities or achievements

Fantasies about having exceptional power, attractiveness or success

Sense of belonging to an exclusive group of people who truly understand each other

Need for constant praise

Expectations of special treatment

Exploitation of other people

Lack of empathy for other people

Envy of other people or a belief that you are the subject of other people's envy

Haughty or arrogant behaviors

Individuals with narcissistic personality disorder may come across as conceited or snobbish. They often monopolize conversation. They may belittle or look down on people they perceive as inferior. When they don't receive the special treatment to which they feel entitled, they may become very impatient or angry.

People with narcissistic personality disorder tend to seek out individuals whom they perceive as equal to their own self-image or to whom they attribute the same special talents and qualities they see in themselves. They may insist on having "the best" of everything car, athletic club or social circles.

Their personal relationships and interactions are driven by the need for admiration and praise. Consequently, people with narcissistic personality disorder value others primarily according to how well those individuals affirm their unrealistic self-image. This limited value of others usually means that people with the disorder aren't interested in or aren't capable of perceiving the feelings or needs of others. They may take advantage of other people to make themselves look as good as they imagine.

On the other hand, seeking admiration also makes people with narcissistic personality disorder vulnerable to criticism. If someone criticizes an individual's contribution to a project at work, for example, he or she will perceive this comment as an assault on an image that needs to be protected at all costs and may respond with feelings of shame, humiliation or sadness or may express rage, disdain or defensive behaviors

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Part 2

Signs and symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder may include:

Grandiose sense of one's own abilities or achievements

Fantasies about having exceptional power, attractiveness or success

Sense of belonging to an exclusive group of people who truly understand each other

Need for constant praise

Expectations of special treatment

Exploitation of other people

Lack of empathy for other people

Envy of other people or a belief that you are the subject of other people's envy

Haughty or arrogant behaviors

Individuals with narcissistic personality disorder may come across as conceited or snobbish. They often monopolize conversation. They may belittle or look down on people they perceive as inferior. When they don't receive the special treatment to which they feel entitled, they may become very impatient or angry.

People with narcissistic personality disorder tend to seek out individuals whom they perceive as equal to their own self-image or to whom they attribute the same special talents and qualities they see in themselves. They may insist on having "the best" of everything car, athletic club or social circles.

Their personal relationships and interactions are driven by the need for admiration and praise. Consequently, people with narcissistic personality disorder value others primarily according to how well those individuals affirm their unrealistic self-image. This limited value of others usually means that people with the disorder aren't interested in or aren't capable of perceiving the feelings or needs of others. They may take advantage of other people to make themselves look as good as they imagine.

On the other hand, seeking admiration also makes people with narcissistic personality disorder vulnerable to criticism. If someone criticizes an individual's contribution to a project at work, for example, he or she will perceive this comment as an assault on an image that needs to be protected at all costs and may respond with feelings of shame, humiliation or sadness or may express rage, disdain or defensive behaviors

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Sep 21, 2011
 
Manipulating a narcissist

Once you understand what narcissism is all about, it is quite easy to manipulate a narcissist to do what you want. Above all else, a narcissist is seeking for admiration. To be aware of this can be a powerful tool.

The thing a narcissist fears the most is the feeling of not being in control. If you make a narcissist believe he or she is in control, you can pull the strings of a narcissist and make a narcissist do whatever you want. It will give you the feeling of strength and power and increases your self-confidence when you feel you are in control of the situation instead of other way around.

Think of a narcissist as someone who is mentally invalid. Narcissists are not sadistic. Deep inside narcissists do not mean to harm their victims, they simply are lacking the necessary tools to understand how other person is feeling in a given situation. Narcissists see themselves as omnipotent, all-mighty beings, therefore it is impossible that they could do something wrong. The fault is always in someone else.
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Sep 21, 2011
 
CONCLUSION

Now you know why racist stroke the ego of AAW and rush to the defense of AAW.

TWO METHODS USED TO POLARIZE BM/BW BY MANIPULATION OF THE EGO.

1. Create a narcissistic individual and call it EMPOWERMENT = POSITIVE

I'M STRONG, INTELLIGENT,INDEPENDENT, HIGH SELF ESTEEM, DON'T NEED A BM AND BM ARE NOT QUALIFIED.

2. Stereotype or demonize an individual

BM ARE SPERM DONORS, FELONS, DISEASE CARRIERS, UNFIT, IMMATURE, IRRESPONSIBLE AND DESERTERS

THE RESULTS

BW = POSITIVE AND BM ARE NOT WORTHY
BM = BW HAVE UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS

Anybody looking at this example can see bm/bw have been polarized against each other.
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Having a bad day Momo?
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The bw has been ruined
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I really liked that post!!!!
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Mar 4, 2013
 
I married a narcissist woman. As I came to determine what she was (by research, observation, and using techniques learned to control her)... I found myself not being able to keep up with it. As I communicated with her, about issues within our marriage, she turned things around on me. Even after determining she was ill, it was so difficult to maintain the techniques of trying to control her. Needless to say, I'm giving up. At baseball games with my son, her horns would start to grow as any woman came close to me (she thought was better looking than her i guess). Basketball games the same thing. Anyplace rally. Everyplace I went with her I was the problem. I'm a smart man and tried to live with her. Since I have a few homes, I decided to "make her happy" and put the min down on a home she loved. She still wasn't happy.. she would get into rages, degrade me, etc. When she made no sense I'd say it. When she acted up at games, I'd put my foot down as best I could so she would not create a scene. There is so much more... she hated the mother of my child (although she was nice a times) for some reason.. I am giving up. She thinks she is going to get a "profit" from the house... she will not. At first it made me wonder if it was me, but thanks to all of the research, I know she is ill. Sorry if this is rambling but... I'm going to leave her. i only have a few more months to deal with this... I can't believe I didn't see it clearer or believe what I was reading. I spent little money on her compared to most.. but I did spend some. I'm leaving... Question I have .. what will she become? She is 50 yrs old this year with nothing to show for it.
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Aug 30, 2013
 
I am married to a person who has Undiagnosed NPD. He has asked for a divorce and doesn't want to give me any support after 15 years of a VERY emotionally degrading marriage. I am emotionally broken. And he wants me to sign an uneven agreement. We have 2 children and they have already seen the effects of the NPD. Nothing is good enough. Nothing. How do you compromise with him. Please help. Or it will get ugly for me. Please. I have a few days to respond to him on his agreement. Help. Please. He is not negotiating. I need an easy way out. Thank you.
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Nov 23, 2013
 
Julie R wrote:
I am married to a person who has Undiagnosed NPD. He has asked for a divorce and doesn't want to give me any support after 15 years of a VERY emotionally degrading marriage. I am emotionally broken. And he wants me to sign an uneven agreement. We have 2 children and they have already seen the effects of the NPD. Nothing is good enough. Nothing. How do you compromise with him. Please help. Or it will get ugly for me. Please. I have a few days to respond to him on his agreement. Help. Please. He is not negotiating. I need an easy way out. Thank you.
There isno easy way out dont sign anything, there is no compromise you are going to be strong and dont argue with him. dont belive a word coming out of hes mouth he dont give a .... about you. you make the limit, be clever and strong and let a lawyer deal with it
I was maried to same type like him, dont ever let presure,your emotion get in the way, get even and get what you derserveitsnot hess call to deside that.!!!

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