What is narcissistic disorder?
Narcissism is a complex term and one that has been widely used in the public sphere to describe a range of behaviors that are characterized by a lack of self-esteem, self-disgust, and a lack or inability to accept one’s own faults.
While there are many different forms of narcissism, there is no doubt that the term is often used to describe someone who is extremely insecure and/or narcissistic.
This is why we must define narcissism accurately and correctly.
A narcissistic person is someone who has a very low self-confidence.
They are also likely to be very self-centered and possess an inflated sense of self worth.
They have little empathy for others and are often highly critical of others.
They may also exhibit other forms of aggression, including physical aggression, aggression toward others, hostility, and other forms.
How does narcissism manifest itself?
In a sense, narcissism is manifested in many different ways.
Narcissists tend to have low self esteem, lack confidence in their abilities, and are very insecure about their own self worth, ability to meet their needs, and ability to take care of themselves.
For example, they may: Lack confidence in themselves