Narcissist’s are notorious for leaving others in a state of unresolve, and often escape or avoid personal ownership. Trying to find resolve with a narcissist is difficult, if not impossible most of the time. Ironically, their avoidance of the truth ultimately leaves them in a state of unresolve as well. Despite their ongoing efforts of denial, the truth always bubbles to the surface, haunting them from the depths of their subconscious.
Under the influence of the spirit of narcissism, narcissistic traits emerge at a diabolical level. This dark narcissistic energy drives those under the influence to destroy anything and anyone standing in the way of their narcissistic supply.
According to the DSM-5 Narcissists demonstrate arrogant and haughty attitudes and behaviours. Narcissists tend to demand compliance and conformance to their whims and preferences, and will punish those who don’t ascribe to their demands.
According to the DSM-5, one characteristic of narcissism is that narcissist’s are often envious of others or believe others are envious of him or her. Narcissists are constantly comparing themselves to others and often strive to ensure others are envious of them. This striving tends to be competitive and destructive to relationships.
One of the key known traits of narcissism is that they lack empathy - rather one might argue that a narcissist does experience empathy, however, it's their intention behind using empathy that makes things so damaging and painful.
Interpersonal Exploitation is a signature characteristic of narcissism. Narcissist's exploit whomever and whatever they can in order to feed their empty esteem - desperately seeking their addictive "esteem fix".
Narcissistic entitlement and expectation are consistently present, and reach unreasonable levels of demands. Narcissists are unable to achieve a sustainable sense of satisfaction, and put immense pressure on relationships to meet their demands.
Narcissists LOVE compliments and have a near desperate need for admiration.