The A – Z’s of Everyday Malignant Narcissists

An amazing, easy to read, blog post about the hallmarks of narcissists! This blog site helped me so much back when I started to suspect the ex was a narcissist. A great read for anyone; to arm yourself with knowledge, in order to never be caught in a narcissist’s web, or to confirm your suspicions about your partner/ex. Or, even to get renewed confirmation that yes, your partner/ex really IS a narcissist, if feelings of “surrealism” ever hits you! A great read!

After Narcissistic Abuse

There’s so much written about Narcissistic Personality disorder and narcissism these days that it’s hard to sort through what we, as survivors of this abuse know to be true about malignant narcissism and how it impacts us.

Let’s re-examine what we’ve learned by having been abused by one or two of them.

A – Amoral. Narcissists are unscrupulous in their conduct towards others. More than merely disloyal and exploitative, they are the con men and women of the human race whose malicious behavior arises against anyone who gets in the way of getting what they want.

B – Boastful. Narcissists get their feelings of worth from outside sources of supply; other people. A narc will regale others, ad nauseum, with all the “blessings” in life which others are to infer comes from them being such “great people”: money, cars, homes, celebrity lifestyle, expensive vacations, worldly trips, admiration and compliments from others. They’re just not able…

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9 thoughts on “The A – Z’s of Everyday Malignant Narcissists

    1. Thanks! Yes, I saw this post and figured it was so great for people who are/were like me. I know how much we can struggle with feelings of this just can’t be “real”, cause there is so much cruelty going on… so any and all help, even if it reaches just one or a few people, feels great to me 🙂
      Thank you for your kind compliment, I am very glad and honored to know you, too! Have a great Sunday, friend. 🙂

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    1. Well, then, that must be a good thing! Now you can rest assured that he IS a Narc. (I’ve never doubted that Loser was one, not for a second).
      You were not stupid at all. This is what happens to all of us who lived through similar situations; we doubt ourselves and our perception, as a result of all the abuse and so on. It is not your fault. Hugs dear friend. 🙂


  1. OMG, I was thinking about you earlier. My ex-bff read that blog post I wrote yesterday. He wrote to me and said it made him sad but unsure about “us.” I don’t even know what he meant about “us.” There is no “us.” When I asked him what he meant, he went off about how I kept telling him to get over his ex-girlfriend (which I never did), and how I had some nerve to have such righteous indignation about being misunderstood. I was like, OMG, I have to tell survivednarc about this idiot narcissistic jerk. Nice of him to turn my pain into something about him. *smh*

    Anyway, I didn’t want to post this on the original post, because he might see it.

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    1. Oh, I am so sorry you had that interaction with him. You are right, it seems he is just taking something that you wrote about yourself, and making it all about HIM. Like, WTF? Lol. Sorry don’t mean to laugh, but that is just so classic narcissistic trait, they can never comprehend that someone else can have feelings – that are not about THEM.. *sigh*.
      He also seems to be trying to manipulate you by claiming that you said stuff you never said? very strange indeed. It seems like a good idea to keep minimum contact..

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