The Zen of Narcissists: Lessons 1 to 8

[Please note: This is a repost of a series in its entirety (so this is a loooong post) published in January 2014. Number 7 seems to be missing - I may have just jumped from 6 to 8 without checking where I was numerically, or maybe I did check and still missed #7. I can't... Continue Reading →

The Zen of Narcissists: Lesson #8 – Relationship Rules for Narcissists

As a Narcissist you approach life strategically. You're very focused on being the best, popular, superior, successful and powerful. You need to keep your mind, heart, soul and body pure. You are special, brilliant, a genius, extraordinary, immortal, super human, and you need to be treated with the respect which you deserve, which is your... Continue Reading →

The Zen of Narcissists: Lesson #6 – Censorship and Control

Fre.... by BossLogic You get the majority of your Narcissistic Supply from conversation. So it is vital that you control the flow of verbal interaction. Other people might want to discuss themselves and their lives. They call this sharing, you call this a waste of your precious time. They might want to talk about the... Continue Reading →

The Zen of Narcissists: Lesson #5 – The Male Narcissist… The Saviour of the World has Arrived!

You are the ideal man. That’s all you need to know and I’m not going to write anymore about you. Of course I’m kidding! There is so much to tell you about yourself that I may have to devote an entire blog to it for the next several hundred years. Since you’re immortal that sort... Continue Reading →

The Zen of Narcissists: Lesson #2 – Make Others Responsible for Solving the Drama of Your Life

As a Narcissist your life is larger than anyone else's life. That's a fact. Don't ever doubt it. You don't do doubt unless you're pretending to do it for the benefit of luring someone into your drama - your three (probably more) ring circus. Your monkeys are loose and someone needs to put them back... Continue Reading →

The Zen of Narcissists: Lesson #1 – Tell other people what is wrong with them and this will make you superior

Counting other people's sins does indeed make you a saint, but only if you're special (extraordinary immortal superhuman) like the Narcissist who is counting your (ordinary mortal human) sins and telling you what they are over and over and over again to remind themselves how superior they are to you and to remind you how... Continue Reading →

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