There’s nothing a narcissist loves more than an empath. What’s not to like? Their good nature makes them willing to believe that everyone is good-natured and of equal value, with the same kindness.
They want to help people in need, especially those who are vulnerable, or at least appear vulnerable. The narcissist’s perfectly crafted tragic backstory, filled with stories of them being a victim, will make the empaths rush in to help. Their seemingly friendly and nonjudgmental nature will make an empath feel like they can confide in them, and trust them with their secrets. All of this makes them easy prey for the narcissist. Too often, empaths who aren’t as emotionally strong get wrapped up in a narcissist’s manipulations.
Often, this happens because empaths notoriously have low self-esteem, making them more prone to falling for a narcissist’s gaslighting and becoming dependent on them. However, some empaths are unsusceptible to a narcissist’s tricks. There are a few different names for these types of empaths, as researchers have yet to coin a term for them yet. But they’re a type of empath who doesn’t meet the typical empath’s profile. For the purpose of this article, we are going to refer to them as super empaths.
If you’re an empath who feels you might have a narcissist manipulating you, and you’re wondering if you have what it takes to destroy a narcissist’s ego, keep watching. Today’s great psychological article is about how and why a super empath can destroy a narcissist. Be sure to stick around until the end because we’re going to go into some great content. Before we dive in further, let’s go through the traits of a super empath and how to turn your empathy into your own superpower.
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