A narcissist has an inflated view and an extreme interest in themselves. They may not appear evil to the casual eye, but they can have evil intentions or do evil acts.
Here are 8 reasons why narcissists are evil, dirty people:
1. Narcissists are incapable of empathy.
Narcissists have difficulty putting themselves in other people’s shoes, which means they can’t understand why someone would feel the way they do. They can’t empathize with others, so they don’t feel bad when hurting someone. A narcissist might not care about your feelings unless it affects them somehow, which can be impossible for them since narcissists don’t care about you and don’t understand why you would be upset by their actions. They may react in ways that can hurt you. This could mean that they lash out at you when they are angry, or it might mean that they treat you poorly without even realizing it. To a narcissist, other people are pawns or obstacles in their quest for power and glory. They don’t care about your feelings or desires; they only care about their own needs and how best to satisfy them at your expense. Narcissists lack remorse, so they can’t feel guilty about exploiting others’ suffering as long as it gets them what they want.
2. Narcissists use manipulation for their gain.
Narcissists are evil, dirty people because they use manipulation to get their way. They do this by lying, cheating, and using other people to get what they want. A narcissist will tell you they care about you when all they want is your attention and validation. They use charm and flattery to get what they want, whether it’s sex, money, or status. Narcissists tend to be selfish, self-absorbed individuals who take advantage of others for their benefit. A narcissist will manipulate you by playing on your emotions and making you feel guilty or sorry for them. This can be seen in many ways, such as saying things like “I’m so depressed” or “I wish I could help you.” They could also use their children to guilt someone into doing something for them. Narcissists cannot see any value in anything besides themselves. They leave their victims feeling used and abused when a relationship is over.
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