As a parent, they can put the “D” in Dysfunctional Family and be the parent that abuses, neglects, ignores, or psychologically damages their children.As a friend they may be irresponsible, selfish, unreliable, dishonest, and often create significant problems in our life.On the street they are the criminals, con artists, and people-users who purposefully damage others, then quickly move on to avoid detection.In over three decades of experience of dealing with victims, it’s clear that the majority of emotional victims I see in clinical practice are actually victims of an individual with a “Personality Disorder”.They may be the brother or sister who verbally bullies and intimidates others with their temper tantrums.As a coworker they are manipulative, unethical, dishonest, and willing to damage co-workers to achieve their employment goals.
You may have already committed or perhaps been married to a narcissistic man. Deidre, a 28 year-old woman, came to see me recently for counseling, begging for information about what to do about a man she had been dating for two years. But, I didn’t realize some of his negative traits until I was already in love with him. “If he truly is narcissistic, the very traits that made you fall in love with him may be the same traits that drive you crazy.” “Yes,” Deidre said emphatically. His determination becomes being so strong-willed that he argues with me over any little thing and cannot take a bit of criticism.” “Tell me more about how he handles criticism,” I said curiously.
I'll never forget my office days when collective thought and a homogenous environment were synonymous with teamwork.
At one Park Avenue company, any sign of individuality was discouraged.
Yes, of course they can, but it requires work and a dedication to overcoming their anti-social habits.
There is no magic method or saying or pickup line that "works" to get the "roght type" of women.