The Malignant Narcissist.

Malignant meaning, evil in nature or effect, bring around narcissists often has many negative effects on you, from emotional, mental, physical, financial, psychological and spiritual.

As far as I’m aware, The malignant Narcissist isn’t an official diagnosis. The term was coined by psychologist Erich Fromm, who was a German Jew and fled the Nazi regime and settled in the USA he describes the malignant as.

“The most severe pathology and the root of the most vicious destructiveness and inhumanity”.

Signs of a malignant narcissist.

  • Evil in nature or effect.
  • Superficial charm.
  • Relentlessly aggressive.
  • Pathological liar.
  • Sadism.
  • Deliberately causing suffering to others.
  • Antisocial behaviour.
  • Little to no empathy.
  • Zero responsibility.
  • No remorse.
  • Extreme envy.
  • Abrupt mood swings.
  • Superior.
  • Arrogant.

The most pathological and, hurtful of all narcissists, they have no sense of their inner worth, meaning they are full of rage and extremely vindictive, they are extremely dangerous and will stop at nothing to harm others, they are extremely unstable and often unstoppable, they will encourage others to fight on their behalf, they are incredibly impulsive, they have no empathy or guilt, taking lots of rash hurtful actions towards others, they have an excessive rage within themselves. They have the ability to change reality for millions of people, their crazy internal reality, makes those around them believe the narcissist’s crazy reality, in the millions if allowed to do so. They have no limits, and there is nothing they will not do to serve themselves.

The malignant narcissist is extremely arrogant and self-centred. They have a very fragile, super-sensitive ego. They need to convince all others just how special they are, in order to feel better about themselves, they might not be aware of their sensitive ego, often they feel threatened in some way real or perceived. Hence, they just believe others are against them and do all they can to seek revenge on those the narcissist perceives to have turned against them.

The malignant narcissist is extremely envious and are pathological at holding grudges against others. They hate seeing others with something they haven’t got, or something they want, most often assuming it’s down to pure luck that others have achieved, the malignant narcissist can be pathological in trying to destroy someone they themselves are envious of.

The malignant narcissist has that sense of entitlement like most narcissists. They believe they are superior to others; not only do they expect to be treated as superior they often demand to be treated as superior. They believe they are entitled to do what they want, whenever they want, with whoever they want and whatever they want, as they believe they are above all others.

The malignant narcissist often has no empathy. Many actually get pleasure out of harming others, a complete lack of genuine compassion. They can act empathetically if they have Cognitive Empathy. They will show fake empathy to others, to deceive those around them in order to protect themselves, to get enablers and flying monkeys to protect them. People either love and respect them or genuinely fear them both will carry out their demands.

The malignant narcissist will exploit all others to get their needs met, with no thoughts or feelings to how it affects those around them. They need power and control and achieve this by coming across as a great saviour to people in the beginning. They will go all out to protect their enablers, not to protect their enablers in order to protects themselves, by getting enablers to feel obligated into defending and protecting the narcissist.

The malignant can show signs of antisocial behaviour. These are pathological liars. They have an unprovoked hostility and aggression towards others that they will blame on others. They can look for trouble, even pre-planning it. They will set others up for a fall, they will create drama and could conflict in those around them. They have volatile mood swings, they cheat, steal and lie, they believe they are above the law and are extremely dangerous and toxic.

The malignant narcissist can show signs of Paranoia. It’s not that they don’t trust those around them, because of how they think, they are extremely suspicious of all those around them, and believe all others are out to get them.

The malignant narcissist is extremely manipulative. These don’t wait to see an opportunity to manipulate others, although they will use an opportunity. They actively create opportunities, they genuinely go around looking for those they can take advantage of, they plan, and they plot to win at any and all costs to those around them.

The malignant can show signs of sadism they will deliberately cause, harm, suffering, pain and distress to others, often showing hatred. They enjoy seeing people, animal, anything suffers. They will knowingly inflict pain and suffering on those around, to gain control of others, or to just feel powerful. This can be psychological pain or physical pain.

Malignants will happily monopolies a conversation even with a large audience, often with flying monkeys and enablers in full support, and those who disagree with them are often too afraid to speak against them.

The malignant narcissist holds no responsibility for their own behaviour. However, some of the malignant narcissists can actually admit wrongdoing. Yet, they will openly admit to other what they have done, by telling others that the person they harmed deserved it, at other times they will deny all knowledge, to what they’ve done to others.

The malignant can be extremely charming, or ( superficial charm.) most narcissistic people can be charming, especially at first, as they put on that admiration face to draw people in, or they can be outright bully’s intimidating others, so no one dare speak up against them.

Moods swings, unprovoked they can be extremely volatile and aggressive.

How to deal with a malignant narcissist, don’t, gather as much help and support as you can, and not from mutual friends, get to safety, no one knows what lengths any narcissist will go to if they feel criticism or wronged by anyone, so always be careful, with a malignant never let them know you know, or you’re leaving, just get out safely.

1. Seek help and support in leaving if you suspect you are dealing with a malignant narcissist.

2. Remember they will not change; they do not have the self-awareness to change; it’s who they are. Don’t try to change them for who you want them to be, or who they said they’ ed be. Accepting who they are, and understanding you deserve better.

3. Have a healthy fear of them, so respect what they are capable of, and keep yourself safe, yes these people need bringing to justice, but you must be careful around them.

4. They see in extreme Black and white. You will not win an argument or disagreement with these people, they genuinely believe they are right, and not only are you wrong, you are an enemy if you go against them, with their paranoia they will see this as you going against them, and they do seek to destroy. Let them think they are right and leave them be.

5. Get support, do not be embarrassed about what you have been through you are far from alone, seeking support and talking to those who understand, helps you piece reality back together, know all those doubts, feelings, thoughts were real, that the reality you lived was real, validation that how you feel is normal, others do and have felt the same way, even those not dealing with malignant narcissists. Getting emotional support is a must also.

6. Do not isolate yourself, yes most of us like to go into hermit mode now and again, and that’s ok, but don’t stay stuck in hermit mode and don’t stay isolated.

7. Do not confront them. I’m all for justice. However, your safety comes first.

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The Fragile Victim Narcissist.

The fragile narcissist is the one who plays the victim so well, often leading many to sympathise with them, and not walking away due to the guilt the victim narcissist shames others into feeling when they choose to walk away.

The Fragile, vulnerable narcissist.

The fragile narcissist tends to be more emotionally sensitive to criticism than other narcissists, having a more obvious low self-esteem and can be depressed, someone who’s been abused by a narcissist can come across as a fragile narcissist, from learned behaviour to protect themselves, when they are actually struggling with CPTSD. Fragile narcissists often get misdiagnosed with BPD. Those with BPD or CPTSD can get misdiagnosed as a narcissist.

Things to watch out for are exploitative behaviours, a sense of entitlement, envious of others and self-serving empathy, unwilling to care for others, they’ve always been hurt worse, lived through worse, had such a difficult life, and it’s always someone else’s fault.

They don’t usually have the looks of the somatic or the intellect of the cerebral so that they can turn towards intimidation and they will bully people to get their needs met.

The fragile narcissist can be very lazy, although they’ll often project and accuse you of being the lazy one. If they find a partner, they will be extremely reliant on them for everything. As with most narcissists, they will try and find someone who benefits the narcissist in some way, someone with money because they don’t work, someone with a home because they have nowhere to live.

They can have already alienated a lot of their family members. However, they spin the stories to those they meet of how much they did for their family, and how the family abused them. The most heartbreaking part is, in some cases, this is true if you were raised by a narcissist parent, you feel like you can connect and reach an understanding, not understanding the narcissist is using their story to exploit you.

The fragile narcissist often acts on impulse and learned behaviour for what works for them, they gaslight, lie, deny, blame-shifting and a project like most narcissists they have great a need to use people like any other narcissist.

The Hoover from a Fragile narcissist might not happen at all, or it can be one where they will play the victim, claiming illness, that they need your help. Once they realise you are no longer interested, they will seek someone new instead as this is easier for them.

The fragile doesn’t always embark on a smear campaign if they do it’s less to get at you and more to gain sympathy from those around them.

The fragile narcissist often has a victim mentality. They are always playing the victim, and always require a lot of sympathetic attention; they are often highly sensitive, they take offence to the slightest perceived criticism, and as narcissists do they make everything about them, if you’ve suffered a loss, theirs was far worse, if you had a bad day, they would bring it onto how theirs was far worse, offering you no emotional support and expecting you to forget about your needs and emotional support them.

The fragile narcissist will often be ill, as this is the perfect excuse to get them out of doing anything. Headaches is a great one they play on, as you can not tell if they genuinely have a headache or not. Also, bad backs, if they can not pinpoint an illness, they’ll often make one up, this is why headaches are the best that they use, this is also a tactic to use to gain more sympathy from those around them.

The fragile narcissists first line of narcissistic defences will often be, passive-aggressive and shutting people out opting to use the silent treatment or they can turn to the sulks or pity plays as their preferred manipulation method to punish others. Like many narcissists, they will always play the victim card because they will always see themselves as the victim.

The fragile narcissist will usually play on the woe is me, helpless victim attitude to con people into looking after them. The Sponge of people, as they are often in debt themselves, and will most often financial abuse those who love them, through guilt trips and pity plays, like many narcissists, due to their inability to create internal happiness they can have a substance abuse problem. Most people will feel sorry for the fragile or class them as a good for nothing, backing up the narcissist’s stories that no one will give them a break, often because when people do give them a break, the fragile narcissist takes advantage.

Often the fragile can also resort to physical violence, or punching, throwing things, when they’re not getting their own way.

They will not take responsibility for their own behaviour, and if they do in a moment, it’s only to get their own needs met and further down the line it’ll be your fault, or someone else fault.

The fragile narcissist can be difficult to spot as they are more covert in behaviour, and we can feel a lot more guilt walking away from them as they are the masters of manipulation when it comes to guilt trips.

23 signs you could be dealing with a vulnerable narcissist.

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The Grandiose Narcissist.

If someone’s entitled, has a lack of empathy, exploits others, whatever they are, find a way to safely get out and stay out.

People who have the narcissist personality disorder, are extremely self-centred, they are arrogant, they exploit those around them, they lack the empathy to care for those they hurt, they are often very envious of others achievements, they believe they are special and feel entitled to receive excessive admiration, they are often preoccupied with their idea of power and success.

Those who have the disorder are very reluctant to change, as they go around, causing endless problems and heartache to those who love them. Yet, the narcissist will blame the very people the narcissists’ actions are hurting for why the narcissist themselves is not living the life that narcissist believes themselves to be entitled to.

The grandiose narcissist is often very grand flamboyant individual usually intelligent and extremely good with people.

They are extremely successful at drawing people in with ease. They may own and run their own business and can be very talented individuals. Often they are extremely popular. People adore them and want to be around them. They are ambitious, highly driven with very high energy levels.

They make others feel like they are the only person in the room. Charming charismatic they will crush people who get in their way.

Signs of a grandiose narcissist.

  • Unrealistic sense of self.
  • They are preoccupied with self.
  • Self-absorbed.
  • Expects special treatment.
  • Sees themselves as above others, intellect, class, beauty etc.
  • Exaggerates talents.
  • Lies about the things they’ve done.
  • Puts others down.
  • Unrealistic high standards.
  • Talks about themselves a lot.
  • Boastful.
  • Common rules don’t apply to them. They do to you.
  • Selfish.
  • Quick to anger.
  • Lack of empathy, not caring for those they hurt.
    Extremely self-centred.
    Extremely stubborn,
    No respect for boundaries,
    They will still play the victim when needed.
    They are manipulative,
    The tell countless lies,
    They are false,
    They exaggerate their achievements,
    They will manipulate anything, everything and everyone.
    They feel superior to others.
    They have a sense of entitlement.
    They have a very inflated ego.
    They dominate and exploit, lying and cheating their way to the top.
    They see others as an extension of themselves.
    They can be prone to boredom.
    They are extremely envious of others and very egotistical.
    Overt very arrogant in-your-face and very assertive.
    They can be impulsive and big risk-takers.

Grandiose narcissists are more aware of their admiration face, and their need to pass off an image of perfection to the outside world, often overestimating their own capabilities to themselves and to others, if they fail to live up to their own high standards, they blame others and often hold grudges against those they accuse.

Grandiose narcissists are often the ones where one or two people see their envious face. Yet, if they speak out to others, the people they speak to continually enable the narcissist’s behaviour usually unwittingly say “really, they’re great with me.” As the grandiose narcissist uses their superficial charm, to love bomb people, into believing they’re someone they’re not.

Grandiose narcissists often come across as having very high self-esteem as they exaggerate their achievements to sell themselves to those around them, usually to cover their deeply hidden insecurities that they themselves might not be aware of, if they are, they’ll make sure no other become aware of them, as they boast about themselves and their achievements to keep up their image in the eyes of themselves and those around them.

The grandiose narcissist is extremely manipulative with gaslighting. Often they use psychological abuse over physical abuse; they will smear anyone who the narcissist believes had gone against them. Usually, due to the narcissist, (somatic.) those with the looks, ( Cerebral.) those with the intellect, charm, popularity and fan club, people will tend to believe the narcissists grandiose lies.

Grandiose narcissists often see themselves as better than others, and their arrogance.

  • Unpleasantly proud of themselves, often putting others down, to raise themselves up.
  • Can not see their weaknesses.
  • Can not see their own mistakes.
  • Refusal to admit fault.
  • Regularly breaks agreements.
  • Rarely to never saying sorry. “I’m sorry for you.”
  • Flaunts success.
  • Argumentative with others, yet blames others for the argument.
  • Complains when things don’t go their way.
  • Pushy and loud.
  • Always wants to be in control very demanding.
  • Points out other peoples flaws.
  • Averse to criticism.
  • Stubborn.
  • Overbearing.
  • Always puts their needs before others.

Often this comes across as confidence, as the grandiose narcissist holds their belief within themselves that they are special, they can seemingly be confident within themselves.

The grandiose narcissists are incredibly dominant and very charming, which draws people to them, they easily seduce, and when their needs are no longer being met, they move quickly onto the devaluation and discard phase. When their attempts to exploit others aren’t successful, or their demands and self-entitlement are not being met. They have anger and rage. They will destroy others that don’t conform to their demands.

Recognising patterns of other people’s behaviour helps us walk free from their behaviour and stops us giving chances to those who no longer deserve our chances.

Signs you’re dealing with a grandiose narcissist.

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The narcissists counter-parenting.

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Elizabeth Shaw is not a Doctor or a therapist. She is a mother of five, a blogger, a survivor of narcissistic abuse, and a life coach, She always recommends you get the support you feel comfortable and happy with. Finding the right support for you. Elizabeth has partnered with BetterHelp (Sponsored.) where you will be matched with a licensed councillor, who specialises in recovery from this kind of abuse.

Click here for Elizabeth Shaw’s Recommended reading list for more information on recovery from narcissistic abuse.

The Different Narcissistic Personality Types.

Personality types of narcissists. 

Trying to work out if you’re dealing with a narcissist or not can get you looking at lots of different literature and listening to lots of audio, as those light bulb moments hit one by one, and all those dots we didn’t see while we lived it start to connect together. The fact we begin to Google someone’s behaviour or see a meme or a quote that describes our life or someone we are dealing with is a major red flag you’re dealing with a toxic person. Narcissist or not abuse is abuse.

There are lots of words out there describing the different narcissistic personality types, so here’s a quick summary.

The narcissistic personality disorder is a disorder, and they do need to have at least five traits to have the disorder, these are.

1. Has a grandiose sense of self-importance. Exaggerating achievements and talents.

2. Preoccupied with ultimate success. Lives in a fantasy world of power, control, dominance, brilliance.

3. Superiority. Believing they are special and above all others.

4. Entitled. Feels entitled to have all their own needs met, demanding, manipulative and controlling.

5. Excessive admiration. A constant need for excessive admiration.

6. Exploits others. Takes advantage and manipulates others to get their own needs met.

7. Lack of empathy. Can not truly connect with how others are feeling.

8. Envious of others, believing others are envious of them. Hate people who have something they want, also believing others are envious of them.

9. Arrogant and haughty behaviour. An exaggerated sense of their own abilities and behaviours.

Types Of Narcissists. 

There are four types of narcissists and four subtypes.

Classic the grandiose.

  • Grandiose sense of self.
  • Impressive.
  • Arrogant.
  • Preoccupied with self.
  • Unpleasantly proud of themselves.
  • All about impressing others.
  • Charming.
  • Often has the money, cars, home.
  • Stubborn.
  • Self-centred.
  • No respect for others boundaries.
  • Exaggerates achievements.
  • Inflated ego.
  • Humiliates others.
  • Dominant.
  • Liars.
  • Exploitative.

They know everything, it’s their way or the high way, these are the ones you are most likely to read about, self-centred, arrogant, full of charm, often having lots of supporters around them.

The Fragile, vulnerable narcissist.

  • Easily offended.
  • Withdrawn.
  • Plays the victim.
  • Very woe is me.
  • Passive-aggressive.
  • Sulks.
  • Silent treatments.
  • Believes the world is against them.
  • Extremely envious of others.

Tend to be more emotionally sensitive to criticism than other narcissists, have low self-esteem and can be depressed, someone who’s been abused by a narcissist can come across as a vulnerable narcissist, from learned behaviour to protect themselves, when they are actually struggling with CPTSD. Vulnerable narcissists often get misdiagnosed with BPD. Those with BPD or CPTSD can get misdiagnosed as a narcissist.

Malignant.

  • Evil in nature or effect.
  • Superficial charm.
  • Relentlessly aggressive.
  • Pathological liar.
  • Sadism.
  • Deliberately causing suffering to others.
  • Antisocial behaviour.
  • Little to no empathy.
  • Zero responsibility.
  • No remorse.
  • Extreme envy.
  • Abrupt mood swings.
  • Superior.
  • Arrogant.

The most pathological and, hurtful of all narcissists, they have no sense of their inner worth, meaning they are full of rage and extremely vindictive, they are extremely dangerous and will stop at nothing to harm others, they are extremely unstable and often unstoppable, they will encourage others to fight on their behalf, they are extremely impulsive, they have no empathy or guilt, taking lots of rash hurtful actions towards others, they have an excessive rage within themselves. They have the ability to change reality for millions of people, their crazy internal reality, makes those around them believe that crazy reality, in the millions if allowed to do so. They have no limits, and there is nothing they will not do to serve themselves.

Communal.

  • Super nice to others.
  • Do-gooders.
  • Charming.
  • Helps select people if it makes them look good.
  • Seems to play by the rules.
  • Irritable
  • Sulky.
  • Acts like the play by the rules.
  • Seeks excessive praise.
  • Exploits peoples kindness.
  • Superficial empathy.

They seem to sacrifice themselves for others, very community-oriented, coming across as good people, they can winge and whine, they need praise for all that they do, they are passive-aggressive, those sulks and silent treatments, controls you by giving you things, and expecting eternal gratitude, will happily trip you up, so they can claim they picked you back up. They seem on the outside to work so hard and do so much for others, yet their true behaviour is textbook narcissism. They are a backhanded do-gooder, may appear to listen and help others, they are actually helping themselves. They will always let you know which charity they’ve been to, how many people they’ve helped, etc., they are after the attention and praise.

Introverted or Covert.

  • Introverted.
  • Shy.
  • Sly.
  • Plays victim.
  • Hidden passive-aggressive manipulation.
  • Impatient.
  • Extremely envious of others.
  • Self-entitlement.

They are harder to identify, they are very fragile, very ashamed people, extremely sensitive to setbacks and criticism, they are very woe is me. They’ve suffered more than anybody else, extraordinarily envious and jealous not understanding why others get stuff they do not. They can be passive-aggressive, and they can be very antisocial. They will continually nag if they work, they often change jobs fast, they get bored very quickly, they are extremely lazy.

Extroverted or Overts.

  • An exaggerated sense of self.
  • Grandiose.
  • Inflated ego.
  • Preoccupied with self.
  • Lacks self-awareness.
  • Oblivious to impact they have on others.
  • Extraverted.
  • High risk-takers.
  • Dominant.
  • Envious.
  • Competitive.
  • Entitled.

Believe they have a right to everything and anything. Arrogant, self-centred, lack of empathy, believing they are special and above everyone else, they are better than all those around them. No respect, stubborn and self-centred.

Cerebral.

  • Acts superior.
  • Intelligent.
  • Calculated.
  • High functioning.
  • Calculated.
  • Can seem to play by the rules.
  • Can control inner rage.
  • The belief they are superior.
  • Preoccupied with ultimate success.

Cerebral narcissist pretends to know it all, and they use all their knowledge, real or fake intellect. The maintenance of their body is a chore they can not be bothered with it, so they use real of fake intelligence to get the attention they crave from those around them.

Somatic.

  • Show off.
  • Pride In appearance.
  • Vain.
  • Impatient.
  • Charming.
  • Arrogant.
  • Entitled.

Somatic, parade their body and looks and brag about their physical selves. Brags about their sexual conquests. They exploit their body’s to gain the attention of others that they crave so badly.

The best way to spot a narcissist is their envy of others, their sense of entitlement, willingness to exploit people and lack of empathy to care for the pain they cause others.

Click the links below to join, Elizabeth Shaw – Life Coach on social media, for more information on Overcoming Narcissistic Abuse.

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All about the narcissist Online course.

Click here to learn more about the narcissist personality disorder.

The narcissists counter-parenting.

Click here for more information on recovery from narcissistic abuse, and information on co-parenting with a narcissist.

Elizabeth Shaw is not a Doctor or a therapist. She is a mother of five, a blogger, a survivor of narcissistic abuse, and a life coach, She always recommends you get the support you feel comfortable and happy with. Finding the right support for you. Elizabeth has partnered with BetterHelp (Sponsored.) where you will be matched with a licensed councillor, who specialises in recovery from this kind of abuse.

Click here for Elizabeth Shaw’s Recommended reading list for more information on recovery from narcissistic abuse.

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