The Narcissist Is Jealous And Envious.

Overcoming narcissist Abuse, by Elizabeth Shaw.

The narcissist and jealousy.

Jealousy is common, we’ve all been jealous at one point or another in our lives, something you wish you had, or someone cheated on you, a place someone visited that you’d like to go to, in fact, something like that, normal people will say, “ I’m so jealous I’d love to visit there.” normal human behaviour, sometimes low self-esteem can cause this. To normal people jealously means to envy.

With a narcissist, jealous means to envy and to destroy. They have no self-esteem, therefore they are extremely jealous of everything around them, not that they’ll show it to those around them. Narcissist believes that everyone around them has something they don’t and they want it, they can be jealous of their own children, for a number of reasons main one if they are getting more attention than the narcissist parent, often why when the children do succeed at something it’ll all be down to the narcissist, if that’s they helped them achieve it, or it’s from the narcissist DNA. The narcissist will always try to turn the attention back onto themselves.

Most people deal with their jealously internally, as they are embarrassed by it, a narcissist will tell those close with comments like “ they must have received an inheritance to afford that.” And things like “ they only got that because someone gave them a hand, I’ve had to do everything for myself.” Please note just because some people say these things. If they don’t have other traits they are not a narcissist, Narcissism is a disorder on a spectrum, they will have the traits even if they show some less than others.

The narcissist will try to sabotage, anything and everyone around them.

A narcissist believes everything is a competition, that they need to win, they believe it’s unfair for others to have something they don’t have. They don’t believe others should be happy, narcissists feel inadequate, in every way about everything, which is why they are so jealous of everything. As narcissistic cannot sustain or even achieve self-worth, they have to get it from those around them. Their own reflective coping mechanism, means they have to get it through others, to meet their needs. Either directly through attention or indirectly through contests they create to win. This is to combat their inner self-hatred and shame, they will deny these feelings often to their inner selves and those around them. If they don’t win, they feel that self-hatred and they have to take action to cover it up and make themselves feel better. This is why when they are jealous, want sympathy or attention others get, they will create a smear campaign it’s designed to ruin that person name so the attention is directed onto them. They may steal, ruin or destroy others possessions, they will try to control those around them that in their minds are working against them, by simply not having the same opinions and not putting the narcissist first in everything they do. Their attempts to destroy people and items they are jealous of, whilst these are harmful towards those around them, it is the narcissist telling themselves they are not good enough, they can not compete, they can not win, so they set out to destroy to win thus making themselves feel better. Instead of coping with their inner insecurities and feelings, they project them onto others, this is their coping mechanism, making it someone else’s problem, someone else’s fault. When they feel jealous and envious it triggers shame, which results in their rage, they feel jealousy or envy, they will create a defensive scenario in their own heads to deflect this onto others by blaming them of being jealous or envious of them. It is pitiful to some and scary to others. The lies they tell about you, which is actually about them, isn’t actually about you in the first place, it’s all to validate themselves at the expense of other people.

You can not help a narcissist, by trying to prove they are wrong, their internal makeup has been in them for a long time, they have a disorder and that disorder is who they are, it’s nothing you have done, there is nothing you can do. It did not start with you and it will not end with you. They are not someone who can be fixed with reassurance, there is nothing you can do for a narcissist to help them, they will just twist it all around back onto you, again to validate to themselves that they are not the problem, even if to you it makes no sense at all. There is no point in defending yourself to them about motives you do not feel, things that did not happen, or emotions you do not feel when they come at you with something. You will never be able to prove something to another, who is unable or unwilling to believe it.

One of the cures for jealous is, self-improvement, as they lack cognitive reflection skills, they can not reflect on things they have done, in order to look through their own past behaviour of their mistakes to create change, to The everything is black and white, either you are pleasing them and you are good, or you’ve done something they didn’t want you to and now they see you as bad. Reflection is something a narcissist cannot do for themselves, as they do not see themselves as a problem, It could be pitiful if some of them were not so dangerous.

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2 thoughts on “The Narcissist Is Jealous And Envious.

  1. I’m trying to get out of a narcissist friendship with a guy. We have been best friends for 4 years. I have enabled his treatment of me for to long and finally started seeing the real him. Every time I disagreed with him or things didn’t go his way he called me names for days and accused me of lying and everything else. In actuality he was the one who constantly lied to me and made up fake people to try to get me jealous and say and do anything to hurt me. Afterwards he told me that I provoked it because everything I do is wrong and annoying and I deserve to be treated like that for not losing weight. He tried controlling what I eat, where I should work and telling me I needed a newer car and wanting me to kick my son out because he is in college and should be out on his own. He only wanted to do things like fishing and sports that he liked and I didn’t. The end of April I finally had it when I was yelled at and constantly called on my cell for me sleeping in and not having my phone charging next to me while I was sleeping in case he had a emergency and needed to get in touch with me. He even threatened to have girls beat me up, start problems with my family and get me fired from work if I don’t apologize for how I treated him and remain friends. I told him I will not be blackmailed and to bring it on because it will be him that will go down and look a fool. He still doesn’t think he did anything wrong. He did apologize but he said it was so he could feel good about himself. I had to dump him to keep my sanity and tired of being treated crappy. I just hate that I can’t get his words out of my head that were hurtful, his lying has made me doubt everything he said and losing my trust in people and that I still miss and care about him and want the best for him, even though he hates me so much. So I’ve been keeping mainly to myself because I’m tired of trusting people close to me and being disappointed. I thought he wanted me to trust him because he cared about me but now realize it was only to have things to throw back in my face and play on my vulnerability so he can hurt me. My heart doesn’t work that way and I seem to attract people like this.

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