Boredom: Narcissists have a very low tolerance for routine.
He quickly develops a tolerance to people and objects and his head is on a constant swivel looking for anything, or anyone shiny and new, that will generate a new thrill. He becomes consumed, thinking about it night and day, working himself into a fevered pitch, until of course he grows a tolerance to it and boredom sets in.
Obsession: When a Narcissist has found a new target he is a man obsessed. Contempt: Narcissists hate people and all of humanity for that matter.
They hate the objects of their obsession and they hate themselves for being dependent on the supply they provide.
When you are ignorant of the enemy but know yourself, your chances of winning or losing are equal.
If ignorant both of your enemy and of yourself, you are sure to be defeated in every battle.” Chinese General Sun Tzu. What a Narcissist possesses are pseudo emotions, lacking in depth and substance.
I’ve received a lot of queries lately from people asking how they can get revenge against their Narcissist that left them.
When people are angry and hurting and they realize that they’ve been duped, lied to and manipulated, it’s normal to want the person responsible to feel what you’re feeling.
How they’ve made you feel is completely irrelevant to them.
He’ll view your attempt to make him jealous as nothing more than an ego stroke.
Character Assassination, Assault, or Property Damage: You can cause Narcissistic Injury, which is any slight real or imagined that threatens their ego and sense of grandiosity.
When he sees something, he wants it and he goes after it, but if there are obstacles in the way they can be a source of great irritation.
When people don’t dance to his tune and acknowledge his superiority he will become exceedingly annoyed.