PhantomFlogger Posted August 12, 2022 Posted August 12, 2022 To be clear im talking about the personality disorder not the slur. If NPD is a mental health issue should they be pitied and looked after? I've never met a person diagnosed with a narcissistic personality disorder but i know there are atleast 4 types. Grandiose- who think they are the centre of the world and treat everyone like objects, ones they dislike and ones they cherish. Malignant- always feeling like the world owes them something and you dont deserve things as much as they do. But always strive to be better and never settle Communal- gain status through gestures and actions, they believe they are better than you and have more liberties because they volunteer, give to charity, attend meetings or run clubs. Covert/ vulnerable- a constant feeling they are disliked, bullied, prayed upon because nobody loved them with the passion they love themselves, and if you give them attention they will love you just as hard or drop you when you don't make them feel special. I can see how a Narcissist would enjoy being a Dom/me, all that power and submission, they can play out that fantasy. But is it healthy to feed into that if we know it adds to the delusion of grandeur? With Narcissists tendency to isolate and control people should we be supporting them or marginalising them? I heard people with BPD work well with people with NPD... is this true and is it healthy? Lastly, everyone claims to have fallen for a narcissist at some point in their lives, or fallen "victim" to one, are they really that common? And if we all fall for them, there must be something attractive about being around them. Is there such thing as a good Narcissist?