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PeteHamilton

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Iv been drawing and painting for longer than can remember, a natural and sometimes necessary inclination, and am self taught.

My paintings have mostly been concerned with human and organic forms, the human condition twisting, reaching and evolving out of and beyond their usual and recognizable states and limitations, unrestrained and transitional, body and soul being separate or dislocated entities.

Current Residence: uk
Favourite photographer: Joel Peter Witkin
Favourite cartoon character: saladfingers
Personal Quote: In my dreams I run on all fours
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Understanding Narcissistic Personality Disorder

..A public information broadcast..


Malignant narcissism is a life-long pattern of traits and behaviors which signify infatuation and obsession with one's self to the exclusion of all others and the egotistic and ruthless pursuit of one's gratification, dominance and ambition.


The narcissist feels grandiose and self-important (e.g., exaggerates accomplishments, talents, skills, contacts, and personality traits to the point of lying, and demands to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements.

They require and expect excessive admiration, adulation, attention and affirmation – or, failing that, wish to be feared and to be notorious. Any attention is ‘narcissistic supply’ to them, whether they be loved or hated, any attention upon them is favorable. What the narcissist hates most is to simply be ignored, to turn ones back on a narc is the ultimate insult. ‘Narcissistic supply’ is the psychological fuel they need to function and survive, either by grooming sources by idealizing them and placing them on a pedestal , or by victimizing and bullying those they develop a pathological envy toward. All attention is fuel to the narcissist


Assumed Entitlement; A narcissist will demand automatic and full compliance with his or her unreasonable expectations for special and favorable priority treatment.

They are pathologically envious of others and seek to hurt or destroy the objects of his or her frustration. If someone within the narcissists ‘kingdom’ is perceived as more intelligent, attractive, popular, successful, talented or, especially,- kind, caring and giving, then this person will inevitably become a target of the narcissists hate campaign.

The narcissist suffers from persecutory (paranoid) delusions as he or she assumes that everyone else internally operates as vindictively, insidiously, and ruthlessly as they do, and assumes others feel the same about the narcissist and are likely to act similarly against them.


The narcissist behaves arrogantly and haughtily. They feel superior, omnipotent, invincible, immune, and "above the law". They exhibit ‘narcissistic rage’ when frustrated, becoming verbally or physically aggressive or violent when contradicted, or confronted by people he or she considers inferior to him or her and are unworthy, or their perceived superiority is felt to be challenged. They despise people who challenge them or fail to admire them. They are hypersensitive to any perceived slight against them, from someone who may inadvertently cause a 'narcissistic injury' against them..

They are "interpersonally exploitative", i.e., they use others to achieve his or her own ends. They think nothing of mercilessly and vindictively victimizing others they perceive as a threat to their goals.

What creates a narcissist may be linked to a dysfunctional childhood, such as excessive pampering, extremely high expectations, abuse or neglect.

The traits of psychopaths and narcissists overlap, but they both lack a conscience and empathy, -are both unable or unwilling to identify with, acknowledge, or accept the feelings, needs, preferences, priorities, and choices of others, but whereas a psychopath is morally unrestrained because of these psychological deficits to do as they please in pursuit of their own gratification and goals, the narcissist needs, and will orchestrate, revel in, and feed off the pain, misery, and emotional destruction of others that they create around them to psychologically survive and thrive.


Tricks and tactics the pathological narcissist will commonly use against others.

Idealize-De value-Abandon.


The narcissist, having observed and selected their source of supply, will first idealize them, and initially they are made to feel like the most important person in the world as they groom them, lavishing them with praise and flattery, coming across as a wonderful, giving and altruistic person in the process. They will typically target kind, giving, and empathic people who will listen to them and care about them, giving them their vital supply of attention, but when the narcissist exhausts their source of supply, they then devalue that person, with a need to belittle and humiliate them, usually spreading malicious gossip or rumors about them, or they may abandon while leaving a door open to return as a back up supply for the future in 'times of drought'.. They then move onto another source of supply that they have most likely already secured.

Slander, spreading rumors and smear campaigns are typically common tactics the narcissistic will use without hesitation or conscience against others.

Gaining sympathy.


They may portray themselves as victims to gain sympathy if they feel this tactic may benefit them, and they will say they have had it tougher and have suffered more than anyone else. A covert narcissist may feign modesty and humility.

Divide and conquer.


Manipulation is what the narcissist does best, it is their true talent which they use extensively. They typically work to isolate their ‘narcissistic supply’ or victim from their friends, family, or co-workers; their ‘support network’. They typically tell tales about others behind their backs to achieve this, misrepresenting things or lying, often to the point where they may believe their own untruths. They often describe their victim as the abuser, the crazy one, or the problem person, getting others to join in the abuse. The narcissist will then confront, challenge their victim, knowing how to push their buttons to get a reaction to prove they are as crazy as the narcissist has already described them as.

Top 3 abuser tactics


1  Start a smear campaign against you/suggesting or implying things about your character and/or behavior to others
2  Tell others that you are the abuser and they are the victim to recruit others in their campaign
3  Create a situation where they can push your buttons to try to make you respond with their goal of making you look like the crazy one.

Gaslighting


..Where false information is presented with the intent of making a victim doubt his or her own memory, perception and sanity. Instances may range simply from the denial by an abuser that previous abusive incidents ever occurred, up to the staging of bizarre events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim.

Malignant narcissism as demonic possession.

The narcissist is an amalgam of lowly negative traits.; they are deceitful, duplicitous they are psychologically, interpersonally, socially, and globally destructive. Habitually divisive and manipulative, they are sly and underhand in their methods and tactics and know how to sidestep and avoid the consequences  of their actions. They divide families, friends, couples and co-workers, either to achieve their own goals or simply for the pleasure or sport of it. They tempt, lure, and provoke others into hitherto uncharacteristic behaviours and dark places within themselves. Innately sadistic, they need and feed off the misery, pain, and suffering of others. Full of shame, envy, and contempt, they are uncreative, joyless, humourless, and are contemptuous of the happiness of others. They carry a thick dark energy around with them like a sickness..  They destroy relationships, marriages and lives, and cause suicides.
Worst, and most insidiously destructive of all, narcissists change people.. Their victims being at risk of becoming like the narc, -hateful, rageful, taking to thinking vindictively and viciously from the abuse and treatment they have endured from the narc.  

Narcs are empty shells that merely appear human, feeding off the inner light of others that they do not possess themselves. For all intents and purposes malignant narcissism can be viewed as demonic possession, and malignant narcissists may well develop from childhood from an already weak character.

Conclusion.

Underneath its facade, the narcissist is an empty and hollow, boring and mundane creature, living its life behind a mask even when by themselves, and are ultimately alone. There is no cure for the narcissist, they cannot, and do not wish to change, for within their own inner world, they are almighty, and above all others, but within, they are driven by insecurity and a pathological envy of others. The narcissist is a paranoid and joyless creature, living in fear of what scares them the most; to be found out, to be revealed for what they are.

 The covert narcissist;  youtu.be/-vi6GT8TMm8

11 traits of a narcissistic controller ;youtu.be/PwFMhpK5lqk

fake, cunning and manipulative ;  youtu.be/rtSb0sgf3pQ


 



Share awareness,
shine the light.

Know your enemy;

for past, present or future reference,

for knowledge is power..

Heads up,

for the narcissistic epidemic, 'the narc apocalypse' is already upon us..



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Happy Birthday! :D
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Happy Birthday! :party: I wish you only the positive impressions of this year!
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