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Raised in the American Midwest, Colt Williams made a name for himself in dating with a style based on soulful poetic seductions and playful dance floor antics.

His style is all about inspiring girls and drawing them into one’s world.

But ironic how you shift blame onto someone else for something lacking in your own life - there's sure enough people ass-uming that all narcissists are men - 2 way street folks ...

Take the questionnaire yourself if you can swallow it I think my boyfriend definitely displays all 10 signs.

I have been feeling in the last few years that I'm not sure who I am anymore, and I'm starting to think it is because the self image I cling to is not in fact me, but is an overcompensation from when I was outcasted as a child at school, criticised excessively at home, but also told I was 'gifted'. I'm not sure I was ever particularly entitled, but I did think I was superior up until my teen years (to other kids, I mean), and I notice that I am also attracted to narcissists and 'see myself' in them.

My young mind decided I was 'special' and that's why I was alone - others were just too stupid to understand me. I get the sense that I am 'finally with someone on my level', like 'I belong here'. Fortunately, I'm aware such ideas are absurd and as a much more balanced adult am able to see that and question it.

Making decisions for others to suit one’s own needs. is available as a presenter, workshop facilitator, and private coach. References Being a narcissistic person is also suffering, that one is worse, to anything and why you need to shine in order to erase the suffering.” ― Anonymous In a big way, these external symbols become pivotal parts of the narcissist’s false identity, replacing the real and injured self. They expect others to cater (often instantly) to their needs, without being considerate in return. However, once they lose interest in you (most likely after they’ve gotten what they want, or became bored), they may drop you without a second thought. Thinking of oneself as a hero or heroine, a prince or princess, or one of a kind special person. Many narcissists enjoy spreading and arousing negative emotions to gain attention, feel powerful, and keep you insecure and off-balance.A narcissist can be very engaging and sociable, as long as you’re fulfilling what she desires, and giving her all of your attention. Some narcissists have an exaggerated sense of self-importance, believing that others cannot live or survive without his or her magnificent contributions. They are easily upset at any real or perceived slights or inattentiveness.How do you know when you’re dealing with a narcissist? The narcissist enjoys getting away with violating rules and social norms, such as cutting in line, chronic under-tipping, stealing office supplies, breaking multiple appointments, or disobeying traffic laws. Oversteps and uses others without consideration or sensitivity. In these situations, the narcissist uses people, objects, status, and/or accomplishments to represent the self, substituting for the perceived, inadequate “real” self.The following are some telltale signs, excerpted from my book (click on title): “How to Successfully Handle Narcissists”. The narcissist loves to talk about him or herself, and doesn’t give you a chance to take part in a two-way conversation. These grandstanding “merit badges” are often exaggerated.