Are you that person?
As stated in Octobers first blog post “The narcissist – who doesn’t know someone that fits this description! We all know someone, who loves himself, or herself, and they are the best thing since sliced bread. Life in general revolves around them”.
Let’s break that down a little further.
First, what is a narcissist – they can be described, as a person who is overly self-involved, and often vain, and selfish, as well, as a person who suffers from narcissism, gaining instant admiration of his, or her own physical, or mental attributes.
What does that really mean?
They love themselves; they would go, as far to say they think they are the best at everything. Don’t bother telling them that they are not. That is a waste of time. They have this almost delicate way of twisting everything all around so that it’s your entire fault when really it is there’s. The topic does not matter; it will all be your fault. You will be left with your head spinning and thinking how did that happen? Don’t spend too much time thinking about it. Walk away, and don’t let it bug you. For more details please visit Sept blog post 2.
Limit your time spent with them
By doing this allows you the peace that you need. It will make you a better, happier well rounded person. If you decide not to, the end result you may not like. You end up spending time with a narcissist then slowly you will become someone you are not. You will also become less happy, and be negative.
Remember you are in control of you, and you always have the option of walking away. Being in the know, and treading carefully is always the best way to handle this sort of situation.