6 Traits Of The Parasitic Narcissist
Narcissists are parasites. They live only to leech off of others. Do not let the parasitic narcissist leech off of you and eat away at your greatness!
“The creator stands on his own judgment. The parasite follows the opinions of others. The creator thinks, the parasite copies. The creator produces, and the parasite loots. The creator’s concern is the conquest of nature – the parasite’s concern is the conquest of men. The creator requires independence, he neither serves nor rules. He deals with men by free exchange and voluntary choice.
The parasite seeks power, he wants to bind all men together in common action and common slavery. He claims that man is only a tool for the use of others.
That he must think as they think, act as they act, and live is selfless, joyless servitude to any need but his own. Look at history. Everything thing we have, every great achievement has come from the independent work of some independent mind.
Every horror and destruction came from attempts to force men into a herd of brainless, soulless robots. Without personal rights, personal ambition, and without will, hope, or dignity. It is an ancient conflict. It has another name: the individual against the collective”.” – Ayn Rand, Fountainhead
The Pest Narcissist ~ A Codependent Narcissistic Personality Disorder
I have often said that narcs are like parasites. That all they do is leech off of great people. How they steal and loot in the name of “JUSTICE”. That these parasites seek to control how others think and feel.
Narcissistic people are parasites and their legion of mindless fools/drones/ciphers will never understand what it is to think of your own volition.
These fools believe the thoughts that have been implanted in their peanut minds are their own, not knowing they simply regurgitate nonsense that has been spoon-fed to them…like the kidults they are!
The flying monkeys, “the missing links in our evolution”, are just mindless fools who take orders like a dog!
Just because you don’t fit in, or are liked by people at work, at your school, at your religious holy place to worship (how holy of these people to gossip about others — LAWD have mercy on these pure souls), by your narcissistic family, or if you have been discarded by a narc — none of it should matter.
What is a parasitic narcissist?
This is a narcissist who is a human parasite and who has an inflated sense of self-importance and a deep need for attention and admiration.
They are often charming and charismatic, but they use other people to get what they want.
They can be manipulative and exploitative, and they may also have a sense of entitlement.
These narcissists can be difficult to deal with because they may not take responsibility for their actions and they may try to control or manipulate others.
These narcissist’s distorted reality is messed up beyond repair.
The traits of these narcissists (The Parasitic Lifestyle Of These Trolls)
Many parasite host relationships are based on empaths/narcissists.
This narcissist is someone who displays the traits of both a narcissist and a parasite.
A narcissist is someone who is excessively self-centered and has an inflated sense of self-importance. A parasite is an organism that lives off of another organism, often without the other’s knowledge or consent.
They will use others to their benefit, while at the same time putting them down and making them feel inferior. They will take what they can from someone and then move on to their next victim. They are often charming and charismatic, which makes them good at manipulation.
Some common traits of these pest narcissists include:
- being manipulative (being passive aggressive)
- selfish (parasitic narcissist’s eyes only their desires)
- self-centered (the narcissist continuously orchestrates drama)
- callous (playing mind games)
- unempathetic (They love giving the silent treatment)
- lacking in remorse
1 – Being Manipulative
A parasitic narcissist is someone who will try to control and manipulate others to get what they want. They are often very good at making people feel sorry for them and will use this to their advantage.
Parasitic narcissists usually have very low self-esteem and are always looking for ways to make themselves feel better.
If you think you might be dealing with a parasitic narcissist, it is important to be aware of their manipulative tactics.
2 – Selfish
A parasitic narcissist is someone who is excessively self-involved and only cares about themselves. They are often manipulative and use others to get what they want. They can be charming and superficially friendly, but they are only interested in themselves.
Parasitic narcissists are often parasites in the literal sense, as they may leech off of others financially or emotionally. They may also take advantage of others in relationships or take credit for other people’s work.
‘If you suspect you may be dealing with a parasitic narcissist, it’s important to be aware of their manipulative tactics and set boundaries accordingly.
3 – Self-Centered
A parasitic narcissist is someone who is excessively self-centered and only looks out for themselves. They are the type of person who will take advantage of others and use them to get what they want. Parasitic narcissists are often manipulative and can be very difficult to deal with.
4 – Callous
The parasitic narcissist is a callous, unempathetic individual who is only interested in themselves. They lack any real empathy or concern for others and will often exploit and manipulate them for their own gain. This type of narcissist is often extremely charming and charismatic, which can make them very difficult to spot. If you think you may be dealing with a parasitic narcissist, watch out for these key traits.
5 – Unempathetic
This type of narcissist is even more unempathetic than other narcissists. They often use people for their gain without any regard for how it may affect the other person.
Parasitic narcissists are often emotionally manipulative and can be very difficult to deal with. If you think you may be dealing with a parasitic narcissist, it is important to seek professional help.
6 – Lacking In Remorse
A parasitic narcissist is someone who lacks remorse. This type of person is often self-centered and manipulative. They may take advantage of others and use them for their own gain. Parasitic narcissists may also be charming and persuasive. However, they typically lack empathy and concern for others.
How they operate
They are the type who derives their sense of self-worth and importance from leeching off of other people. They are often very charming and charismatic, making it easy for them to take advantage of good people.
While they may seem like they are always happy and confident, underneath that facade is a deep sense of insecurity. They need constant validation and attention from others in order to feel good about themselves. This can make them manipulative and controlling in relationships.
The damage a parasitic narcissist can cause
Victims of these narcissists often suffer from feelings of worthlessness, anxiety, and depression. They may also struggle with boundary issues and have difficulty saying “no” to the demands of the narcissist.
Narcissistic abuse can be extremely damaging to a victim’s mental and emotional health.
How to protect yourself from them
It is better to have the world hate you for who you are, this world full of mindless fools stumbling around in the dark than to love you for giving up the light that is you.
Walk away from these dark foolish souls.
Don’t be a torch that is meant to light the way for others fluffed out by the deluge of irrationality for staying with these people for so long.
Your story of how you escaped from these collective fools and became a better person because of leaving them will be the light that helps others find their way out of the dark relationships they have found themselves lost in.
The narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder that is characterized by having an overblown sense of self-importance, a need for excessive admiration, and a lack of empathy.
People with this disorder often take advantage of others to get what they want and feel entitled to special treatment.
‘If you think you may be dealing with a narcissistic personality disorder, it is important to seek professional help.