Narcissists need no one else but themselves. They think about no one and nothing. In a way they feed on others(soul and heart) and leave them when they are of no more use.
Narcissists are charming, exasperating, captivating and sometimes downright ludicrous; the weird world of the megalomaniac.
Narcissism isn't just a combination of monumental self-esteem and rudeness. As a personality type, it ranges from a tendency to a serious clinical disorder, encompassing unexpected, even counterintuitive behavior. Real-life narcissists, however, desperately need other people to validate their own worth. It is not so much being liked. It is much more important to be admired. the narcissists are willing to sacrifice being liked if they think it is necessary to be admired.
Deep desire to be at the center of things is served by extreme self-confidence, a combination that makes narcissists attractive and even charming. Buoyed by a coterie of admiring friends and associates, protected by the armor of positive self-regard—someone with a mild-to-moderate case of narcissism can float through life feeling pretty good about him. Since they feel entitled to special treatment, they…
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