Why?

Why? Understanding the Narcissist's Behaviour by [Tudor, H G]

Why? The ever present question about why the narcissist did as he or she did? A host of questions which overwhelm, confuse and paralyse the victim. Not any longer. A range of fascinating questions, some common, others rare, have been selected dealing with the various elements of the narcissistic entanglement. Forthright and accessible answers are given to these key questions, jargon-free and in an enlightening manner which will aid any reader. The key to freedom starts with understanding. Read this and stop asking why.

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  1. The difference between narcissists and “normal” people is first of all fysical. It is a defect in the frontal lobe in the cerebral cortex. One of the four chambers – prefrontal cortex – has never been develpoed the way it should, and the narcissist is therefore unable to feel joy, happiness or sympathie/empathy or remorse/guilt.
    It is like asking a blind man if he can describe the piece of cake in front of him, on some level he can, because someone has told him what a piece of cake looks like, but he will never be able to describe it in the same manner as someone who has the ability to see.
    When it comes to interacting with narcissist on a cognitive level it is all a matter of perspectives. My N friend once asked my if I would take a happy pill every morning if I could, my answer was no.
    I enjoy all my moods and emotions. They make me whole and human, and with all my brain functions intact.
    I know now that my N friend is an upper level Lesser Narcissist, and the beginning of every conversation with him is interesting, because we always start over. Normally when you talk to a friend you pick up the conversation from where you left off, but with N it starts over.
    During our conversation (face2face or on the phone), he talks and I listen, but he always asks me the four same questions regarding subjects he knows are missing in my life:)
    The conversations are very predictable, and I am not sure why he still calls, and what sort of fuel he is getting from me. I don’t care, I get information on sadistic manipulative behavor, and in my job getting as much and as correct information as possible is always no 1

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