Understanding Emotional Empathy : The Difference Between Empath, Normal and Narcissist
What is Emotional Empathy and who has it? What is its role with regard to empaths, normal people and narcissists?
To ensure you understand what has happened to you in respect of your involvement with the narcissist AND to allow you to defend yourself against future ensnarement and hurt, this Assistance Package will provide you with a wealth of information which includes :-
Understanding Emotional Empathy and what it is
Understanding how Emotional Empathy operates with regard to empaths, normals and narcissists
What does Emotional Empathy do?
Why empaths and normal people can be hurtful and why?
How to recognise Emotional Empathy
The relationship between Emotional Empathy and Cognitive Empathy
Several detailed scenarios demonstrating for you in clear and understandable terms the interactions between empaths, normals and narcissists in respect of conflict and its resolution
Several detailed scenarios to help you understand the difference of response from those involved in conflict
Several detailed scenarios demonstrating the response of empaths, normals and narcissists so you understand how instinctive manipulations occur
Several detailed scenarios showing how Wounding and Challenge Fuel factor into the concept of Emotional Empathy and Cognitive Empathy
This Assistance Package is delivered by audio file and will enhance your understanding of a key component of human behaviour and most importantly of all it will ensure you recognise how a narcissist is behaving in the context of emotional empathy so you are able to defend yourself.
2 thoughts on “Understanding Emotional Empathy : The Difference Between Empath, Normal and Narcissist”
Alex, that is such a brilliant suggestion – categorise people as such in the 4 groups. Hmmm, note to myself, to form a ‘code’ for each person in my address book LOL. I could do it by colour from shades of black to grey to white OR use numbers (such a dreadful thing to think, but that is what some organisations do in any case)…… I am laughing at the thought of doing it though.
I totally agree RE: your words on too many terms out there. Yes, I can see it working as a system of categorising. HG has actually ‘nailed it’ on the head here. Who knows? Maybe they’ll throw out the ‘rule book’ of DSM lists as we know it and start again using HG’s Theory (Categorising the Sheep……sorry, the People).
I found HG’s The Ultra Framework really useful into seeing the empath to narcissism ‘spectrum’ as he explains it. Your comment in taking HG’s concept into the people in your life is a good way of separating the wheat from the chaff so to speak. Thank you for sharing 🙂
I just wanted to say that I’ve found the different categorizations of people from the Ultra Framework which include empath, normal, narcissistic, and narcissist extremely beneficial and useful. Knowing that everyone on the planet will fall into one of those four categories is very simple to understand. There are too many terms out there (ex. Borderline, Malignant Narcissist, etc.) that just cause too much confusion.
As I go through my life, I find myself now categorizing people that I meet in my daily interactions into one of these four groups. If I meet a woman at a bar, I am categorizing her into one of the groups within 15-30 minutes of talking with her. I’ve already categorized my family, friends, co-workers, former romantic partners, etc. into these groups. I now understand why one of my parents who is a Normal behaves in a hostile manner sometimes at restaurants towards wait staff, etc.
The Ultra Framework has completely changed the way I view people in my life. I’m grateful for it because now I can sniff out narcissists very efficiently and evade them. That doesn’t mean I’m flawless in spotting them. I will still utilize HG’s materials (Red Flag, HG Mauls Series, etc.) for assistance in identifying them or of course I can utilize a Narc Detector if necessary. That being said, I’m grateful that HG is weaponizing us.