Saturday, November 22, 2014

Be Nice, But Not Stupid

Kindness is a virtue. But one lesson I've learned is that, if you're not careful, a morally disordered person will always take advantage of someone's good nature. With female malignant narcissists, this typically involves using relational aggression to harm a "friend." (Malignant personalities never have true friends, just people they use for one reason or another.)

For instance, you want to be sure that the people you let into your life are trustworthy. If not, they could infiltrate your other relationships. It's almost a given that if you introduce a morally disordered female narcissist to your friends, or to your family members, she will seize upon these people like a hungry predator. When she turns on you, which inevitably will happen, she'll cause a lot of collateral damage, as she works relentlessly to turn others against you.

Malignant narcissists are very conniving and convincing. Never underestimate their ability to cause trouble.

Although we want to be nice, kind and welcoming to all, in this day and age, we have to be cautious. We cannot just blindly trust a new acquaintance with our sensitive information. If someone is highly malicious, we can't trust them with any information, because these little tidbits will be twisted and embellished upon. I've never known a female malignant narcissist to not use relational aggression as a means to exert power and control.

So, learn all you can about malignant narcissism, in order to protect yourself from these predators. Don't make the mistake of being too open and carefree with introductions. Under no circumstances should you bring a new female into your circle of work associates, since this could be inviting disaster.


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