narcissistic personality disorder has a long-time
pattern of grandiosity (in fantasy or behavior), need for admiration, and lack of empathy,
beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts.
Their minds are so filled with the fantasies of success
and the desire for self-importance and attention, that they become insensitive
to other people's needs and might exploit others.
Less than 1% of the general population has histrionic personality disorder.
People with narcissistic personality disorder will have a majority of the following symptoms:
show a great sense of self-importance, boasts and exaggerates their talents and achievements, and expects others to admire them although they have not achieved anything remarkable.
expects others to see them as a superior person
believes that they are unique and special, and that only people of high-status people can understand them.
needs a lot of admiration and praise.
their minds are occupied with their dreams of power, success, beauty and they need to be the center of attention.
have unreasonable expectations others to treat them with exceptionally favorable treatment.
take advantage of others to fulfill their purposes
unwilling to recognize other's needs and feelings
often jealous of others and thinks that others are also jealous of them