[Unhealthy 3 Enneagram, 1.1 Tone scale is a classic.  Similar or identical to Psychopaths.]

See: Psychopaths (Mafia)  Grimes, David Robert

Flying Monkey's

Narcissistic Personality Disorder 101 Quiz  [Melanie Tonia Evans]

Narcissistic Personality Quiz

Dealing with narcissism in your family or work-life? You're not alone -- and finally, there's help

Why Gray Rock Beats Paper

Divorcing a Narcissist (One Momís Battle)

[1983] NARCISSISM: Denial of the True Self by Alexander Lowen, M.D.

Shahida Arabi
Melanie Tonia Evans
Kim Wilson
Laura Leon  [Thriving After Narcissism]

Refuge Survivors (Empaths Surviving Narcissism & Sociopath Abuse)
Thriving After Narcissism

Evil by H G Tudor (Book)

[2016] Becoming the Narcissist's Nightmare: How to Devalue and Discard the Narcissist While Supplying Yourself by Shahida Arabi 

The Narcissist You Know: Defending Yourself Against Extreme Narcissists in an All-About-Me Age.

The Vindictive Narcissist  ''Such men are loathsome and I find it almost impossible to feel any empathy for them, though of course they never come for individual treatment so I donít actually have to try. The word I use to describe them is reptilian: they seem so cold-blooded, without any genuine feeling for other people, and their desire to inflict pain or even destroy their former spouses seems inhuman, snake-like'' .

''A narcissistic sociopath is someone with a combination of narcissistic personality disorder and definitive behavioral signs of sociopathy. People with narcissism are characterized by their excessive and persistent need for others' admiration and positive reinforcement. They generally have grandiose opinions of themselves and believe they are superior to other people. Narcissists are also frequently convinced that they are above the normal responsibilities and obligations of everyday life, so they usually have significant difficulties maintaining employment or relationships as a result. The narcissistic sociopath has this type of personality along with a noticeable lack of regard for the rights of others and a tendency to regularly violate those rights. 
    One noted difference between a narcissistic sociopath and people with narcissism alone is that the narcissist with the sociopathy reacts strongly and sometimes even violently to negative feedback. True sociopaths generally do not respond to criticism or care what others may think of them. A narcissistic sociopath is unable to tolerate criticism and needs constant praise, as well as deference from other people. Many with this condition present themselves in the best light possible and are able to easily charm others to gain their trust.''


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