posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 09:22 PM
You are very possibly working for a narcissist. If so, BIG MISTAKE.
You may want to look up NPD, Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Check out the traits and main characteristics.
Narcissism is more common and dangerous than many people realize. It's a serious disorder that's often ignored or downplayed. Some people think
narcissists are just very self-absorbed people. But, it goes way beyond self absorbed. Unlike other mental illnesses their disorder does NOT affect
them -- it affects everyone in their life.
They project their stuff onto others because they have an inferiority complex, even though they act superior. They are the most (except for
sociopaths) toxic, abusive, destructive people you can have in your life. They destroy good, decent people emotionally and financially.
Aside from lacking empathy for others, one of the main characteristics is low emotional intelligence or EQ.
They accuse others of having low EQ as a form of distraction, and also to create drama, as they feed off of the negative emotions that they
inspire/evoke ... the anger, fear or pain of others.
Working for a narcissist or living with one is very dangerous. Many people who work for one or who live with one or have one close in their life wind
up abusing drugs and/or alcohol as a way to escape the pain and emotional torment. They try to make you think you are crazy -- that's what they do.
Having a narcissist is your life is playing with fire.
As I said, from an emotional and psychological standpoint they are dangerous people to be around, especially because their disorder does not affect
them -- but, it will affect and impact you ... and not in a positive way.
Never, ever confront them about their disorder or ugly behaviors and never confide in them. Anything you say can and will be used against you ...
after they twist and spin it to suit their needs. It's best to safely get them out of your life (let them think they dumped/rejected you) and move on
Google NPD. I hope this helps. Good luck.