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  • Elfboy Exhibits Healthy Narcissism

    9 17.65%
  • Elfboy Exhibits Mild Narcissisistic Personality Disorder

    18 35.29%
  • Elfboy Exhibiys Severe Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    12 23.53%
  • Elfboy is not a Narcissist

    12 23.53%
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    Honestly? I've seen worse. I wonder if you're just a young ENFP with a grandiose idealized self.

    You're mildly narcisstic, but I don't about severely --- like I've said, I've seen worse. You seem to be able to admit that you're wrong and have flaws, etc.

    I am not convinced that you totally are *not* a narcissist, though, since you believe there's such a thing as "healthy narcissism" and other things you said in the other thread.

    That's why I voted mild NPD.

    I think you really should talk to a professional, though, honestly. People can think all kinds of things about you on the Internet, bro.

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    No but you do remind me of an incredibly prissy cat with a spoiled sense of entitlement at times.

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    I'm just trying to determine if he REALLY thinks he's superior, or if he's just being a young ENFP who is like "oh I'm going to do something super special with my life!"

    It's just that when I was 19 and thought I was going to do something SUPER SPECIAL with my life, and visualized myself doing AWESOME INCREDIBLE THINGS...I still wanted to help other people. It was never like "oh I can't wait to have the power that I so richly deserve."

    That's what I'm trying to determine here. If what you're saying is a form of the same thing...or totally different.

    Because in my case, I think I was just young and had dreams that weren't entirely realistic, and I had to have this sort of confidence in order to overcome my past.

    Tell me - have you had to overcome anything? Like self-talk yourself that you are special so that you can just have the normal level of confidence to pursue your goals?

    Or are you a spoiled, prissy cat? Cuz if you're just a spoiled, prissy cat - you're a narcissist.

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    I can't say what a narc Elfboy is because I don't know her/him in real life, and her/his tone might change online as to what tone he/she takes in real life, - tone being behavior and apparently more than 50%-90% of it doesn't transmit through text.

    So I'm just going to take you as an ENFP and say through my experience with ENFPs that they usually aren't narcs but only when they're values are (in their eyes) violated in some way, or when they really need to let one of their 'stories' out. It gets even worse when they think you're not listening/when you interrupt, because of their drive to be heard as a human being.

    “Shyness has a strange element of narcissism, a belief that how we look, how we perform, is truly important to other people.”- Andre Dubus

    It's how you view narcissism that's the problem, I think you're really actually viewing your ENFP drive, & ENFP self-esteem as megalomania.
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    There's something unconvincing about a person posting a thread asking about whether others think they're a narcissist, and then saying "I really don't care what you think either way."
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    If your thread-making pattern is our only observational basis, your diagnosis does not look good my friend.

    However, I know nothing about you apart from this, so I cannot say. I'm going to give your need to verbalize your navel-gazing the benefit of the doubt and chalk it up to age, inexperience, and/or exuberance.

    Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    what do you think? please answer honestly, I really don't care either way
    as always, feel free to post your reasonings below. have fun
    Edit: PLEASE VOTE!
    You're so vain, you probably think this thread is about you.

    EDIT: More seriously, this topic might get moved... it's not really about "Other psychological topics" since Elfboy is not a psychological topic in himself (I hope!). I'm just not quite sure what box it goes in.
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    self centered, yes, NPD, no.

    I feel a certain fondness for you though, you remind me of my 15 yo enfp son, except he is a bit sweeter.

    Look inwards first, feel, then look outwards and you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orobas View Post
    self centered, yes, NPD, no.

    I feel a certain fondness for you though, you remind me of my 15 yo enfp son, except he is a bit sweeter.

    Look inwards first, feel, then look outwards and you'll be fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
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