This is a bandit of the open space. A torturer corporate, dreadful and dreaded. You think it's rather handsome man, clean-shaven and impeccably groomed, elegant, smile Colgate, as Patrick Bateman in the novel American Psycho by Breat Easton Ellis. We imagine the top floor of a tower Defense, in a large office or treading the thick carpet of the corridors and unchecking smiles of the hypocrites to his neighbors desk. A man so... No, parity is respected: there are also perverse narcissistic.
Man or woman, the perverse narcissistic practice the "pokerface" to perfection: he can smile on command and, in a fraction of a second, to find a face cold, without trying to get the slightest emotion. The emotion, that is precisely what he has not. On the other hand, his great talent is to use those of others.see also : "The people who are in the office" #20: true!
He was for a time the lord asked of One of the magazines. A chestnut who was the star of the records "Psychology to the" office " and the star of the event practical coaching: the perverse narcissist, how to recognize it? How to avoid it? How to deal with his unhealthy influence? How to take it to his own trap? How to keep him head?
This omnipresence in the media of the perverse narcissist has created an effect of psychosis and a lot of paranoia: if one speaks as much of the perverse narcissist is that they are everywhere in the open space. To such a point that as soon as he finds a colleague, even a little unpleasant, it is called the perverse narcissistic...
go Back to the definition. A perverse narcissist or a person with a narcissistic personality disorder is a person who has an image demeaning of herself, and that their sense of worth by demeaning others, according to the website Passport to Health.
If one of your colleagues, with an oversized ego, is convinced to be the messiah of the management, this is not a perverse, narcissistic: it is a pretentious, which was the melon. If a comrade multiplies the suppression and is a follower of the masses low in your back, this is not a perverse, narcissistic: it is a gougnafier and a liar. Finally, if a colleague is a kerb a little too insistent, it might just be a pervert, but not narcissistic: it is a big heavy.
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a Lot of negative comments against the author, do not seem to you they not excessive ? a
is this not just an entry in the field ? a
vulgarity when it comes to you it not perverse ?
we have been in power for decades and who are working against the French people.PetitVoyagueurle 21/06/2020 18:25
article missed.can do betterRead the 17 comments