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    Definitely an unhealthy INTJ, ENTJ, INTP, ENTP, INFJ, ENFJ, INFP, ENFP, ISTJ, ESTJ, ISFJ, ESFJ, ISTP, ESTP, ISFP or ESFP.

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    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevester View Post
    Definitely an unhealthy INTJ, ENTJ, INTP, ENTP, INFJ, ENFJ, INFP, ENFP, ISTJ, ESTJ, ISFJ, ESFJ, ISTP, ESTP, ISFP or ESFP.
    You forgot the 17th and 18th special unknown types.
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    ISTP

    Quote Originally Posted by ENIGMA2019 View Post
    ?

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    ENTPs, ENFJs, ESTPs, ESFJs, ENFPs, INFPs, INFJs, and INTJs are the most narcissistic types. Though ENFJs are the most narcissistic of all but they're still one of my favorite types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybe View Post
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    Isn't there an appropriate area for this person to spam their videos?

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    You know what I find more interesting? The motive of those who want to connect personality types to rare and incredibly stigmatizing outliers. Almost all people demonstrate a spectrum of narc tendencies throughout life, but clinical NPD is really uncommon enough that, even if particular types have a higher correlation (which is possible) it isn't going to be meaningful enough (imo) to make a valid association with type.


    This NPD witch-hunt (that really took a strong hold it seems, about a decade ago) is I think, really misguided and counterproductive, at this point. It started out as this movement to raise psychological awareness for those trapped in these incredibly harmful, invalidating dynamics, but at some point evolved into this need to slap a tag on any person who we've ever been hurt by, who has different values or priorities or emotional awareness/expressions, or quite often other mental health problems needing to be addressed.

    People read a few books, watch a few you-tube clips, and suddenly become armchair shrinks who believe themselves qualified and experienced enough to start throwing around diagnosis willy fuckin nilly. It's really counter productive on a number of levels.

    No one needs to know that an ENFJ or an ESTP or whatever type is .0000000892 more likely to be a Narc than any other type, for them to recognize they may be one, or involved with one, or that they are in relationships which make them feel bad and needing help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultracrepidarian View Post
    You know what I find more interesting? The motive of those who want to connect personality types to rare and incredibly stigmatizing outliers. Almost all people demonstrate a spectrum of narc tendencies throughout life, but clinical NPD is really uncommon enough that, even if particular types have a higher correlation (which is possible) it isn't going to be meaningful enough (imo) to make a valid association with type.


    This NPD witch-hunt (that really took a strong hold it seems, about a decade ago) is I think, really misguided and counterproductive, at this point. It started out as this movement to raise psychological awareness for those trapped in these incredibly harmful, invalidating dynamics, but at some point evolved into this need to slap a tag on any person who we've ever been hurt by, who has different values or priorities or emotional awareness/expressions, or quite often other mental health problems needing to be addressed.

    People read a few books, watch a few you-tube clips, and suddenly become armchair shrinks who believe themselves qualified and experienced enough to start throwing around diagnosis willy fuckin nilly. It's really counter productive on a number of levels.

    No one needs to know that an ENFJ or an ESTP or whatever type is .0000000892 more likely to be a Narc than any other type, for them to recognize they may be one, or involved with one, or that they are in relationships which make them feel bad and needing help.
    Couldn't agree more.

    As in pretty much any case when a layperson is attempting to diagnose a medical/mental condition it's more for shaming purposes, rather than for actually raising awareness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aridela View Post
    Couldn't agree more.

    As in pretty much any case when a layperson is attempting to diagnose a medical/mental condition it's more for shaming purposes, rather than for actually raising awareness.
    Yeah man, thats sad as fuck...
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