The Destructive Narcissistic Pattern

The Destructive Narcissistic Pattern

Book - 1998
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The destructive narcissistic pattern (DNP) is a term used to describe a constellation of characteristics generally associated with pathological narcissism, but which are fewer and less severe. Nonetheless, these characteristics negatively impact relationships. The destructive narcissist's typical interaction produces negative reactions in others. For example, the individual devalues others, lacks empathy, has a sense of entitlement, and is emotionally shallow. He may function very well and be successful economically, but is unable to form and maintain stable relationships, as evidenced by numerous partners or marriages. The DNP, Brown asserts, is often unrecognized. Although others may find him frustrating and difficult, the individual with DNP can be charming when charm is perceived to be to his benefit.
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998.
ISBN: 9780275960179
027596017X
Branch Call Number: 616.8585 Bro
Characteristics: x, 185 pages ; 25 cm.

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