5 Reasons Why the Narcissist is Targeting You
It’s easy to become a target, especially if you’re an empath and have “certain qualities” that narcissists find appealing. Narcissists always feel able to control you. Did you know that your personality can make you a victim of narcissism? This is why the narcissist is after you.
If we are looking to acquire the devices that propel us, it is only logical that we devote most of our time to the person who will be our main source of fuel.
Of course, how much time we spend on this depends on the individual narcissist, but all of our peers look for certain traits that are prevalent in empathic people.
Certain core traits are present in empathic people. Normal people have some of these traits, but probably not all of them, and they don’t have them to the degree or degree that empathic people do. That’s why ordinary people are rarely made our main sources.
There are also traits called class features. These are the traits that appeal to the particular narcissist, whether they are a victim, somatic, cerebral, or elite narcissist.
The core properties are of great importance to us. Their existence provides us with the three key elements that we inherit from our victims. First, these traits mean that the fuel supply is high because they are tied to the victim’s emotional output.
Second, these properties result in certain residual benefits that we want. Third, by bonding with someone who has these qualities, we can pretend that we have them too. We don’t have those qualities. So we want to take them from you to apply to our construct and pass them off as ours.
Because we are experts and copiers, we do not have these traits ourselves, nor do we feel them, but we can reproduce them by studying your behavior because you have these traits. We then apply them to our behavior to keep up the facade.
This is how we fool other people into believing that we are honest, decent, and loving. It also allows us to mirror and reflect your characteristics to make you think we have them too. This makes us all the more attractive to you and ensures that you bond with us.
Therefore, it is extremely important to recognize these core characteristics in our victims. The more of these qualities you have, the better. The more of these qualities you have, the more likely it is that we will ensnare you.
A combination of core traits and class traits, reflected in your behavior and actions, attracts our kind to you. We sense and see these traits and target you as a potential key source.
There are ten of these core qualities. Ideally, we find a victim who possesses all ten core traits and exhibits them to a high degree. Then we also want them to have the appropriate class characteristics that fit the type of narcissist that we are.
The minor narcissist is unaware of these traits, but like a hungry wolf sniffing for food, they can sense the existence of these traits and know that the person exhibiting them is someone they want around them.
The mean narcissist recognizes these traits as admirable qualities in a person. He sees them as pluses, just as someone might see someone interested in art, travel, and classical music as a good match for a relationship. The middle man knows he appreciates these traits, but doesn’t know why he’s attracted to them.
The Great Narcissist knows what these traits are and why they are important. He knows what function they play, knows better than anyone how to track them down, and where (“the hunting grounds”) to find people who have those core traits as well as the class features.
The Greater can sniff out the presence of these traits and attune the target to them before trapping them.
So what are these properties? Well, here are five of the ten traits as an example. It’s very likely that you have all five of these traits, and to a significant degree because that’s why you were ensnared by a narcissist from the start.
5 alarming reasons why the Narcissist is targeting you
1. Worshiper of love
We require our targets to be committed to the concept of love. You want to find love, experience love, love and be loved. The thought of love is central to your life and you truly believe that our purpose on this earth is to love others.
This not only means that you love the people around you, but more importantly that you believe in the fulfillment that comes from having that one special someone that you are committed to, that you do everything for and for that you sacrifice.
The existence of love is a reason for you to exist and therefore you must find it and, once you have found it, maintain and nurture it. We want the followers of love because your devotion to love often blinds you to so many other things. By pretending to give you love, we can use that quality of yours to ensnare you all the more easily.
Our goal must show compassion. This compassion must apply primarily to ourselves, although we also apply it to other people and objects such as animals. B. can show animals how to recognize it. When we find that someone cares more about animals and things than people, we are not meeting our requirements.
If we see signs of compassion for animals at an early stage, it usually (but not always) follows that that person will also be compassionate towards humans.
We’re looking for decent people. People who are well-mannered, polite, and understanding. People who are considerate of others, who wait their turn, who give others a piece of cake before everyone else, who donate to charity, and who conduct themselves in a dignified manner.
Decency is an attractive trait because it tells us that you hold yourself to certain standards and that you expect us to do the same. This is important because we know that this is often a sign that you won’t give up on us when the going gets tough.
4. Moral compass
We prefer someone with a strong moral compass, someone who would turn in a wallet with its contents intact to the police if they found such an item on the street, or alert the clerk if given too much change.
This person is monogamous and loyal and believes that others should behave according to a similar moral code. Again, this tells us that once devaluation sets in and our behavior violates your moral compass, you’re much more likely to persevere, so there’s the accompanying emotional response, and with it, plenty of fuel.
A person who always takes care of someone else. Whether it is through work to provide for us, excellent housekeeping, nurturing when we are ill, and concern for our well-being, the caring quality is very important and must be evident in our primary source.
This not only tells us that you want to take care of us, but also signals to us that when we start belittling you, you want to fix and heal us, and that is why you will keep pushing yourself and trying to do the right thing.
It also tells us that we can expect considerable residual benefit from you by caring for us, which is our idea of how you should be: submissive and obedient.
Why did the narcissist choose you? How did he or she conclude that you are the ideal target for his seduction campaign? Did you do something to draw the attention of this dangerous enemy? This direct and comprehensive book will help you understand what the different types of narcissists look for when searching for victims.
Whether you want to prevent it from happening again or you want to understand why you were chosen, this book gives you the answers uncompromisingly and directly. What are the different types of narcissists looking for?
How do they go about making sure their goals meet those qualities? What are the special qualities that attract all narcissists? Where are their hunting grounds and which is the most dangerous? Who is the narcissist targeting and why are certain people left alone?
What does it mean for the narcissist when he or she is looking for the green light? These questions and more are answered in this hard-hitting and disturbing book on why the narcissist chooses you.
Why do you think narcissists target empaths? Do you know which narcissists are out to get you? Share your thoughts in the comments below!