Narcissists ‘irritating but successful’

Researches have shown that Narcissists might be irritating yet successful. These attention seekers tend to be too much obsessed with their self, annoying people around them.

An international team of researchers showed that such kind of people tends towards coming in and out of the creamy layer of education, romance as well as work. Their “heightened sense of self-worth” provides them with an infinite level of self-confidence.

When it is concerned with physiologists Narcissism is one of those “dark triad” of evil personality quirk followed with psychopathy and Machiavellianism. Wrapped in narcissism tendency to be self-concerned and seek the admiration of the masses.

Dr. Kostas Papageorgiou, from Queen’s University Belfast, said that researches show that such people are often successful in the social world, as they are dauntless by rejection and their yearning for attention turns them into “charming” and motivated.

“If we could abandon conventional social morality – and just focus on what is successful,” – said the doctor. “If you are a narcissist you believe strongly that you are better than anyone else and that you deserve a reward,” – he added.

It all revolves around me

The core of the narcissism is being self-centered and on a public view. Whether of social media, real life or public place narcissists tend to drive around attention.

Dr. Papageorgiou who indulged in a research on narcissists with his mates from the Goldsmiths, the University of London, King’s College London, the University of Texas at Austin and Manchester Metropolitan University proved that narcissists can take over people who are more talented than them.

In a school in Italy, the team found over 300 narcissists students. To their astonishment, they were more effective at scoring in exams from the other individuals at the school.

Charming Devils

As per Dr. Papageorgiou, narcissists are more successful at romance and love, possessing the ability to attract more partners. “They’re quite charismatic. If you spend a lot of time trying to be charming and persuade other people, it might well make you more attractive” – says the doctor.

by Sawan Kumar on June 26, 2018

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