Understanding how the enemy thinks and feels is one thing, but when you apply that to various approaches, you will see why any action you take is futile: Reason: How do you reason with someone that twists the facts and has an aversion to the truth? They minimize, rationalize and distort their involvement.

When they have behaved badly, you can bet they’ve found a reason or a hundred that it’s entirely your fault.

The dominant feelings found in a Narcissist are as follows: Anger: This is generally the default setting on the Narcissists emotional scale. The ifs and whens are not consistent, so you never know when it’s coming, or the level he will take it to.

He is a projector and likes to pass off his feelings onto others.

Pointing out to them and others their flaws and what they’ve done, may cause them to fly into a rage.

Their need to protect their ego at all costs is what drives them.

He’ll view your attempt to make him jealous as nothing more than an ego stroke.

Character Assassination, Assault, or Property Damage: You can cause Narcissistic Injury, which is any slight real or imagined that threatens their ego and sense of grandiosity.When you are ignorant of the enemy but know yourself, your chances of winning or losing are equal.If ignorant both of your enemy and of yourself, you are sure to be defeated in every battle.” Chinese General Sun Tzu. What a Narcissist possesses are pseudo emotions, lacking in depth and substance.Boredom: Narcissists have a very low tolerance for routine.He quickly develops a tolerance to people and objects and his head is on a constant swivel looking for anything, or anyone shiny and new, that will generate a new thrill. He becomes consumed, thinking about it night and day, working himself into a fevered pitch, until of course he grows a tolerance to it and boredom sets in.Because their thoughts are completely self-centered, It doesn’t compute with them that you have feelings.