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If you’ve ever wondered what kind of a personality you currently have (because, as say, you can always alter it anytime), then this article is your goldmine! Especially if you’ve ever been accused of either being too closed up (like an introvert) or too cold mannered (like a narcissist). But do these two personality types ever collide?
Let’s find out!
Narcissists do not show their true selves
They do it neither towards the people they barely know, nor towards the members of their “inner circle”. Introverts, however, may sometimes show those in public and always do so sincerely within the circle of their closest friends…
Narcissists don’t incorporate security into relationships
Those people are selfish by design, meaning making you feel insecure will, in turn, empower their self-confidence even more. Introverts behave vastly different in that regard, making sure that they and all people close to them are always in a secure position and environment.
Narcissist never allows you to see him as the bad guy
That’s because their huge self-confidence doesn’t allow them to be “caught in the act”. Introverts, however, can show their anger or frustration openly, but only under some extremely uncomfortable or stressful circumstances.
They don’t like losing control
Well, this one actually fits both of those two personality types… Neither a narcissist person nor an introvert want someone else to interfere with the decisions they make
Narcissist don’t incorporate security into relationships
They don’t see others as equals
While this may hold true to both of the personality types, once again, the ultimate truth is that introverts are so solitaire not due to their prejudice to other people, like narcissist people, but rather due to their self-sufficiency…