Those Narcissists who are good looking have a tendency to turn into Somatic Narcissists.
If they have a sadistic or malicious streak, it will more than likely if their toxic behavior is enabled, to lead them to develop comorbid disorders like ASPD.
If someone is or was groomed narcissistic in youth and they are mean or allowed to develop Collapsed Narcissism, it will lead them to develop comorbid disorders like ASPD (meaning a preference for egocentrism and to control others by any means necessary to get what the Abuser wants) once they are adults.
If you have ever heard the phrase “bat$hit crazy” or “Psycho!
” used to describe the temperament of a person, understand it’s a red flag they might have a Cluster B personality disorder that reflects an egocentric perspective prone to rage and violent incidents.
Forensic psychology and the study of personality development does not excuse behavior — it helps victims and authority figures understand how to best approach addressing the socially abusive character and actor.
If they did not come out of the womb with an egocentric personality like Oppositional Defiant Disorder or develop the early warning signs of Childhood Conduct disorder, chances are they have either witnessed traumatizing events, been subjected to trauma themselves, or there truly is something they are hiding from you.
Depending on the source of their narcissistic temperament (nature or nurture), all will begin to show glimpses of who they are to become in the future around this age.
Seriously — pay attention to children who (for whatever reason) start behaving badly in middle school.
They tend to dominate their social environment using brutal, covert situational abuse tactics, but as their social circle starts to narrow inevitably during old age, they are able to find fewer and fewer people emotionally and psychologically capable of providing care due to the narcissistic predator’s unquenchable thirst to abuse.