Revisiting Narcissist* Traits


Matthew 7:16-18

16 You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thornbushes nor figs from thistles, are they? 17 So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit.


They Like The Thought of Being Superior .

They Actually Think They’re Better

Sitting in the Seat of Scoffers / Narcissists as Judge .

They Refuse To Listen

Looking On Others With Contempt

They Deceive Themselves

They Never Learn

They’re Impossible To Please

Religious (Maybe), But Not Truly Moral or Righteous .

They Are Deceivers (and Liars)

Big Time Hypocrites

Making It Look Good

They’re Conflict Creators

They Lack Perspective On What’s Important

They Have Poor Judgment

They Add Fuel To Fires

Nothing But Strife

They Focus On Your Version Of Their Problem .

They Want To Be The Center of Attention

What is Narcissism


  • Narcissist is the modern colloquial term for what the Bible calls “insolent pride” – see here

One response

  1. Do you address when the Narcissist is your parent(s)? I’m an adult of N parents. I recently realized this was happening to me, and consequently to my husband and children. This website has put into words how I/we feel and how we have been treated, almost to the point that you could be a fly on our walls. We had no idea until this past year what was really going on in our relationships. Would you consider a post on encouraging people who have had to let the Narcissist go and who has had to leave them alone? Thanks.

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