Super Empath VS Narcissist

Super Empath VS Narcissist –

Mia –

Her name is Mia, but she insists you call her Super Empath, Princess Empath, or Queen Super Empath, for short. Mia posts her Empath status on her social media profiles, and it is the primary trait she uses to describe herself to others in actual life. If she could afford it, she would plaster it on billboards across every state.

Make sure you never disagree with Mia over her proud Super Empath standing or else she will tear off your limbs. Mia is not an Empath, but a Narcissistic Personality Disordered woman.

Elaine

Elaine is well aware of the word empathetic, but has never heard of the term, Empath. She does not brag about her minutiae ability to feel what others are experiencing, nor does she place Empath stickers on her car, or desire to make her position a national holiday.

In fact, sometimes Elaine’s inborn capability at identifying so close with the pains, joys, despairs, pleasures and immense sufferings of others can seem more like a curse than a gift. Bragging about the skill to breathe in other people’s misery never even crosses her mind. Such an intimate indwelling into another’s essence is humbling, if not sacred. Though she never broadcasts it, Elaine is an Empath.

Trending –

Nowadays, the phrases Empath, Super Empath, Saviour Empath, ETC., are trending across the Narcissistic community and everyone, including their brother, is one (or more) type(s) of Empaths. Many wear their title with great honor and pride while they chew, chop and grind the hearts of others in order to protect their calling. Beware of these so-called Empaths.

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Super Empath And Narcissist, Tamara Yancosky

Super Empath And Narcissist, BBYCGN

Super Empath And Narcissist, Tamara Yancosky, BBYCGN

Super Empath And Narcissist

Super Empath And Narcissist, BBYCGN

4 Comments

  1. Until reading your article, Tamara, I was unaware of the distinction. Now I know, and I thank you for the education.

    Seems to me, the Super-Empath shares many personality traits with those proclaiming a false humility. In fact, someone in my circle is just so. Namely,

    “I am the most humble person in the world! In fact, I’m so perfectly humble, my statue needs to be in every town. Come on, praise me for being ideal; everyone should strive for my humility. Most aren’t anywhere near good enough, though.”

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    1. Precise example of what I’m talking about, Keith. Until a couple of years ago, I had never heard of an “Empath”, either. But the term is becoming popular thanks to a money-making online personality in the Narcissistic community. Now, everyone calls themselves an “Empath”. And many of them are meeeean.

      And yes, I’ve seen the term proudly posted on Twitter and Facebook profiles. Perhaps they each want a gold star. I think the elementary school teacher has some star-stickers left in her binder that she can give out.

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