The Torment of A Passive Narcissist

All narcissists are wrapped up in themselves, serving as the center of their own little world. Yet all narcissists are not aggressive or combative.

SETTING CAPTIVES FREE

Self abasement can be seen among those in Christendom who tend to subordinate themselves to others so as to prove by their behavior that they are insignificant, unworthy of any positive attention or acclaim. Such a person will secretly harbor an inward feeling of being superior to others to as evidence as to why he has been  often overlooked both in the world and in the church. This is that one who would hide his talent in the sand, with all kinds of excuses for not using it. He is immune receiving  any admiration, complements  or recognition, as he rejects being put in a superior position.  In his attitude toward himself, the captive lives with a sense of failure to measure up to his own personal “ought to’s” , the “ought to’s” of others as well as biblical precepts and mandates. He tends to feel guilty, inferior, as a contemptible…

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