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15 Subtle Signs Someone Has Narcissistic Personality Disorder You’ve Probably Missed

    * I generally write using the pronouns he/him when referring to narcissists, but females are just as likely to be narcissists or exhibit narcissistic traits. So please don't think just because article uses the word him or he that it could not be a woman in that same role.

    15 Most Subtle Signs Someone Has Narcissistic Personality Disorder You’ve Probably Missed

    1. Always behaving like they’ve had a bad day to keep you subconsciously walking on egg-shells around them

    2. Dominating spaces, social groups, or certain rooms with their presence

    3. Having a heightened sense of co-dependency and needing to date consistently

    4. Making a habit of ‘accidentally’ cutting you off or talking over you in conversation

    5. Making little effort when it comes to communication as if to say ‘Your’e not important enough’ or ‘I can do what I want anyway’

    6. Having selective memory when it comes to keeping off of other people’s toes/ nerves

    7. Making cold or dead eye contact with you as if you don’t exist

    8. Putting their ever-changing partners on a pedestal as if they’re the best thing in the world (then the next month it’s someone else)

    9. Making little to no consideration for other people in their every day lives no matter how small or big

    10. Keeping ‘incognito’ tabs on you at nearly all times or silently watching/ listening to you in the background

    11. Staying in a low-mood or subtle depressive state to suggest that they are suffering victims

    12. Averting small responsibilities towards you which pile up over time such as doing the dishes or listening to how bad their day was

    13. Often turning conversations onto being about themselves; positive or negative

    14. Being highly vocal about the problems in their lives they really want no solution to in order to waste your time and mental energy trying to resolve

    15. Slowly becoming someone totally different to the original person you remember meeting (genuine people always show their real selves from day one)

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