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VIOLENCE AND NARCISSISTIC BEHAVIOR1Violence And Narcissistic BehaviorBrittaney ThomasCRJ 512 Investigative Methodologies of ViolenceSaint Leo University
VIOLENCE AND NARCISSISTIC BEHAVIOR2AbstractNow and then, individuals have self-questions, feel substandard compared to other people, and for themost part, feel like their ego is being compromised. Therefore, individuals typically become forcefulwhen others destabilize their self-swelled egos and self-importance. Narcissism is characterized by anaffected sense of self-importance, a lack of compassion for others, a need for excessive praise, and thebelief that one is unique and deserving of special handling. For the most part, a narcissist has an outsizedfeeling of ego and privilege that causes hostility and lewd conduct when compromised. An individualwith a narcissistic personality is, to a great extent, discourteous of the sentiments and requirements ofothers and sincerely refuting. Hence, this paper will concentrate on laying out the ideas why narcissisticpersona is profoundly connected with forceful and fierce practices with models from expert andindividual encounters.Keywords: personality, persona, ego, aggression, hostility, narcissistic, self-confidence
VIOLENCE AND NARCISSISTIC BEHAVIOR3IntroductionAs indicated by analysts, one of the significant reasons for aggression in numerous individuals isbecause of low-self-confidence or the sentiments of inadequacy. For the most part, each individual needsto encounter high self-confidence; thus, the individuals who have low self-confidence experiencedissatisfaction and misery, which causes them to act forcefully and brutally, trying to rest natural thinkingabout themselves (Thomaes and Bushman, 2011). In this manner, through aggression, they can managemisery and torment related to negative self-emotion. What is more, individuals with such personalitiesreject cultural standards that incorporate the standards that limit forceful practices. Following anindividuality danger, there is a relationship between narcissism and aggressiveness. Along these lines, thispaper will concentrate on giving exact motives why narcissistic persona is exceptionally associated withforceful and savage practices.NarcissismIndividuals generally become forceful when their self-swelled feelings of pride are underminedby the individuals around them. To a great extent, narcissism is portrayed by lower self-guideline, weak

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Term
Fall
Professor
Monique Chiacchia
Tags
Narcissistic personality disorder, Bushman

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