Common Traits That A Narcissist Look For In Their Victim

Simply put: Narcissism is a common personality disorder or a mental condition in which a person might have an unreasonably high sense of importance for themselves. They are brilliant at targeting people and might look for specific traits in their prey.

Being involved in a relationship with narcissism is no less than a nightmare. A person with a narcissistic mind will probably use their target in a toxic cycle of abuse to eventually discard them with no guilt, empathy, or compassion.

A narc appears charming and charismatic on the outside.

A narc appears charming and charismatic on the outside. You may feel like they are the most loved or essential person in the world at the start of your relationship. However, emotional involvement with a narcissist can quickly become stressful and draining as they eventually grasp you into a dark loop of despair.

Narcissists look for partners with particular characteristics in order to take control of relationships. Here are common traits they might seek in their victims.

They Suffer From Some Sort Of Trauma

A narcissist typically looks for a victim who suffers from a loss, such as a loss of a relationship or a death of a loved one.

Common traits a narcissist look for in their victim; it likely could be a target who suffers from a loss. Such as a loss of a relationship or a death of a loved one. And when they discover the victim’s needs, they will for sure act like a lifesaver.

Just like in the case of M. L. Stark, the author of Hugger Mugger: The Con Man Smile, Part 1 and Maze Aflame: Flimflam Man, Part 2, a plot based on her personal life experiences.

She explains how she finds charisma after meeting a new man. She, at first, notices nothing and everything seems normal and romantic. However, she realised that his love was not as pure as she expected and he only wanted to torture and abuse her. You can learn more about her personal life by visiting, and discover more about the narcissism and ASPD or follow her on Facebook.

They Are Forgiving

A narcissist will seek out a victim who repeatedly forgives them for being hurtful. People who stay in relationships with narcissists are usually kind and forgiving even after they have encountered something horrible. They tend to overlook the negative and focus on the positive in others. As a result, they will always find reasons to justify a narcissist’s abusive behaviour and end up in darkness.

They Are Compassionate

A narcissist generally desires a partner with a high level of empathy to ensure a steady supply of praise, attention, and respect. Because of their kindness and compassion, the sufferer is willing to accept the narcissist’s point of view, even when the egotist is abusing them.

Author: M. L. Stark

I am M. L. Stark, and within the pages of "HUGGER MUGGER: The Con Man Smile" and "MAZE AFLAME: Flimflam Man," I pour out the fiery essence of my very soul. These books are not just ink on paper; they are the embodiment of my triumph over the darkest shadows of my past. Through the flickering flames of adversity, I have risen, crafting tales that echo the resilient beat of my heart. Every word penned is a testament to the strength I discovered within myself, a testament to the resilience of the human spirit. I have dared to bare my scars, to expose the rawness of my wounds, for I know that in sharing my journey, I offer hope to those who may tread a similar path. And as I close each chapter, I am reminded of the immortal words of Bob Marley: "The biggest coward is a man who awakens a woman’s love without the intention of loving her." These words resonate within me, fueling my passion to shine a light on the darkness, to empower those who have been wronged, and to stand as a beacon of love and resilience in a world that too often seeks to extinguish the flames of hope. You can follow me on Facebook or Twitter.

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