Why it’s okay to kick a narcissist in the head…Thanks, Lucky Otter.
I saw this posted on Psychforums in the NPD forum:
I’ve long thought what might happen if an N suffered complete lose of memory. Would he remember he was narcissistic? There is a novel in which this happened. Ursula Brangwen in D H Lawrence’s “The Rainbow” falls gravely ill and recovers as a near as damn it normal person.
I know it’s a weird question but it’s interesting. I’ve read that sometimes people who suffer head trauma (without severe brain damage or damage to only a small part of the brain) that produces complete amnesia occasionally display dramatic personality changes when they awaken–even to the point of seeming to have a completely different type of personality than they did originally. It’s as if they are forced to use a different part of the brain and form a new personality — and new brain connections — from scratch.
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Thanks for reblogging this. Of course it’s tongue in cheek and I don’t recommend actually trying this! LOL! But it would be nice if we could.