New explanation for why narcissists appear to be missing a brain chip
We've all encountered grandiose boors who have no ability to see the world from others' perspective.
These narcissists are so busy seeking admiration that they often seem incapable of empathy.
I've come to the conclusion that they lack some processing ability—call it a missing brain chip.
And this leads me to sometimes look upon them with some sympathy, but only when they're not exasperating me.
That's because their vulnerability to the smallest criticism is akin to having a disability.
It disorients them and has the potential to result in enormous disruption.
So I was intrigued to discover that research from Wilfrid Laurier University has shed light on what may be occurring inside narcissists' brains.
This makes it difficult for them to have empathy for others. You can read the full article here.