Everything You Should Know About Narcopaths

Narcopath is a very new “term” about which very few people know. A condition between psychopath and narcissist is a known as a narcopath. Narcopaths are the people who have the traits of sociopaths and narcissists. Narcopaths are unsafe, underhanded individuals. In the event that you’ve been in a harsh relationship, there’s a decent possibility that the individual who mishandled you was a narcissist or a maniac, or both.

They’re a hazardous breed.



Nik Shuliahin


What do you get when you cross a psychopath with a narcissist? The least entertaining joke and the most exceedingly bad sort of crossbreed: a narcissistic psychopath, narcopath for short. Both a narcissist and psychopath have a swelled feeling of how essential they are, just as a consistent requirement for commendation and profound respect.

One shared trait between the two is their capacity to trick others so as to get what they need, without regret. In any case, what separates them is that a narcopath can’t deal with analysis or be seen in a negative light, while a sociopath couldn’t mind less who thinks what or how they’re seen.

When you hear the word narcopath you may picture a disturbed, blade using insane person… in any event that is the thing that I envisioned before I met my own. Lamentably, this couldn’t possibly be more off-base. Narcopaths are boogie men in camouflage and posers. Their maltreatment is here and there so unpretentious that you don’t see it until the window ornament closes and your reality is torn separated.


There are 10 common signs of a narcopath.

1: They will flirt with you then when bored with you they will tell you or the world that you were just a friend for them but you wanted something else from them.

2: They will impress you, place you on a platform, at that point adore you from down beneath. They’ll reveal to you the things you’ve for the longest time been itching to hear, saying them again and again and over once more. In any case, listen intently and you’ll see there’s very little variety in these adoration monologs, and their sweet-nothings sound more like content than anything from the heart. Example, “You’re the prettiest. The sexiest.” etc.

3: There’s no period toward the finish of a compliment. Rather, a narcopath compliments you by comparing you with another person in their life.

4: If in a relationship with any, you will feel as if you’ve never felt this much energy with any other individual. Pushing all the correct catches in simply the correct ways, it resembles they’re perusing your brain and its wants. The reason sex is so marvelous, in any event, to start with, isn’t on the grounds that they realize how to manage their hands; they comprehend how to manage your psyche. They’ll make you sense that you’re the special case who’s at any point existed to them. Truly, narcopaths are without a doubt that extraordinary… at acting, that is. By reflecting your each feeling they’re ready to influence their own feelings to appear to be certified and trick you into speculation yours are genuine.

5: A narcopath would gaze at you with such power that you would end up apprehensive, squirm, and rapidly dismiss. However, unfortunately, behind all that force lies a huge measure of dim nothingness. So be careful.

6: They always divert the conversations back to them. They are always about themselves, their problems, and their achievements’. All about them. Narcopaths are a good example of the self-claimed victims too.

7: Narcopaths often leave long trails of broken relationships behind them, but you know what the weirdest thing is? According to them their partners, all their freaking partners were at faults. And they are the innocent ones.

8: A narcopath appears to be profoundly clever and refined, however, burrow further and you’ll find it’s only lightened.

9: A narcopath believes in giving and telling everyone.

10: A narcopath is like a kid, whenever they can’t get their direction or feel compromised, they step away with their arms crossed and rebuff you with a stunning quiet. The harder you connect, the more you cry, and the angrier you turn into, the better they feel. It’s typical for your accomplice to get irate, sulk, or brood once in a while. What isn’t ordinary is utilizing quietness as a weapon to rebuff and control you, at that point kicking back and picking up delight from your torment.



Kat J


100 thoughts on “Everything You Should Know About Narcopaths

  1. Rae B. Lake says:

    Wow, I have never heard of this before but I am sure that I know a few people in my life that suffer from this. At least I know now that it has a name.

  2. Gervin Khan says:

    Nice post! First time to hear about it and I loved how you’ve shared this thing in a very detailed explanation. Now we know what it is and how we are going to interact in this kind of people.

  3. Nathan says:

    This was something i did not know about an interesting name of a combination of the two. This article has opened my eye !!!

  4. Ntensibe Edgar Michael says:

    Aaaahhhh….narcopaths are very interesting creatures. If there is something that is for sure, it is that they will cross every line human to get what they want and thereafter, pull away the carpet on which you are standing.

  5. Shubh says:

    While reading this, I could relate those points with one of the people I knew. I used to think that person is narcissist . But , after reading this I can term it as nacropath.

  6. Ane says:

    I have come across a person who’s so much like a narcopath and he was the worst! I’m so glad we were able to move on from that person because he was just so toxic to be around.

  7. John Mulindi says:

    I have heard of these terms being thrown here and there, but I have never taken time to get the really meaning. Your post, provides the simple explanation, and am sure everyone will be satisfied with the meaning of this term.

  8. Melanie Frost says:

    Oooh. I’ve known people like this before. I can’t recall ever dating anyone like this, thank goodness. This type of person drives me nuts and are extremely toxic. What an interesting post!

  9. ramzy says:

    the psychological problems become more and more wide in the modern society, it is the lack in communication and the daily stress which are responsible

  10. Erin says:

    This was a very interesting read. I’s definitely come across a few people with a majority of these characteristics.

  11. Kathleen Cregg says:

    I seriously think my friend’s boyfriend is a narcopath! It makes so much sense! I’ll have to read into them as a couple a little more before I start accusing! Thanks for enlightening me!

  12. Surekha Busa says:

    This kind of people is not so rare, they’ll just differ in their levels of narcopath attitudes. I think I already encounter few of them.

  13. Princess Quinn says:

    This is pretty informative to read. It is actually the first time I have heard about this. I really find the post pretty helpful.

  14. Liz says:

    Hmm.. would this be considered another mental condition? The characteristic seems disturbing, I wonder what psychologist and psychiatrists would say about this behavior and treatment.

  15. Ane says:

    I keep coming back to this post and checking to see if the people in my life are narcopaths, sadly, there seem to be quite a few in my life who are. I wish I get to have the courage to cut ties with them so that my life will be better.

  16. Brittany Vantrease says:

    I’ve never heard of the term Narcopath before, but I’ve definitely met them. There isn’t much difference between them and a sociopath. Both manipulate and make you feel like your to blame and can easily turn any positive into a negative.

  17. Dominique Brooks says:

    I have never heard of this before but thank you for the information. I feel like I have met a few of these types of people in my life — fortunately not in a relationship though. Thanks for sharing this with us!

  18. Waren Jean Go says:

    I’ve met this kind of man and he totally ruined me. He is so committed to himself that he will never commit to anyone and truly played with my feelings. Good thing, I was able to break free. Never again!

  19. Ciara says:

    Sounds like a scary kind of person! I’m pretty sure I’ve dated one, but I’m not a doctor so what do I know? XD

  20. cendu says:

    i haven’t heard this term “narcopath” before. I found the post very enlightening. These sound like such toxic people. remove from your life immediately!!! I have come across some but i never continue to engage when I see inital signs. trust your gut. those small things you see at first is them showing their true personality but you think its small and let it go.

  21. Razena says:

    I have never read or heard this term before today but it sure makes a lot of sense! I’m sharing this with the ones I know have encountered this type of special monster.

  22. Maysz says:

    I’ve never heard the term word before. but I’ve already encounter this kind of people. This is so interesting to read Moni thanks for sharing.

  23. Cindy Ingalls says:

    Well, this is super creepy. Sounds like something you would see in one of those psychological thrillers. How does someone become a narcopath? It really makes you wonder if it is nature or nuture.

  24. Alisha says:

    Very informative read, something to think about. I have never heard of the term naropath so this was highly interesting. Thanks for the clarification.

  25. Gill Trotman says:

    It’s almost sad to say a few people come to mind while reading this post. I wonder if a narcopath even realizes they are one. In my family, we call narcopaths “me-monsters”, aka someone who only truly cares about their own feelings and manipulates every situation to be focused on them. Great post, very informational and fun to read. Thanks or sharing!

  26. Natalie says:

    Narcopaths are definitely hidden in disguise. I love this because it is bringing light and attention to people that may need help.

  27. Nina Nichols says:

    I think there’s a tell tale signs that you would see along the way dealing with different people. It’ll be scary to associate yourself with either a sociopath or a narcopath!

  28. Rosa says:

    Wow I’ve never heard this term before and this made me a little uneasy. Could be quite the scary situation. How sad.

  29. Samantha Flores says:

    How very interesting and scary, actually! I had not been aware of this at all before reviewing your post. I appreciate the sharing of this information. More people should be aware!

  30. blair villanueva says:

    Thanks for enlightening us with this narcopaths. Where I meet someone with these traits, I know that means I need to escape 😀

  31. Tammy Staley says:

    I have never heard of this term but once I read the description I now know that I have had many in my life. Thanks for giving me a name for those few that made a mark on my life.

  32. Elizabeth O says:

    this is so informative post and give lots of information about the subject. thanks for spreading all the necessary information about them.

  33. Laura says:

    Great post. You have hit the nail on the head in your descriptions. We all have people like this in our lives. Your article will make it easier to recognize them!

  34. Jaime Nicole says:

    I have never heard this term before – is it an actual diagnosis? I can definitely think of a few people I have known that meet some of these characteristics.

  35. Sheena Moncatar says:

    OMG, they’re a hazardous breed. But how does one really, really identify them? I may have a difficulty in trying to figure out if one is a narcopath! I mean in today’s social media age, almost everybody’s into selfies and all. Thanks for sharing. I learned something new today!

  36. David Elliott says:

    An interesting crossbreed of two different personality disorders. I think the hard thing with each and every one of these disorders is that they have elements where they connect and others where they are different. But the differences are more subtle. Like the BPD and the Narcissist, both focus on the self and turn things around to them somehow. But the BPD sufferer feels severely deficient while the Narcissist will always think highly of themselves. And yet both cannot escape their own feelings about themselves and the world out there they demand to reflect those feelings back to them.

  37. Lilac Rose says:

    Oh my gosh! Still reeling with the realization about my mother’s NPD and now we have the narcopath? But honestly, I have a feeling that my mother can become that if she doesn’t get what she wants. We have given her what she liked and wanted through the years. Now that we are sort of “rebelling”, she making trouble everywhere she goes. 🙁

  38. Jennifer Prince says:

    I am dealing with one of these RIGHT NOW. It’s so difficult, and I appreciate you spelling out the difference/similarities. Thank you!

  39. Christiana says:

    Omg! I was reading this with my mouth wide open! I think I just met one, he fits perfectly with this description and I can’t help but be so thankful that my relationship with him Is over. Thanks for clarifying this for me.

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