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Indifference 1100 Words You Need Week 22 Day 3

Indifference 1100 Words You Need

Indifference 1100 Words You Need

/ɪnˈdɪf.ər.ənts/ (noun)

  1. lack of interest in something, apathy, coldness, coolness, unconcern, disinterest
  2. lack of importance or significance, meaninglessness, irrelevance, triviality, insignificance

This emotional vampirism is why narcissists are dramamongers. Most targets miss that they feed on positive emotions too — that’s why love bombing and excessive idealization are part of their toolkits. Narcissists need to create an emotional map of their targets — something that lets them know what buttons to push. Indifference is their kryptonite. It completely short circuits things. Without those heightened emotional responses, everything grinds to a halt, and they lose control. Peace and tranquility confound them. That’s why arguments are such a powerful tool for them. They poke and prod and harass and escalate until they get a response. It’s not only their fix, though. They’re also gathering intel to update their map of you and maintaining their ability to get you to capitulate to them. To neutralize a narcissist, you can’t give them access to your true emotions, and you have to stop complying. It requires a very strong will, but it’s the only way to take back control from them.

Source: https://medium.com/

Antonyms: concern, interest, fondness, keenness, importance, significance

Adjective: indifferent

Adverb: indifferently

Farsi: خونسردى ، بى علاقگى ، لاقيدى ، سهل انگارى

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