Do narcissists care about others?

They genuinely care about and like helping others. Narcissists, on the other hand, dont have that motivation since they severely lack empathy. Yet, by being or appearing to be helping and caring, a narcissist can get others to thank them and cheer them on for being such a nice person.

How do you show empathy to a customer?

Here’s how:

  1. Listen carefully. Be a good a listener and try to repeat what the customer says to assure them that you are listening and that you understand their concerns.
  2. Smile.
  3. Make it your problem.
  4. Allow them to ‘get it all out’
  5. Be respectful.
  6. See it through their eyes.
  7. Understand their priorities.
  8. Show that you care.

What is cognitive empathy vs emotional empathy?

Cognitive empathy is the ability to understand how a person feels and what they might be thinking. Emotional empathy (also known as affective empathy) is the ability to share the feelings of another person.

Why does a narcissist have no empathy?

THE BASICS. Consider for a moment that narcissistic people do not really lack empathy, but instead, their vulnerability and need for self-protection limits their freedom to express it. Consciously or unconsciously they are unwilling to empathize rather than lacking the capacity to do so.

What blocks empathy?

Hurt and anger can also block empathy. When someone hurts us, our instinctive response may be to hurt back, which is more difficult if we are aware of another person as a human being just like us. When we feel aggressive, empathy shuts down so that we might inflict pain without feeling the pain we are inflicting.

Why is empathy difficult?

1) Emotional part: Empathy is hard because it induces pain. If I have to “feel” with you whatever you are feeling anger, sad, and I have to feel angry or sad, this is hard. So why would I do the hard work or really trying to understand your pov, and actually feel the way you do.

Which activity is an example of empathy in everyday life?

helping an elderly person across the street. Empathy is when you sympathize with somebody and feel their pain and other emotions, and generally want to help them feel better. In day-to-day life, helping someone who cannot do something on their own would be a good example of being empathetic.