To  Re Quote narcissism 
Firstly pls what truth n facts to rectify n  

understand narcissistic disorder, one should know a few things about   psychology and psychiatry. First, psychiatry and psychology are   ultimately separated by the fact that the former now focuses on   providing medication, and the latter more on personal contact with   people.
Psychiatry  made a huge step forward in the last 65 years,  where the first  “antipsychotic” medicine was discovered. Until then it  was more  theoretical and not so practical and was not taken as  seriously. 
The   fact that it is producing drugs is why it appears to be popular today,   yet it is still rather short lived, and a basic remaining problem is   that it is still not known how the brain or the mind works fully. The   drugs are also still under development, the models are new, the  findings  are still developed, and most of all there is a big problem  with its  understanding and practice, including the methods of  diagnosis,  treatment and resolution.
Personality   disorders is a term which covers more wide profiles of behaviour that   some people exhibit. These profiles overlapped from inception. Later it   appeared that people exhibited both personality disorders at the same   time, which is known as comorbidity. Drilling further into the issue,   psychiatry has discovered that perhaps even this is not enough, as   sometimes people exhibited mixed behaviours from different profiles, so   it is currently trying to define more specific characteristics.  Overall,  psychiatry is still a very evolving -now- science.
Narcissistic personality disorder
Narcissistic   disorder has been very widely misunderstood. One of the reasons is  that  the model for it was from an ancient Greek myth of a young man  called  Narcissus, who was looking at his reflection on the lake until  he died  there, and paintings inspired from popular artists such as  Caravaggio  and Salvador Dali and others. It is said that narcissists  love  themselves too much. But this is a misconception.
The  reality is  that narcissists do not love anyone. They have a problem  with the  perception of their inner self, and cannot feel genuine love.  So they  neither really have a self, nor do they love. They treat  themselves and  others as objects, not full people who communicate  efficiently with  others.
Since  narcissists cannot self-reflect, they perceive the  world by looking at  the reactions of other people, and acting according  to those. They  only see the impressions of things as per how other  people react to  them, and believe that this is what it is like to have a  personality.
The  difference with non-narcissists is that while  fancy or shocking things  can catch anyone’s attention, they are not the  only means by which  people communicate, but rather the outside facet to  present another  message and initiate other actions and further  connection. The  narcissists do not realize that.

Gifted people can instinctively recognise one another without IQ and similar tests. You could have one pick the others from a group after little interaction.
They also have their own “compass”. They don’t need advice, they take what they need and find their way on their own.
Also, people who are gifted don’t “have” to do anything because of that. They don’t “have” to perform high just because they can. They are put on the spotlight like monkeys – “now dance for me to see how you dance”. Provide acceptance and the option for useful means and they will use them – if they want to. Not all tall people HAVE to become basketball players by force. Not all good looking people HAVE to become models. And so on. They do it if they want it and feel appreciated for being themselves.
People need to stop asking for gifted children to cover their own insecurities about life. It’s not the gifted children’s problem.
There is probably a link between what is called “empathy” – emotional and cognitive, and giftedness. Gifted children read other people and their deeper intentions so well that others don’t even know. It’s not exactly “emotional intelligence” or “interpersonal intelligence”. But they don’t necessarily act to change others directly.
Gifted children perceive the complexity and uncertainty of life and the world much clearly than most. They are in tune with that complexity. The delusional certainty in which most people think is probably the biggest challenge to deal with – how does one tell others?
I often wonder what exactly the link between the so called “low latent inhibition” and giftedness is. Is it exactly the same thing, or similar? What are the differences? Does the concept “low latent inhibition” even apply?
Creativity per se is not giftedness. Creativity is more like association of ideas and doesn’t have to produce meaningful or rational outputs. Imagination is closer to total dissociation of ideas, to the point where everything is totally abstract. Logic serves to frame ideas through pattern recognition and get from set inputs to set outputs – it is more IQey way of thinking. Low latent inhibition is about not taking known concepts for granted and restarting to wonder from the beginning about what they refer to or how they function. Giftedness certainly involves emotional aspects too – it is rooted with emotion, and probably is somewhere around all of these concepts.