Psychology

How Narcissists are Made

It’s different than we thought

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For most of my life, I had a one-dimensional idea of what a narcissist is. I pictured a rich, arrogant, and privileged type that loves to hear themselves talk and loves to boast all of what they have. A person who is so used to getting their way that they’ve come to believe the Earth revolves around them with everyone else…

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