Psychology

How To Tell You’re Dealing With A Narcissist

5 red flags to watch out for

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1. Using Your Own Words Against You

Narcissists are not as daft and arrogant as they are commonly portrayed. They meticulously study you and get to know your weaknesses, especially by taking note of what you say, so they can use it against you later.

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