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Introduction to a Narcissistic Behavior

Updated: Aug 22



Self-absorption, ego centered image and overly vain is a trend of nowadays society, however, an individual displaying a narcissistic behavior they lack in compassion, being self-reflective and hold self-accountability.

The top end of the spectrum shows a fine ability to master manipulation, identifying the faults of others and even better at passively aggressively commenting on them. Often the other person achievements bear no importance as the narcissist did it first, better, and more efficiently.

By outperforming the other person, the narcissist minimizes the other person’s accomplishments in comparison to their own. This produces an ‘I can never be good enough,’ feeling in the other person.


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