Answered: Is toxic narcissism contagious?

Written by Angela Atkinson

Does being a narcissist “rub off” on you? Is narcissistic personality disorder contagious? I’m answering those questions in the video below. 

Answering a YouTube user’s question relating to this video on narcissistic rage and narcissistic injury: 

The Question Was Asked By: joan “4wheela” baczek
“hey can anyone tell me why i do something that fits the narc rage definition when im given the silent treatment and what i can do to stay more balanced . i don’t have coping skills and need pointers to start. i didn’t learn how to take ostracism like an adult. and holding it in only delays the fit.”

In the Go Ask Angie series, I respond “off the cuff” to questions, comments and concerns sent to me by my YouTube viewers, readers from my QueenBeeing.com site and those who reach out in other ways, such as by email.

Get my books at http://booksangiewrote.com and pick up your free 5-day fear-busting email course (especially designed for narcissistic abuse survivors) at http://narcissismsupportcoach.com.

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