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Are you involved in a relationship with a toxic narcissist? In this video, I’ll help you answer this question for yourself. When you’re finished watching, please share your own thoughts and experiences in the comments

Is s/he really a narcissist?

Narcissists tend to be caught up in their own lives, their own personal worlds. This means that in general, they have no time to consider the feelings, thoughts or needs of the people around them.

Rather than offer sympathy if you are dealing with pain or frustration, they’ll just share some of their own with you (which, of course, will be far more serious than your own.)

While a narcissist may appear to be an upbeat, happy person to outsiders in his or her life, people who know him or her intimately are likely to see a whole other personality.

This can manifest in several ways–but a primary marker is that they are unable to empathize with those around them, and they consistently blame others for problems they’ve caused.

Since narcissists tend to see other people as objects or possessions, they cannot fathom it when they are not obeyed or catered to.

If the person is a friend or acquaintance, the narcissist may just discard them and pretend they don’t exist–but if it’s a family member, things can get more serious.

Learn more, or share your thoughts and experiences in the comments.

Are you struggling in a relationship with a toxic narcissist, or have you just left one? You might be interested in my free email course called Take Back Your Life – check it out, right here.

 

 

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