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As published on Huffington Post One of the questions that frequently comes up when people hear about my work in the practical aspects of living and working with narcissists is, “Is there something wrong with me because I loved a narcissist?” … Continue reading

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In the previous post I talked about how the patterns for adult narcissism are created in early childhood. You’ll find these adults in the workplace as well as in your personal life. It’s important to know that you can find … Continue reading

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To successfully interact with a narcissist, it’s useful to clue in to their way of being in the world. To understand that, it’s valuable to understand how a person develops into a narcissist. Their development differs from that of an … Continue reading

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