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As published on The Huffington Post This is such a sad, difficult question to answer. Primarily because those of us who love a narcissist really do not want to know the unpleasant truth that the answer is complicated. What’s really … Continue reading

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As published on Huffington Post Have you heard someone be accused of being a narcissist, but realized that you don’t really know what that means? You know it’s negative. You may think that it probably means someone is egotistical, or … Continue reading

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I’m a voracious reader and wanted to start posting a few book reviews on this blog as part of gathering and presenting resources that I think are useful for our community. The book Triumphs of Experience: The Men of the … Continue reading

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Back to Normal: Why Ordinary Childhood Behavior Is Mistaken for ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorder As part of my resources for the readers of this site, I want to post short book reviews of books that I find … 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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