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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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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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As published on Huffington Post “Nice people don’t necessarily fall in love with nice people.” – Jonathan Franzen Blame is a natural place to go when confronted by a narcissist being a narcissist. By the time you have enough experience … Continue reading

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As published on Huffington Post In my work with people who are coming to terms with the realization that they are close to a narcissist either in their personal life or work life, I’ve seen a wide variety of reactions. … Continue reading

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As published on Huffington Post When it comes to relationships, trust is a big thing. The way people seem to think about trust is as if it’s something we place in another person. We say “I trust him” or “I … Continue reading

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As published on Huffington Post It’s easy to get hooked by a narcissist. There’s something about charming aloofness that just snags the attention. We may just chalk it up to the human foible of the sort that makes young women … Continue reading

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