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What A Narcissist Says (And What They Really Mean) – HealthyWay

People with NPD tend to belittle others in a way that positions themselves as the greater or more important person in their relationships,” says clinical psychologist Sal Raichbach, PsyD, a licensed clinical social worker and chief of clinical compliance at Ambrosia Treatment Center. “In doing this, they can take advantage of those who have more passive personalities and exercise control over that person. Being able to control and manipulate others reinforces the narcissist’s perception that they are all-important.”
Narcissists are expert manipulators, and they’ll do just about anything to avoid a bruised ego. Here’s what to know (and where to draw the line).

https://www.healthyway.com/content/what-a-narcissist-says-and-what-they-really-mean/

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