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Clinical Features Of The Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Opinions vary as to whether the narcissistic traits evident in infancy, childhood and early adolescence are pathological. Anecdotal evidence suggests that childhood abuse and trauma inflicted by parents, authority figures, or even peers provoke “secondary narcissism” and, when unresolved, may lead to the full-fledged Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) later in life. This makes sense as …

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The Intermittent Explosive Narcissist

Narcissists invariably react with narcissistic rage to narcissistic injury. The Intermittent Explosive Narcissist These two terms bear clarification: Narcissistic Injury Any threat (real or imagined) to the narcissist’s grandiose and fantastic self-perception (False Self) as perfect, omnipotent, omniscient, and entitled to special treatment and recognition, regardless of his actual accomplishments (or lack thereof). The narcissist …

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Reconditioning The Narcissist

Reconditioning The Narcissist Question: You seem to be very skeptical that someone with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder can be treated successfully. Answer: The Narcissistic Personality Disorder has been recognized as a distinct mental health diagnosis a little more than two decades ago. There are few who can honestly claim expertise or even in-depth understanding of …

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Learning Healthy Anger Management Strategies

When treating or dealing with anger issues, there are many suggestions for anger management strategies. Each of them is intended to help people who are hot-tempered and frequently have fits of rage. Although a healthy and normal response to upsetting situations, anger can be intense to the point of violence. When a person experiences regular …

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How to Save Money on Instagram Original Content

I’m telling you, time is money. I know you probably heard that millions of times before. I know you have probably been reminded of that in many different contexts. Suppose you’re like most people you’re probably sick and tired of being reminded of that. Unfortunately, most people do not live out their lives with this …