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Even More Narcissism: Secret Lie of Narcissists Narcissistic

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  1. A narcissist is a wolf like a predator that feeds on people that are: Famished or hungry for love and affection. – Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D
  2. A narcissist is a wolf like a predator that feeds on people that are: Naive people– Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D
  3. A narcissist is a wolf like a predator that feeds on people that are: People who trust anybody– Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D
  4. A narcissist is a wolf like a predator that feeds on people that are: Lonely people– Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D
  5. A narcissist is a wolf like a predator that feeds on people that are: Idealists– Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D
  6. A narcissist is a wolf like a predator that feeds on people that are: People with no boundaries making hard to distinguish predators or safe person.– Samuel Lopez De Victoria, Ph.D
  7. Narcissists will try to compete with you in any form:  will try to belittle you, reduce you, or minimize you or manipulate you and trying to control you. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  8. Narcissists will see their interactions with you as a game. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  9.  Narcissists will be passive-aggressive or aggressive in communication. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  10. Narcissists will never give you peace: Some narcissists are so vulnerable and weak psychologically and emotionally that they will keep a disagreement or arguing going for days, months, and maybe even years. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  11. Narcissists will express their 5 year old ego when they are challenged: Again, the narcissist is emotionally and psychologically immature.. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  12. Narcissists will cause unnecessary drama and almost thrives on drama. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  13. Narcissists will form cliques all around you to feel powerful and empowered. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  14. Narcissist Will use their social and emotional intelligence to gain notoriety: embellish their accomplishments, brag, or seem very unauthentic. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  15. Narcissist Will behave immaturely: Narcissistic individuals the extra mile to make trouble, get revenge, or be vindictive…empowered by … make life miserable, unbearable, or uncomfortable for everyone else. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  16. Narcissist will pull in other people who are vulnerable to them to conquer and divide. (10 Unbelievable Behaviors Of The Narcissist.| Támara Hill)
  17. Entitlement Narcissists are defined by entitlement.

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The Incredibles (2004)

with Athena Staik, Ph.D.

Staik, A. (2016). 3 Secrets to Outsmarting a Narcissist (By Not Trying to). Psych Central. Retrieved on July 31, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/relationships/2016/05/3-secrets-of-outsmarting-a-narcissist-by-not-trying-to/

Narcissism Decoded

with Dan Neuharth, Ph.D.

Neuharth, D. (2017). 11 Ways Narcissists and Alcoholics are Similar. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 17, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/narcissism-decoded/2017/07/11-ways-narcissists-and-alcoholics-are-similar/

Recovering from a Narcissist

Recovering from a
    Narcissist

with Shahida Arabi, M.A.

Arabi, S. (2017). 5 Signs You’re Dealing with a Dangerous Narcissistic “Healer” or Guru. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 17, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/recovering-narcissist/2017/07/5-signs-youre-dealing-with-a-dangerous-narcissistic-healer-or-guru/

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Narcissism Decoded

with Dan Neuharth, Ph.D.

Neuharth, D. (2017). 11 Things NOT To Do With Narcissists. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 18, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/narcissism-decoded/2017/04/11-things-not-to-do-with-narcissists/

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with Athena Staik, Ph.D.

Staik, A. (2017). Narcissistic Abuse and the Symptoms of Narcissist Victim Syndrome. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 18, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/relationships/2017/03/narcissistic-abuse-and-the-symptoms-of-narcissist-victim-syndrome/

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Hammond, C. (2017). 8 Mental Abuse Tactics Narcissists Use at Work. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 17, 2017, from https://pro.psychcentral.com/exhausted-woman/2017/07/8-mental-abuse-tactics-narcissists-use-at-work/

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DoctrSam. (2017). Why You Attract Narcissists!Psych Central. Retrieved on July 18, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Xq1eE-t0dY

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Even More Narcissism: Secret Lie of Narcissists Narcissistic


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Stewart, C. (2017). Even More Narcissism: Secret Lie of Narcissists Narcissistic. Psych Central. Retrieved on June 27, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2017/08/narcissism-narcissists-narcissistic-4/

 

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