Talking about narcissism is often a balancing act for me because on one hand, I am talking about wounded people who are suffering from symptoms of childhood trauma, for which I feel much compassion. On the other hand, I am talking about people who are often not just victims, but who are victimizers and who’s behavior end up hurting not just themselves, but those around them, which I feel much anger towards. Thus, I try not to focus on symptoms so much that I ignore the root cause(child abuse), yet I don’t want to focus of the root cause so much that I neglect talking about behaviors which do indeed hurt others, regardless of the root source.
Narcissistic Supply: Emotional Vampirism as a Symptom of Unmet Childhood Needs
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So true!! You definitely know what you are talking about because this tells me how understanding you are of the matter and can see both sides to it.

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