Invisible Illness
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Stop Calling Everyone a Narcissist

Your ex was mostly likely selfish, not a narcissist

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Lately, my page has been flooded with tips on how to spot a narcissist, leave a narcissist, know if you grew up with one, and so on. After reading a few posts, it began to feel like everyone has a narcissist in their life.




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Mia Hayes

Mia Hayes

40-something who 💯 doesn’t have it all figured out, but long story short, I survived. Love big. Love hard. Love you.

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