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What If One of Your Friends Is a Covert Narcissist?

You realize they fit the definition. What do you do?

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When we hear the term “narcissist,” we tend to think of someone who constantly seeks to be the center of attention, who seeks to be praised and admired. They appear to have little concern for anyone but themselves, and what concern they do express is a performance. They’re so brash in…




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Paul Ryburn, M.Sc.

Paul Ryburn, M.Sc.

I write about writing, ideas, creativity, intuition, spirituality, life lessons. Ex-college teacher https://ko-fi.com/paulryburn Twitter: @paulryburn

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