Ignoring the Narcissist?

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A narcissist is someone who is excessively preoccupied with their own personal adequacy and issues of prestige, power, and vanity. Ignoring them can me them hurt and feel rejected. They become jealous easily and require constant attention and positive reinforcement from others. They often exaggerate their own importance, talents, and achievements. The term originated from a mythological Greek youth, Narcissus, who became infatuated with his reflection. Group treatment has benefits for the narcissist as is receiving peer feedback rather than from a clinician.
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so they don't have an opportunity to manipulate you and get to you emotionally.
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That is annoying. I work with someone like that. She is the greatest and so is her family. She is so wronged by other family members. Blah. Blah. Cry me a river. A lot of the time
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"You would be confused as to what happened..." They may have initially accepted you as a friend just to seem nice, but then changed their mind and blocked so that you would
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I don't think there's any way to really hurt a narcissist, unfortunately. I know one that is SO ugly. But he thinks he could be a model if he was half a foot taller. He has average
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