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Narcissists Hate Seeing You Happy

People with strong narcissistic tendencies hate seeing others do well. There are several reasons for this, and we will explore some of them in this article. First and foremost, true happiness comes from within. Narcissistic people are unable to feel genuine happiness because they severely, or even completely, lack a …

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The Narcissist’s One Trick That Can Keep Us Hooked Forever

It’s the powerful emotional tool known as intermittent reinforcement, and when used correctly, it guarantees to get—and keep—virtually anyone hooked on anything. Intermittent reinforcement is when one person in a relationship metes out or reinforces rules, rewards or boundaries occasionally or inconsistently. Instead of discouraging the other person, intermittent reinforcement actually …

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Have you ever heard of the 1938 stage play “Gaslight” or seen the movie by the same name from the 1960s? Gaslight is about a husband who successfully convinces his wife that she’s insane by destabilizing and delegitimizing her memories and beliefs. Since then, the term “gaslighting” has been used …

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3 Differences Between a Narcissist and a Sociopath

Narcissist or sociopath? Both of these words bring up ideas of villainous, abusive people that most people think they can spot just by looking at them. However, both narcissists and sociopaths are very good at hiding their true intentions. For the most part, people aren’t able to tell the differences …

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Why Narcissistic people love to ruin birthdays and holidays

People with Cluster B personality disorders enjoy making other people feel worthless — especially on birthdays or holidays. Mean people love nothing more than stealing joy from an otherwise happy or sensitive-natured person. Don’t let the opinion of a manipulator or gaslighting con-artist’s angry, ugly, words ruin your mood. Their fundamentally toxic …

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“I Love You” From The Perspective Of A Narcissist

To this disenchanted generation, ‘I Love You’ are worn out words. They’re said too much but not enough. They mean different things in different contexts, but they always carry a special significance. Sometimes, the words are said by people who don’t fully grasp their meaning, by those who are completely …

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