Narcissists: 3 Reasons They’re Attracted to You

The terms narcissist or narcissism are not very common in these parts. We refer to such people as “arrogant”, “stuck on themselves”, “conceited”, or “all about self.” It’s much deeper than that. There is a name for controling, manipulative, and down right crazy-making people: Narcissistic Personality Disorder!

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