Narcissism Is a Spectrum, and You’re On It

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Narcissism Is a Spectrum

We all exhibit narcissistic behaviors—especially in the modern age.

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High on the Spectrum

Thoughts

Behaviors

Low on the Spectrum

“I’m insecure. Does this mean I’m on the spectrum?”

  1. What are you doing?
  2. Why are you doing it?
  3. How is it affecting others—what is it making them feel?

Develop self-awareness, and the rest will fall into place.

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