6 Signs of Narcissistic Abuse

Simply having some narcissistic behaviors isn’t sufficient for a full diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality Disorder – or NPD. Although NPD presently continues to be a grey area, one thing is generally agreed upon: it starts from childhood. Initial development was likely normal, but through a pattern of abuses, probably from parents, they end up hating and rejecting themselves to the point where they have no sense of self and create a mask to substitute. Are you currently dating a narcissist? Do you perhaps identify as a narcissist and would like to understand more about yourself? Then this video may be for you.

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Writer: Ben Carswell
Script Editor: Denise Ding & Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera
Animation: Faye Miravalles
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