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It May Not be “Fleas”

Research shows nearly 70 percent of adult children with an NPD parent have NPD themselves. Are you one of them?

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) defines Narcissistic Personality Disorder. But when reading the DSM, you may not see the traits in yourself. That’s because the disorder looks much different from the outside than it feels to the person with NPD. So, what do the behaviors feel like? Probably not what you’d expect.

It May Not be Fleas

Do you think you may have “fleas” from growing up with a narcissistic parent? You may actually have the disorder. Here’s how to tell.

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