Do you feel flustered and annoyed at your co-worker who pretends to do all the work and bags in credit that was meant for you? Do you feel helpless when your partner gaslights you, leaving you in a state of utter shock and disbelief? Do you doubt your self-worth when your parents constantly degrade you or are you tired of listening to them bragging about themselves? If you find any of these situations relatable, chances are you are dealing with a narcissist either at work or at home.
There is no denying the fact that it is excruciatingly taxing to share a close relationship with a narcissist. They can be your parent, sibling, co-worker, or your spouse, and confronting and living with them demands all the strength from you. You might find yourself walking on eggshells around them, doubting your self-worth and this can take a significant toll on your mental health.
But before we jump on how to deal with narcissists it is necessary that we learn who they really are and how to spot them in our circle.
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