Spotting a Narcissist

Spotting a Narcissist

It’s pretty common to call someone a narcissist, but it often refers a person who is simply acting self-centered. True narcissism is a personality type combining extreme selfishness with grandiose thoughts and a few other defining characteristics. Dr. Jill Hubbard and Steve Arterburn help us define the term. Click on the image to watch now.

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Comments

  1. Christy says:

    It would be interesting to hear the difference between someone with Asberger’s and a run-of-the-mill narcissist.

  2. Are sociopaths also narcissists? I’d like to know more about that.

  3. Mother of the Bride says:

    I think my husband may be a narcissists. After 30+ years I am now realizing this may
    explain my husbands actions. But now he is crossing the line.

    We have an adult (almost 30yrs) daughter wanting to marry (both 1st marrage) a Christian man / no kids envloved / both have jobs / that my husband(her father) 100% disapproves of the marrage and wants the wedding stopped. The finance is not bring
    any $$$ to the relationship and our daughter is established. The closer to the wedding date the more anger and hate my husband expresses. As a wife and mother I am scared of what he will do on the day of the wedding. What would a Narcissist do in a event
    that he needs to be a part of but disapproves?

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