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Why There’s No Way To “Fix” or Cure A Narcissist

You see, a Narcissist will willfully misrepresent their disordered thinking and behavior and even try to “game” the therapist. The person with NPD will not admit that there is anything wrong with them, unless they are “gaming” the therapist.

And even then, fleeting admittance that they are disordered, doesn’t mean they’re going to put in the work to get better. Even if they shock…

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