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How to Recognize and Recover From Narcissistic Family Abuse

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When a family is dominated by a narcissistic parent, the needs of the disordered parent take precedence over the needs of the child.

Family members are not cherished individuals to be loved; they are instead “narcissistic supply” whose only purpose is to serve the infantile, primitive psycho-emotional needs of the narcissistic parent.

What Is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? A narcissist is someone who meets the clinical criteria for narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), whether they are formally diagnosed with NPD or not.

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