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The question is simple, rating yourself on a scale of 1-7: “To what extent do you agree with this statement: I am a narcissist.
(Note: The word ‘narcissist’ means egotistical, self-focused and vain.)” You can even try out this free interactive narcissism quiz.
If someone is easily slighted or over-reactive to criticism, they may also be a narcissist.
If they feel they are always right, that they know more, or that they have to be the best, etc., these are also signs of narcissism.
And actually, this constant desire to to the people around you actually gets in the way.
A successful relationship is built around letting go.
So how does this rise in narcissism impact our personal relationships?
For one thing, more narcissism means more narcissistic relationships.
Narcissistic individuals may only appear to care about you when you are fulfilling their needs or serving a purpose for them.
A narcissistic relationship can lead to a lot of emotional distress.
But behind this mask of ultra-confidence lies a fragile self-esteem, vulnerable to the slightest criticism.”We live in an increasingly narcissistic world.