Eight things narcissists do

How to spot ’em, and be prepared

Mirror, mirror, on the wall … — Wikipedia

A cultural thing?

We arguably live in what social theorist Christopher Lasch long ago dubbed a “culture of narcissism”. The way our commercial culture celebrates image, competition, status, and success is historically novel. Social media is an ego machine, in one of its registers.

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