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What is Narcissism?

What is Narcissism?
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Narcissism is a very interesting topic in human psychology. This personality trait, which is characterized by self-conceit, self-admiration and egoistic tendencies, can sometimes be normal, but sometimes it can reach pathological levels. The condition called narcissistic personality disorder refers to the situation in which these tendencies are severe and persistent.

Narcissists usually have a strong ego. They expect praise and admiration from others. They constantly feel the need to praise and encourage themselves. This can cause problems in their relationships because they tend to manipulate, control and use others for their own purposes.

Narcissists often ignore others or ignore their emotional needs. Their empathy skills may be limited and they may be insensitive to the emotional needs of others. Therefore, they may cause problems in their relationships and have problems in close relationships.

Narcissism is often associated with experiences a person had during childhood. For example, someone who was constantly praised or had their every wish fulfilled during childhood is more likely to have narcissistic tendencies. Likewise, a child who is overly criticized or neglected may develop narcissistic personality traits.

The effects of narcissism can be reflected in an individual's personal and social life. For example, problems may occur in business relationships or romantic relationships. Additionally, narcissistic individuals can also create problems in society because they tend to constantly put themselves ahead of others.

Therefore, it is important to study and better understand narcissism. In order to cope with narcissism, it is important to have a healthy level of self-confidence and developed empathy skills. Additionally, therapy and support groups for narcissistic individuals may also be helpful.

Narcissism is a notable issue in human psychology. Although the need for self-love and appreciation is normal, it can lead to problems if these traits reach extreme and pathological levels. Doing more research on narcissism and raising awareness about it can help individuals better understand themselves and others.

Psychologist Eylül SAKA