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How Narcissists Cause Imposter Syndrome in Their Partners and Family Members
Learn the three main ways narcissists can instill a sense of imposter syndrome in their targets.
Learn the three main ways narcissists instill a sense of imposter syndrome in their targets. Click here to read the article.
"According to research, narcissistic individuals subject their partners and family members to distinct patterns of devaluation, envy, and rage. Romantic relationships with narcissists and psychopaths can even result in PTSD symptoms. One of the ways narcissistic individuals diminish their partners, family members, and co-workers is by belittling their skills, abilities, and accomplishments, as well as their internal and external positive traits. This is how a narcissistic individual controls, isolates, and polices his or her loved ones so they remain dependent on the narcissist’s validation. In this article, learn the three main ways narcissists instill a sense of imposter syndrome in their targets." - Shahida Arabi, MA
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