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Life of the mind: what is wrong with you?

Everyone is desperate for a quick fix understanding of why they are being abused that enables them not to look in the mirror

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A friend of mine posted something on Facebook the other day about how you know your partner has a narcissistic personality disorder when he behaves like a total bastard and then apologises a lot. Sound familiar? It’s supposed to. Everyone is desperate for a quick fix understanding of why they are being abused that enables them not to look in the mirror, not to look at what it is about themselves that allows the situation to develop.

It’s fascinating how many letters to newspaper and magazine…

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