Cluster B disorders · Domestic abuse · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · low self-esteem · Narcissistic abuse · self care

DSM traits of someone with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)

 

In this video I state the criteria that someone needs to have, to be diagnosed as having NPD (at least 5 or more to qualify ).

If you or someone you know has suffered greatly due to someone with this disorder, please leave a comment or share your experience. More and more people are realising that they have been abused by such pathologically ill individuals.

Most of the time, these individuals know that they are being abusive as they try to hide their actions in public. They are very good at turning people against the victim of such abuse if they dare speak out and making them out to be the abusive one.

Take care, always ♥

Love Athina

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3 thoughts on “DSM traits of someone with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)

    1. You very welcome! Most abuse that happens is by narcissists that are quite high on the narcissistic spectrum, especially those with 5 or more of these traits. I am sorry you also had to grow up with a parent like this.

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