Dr. Danielle Forshee shares her knowledge about the six types of narcissists and how to deal with them.
Narcissists are generally grandiose people with an unending need for admiration and a lack of empathy, says psychologist Danielle Forshee, PsyD. And in any kind of relationship setting—platonic, romantic, or otherwise—is where these core qualities can be the most harmful.
“Relationships with narcissists often involve significant difficulty with managing conflict and disagreements, and arriving at joint decisions or solutions, since narcissists are unreasonable and require compliance with what they believe is correct,” says Dr. Forshee. As a result, any conversation that doesn’t align with their preexisting opinion is bound to go south—and fast.
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