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Typical Narcysstic person,Leslie

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Submitted by Lana(USA) (United States), Sep 5, 2018 at 20:05

Hello Leslie
It is very common for people with NPD to value and associate with material things,or what they do ,rather than who they are,because of inside is an empty shell,covered by fasade of the wealth.

Very often-people with NPD- spend the money they do not have(credit),on things,they do not need,
to impress people,they do not know,so that it boosts his ego,when in reality they are nobody....

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