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A woman told an advice column that her in-laws won’t stop serving her mushrooms despite her deadly allergy, and a trauma therapist thinks it cou...
The woman, who signed the letter "Disrespected Daughter-in-Law," said her husband's parents even started putting mushroom powder in mashed potatoes.
Narcissists use a subtle conversation tactic to make everything about them, and you may not notice it until its driving you crazy
Rather than supporting the other person in what they say, narcissists manipulate the conversation by shifting every point to be about them.
Men who send unsolicited pictures of their penises are likely to be narcissists, according to science
The research also found that photo-senders were more likely to demonstrate sexist behavior, but no more likely to watch porn, than more modest men.
There’s now evidence some women go on dates for free meals, and they have some disturbing personality traits in common
Women who think "foodie calls" are acceptable tend to endorse traditional gender roles and score highly on scales measuring "dark" traits.
The feud between James Charles and Tati Westbrook is a reminder of how YouTube is the perfect breeding ground for narcissists
A psychologist explains how YouTube and other social media platforms create an environment for narcissism.
Narcissistic parents identify their children as either a favourite or a scapegoat, and they pit them against each other
Narcissists often emotionally reject a child that reminds them of their own insecurities and flaws.
These are the main strengths a narcissist will try to target in you, and how you can protect yourself
It's a common misconception that psychologically abusive people, such as narcissists, target weak and vulnerable people. In reality, they go after people with certain strengths.
If you're feeling guilty for looking after yourself, always walking on eggshells, and everything feels draining, you might be going out with a narcissist.
I’m a professor of human behavior, and I have some news for you about the ‘narcissists’ in your life
Human behavior professor Melody Wilding says people tell her about narcissistic coworkers, but most don't truly understand what a "narcissist" is.
It can feel like all narcissists are cut from the same cloth, because they act in such similar patterns. Here are some of the most common things you'll hear them utter, and in what stages of a relationship to expect them.