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How To Identify And Deal With Narcissists In Law

Law360 (May 2, 2019, 1:13 PM EDT) -- The age-old tale of Narcissus is as follows:

Narcissus is a character in Greek mythology that could not love anyone else because in seeing his own reflection in a pool of water ends up falling in love with himself. Unable to focus on anything else but his reflection, he avoids disturbing his image in the slightest, refuses to drink the water from the lake and eventually dies of thirst.[1]

The term “narcissism” has evolved into a socially derogatory description of personality traits consistent with arrogance and egotism. However, in the most benign sense of the term, narcissism describes characteristics of individuals...

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