Narcissist, Addiction, Or Bipolar Disorder?

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There are many similarities and differences between narcissistic personality disorder, addictions, and bipolar disorder. As a therapist, I would classify all of these disorders as “family conditions” meaning that relatives and close friends struggle and suffer emotionally due to the mental health disorder of their loved one in a significant way. It is often more common to see the wives, husbands, children and…

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