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Narcissism causes impatience, anxiety and anger in the sufferer and will often lead to abusive and dysfunctional relationships, loneliness, temper tantrums and provoking behaviour leading to violence and domestic violence and murder, pornography and sexual fantasy addiction, alcohol and drug addiction, adultery, bankruptcy, divorce, child abuse, nervous breakdown and despair. Partners and family of narcissists are often affected by eroded self confidence and self esteem, anxiety, agoraphobia, overwhelming resentment, guilt and shame, domestic violence, alcoholism, drug addiction, social phobia, depression, suicide, adultery, divorce, loneliness, bankruptcy, social alienation, neuroses and despair. Both narcissists and their immediate family have an increased risk of incarceration. This is not a condition to ignore the symptoms of in adult or child. Kim Cooper author of "Back from the Looking Glass" Living with the Personality disorder that cause emotional and domestic abuse.
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