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Answered 2010-01-05 12:16:05

Psychology recognizes NO SUCH THING/ PERSON.

It's a made up term. Made up by a psychopath who writes books about Narcissism.

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All narcissists constantly switch between somatic and cerebral, inverted ad classic.

Please let me apologize in advance for my sarcasm, but I wish this were always the case! If all the narcissists paired up, then they would leave all us normal folks alone... Seriously, I did read somewhere (in Sam Vaknin's site?) that there are two particular "types" of narcissists may do well for a time...Was it an inverted narcissist he was refering to? I don't quite remember.(Google: "inverted narcissist maybe?) I also read that there are folks out there that actually like being in a relationship with a narcissist!

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