Have you ever seen the flower “Narcissus” (Nargis) from the family of daffodils?
Greek mythology says that Narcissus was a beautiful hunter who used to decline love advances from people after luring them. He finally fell in love with his reflection in the water and perished, turning into the flower.
This loving self without any genuine considerations of others is termed Narcissism. No one knows if the flower was named after the character or vice versa.
Nevertheless, the point here is psychology, which fascinates me deeply, points out Narcissism as a Cluster-B personality disorder (Reich J, 1986).
The case I…
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