Narcissists lie and re-write history, but why?
One of the most crucial characteristics of a morally centered, responsible, and mentally healthy individual is the ability to be accountable for one’s actions and feelings. This is how we grow and learn from our mistakes as well as live life according to our value system. Most people do know right from wrong and learn that from a very early age. But why is it so hard for some people to face mistakes, own feelings, make amends and apologize?
A trademark of a narcissistic personality disorder or even a person with a high number of narcissistic traits, is this strange problem with accountability.Keep Reading on Psychology Today