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NARCISSISM is distinguished from true leadership (which shares attention) by narcissisms use, abuse and exploitation of people, as opposed to enhancing and facilitating the value of others.
A third factor which reinforces the stranglehold narcissism can have is when people are committed to being "nice" or fair, and as a result are unwilling or unprepared to hold the narcissist accountable for positions or behaviors.
The narcissism, consumed and driven by the grandiosity, feels responsible for everything; therefore, all failures, frustrations, and disappointments are its fault, and are directed personally at it.
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