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SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS REGARDING THE RAISING OF CHILDREN IN NARCISSISTIC FAMILIES. THEORETICAL APPROACH

@article{Costin2020SOCIALAE,
  title={SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS REGARDING THE RAISING OF CHILDREN IN NARCISSISTIC FAMILIES. THEORETICAL APPROACH},
  author={Alina Costin},
  journal={Journal Plus Education},
  year={2020},
  volume={27},
  pages={50-62}
}
  • Alina Costin
  • Published 7 October 2020
  • Psychology
  • Journal Plus Education
The paper aims at an integrative review of current knowledge about narcissistic parenting, and the impact of this disorder on the child. A child can experience the most hidden forms of abuse in his or her own family when one or both parents experience narcissistic personality disorders. The pattern of action specific to this family includes practices such as manipulation, non-compliance with barriers, enhancement, triangulation, isolation, hoovering, projection etc. tactfully exercised by the… 

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