Why You Need to Be Suspicious of a Narcissist’s Kisses

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When I was nine years old, I vowed never to kiss my mother again. I thought this was a good way to punish her.

At first glance, it may seem like I was the manipulator in this situation. However, I was only a kid trying to get her mother’s attention.

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Writer for The Los Angeles Times, Salon, The Startup, Tenderly, Fearless She Wrote, MuddyUm. Christineschoenwaldwriter.com

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Christine Schoenwald

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Writer for The Los Angeles Times, Salon, The Startup, Tenderly, Fearless She Wrote, MuddyUm. Christineschoenwaldwriter.com

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