How do you get a narcissist out of your life? I am a female with a female friend who lives about an hour away. I don’t see her often but she calls me on her way home from work. I’ve tried for a long time to have a normal friendship with her but I’ve given up. I’ve started researching narcissism and now I’m convinced that she is a narcissist. I’ve discovered that there have been a lot of them in my life and now I know what to look for. I just need to know how to get this one out of my life without a battle. One way I know is to not react to anything emotionally. Do you have any other tips?
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