I am asking because some people say, narcissists usually do not aware of their own narcissism.
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Narcissists may recognize some of the traits and behaviors of other narcissists, but they may not necessarily label them as such or identify them as members of their own group.
Narcissists tend to view themselves as superior to others, and they may be very critical of anyone who exhibits behavior that they perceive as narcissistic or attention-seeking.
That being said, narcissists may be attracted to other narcissists, particularly if they share similar personality traits or values. They may also be drawn to the attention and admiration that comes from being in a relationship with another narcissist.
However, narcissists can also be very competitive with one another, and may feel threatened or jealous if another narcissist is perceived as being more successful or charismatic.
In these situations, they may engage in power struggles or engage in other forms of manipulative behavior to try and regain their sense of control.
Overall, while narcissists may be able to recognize some of the traits and behaviors of other narcissists, they are unlikely to form meaningful or positive connections with them.