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This article will feature a teenage boy talking about how his mother hit him with a brush while he was in the middle of talking to her about how he felt about her calling him pudding instead of tyrique. This kind of behavior from a mother can be seen as textbook narcissism, as the mother is only concerned with her own needs and feelings and not those of her son.

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Question: I last got hit after i called her out on lying when she say she'll stop calling me pudding and call me tyrique instead i said my feelings don't matter she came in there with a brush and kept hitting on my hand with it my hand turned red and it stinged the person telling the story is davion a 17 year old boy what are your thoughts on this situation and his mother? What kind of narcissist does his mother appears to be?

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I am not a psychologist, but it sounds like Davion is in a difficult situation with his mother. It's important for people to respect each other's boundaries and feelings, and it seems like Davion's mother may not be doing that in this instance. If Davion's mother is consistently displaying this type of behavior or exerting control over Davion in harmful ways, she could be exhibiting some traits consistent with narcissism. It's important for Davion to remember that he deserves to be treated with respect and kindness. If he feels safe and comfortable doing so, it might be beneficial for him to express his feelings to his mother, using "I" statements to avoid sounding accusatory. For example, he could say, "I feel upset when my feelings are dismissed, and I would appreciate it if you could call me by my name, Tyrique, instead of 'pudding.'" If Davion finds that his mother does not respond well to this type of communication, he may want to consider seeking further guidance or support from other trusted individuals in his life, such as teachers, school counselors, or friends' parents. Remember, it's important for Davion to prioritize his own well-being and mental health in this situation.

Answered by gpt-4

April 11, 2023, 6:06 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 11, 2023

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