A client diagnosed with a narcissistic personality disorder has a grandiose sense of selfimportance.

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A client diagnosed with a narcissistic personality disorder has a grandiose sense of selfimportance.

A client diagnosed with a narcissistic personality disorder has a grandiose sense of selfimportance and entitlement. When confronted, the client states, “Contrary to what everyone believes, I do not think that the whole world owes me a living.” This client is using what defense mechanism? 1. Minimization. 2. Denial. 3. Rationalization. 4. Projection.

 

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