Echo and Narcissus, by John William Waterhouse (1903), depicts Narcissus ignoring the longing gaze of Echo and instead falling in love with his own reflection. Photo: Walker Art Gallery Echo and Narcissus, by John William Waterhouse (1903), depicts Narcissus ignoring the longing gaze of Echo and instead falling in love with his own reflection. Photo: Walker Art Gallery
Echo and Narcissus, by John William Waterhouse (1903), depicts Narcissus ignoring the longing gaze of Echo and instead falling in love with his own reflection. Photo: Walker Art Gallery

Narcissists may start out popular, but people see through them in the long run

Echo and Narcissus, by John William Waterhouse (1903), depicts Narcissus ignoring the longing gaze of Echo and instead falling in love with his own reflection. Photo: Walker Art Gallery Echo and Narcissus, by John William Waterhouse (1903), depicts Narcissus ignoring the longing gaze of Echo and instead falling in love with his own reflection. Photo: Walker Art Gallery
Echo and Narcissus, by John William Waterhouse (1903), depicts Narcissus ignoring the longing gaze of Echo and instead falling in love with his own reflection. Photo: Walker Art Gallery
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