I have a question on a hub that is the actual topic of a recent hub. So the question is "What is an inverted or covert narcissist? Is this the same thing as a dependent personality type who is just dependent on narcissists?" and the hub directly answer that question: https://hubpages.com/health/Differences … Narcissist
Instead of just hiding the question I'd like to answer it by just saying See: with the link. This way it will show on the hub with the question and refer to a closely related hub. Anyone know if I'm allowed to do this?
I link to other hubs in my answers all the time. No problem so far.
But what if that is the answer? I would literally be repeating what is in the article to answer the question.
I refer back to my own articles often because they answer the questions the person is asking. Sometimes they ask a question answered on the article, so knowing they just dumped a question on me and didn't bother to read the article, I tell them to read the article. I waste enough time on these lazy people. Doesn't anybody read anymore?
I would say
"An inverted nacissist is (whatever you want to say). If you would like to read more about this subject, you can read another article at ....."
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