Is it narcissistic to begin a sentence with "Me, I.."?
I know a particular person who begins most sentences with "Me, I just..." or "Me, I want..."
Do you find that narcissistic?
It all depends on the context of the conversation. If they are sharing their experience in relation to the subject being discussed then I would not consider that to be narcissistic.
However if they are the one who always initiates conversations by talking about themselves and rarely inquire about others then that would come off as being self-centered.
I agree with dashingscorpio. Also, it might be this person's way of speaking and he/she may not realize how this speaking style comes across to other people.
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