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“He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.” —Benjamin Franklin
They have rigidly high standards and wants things done their way or no way at all.
Am I a narcissist, or just kind of a bitch? Everyone keeps talking about how we’re the “Me” generation. Stories abound about us searching for unicorns, feeling entitled, and thinking we’re above average. But is this trend pathological?
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We could all be called narcissists, because we are all principally in charge of our own selves, and therefore very interested in examining and documenting those selves.
Narcissism is everywhere, but it operates in a particularly sinister way in the corporate world.
The more narcissistic a man, the more he attracts giving, empathic women, who feel good seeing the needs of those around them met.
Anyone who has ever stepped out of the ordinary and took a flying leap into the extraordinary unknown had to have a reason for doing so.
Is it possible this word is being used a little too much?