Over the last couple of days, there’s been a lot of dialog about selfies – quick snapshots of oneself, posted to the internet for the sole purpose of showing off, well, yourself.
I’ve often wondered where the line between introspection and narcissism falls.
There’s an expectation, a coddling that preserves you as young.
Reading shouldn’t be painful. A work of great literature reveals the human spirit, and elevates us.
It wasn’t easy to tell you that I couldn’t anymore. In fact it was the hardest thing I’d ever had to do.
A woman gazes from her black and white setting as she leans against a motorcycle. She wears a pair of overalls and a collared blouse.
Narcissism exists on a spectrum. These self-centered folks can simply be more focused on themselves, or it can cross over into an actual personality disorder. Either way, narcissists are legendarily difficult to have relationships with.
1. Apologizing more than they should. Anyone who has come out of one of these relationships is used to taking ownership of entire relationships. They are used to being at fault.
Why on earth would someone risk his or her own life just to take the ultimate selfie?
Look at their actions and the consistency of their actions and not just focus on what they say or how they say it.