Tag: narcissism

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How to Make a Narcissist Panic

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Narcissists – Your indifference is their kryptonite.

Forget any type of petty revenge you may be plotting; malignant narcissists see all of your emotional responses to them (whether positive or negative) as…

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Trauma and narcissism

In my work with extreme narcissist patients I have found that their emotional age and maturity corresponds to the age they experienced their major trauma….

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Grandiose narcissism can increase mental toughness

Science Daily A key finding of the research was that grandiose narcissism can increase mental toughness and this can help to offset symptoms of depression….

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10 Things Not to Do with Narcissists

http://bit.ly/2Y4k6eu 1. Don’t give them ammunition. Narcissists need to feel superior. Anything you share with narcissists may eventually be used to humiliate or manipulate you….

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Narcissistic people are more likely to be attracted to ordained ministry

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/07/13/church-considers-psychometric-tests-experts-raise-fears-clergy/ The Church of England could administer personality tests for trainee priests amid fears it appoints too many narcissists. The Church is examining ways to…

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Narcissist :Reacts Poorly to Criticism

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/communication-success/201807/5-ways-narcissists-compensate-their-inferiority “How dare her tell me I’m wrong – she’s a nobody!” ― Anonymous An easy way to spot a narcissist’s fragile ego is to…

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Does the West have a self-obsession problem?

https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2018/7/19/17518086/selfie-will-storr-book-psychology-west That’s a great question, and the answer is both yes and no. In the book, I argue that the West is basically an individualist…

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Meditation can indeed be narcissistic

https://qz.com/1307380/yoga-and-meditation-boost-your-ego-say-psychology-researchers/ These findings suggest that spiritual Buddhist practices like yoga and meditation may not do what proponents typically say they do, according to the study…

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What processes in early childhood lead individuals to become who they are?

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/fulfillment-any-age/201802/3-core-facets-narcissism-malignant-adaptive That ironic tendency of narcissism to become a topic demanding constant attention was aptly summarized by Zlatan Krizan and Anne Herlache of Iowa State…

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