Narcissism in the news and media.

Artikels from 2 february  until 12 january 2018

Scarlet and Black

The rap collective New Age Narcissism may abbreviate their name to NAN, but this is definitely not your nan’s music. This Friday, Feb. 2, make sure you head to Gardner Lounge for a showcase of the Milwaukee-based music collective. Doors will open at 9 p.m. and the show will begin at 9:30. There are …

EBONY.com

And according to author Catenya McHenry, relationships with narcissists are not only exhausting, but psychologically and emotionally crippling. In her new book, Married to a Narcissist: Enduring the Struggle and Finding You Again, McHenry details fighting her way through the marriage by “journaling …

Billboard

When Allison Iraheta, an alumnus from season 8 of American Idol, formed Halo Circus with her husband Matthew Hager, the rock band was a four-piece outfit. Robots and Wranglers, the follow-up to their first album, Bunny, is scheduled to be released on March 16, and it finds the group morphing into an …

The Economist

Fallen in love. Julian Barnes and the narcissism of love. In “The Only Story” the author returns to the milieu of his first novel. Feb 3rd 2018. See article. Readers’ comments. The Economist welcomes your views. Please stay on topic and be respectful of other readers. Review our comments policy.

The Economist

But, as the tale spools out, the effect is a vivid and awful dramatisation of the narcissism of obsessive love. Paul claims a solemn “duty” to remember Susan as she was when they first met—a quick-witted, charming woman in a tennis dress—but finally this lover’s allegiance is to himself, and himself alone.

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The Stroud Courier

Although one in particular becomes glaringly evident as we go about our daily routines is self-absorption. Narcissism is evident when you see a pristine SUV taking up two spaces in the parking lot, a line of faces plastered to smartphones, or the door getting slammed on you because the person in front …

Psychology Today (blog)

I used to be a really confident and mentally healthy person. I had a good job, lots of friends, and I was happy most of the time. Now I am a total wreck. I can’t concentrate on my work and I feel as if I am going crazy. I know that I am in a really destructive relationship with a Narcissist who abuses me, but …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

When women share their experiences of being in a relationship with a narcissist, they discover that, while the details of each relationship differ — the words and tactics that narcissists use are all so bizarrely the same! It’s as if they consult one another, work from the same playbook, share game plans.

RushLimbaugh.com

RUSH: We looked it up. In Obama’s 2010 State of the Union, he used the pronoun “I” 105 times. Trump last night used the pronoun “I” 29 times, and the personal pronoun “we” even more than that. Obama said “I” 109 times, “I’m” 16 times, “my” 10 times, and “me” 11 times. So let’s add that up: 105 and 16 …

Chattanooga Pulse

He surrounds himself with “boot lickers”. He chronically overestimates his own value and underestimates the value of others. His narcissism leads to misbehavior. He is a bully. What some see as “counterpunching” is actually a very typical response to “narcissistic injury.” His cyberbullying is despicable.

Revelstoke Mountaineer

I asked Katie about the project’s take on narcissism, the basic human need for love, affection and understanding, and about trying to fill that yawning chasm of loneliness by substituting a real life for a fake one online. We also touched on the most important philosophical question of our time: if a ski tour …

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Green Valley News

As a counselor and therapist, I cannot help but see all the features of narcissism and grandiosity in the way in which our president treats individuals, groups and even other nations. No one (even colleagues and appointed cabinet members) seem to be exempt from his self-serving anger and his belittling …

Times of India

NEW DELHI: Two days after an eight-month-old girl was raped by her cousin in northwest Delhi’s Shakurpur on Sunday, her outraged father said, “We almost lost our daughter to a man who always pretended to take care of her like his own daughter.” He said he knew his nephew habitually indulged in …

Fox News

“I see a man [Allen] who wanted what he wanted and didn’t care that he was having an affair with a 19 year old when he was 54 who was also his daughter’s sister. He also took nude photos of this child who he had known since she was nine and left them out for his family to see. Narcissism.” I see a man …

Port Huron Times Herald

I enjoyed your article on narcissism on the editorial page. I wonder if the writer was looking in the mirror. Have you ever noticed when the news will have blaring headlines that so-and-so is a guilty crook on the front page but when it is all proved wrong it is a small article on an obscure page? Any article …

3 days ago

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Independent.ie

… a man who wanted what he wanted and didn’t care that he was having an affair with a 19-year-old when he was 54 who was also his daughter’s sister.” The producer added: “He also took nude photos of this child who he had known since she was nine and left them out for his family to see. Narcissism.

Nolte: Male Chauvinist Judd Apatow Bullies Diane Keaton Over Woody Allen – Breitbart News

Judd Apatow Fires Back at Diane Keaton Over Her Woody Allen Defense – Daily Beast

Judd Apatow Fires Back at Diane Keaton for Woody Allen Defense – Hollywood Reporter

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Love Andover

My poetry has many diverse themes from madness to the mundane, from fantasy and fable to philosophical and the darkness of reality (whatever that is). I have been writing since I was 18 and have inspired other artists such as Benjamin Heine who created an piece of art work called”filled with fire” from …

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Blog Talk Radio

We tend to flippingly say someone is Narcissistic and we say it in a negative tone, yet we are attracted to, live with and can enjoy those very people as well. Nassicistic personality simply cannot see life the way you, however what does that mean to you? And to them? And why does that type of …

4 days ago

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360Nobs.com

A lot of people are actually narcissist without realising it and Narcissistic personality disorder also tends to manifest itself at an early age. The truth is Narcissism can stem from childhood if the person was either overly pampered or overly criticized. This may cause such persons to struggle with insecurity, …

WGN Radio

Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst Dr. Gourgeuchon joins Karen Conti to talk about what it really means to be a narcissist. She also explains the cons and pros of being a narcissist, provides advice on how to handle this kind of common personality disorder in your everyday life, and more. Audio Player.

Yahoo News

Like many 1950s-era schoolkids — maybe even Donald Trump — I learned much of what I knew about the world, such as the major exports of Bolivia, from an encyclopedia. Before Wikipedia existed, families like mine boasted a shelf full of impressively bound cream-colored volumes, a compilation of …

5 days ago

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The Australian

It’s not something I like to talk about much these days, and I struggled with whether I should even broach the subject here, but if even one person reads this and can save themselves the heartbreak and futility of trying to make a relationship with a narcissist work, it’s worthwhile. Gaslighting, as Ruth wrote, …

Raw Story

One recent article in American Behavioral Scientist finds a compelling new link between mass shooters and narcissistic, aggressive behavior. Findings by Brad Bushman, a professor of communication and psychology at Ohio State University, contrast with the widely perceived notion that mass killers …

The Inquisitr

Author Elesa Zehndorfer answered the query, “If President Donald Trump is a narcissist, then what is the personality of Melania?” The author surmised a theory somewhat different than that of victim espoused in “Free Melania” campaigns. Instead Elesa profiled Melania as an “opportunist,” and ascribed …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

It begins with the narcissist feeling shame. It could be shame about childhood abuse, the socioeconomic state of their family, an embarrassing moment, or being exposed as a failure, incompetent, unintelligent, or a fraud. Either way, the shame hits them to the core of their deep rooted insecurity and they …

Well+Good

But it’s a whole different, er, monster when you’re breaking up with a narcissist, a sociopath, or a combination of both. This was no ordinary relationship; therefore, it’s no ordinary path to recovery. “You realize that the relationship felt real to you, but the [other person] faked it the entire time,” says Andrea …

Washington Examiner

Donald J. Trump has proven himself to be completely unfit for office, a threat to our country, and an imminent danger to the world. He is not well; he is a malignant narcissist and an active sociopath. And because he holds the codes to fire nuclear weapons, he is a singular threat to humanity. This situation …

AlterNet

Obviously, Bushman’s research doesn’t imply that all narcissists have violent tendencies. But, as Bushman writes in his study, “After doing research on aggression and violence for over 30 years I have come to the conclusion that the most harmful belief people can have is the belief that they are superior …

6 days ago

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PsychCentral.com (blog)

All your life, you think one way. Your family is fine. Normal. Apparently, love hurts. But you stay because your family convinced you that strangers would hurt, abuse and rape you. Then one memorable day, you discovered narcissism. And everything changed. Everything. You rethought every relationship …

Sarnia Observer

It ranks among the cheesiest of pickup lines: “Is your portrait in a museum?” Yet the Google Arts & Culture app has succeeded at picking up selfies faster than an online dating service — by its own account, 30 million in a matter of days. The free educational app courts users with a chance to explore more …

CBC.ca

A new study from Sejong University in Seoul, South Korea found that narcissistic people tend to post more selfies on Instagram. It’s not an especially surprising finding, considering that part of what characterizes narcissism is an obsession with one’s own appearance. But the study had a more surprising …

7 days ago

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Medical Xpress

Universitätsmedizin Berlin report that people who grew up in the former western states of Germany have higher levels of narcissism than those whose socialization took place in the former eastern states. Between 1949 and 1989/90, life in West Germany was characterized by a culture of individualism, …

Psychology Today (blog)

There is a strong element of narcissism in this disorder. One key component of antisocial personality disorder is that the person doesn’t feel any guilt or shame for what they have done to others. They don’t find the need to apologize for their wrongs. People who have antisocial personality disorder have …

Science Daily

The term ‘narcissism‘ refers to excessive self-love and self-centeredness. Narcissism is only considered a pathological phenomenon if the condition has a negative impact on the patient and if he or she develops symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder. Researchers led by Prof. Dr. Stefan Röpke …

EurekAlert (press release)

Researchers from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have been able to show that people who grew up in the former western states of Germany have higher levels of narcissism than those whose socialization took place in the former eastern states. Between 1949 and 1989/90, life in West Germany was …

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PLOS

Narcissism scores are higher in individualistic cultures compared with more collectivistic cultures. However, the impact of sociocultural factors on narcissism and self-esteem has not been well described. Germany was formerly divided into two different social systems, each with distinct economic, political …

8 days ago

NEWS

Courier Mail

Why do some people feel their “group” is being insulted even when no insult is intended? Enter collective narcissism. Think individual narcissism on steroids. Psychology lecturer Agnieszka Golec de Zavala, at Goldsmiths, University of London, says collective narcissists are the most dangerous of all and …

Crosswalk.com (blog)

Let’s call this what it is: spiritual narcissism. The value of narcissism is the classic “I – me – mine” mentality that places personal pleasure and fulfillment at the forefront of concerns. Historian Christopher Lasch went so far as to christen ours “the culture of narcissism,” calling it our new religion.

Daily Mail

The London restaurant was elegant, the food delicious, the service good. With his back to the room, my husband didn’t see the beautiful couple arrive and sit down opposite. Both in their mid-20s, they were real head-turners. The woman – dressed in the flimsiest of lace tops on a bitterly cold evening …

Psychology Today (blog)

But that shouldn’t be surprising: We know—from psychotherapy and general psychological observation—that people who demonstrate features of a narcissistic personality, especially marked by a sense of entitlement in their conduct, often behave that way. But the researchers didn’t expect this.

INSIDER

To put it simply, empaths are the opposite of narcissists. They’re not just highly-sensitive, they’re on a more extreme end of the emotional spectrum. It might sound rare or unlikely, but as Hello Giggles pointed out, “it’s pretty likely that you know someone who fits the description” of an empath, which …

9 days ago

NEWS

Yahoo Lifestyle

To be diagnosed with a full-blown disorder such as narcissistic personality disorder, people have to meet at least five criteria, per the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM): exaggerates her talents, is preoccupied with fantasies of success, believes she is unique and can only be understood by like-minded …

KALW

On the next City Visions host Joseph Pace and his distinguished guests assess the mental health of Donald Trump and the country that elected him. Is he crazy or crazy like a fox? Does his narcissism reflect the narcissism of American culture? And does his volatility pose a real danger to the American …

Men’s Health

Named after the Greek hero Narcissus, who famously fell so in love with his face in a reflecting pool that he drowned in it, narcissistic personality disorder (or NPD for short) is defined by more than just self-love. According to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of …

10 days ago

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The Independent

Narcissists, for example, are attracted to people they will get the greatest use from. Often, this means they pursue and target empaths. Empaths are the opposite of narcissists. While people with narcissistic personality disorder have no empathy, and thrive on the need for admiration, empaths are highly …

Business Insider

This is because empaths have a lot of compassion and understanding to give, while narcissists thrive on someone worshipping them. But this isn’t a good match, because empaths tend to forgive everything the narcissist does. This results in them being completely used and degraded, while the narcissist …

B&T

Ironically, the ad plays on the narcissism of taking a photo of yourself and the glorious narcissism of Ali’s legendary rant. The newly launched X (or Ten) celebrates the tenth anniversary of the launch of the iPhone with the company anticipating global sales of around 20 million for the first quarter of 2018.

PsychCentral.com (blog)

“Our…totally self-centered and demanding baby daughter.” That’s how my dad introduced me to his readership in Chapter 3 of his book. And that’s the kind of bullsh*t my narcissists regularly spewed when they fondly reminisced about that cute, smart, demanding, angry, willful, strong-willed sinner they …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

It’s not easy to leave a narcissist. Focusing on good, solid reasons is a vital step. It’s a necessary momentum to reach a goal vital to your wellbeing and life, in this case, to open the cage door of a toxic relationship, and realize you’ve had wings to fly away along … at minimum emotionally. It starts in the …

11 days ago

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PsychCentral.com (blog)

What do cults, narcissists and the infamous Turpins all have in common? They isolate their victims. And not just physically. Intellectually. Relationally. Spiritually. Emotionally. Every way. Why? To create a very limited reality of their own design so they can keep you stupid, naïve and thus, controllable.

13 days ago

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Psychology Today (blog)

Are all actors narcissists? Do they choose their career not only because they are high on the Artistic dimension of RIASEC, but because they love basking in the limelight? What does it take to take your vocational profile as artistic into a professional career that will actually allow you to earn a living?

NBCNews.com

The issue isn’t personal narcissism and selfie culture but, rather, a culture of mass consumption and material acquisition. It’s obvious how modern Western popular culture promotes these values, fueling a consumer culture built on speed, excess and distraction; whole industries today are built around …

The Laconia Daily Sun

Conservative columnist Bret Stephens, who is as conservative as it gets, put it this way about such people: “This is the fatal mistake of conservatives who’ve decided the best way to deal with Trump’s personality — the lying, narcissism, bullying, bigotry, crassness, name calling, ignorance, paranoia, …

14 days ago

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Business Insider

To be diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder, someone needs to express five of nine different traits. Most commonly, they are characterised as having a lack of empathy, a grandiose sense of themselves, and a need for admiration. Although many narcissists can follow similar patterns, such as …

Psychology Today (blog)

Freud discussed “primary narcissism”, an innate tendency to be self-centered which is present from the earliest stages of life. “Loving oneself is the libidinal complement to the egoism of the instinct of self-preservation” (Freud, 1914). Later in life, the primary focus on oneself remains crucial to basic …

Blasting News

One host on MSNBC decided to speculate why Donald Trump had a childlike approach to making deals when it comes to people who praise his appearance. Nicolle Wallace on Donald Trump, via YouTube. Robert Sobel. R. Sobel. Expert in News. Author. R. Sobel. Follow Following. Advertisements.

The Madera Tribune

Our fellow citizens in Hawaii got the surprise of their lives on Saturday. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency activated its warning system, announcing by text message the imminent arrival of a ballistic missile attack. Some 38 minutes later HEMA sent a second message through the system …

Mirror.co.uk

A mum-of-two was tonight branded a ‘narcissistic pervert’ as she was jailed for 22 years for poisoning four wealthy lovers. Frenchwoman … Chief prosecutor Annie Brunet-Fuster had today called for Dagorn to be sent to prison for 30 years, and described her as a ‘narcissistic pervert’ and a ‘psychopath’.

HelloGiggles

One of the defining traits of narcissism is a lack of empathy, aka, the ability to both understand and feel what others around you are feeling. Having a certain amount of empathy is imperative for a healthy emotional life. However, having too much empathy can cause problems of its own. Those on that side …

15 days ago

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The Independent

Empathy is the ability most humans have to understand the way someone else is feeling. Unless you are a psychopath, narcissist, or sociopath, you will have the ability to feel empathy for others on some level. How much empathy we feel is on a scale, and some people feel it more intensely than others.

The Cheat Sheet

The Reputation Institute offer a fascinating look at which countries are the most and least popular among their fellow nations. A report from the group also reveals which countries have a much better internal reputation than external reputation. In other words, these narcissistic countries have much higher …

TheTyee.ca

Other terms in circulation include malignant narcissism. The legal issue at play here is significant. Trump, like all other elected officials, acts in a fiduciary role — he is legally required to act in the best interests of others, not himself. As the most powerful man in the world with authority to launch a nuclear …

The Winchester Star

How many years has Donald Trump been president? Ten? Twenty? Doesn’t it seem like decades? Almost every day we are battered with his inane, self-centered tweets, or we read embarrassing stories about his private and personal life. Now we are debating whether the president of the United States …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

“Thank you for your email” wrote the Chief of Police in his Wednesday email to me, “The recent incident involving the Turpin family in California is certainly a tragic situation…your [false imprisonment] personal experiences that you shared in your email obviously had a great impact on you.” But not …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

Unless you’ve been homeschooled, isolated and held against your will — it can be easy to make some wrong assumptions about the Turpin children who were famously rescued from their parents Allen and Louise Turpin this week. There is a tone of surprise by the DailyMail writer who labels the …

YourTango

While a classic narcissist may be fairly easily identifiable, sometimes a narcissist can be right under your nose and you wouldn’t know it. Your sensitive introverted man might actually be a covert narcissist. Psychologist Elinor Greenberg took to Quora to reveal the three telling signs someone is a covert …

Shortlist

Narcissism is a psychological disorder that lives in all of us. It has something to do with the fear of being extinguished. If you look at narcissism from a clinical point of view, there’s more to it than megalomaniac assholes. But there is a certain amount of narcissism in every one of us. “As we live in, and are …

Business Insider

Unless you are a psychopath, narcissist, or sociopath, you will have the ability to feel empathy for others on some level. How much empathy we feel is on a scale, and some people feel it more intensely than others. People very high up on the scale are known as empaths, and they take it to the next level.

Business Insider Nordic

Boundaries are a real struggle for empaths, one reason being because they always want to please others, and not disappoint anyone. Unfortunately, this means they can be taken advantage of by manipulative people. Narcissists and empaths attract each other, as narcissists see someone they can use, …

16 days ago

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YourTango

Narcissistic people come in an infinite variety of different sizes and shapes, but one important thing all narcissists have in common is their ability to attract others like a moth to flame. It is human nature to be drawn to that powerful sense of specialness that a narcissist exudes — and makes you feel in …

Ricochet.com

But it doesn’t matter; the only thing that does is that this is an app that feeds into our narcissism. We are the creators of the selfie stick and Instagram and Snapchat filters and have not only perfected taking photos of ourselves but have developed ways to enhance them as well. Did you really need that …

Tampabay.com

A century-and-a-half later, Eno’s story of Peter Gnit resonates with anyone annoyed by the narcissism of today’s selfie generation. Gnit opens with the goofy protagonist’s mom (another brilliant turn by Lynne Locher) offering some humorous, if contradictory, advice that all mothers can relate to: “Never …

17 days ago

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PsychCentral.com (blog)

My argument in this article is that our narcissists defined us as a person wrongly and pressed us into a lifestyle that was inauthentic to us. They scoffed at our dreams and mocked/appropriated our creativity. They made us believe that, although we didn’t like things as they were, there was nothing we …

Bustle

“Machiavellianism is characterized by the use of manipulative tactics in interpersonal behavior, emotional coldness and moral pragmatism; narcissism is characterized by grandiosity, sense of entitlement and superficial charm; and, finally, psychopathy implies callousness, disregard for others, impulsivity …

18 days ago

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stupidDOPE.com (blog)

The new “public space project” centers around narcissism and will turn a shopping center into an interactive art exhibit. Speaking about the project, Minter stated: “Narcissism is right now a national conversation.” She added “I like that moment when you see something you don’t expect. It’s sort of thrilling …

Guardian (blog)

How many times has somebody so calm, vulnerable and in need of sympathy come to you and you went all out to help the person only to find out that you have been manipulated? Once? Twice? Many times? Well, that is what a covert narcissist can do. While you will notice the “overt” narcissist who will …

T2 Online

There’s an app which can put your narcissism to good use — and instill some old school culture in you, too. The Google Arts and Culture app lets you check which artwork you look like, and it’s honestly blowing our minds. The app, which was released in 2016, just added a new feature that lets you find …

Open Democracy

In the Guardian, Jonathan Freedland writes that Wolff’s revelations “prove—yet again—what a vile, narcissisticand dangerous man we have in the Oval Office.” And in the New Yorker, Masha Gessen, warns that Trump’s White House is “waging a daily assault on the public’s sense of sanity, decency, and …

hitched

If this sounds familiar, you may have found yourself in the grips of a narcissistic relationship and you wouldn’t be the first. In a study carried out for the book “The Narcissism Epidemic,” research psychologists found 1 in 16 Americans have experienced a narcissistic personality in their lives; the disorder …

Breitbart News

Actor Jim Carrey warned that President Donald Trump’s insistence on ‘alienating the world’ will eventually thrust America into unimaginable agony. “I woke up this morning in Hawaii with ten minutes to live,” Carrey wrote on Twitter Saturday, apparently referencing a Emergency Alert System (EAS) …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

Narcissistic abuse of children is abuse of children by a narcissistic parent or parents. The abuse usually takes the form of emotional abuse but may include physical abuse. Anyone who’s been raised by a narcissist will recognize their narcissistic parent in this overview of their behavior, to varying …

19 days ago

NEWS

The Australian

Adult-babies are selfish, childish, wilful and narcissistic. You can fall asleep while they are talking at you and they don’t notice, let alone want your point of view. They are great fun and seductive, which is why we stay, but someone else in their sandpit is always to blame. Their motto: “Why don’t you watch …

Business Insider

If you are in a relationship with a narcissist, you will have been through a roller-coaster of ups and downs. At the beginning, everything would have been wonderful. You might have even thought you’d found your soul mate. But after a while, things started to go sour. This is because after a few weeks, …

EW.com

NARCISSISM. RAGE. EGO. IMMATURITY and your UNSTABLE IDIOCY. Shame on your hate filled self. YOU DID THIS!” According to the Associated Press, Trump was in Florida when he was briefed on the situation. Palm Beach Post reporter George Bennett shared photos and video from Trump …

‘YOU DID THIS’: Actress Jamie Lee Curtis blames Trump’s ‘unstable idiocy’ for Hawaii missile scare – Raw Story

Hawaii emergency alert error causes panic, outrage – Fox News

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The Hill (blog)

HUBRIS. NARCISSISM. RAGE. EGO. IMMATURITY and your UNSTABLE IDIOCY. Shame on your hate filled self. YOU DID THIS!” the actress tweeted. This Hawaii missle scare is on YOU Mr. Trump. The real FEAR that mothers & fathers & children felt is on YOU. It is on YOUR ARROGANCE. HUBRIS.

20 days ago

NEWS

Hot Air

Compounding the problem, people were using psychology to highlight a politician’s negative traits—such as, in Nixon’s case, his lying, his narcissism, paranoia, his rage—but rarely what one analyst called the president’s “many ego strengths and adaptations” that might explain how he had risen as high …

PsychCentral.com (blog)

“But I made it better,” said narcissist Sheldon Cooper to Leonard on The Big Bang Theory, referring to the smartphone app they were developing together. “I don’t want it better,” Leonard sneered. “I want it my way.” And he was right! That episode of TBBT brought all the memories back. The helpful …

MilTech

The new Government and Public Sector has been published today. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of Government and Public Sector Industries. The Handbook of Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder is the definitive resource for empirically sound information on narcissism for …

Madison.com

Not only do they lie to others, but most especially they lie to themselves, taking narcissism (self-love) to its ugliest extreme. They are unable to see the world through the eyes of others. Evil people can appreciate only their own cravings, ambitions and yearnings. Evil people, in their narcissism, often …

Raw Story

Research from my PrejudiceLab at Goldsmiths, University of London shows that people who score high on the collective narcissism scale are particularly sensitive to even the smallest offences to their group’s image. As opposed to individuals with narcissistic personality, who maintain inflated views of …

Finney: Relax. Posting selfies to Instagram doesn’t make you a narcissist.

DesMoinesRegister.com

I limped to the end of 2017. I faced personal strife and mental health struggles that challenged me to ask very difficult questions about myself. I’ve made no secret to regular readers of these paragraphs that I struggle with self-esteem. The truth: I don’t like myself very much and usually feel like I can’t get …

 

Learn more about narcissisme

Narcs and Wreckreation The Unedited Version

Children of the Self-absorbed A Grown-up’s Guide to Getting over Narcissistic Parents

Your Brain on Love, Sex and the Narcissist: The Biochemical Bonds That Keep Us Addicted to Our Abusers 

Look Me in the Eye: Caryl’s Story About Overcoming Childhood Abuse, Abandonment Issues, Love Addiction, Spouses with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and Domestic Violence

Addiction to Love: Overcoming Obsession and Dependency in Relationships Kindle Edition

Schema Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide

Red Flag: 50 Warning Signs of Narcissistic Seduction Paperback

Psychopathy: Antisocial, Criminal, and Violent Behavior

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2 Feedbacks on “Narcissism in the news and media.”

  1. Ik erger me nogal behoorlijk aan de nieuwe rage. Alsof je elke idioot kwijt kan onder de stoornis narcisme. Ik denk dat de mensen die echt met een narcist van de zuiverste soort te maken hebben zich door deze nieuwe rage nog meer onbegrepen voelen. De echte narcisten zullen lekker gedijen in deze nieuwe rage. Zij zijn zeer hip en voorzagen jaren geleden al dat zij het voortouw namen in deze normale gang van ontwikkeling in de maatschappij.

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