‘ The thing about narcissists is that they don’t know they are narcissists’.
Writer Wendy Walker takes psychological thrillers to a new level.
How to Look Behind the Narcissist’s Facade.
Not the Onion: Narcissist-in-Chief Reportedly Gets Twice-Daily Fix of Positive Press.
Dan Van Winkle | 4:51 pm, August 8th, 2017
Do you use the internet at work for personal reasons? You might be a ‘cyberloafer’.
By Emily Lowe-Calverley and Rachel Grieve, University of Tasmania.
True do-gooders don’t do good for ‘likes’ on social media.
Over the past few years, I have observed with growing unease an increase in narcissism in our society, particularly “communal narcissism”.
According to Dr Craig Malkin, who wrote the book, Rethinking Narcissism, communal narcissists regard themselves as especially nurturing, understanding and empathetic. They proudly announce how much they give to charity or how little they spend on themselves.
Keen to stay friends with all your exes? You might be a psychopath.
When my ex and I broke up, he declared, “I’ll always be a part of your life and you’ll always be a part of mine.” A statement that now seems as much a threat as a promise. Our relationship spanned my late teens to early twenties and was mentally, emotionally and at times, physically abusive. When we broke up, my ex insisted on remaining in my life as a “friend” – a term I use lightly.
I’m sorry, but I still don’t get the point of selfies.
Difficult People’ season 3 offers hilarious narcissism, now in Trump’s America.
Over-the-top narcissism, devious plots, and unhealthy relationships abound in the latest season of Hulu’s Difficult People—but this time, we’re in Trump’s America. Julie Klausner (Julie Kessler on the show) and Billy Eichner (Billy Epstein), who play two jaded aspiring comedians and best friends, star in the New York-centric comedy where pop culture is king and manners are left at the door.
When You Teach Narcissism and Self-Absorption, You Get Narcissists and Self-Absorbed Students Protesting on Campus.
Monday on radio, Glenn talked with Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University and long-time friend. Glenn came to know Piper after reading his take on a student who felt victimized and voiced his discomfort at the university’s sermon regarding 1 Corinthians 13.
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