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  1. Niyaa Lott says:

    I’m begging somebody plz help me I don’t have money for therapy but I feel horrible I don’t feel human my heart hurts I can’t be happy I’m running my life and others plz I’m begging plzzzzz plzzz help god plz send someone to help

  2. Aïbh says:

    "Self reflection is hard from an unflattering angle"…idk why but i relate to that, i want people around me to love me, and i go to great lengths to do that, this irritates many people, and many do end up liking me, not for me but the me i try to constantly be for them specifically. I will definitely seek therapy once i get out of this home with monsters.

  3. Faisal Adel says:

    If you think you are better looking or smarter that others??!

    Really so you are saying that intelligence differences don't exist!

    A narcissist is someone who always thinks he/she should be treated better while paying little to their treatment to others, usually it's a lack of compassion that makes it obvious.

    But thinking you are better than others in some aspects of life is completely natural, because gou definitely are!!

  4. Singularity 23 says:

    You just said it yourself that if a childs parents puts there children on pedastool it harbors narcissistic behavior, while also saying there is no evidence social media births narcissistic behavior. You have your evidence. It might have not clicked yet.

  5. Cvmfy 快適 says:

    I never really accounted narcissism to be an actual disorder, I was always told it as an insult ; But everything about the Vulnerable Narcissism part matches up with what I've been experiencing for a long time.

  6. Garden Joy says:

    Don't forget what some islamic countries do to their children. Girls are made to believe they are nothing . Boys are indeed put upon a pedestal for just possessing a peace of meat between the legs. We once took in a refugee from Afghanistan. This adolescent showed very weird behavior. He demanded all sorts of immediate tending. When we spoke about this, the organization we worked for said, they had an entire group home full of Afghan adolescents, and they all showed the same behavioral problems! They were refugees, but acted like they owned the place AND the workers. Such cultures are breeding narcissistic traits and it's no wonder such cultures have such HUGE problems. Me, ME, MEEEEE sceaming in your face…

  7. Shaelah Sherman says:

    A BS cover up for illuminated practice of starting BS called triangulation satan's bastards have to keep the world full of false positivism and depressed ppl it's their soul simplified stop sending info about these freaks to my page I don't want to learn their mental illness by studying them

  8. Dimitar says:

    My parents are very shy people and very friendly outside home. They are always friendly and afraid to make mistakes. But at home, BRUH they always neeeed to be clapped at or respected everytime you see them. They force their opinions on me and my brother, they emotionally and phisically abusive us. Just never trust too nice people outside

  9. Garry FitzGerald says:

    Narcissus as Narcosis
    The Greek myth of Narcissus is directly concerned with a fact of
    human experience, as the word Narcissus indicates. It is from the
    Greek word narcosis, or numbness. The youth Narcissus mistook
    his own reflection in the water for another person. This extension of
    himself by mirror numbed his perceptions until he became the
    servomechanism of his own extended or repeated image. The
    nymph Echo tried to win his love with fragments of his own speech,
    but in vain. He was numb. He had adapted to his extension of
    himself and had become a closed system.
    Now the point of this myth is the fact that men at once become
    fascinated by any extension of themselves in any material other than
    themselves. There have been cynics who insisted that men fall
    deepest in love with women who give them back their own image.
    Be that as it may, the wisdom of the Narcissus myth does not
    convey any idea that Narcissus fell in
    love with anything he regarded as himself. Obviously he would have
    had very different feelings about the image had he known it was an
    extension or repetition of himself. It is, perhaps, indicative of the bias
    of our intensely technological and, therefore, narcotic culture that we
    have long interpreted the Narcissus story to mean that he fell in love
    with himself, that he imagined the reflection to be Narcissus!
    Physiologically there are abundant reasons for an extension of
    ourselves involving us in a state of numbness. Medical researchers
    like Hans Selye and Adolphe Jonas hold that all extensions of
    ourselves, in sickness or in health, are attempts to maintain
    equilibrium. Any extension of ourselves they regard as
    "autoamputation," and they find that the autoamputative power or
    strategy is resorted to by the body when the perceptual power
    cannot locate or avoid the cause of irritation. Our language has
    many expressions that indicate this self-amputation that is imposed
    by various pressures. We speak of "wanting to jump out of my skin"
    or of "going out of my mind," being "driven batty" or "flipping my lid."
    And we often create artificial situations that rival the irritations and
    stresses of real life under controlled conditions of sport and play.

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