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October 09, 2011, 04:10:47 PM
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I love myself unconditionally; faults and all. This is not narcissism. It's called a healthy self-esteem.

A true narcissist brings down others to build his self-worth. That is not who I am.

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October 09, 2011, 05:28:55 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissism

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Today, in psychology, narcissistic personality disorder is a mental illness characterized by a lack of empathy, a willingness to exploit others, and an inflated sense of self-importance. In popular discourse, "narcissism" is a widely-used term for a range of selfish behaviors. Cultural critics including Christopher Lasch have applied the term "narcissism" more generally to contemporary American culture. Some experts believe a disproportionate number of pathological narcissists are at work in the most influential reaches of society, such as medicine, finance, and politics.

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October 09, 2011, 05:53:06 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissism

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Today, in psychology, narcissistic personality disorder is a mental illness characterized by a lack of empathy, a willingness to exploit others, and an inflated sense of self-importance. In popular discourse, "narcissism" is a widely-used term for a range of selfish behaviors. Cultural critics including Christopher Lasch have applied the term "narcissism" more generally to contemporary American culture. Some experts believe a disproportionate number of pathological narcissists are at work in the most influential reaches of society, such as medicine, finance, and politics.

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Yes, I have empathy, I do not exploit nor do I find myself entitled to reverence.

Thank you.
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October 09, 2011, 06:53:58 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissism

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Today, in psychology, narcissistic personality disorder is a mental illness characterized by a lack of empathy, a willingness to exploit others, and an inflated sense of self-importance. In popular discourse, "narcissism" is a widely-used term for a range of selfish behaviors. Cultural critics including Christopher Lasch have applied the term "narcissism" more generally to contemporary American culture. Some experts believe a disproportionate number of pathological narcissists are at work in the most influential reaches of society, such as medicine, finance, and politics.

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