Posts Tagged: narcissism
The other day, a loyal reader asked your auntie to post a list of things we should leave behind in 2018. A few of you emailed me with a list of trends or fads that you want gone in 2019 -- including gossip blogs, which is not very realistic since we all gossip occasionally.
Once upon a time, celebrities kept their distance from their fans. There was a time when the only way to contact a celebrity was through their many fan clubs. Celebrity handlers rarely let stars get too familiar with their fans.
Amber Rose opened up about her tendency to date men with borderline personality disorders. The former stripper -- who is best known for dating Kanye West -- made the revealing confession in an interview with Complex magazine’s Web series “Open Late With Peter Rosenberg".
What is Narcissistic Supply?
Narcissistic Supply is "sustenance drawn by an individual from his or her environment" that is essential to their lack of self-esteem or Ego.
Kim Kardashian tried to break the Internet again by releasing new photos showing her posing boudoir-style wearing nothing but gold glitter. Whether she succeeded depends on who you talk to. The Internet reaction to the photos were mixed from disgust to desire.
A recent polling of 3,700 college students ranked Instagram.com the "most narcissistic" social media app of their generation.
A large majority of students polled (64%) ranked the photo sharing app more narcissistic than Facebook (10%), Snapchat (15%) and Twitter.com (11%) combined.
The following is a repost of my Medical Minute on raising narcissistic children, originally published on April 21, 2013.
The values we instill in our children while they're young will shape the adults he or she will become.
Photos in this post are shown for illustrative purposes only.
Kalyn Chapman James, the 1st black Miss Alabama, was suspended from a Miami TV station after she recorded a video praising cop killer, Micah X. Johnson.
Johnson, a 25-year-old army reservist, shot 12 Dallas police officers, killing 5, during a peaceful protest on July 7.
Retired boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently spent $3 million on a new Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
According to an article on the Business Standard website, people with extremely high levels of narcissism routinely spend money on uniquely customized products.