Kim Kardashian

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.

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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.

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Beyonce and Blue Ivy Carter

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.

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Kalyn Chapman James

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.

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If you have an active social life offline, chances are you’ve crossed paths with quite a few narcissists. Most narcissists are the type of people you want to count among your friends. Narcissists are usually very attractive, social climbers (think CEO’s, celebrities, presidents); they are charming to a fault, well-dressed and intelligent.

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Vester Flanagan

The man who executed 2 Virginia journalists on live TV was a mentally unbalanced narcissist who decorated his refrigerator with pictures of himself.

Vester Lee Flanagan, 41, shot and killed former co-workers, WDBJ-TV reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27 in cold blood during a live TV news broadcast early Wednesday morning.

He later turned the gun on himself following a brief police chase on I-66.

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Brian Williams

The death knell has sounded for narcissist Brian Williams, the former NBC anchor whose grandiose lies may cost him his anchor job.

Sources tell the NY Post’s Page Six that NBC’s rather lengthy investigation into Williams’ lies about his experience during the Iraq war is nearing completion.

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