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    I can pronounce the first one easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    i have personally never had any problems being a narcissist, which leads me to question why exactly narcissism is a bad thing?
    Alcoholics say the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Alcoholics say the same thing.
    let me rephrase then: other people don't have a problem with me being a narcissist.
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    Self esteem is believing in yourself. Narcissism is believing in your reflection. One is a clear realistic reference that leads to confidence and sensible decisions; the other is a non-realistic grandiose confidence that has no reference to reality and leads to arrogant decisions which serve nothing but sustaining that image. Self esteem can exist without a person to mirror. Narcissism needs another party to verify one´s existence (in a false way, realistic affirmation and feedback is normal to need).
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    Self-entitlement is the difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    let me rephrase then: other people don't have a problem with me being a narcissist.
    I think you and Charles Manson would get along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I think you and Charles Manson would get along.
    i take that as a compliment
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    I knew you would.

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    Self esteem is knowing that you have value. Narcisism is beleiving that you are the only entity with value.

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    unhealthy narcissism is when you love yourself because you think others don't or wouldn't. That's love where there's only You and you've rejected Others. so narcissistic love is "screw you, World, you brought me nothing but disappointment so I'll love myself for both of us"
    Healthy self-love is when you accept both poles as equaly worthy, You and Others, so you don't love yourself because you're better than others, you just love yourself, it's more self acceptance than self-love. You just are.

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