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- n. Alternative form of narcissism.
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- n. an exceptional interest in and admiration for yourself
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PSD that my dad suffered from because of the war starting causing other illnesses such as narcism.
Still your narcism and self delusion will be in full flow and anyone who happens to chance upon it will see you for what you are.
So there's another reason why Sarkozy is more pro American than Chirac, because in his own family, actually he has both experience of communism and narcism.
I used the phrase 'pitiless narcism' once, but they would have seen it as altruism.
Indeed, the narcism of the mainstream media canâ€™t stand the attention taken away, by, of all things, the common man.
Most Twitter posts are, in some shape or form, an attempt to disguise outright narcism using wit.
What initially sparks off your interest is later reduced to a groan-inducing exercise in cheesy narcism and humour -- 'Tum ho to ball ke liye free passes milenge' or 'Yo brother, genie years main abhi teenager hoon'.
Indeed, the narcism of the mainstream media can’t stand the attention taken away, by, of all things, the common man.
Being first child, I know that the little-kid narcism acts up when you realize that you have more competition for parent’s and friends’ attention.
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