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“If I made the “right choice” there is a pleasure response that reinforces it (i.e. pride/self-approval, social approval, good tasting).”
“Your success, as measured by the state of your self-approval, is far less than it should be.”
“You can get him to practise, not only without shame but with a positive glow of self-approval, conduct which, if undefended by the magic word, would be universally derided.”
“And because you use this crap to denigrate my understanding of the Constitution and, by implication, discredit my patriotism, your words demonstrate far better than any insult I might formulate to describe it, not only your perverse understanding of what truth means, but the danger to this republic of letting it fester in the filth of it's degenerate self-approval.”
“Savitri Era: Innocent indiscretions and self-approval skip to main”
“Looking at the savants involved, and the financial incentive Valerie Jarrett, among others, had to make the deal, I think they were clueless, blinded by the potential financial windfall and their own self-approval ratings.”
“Sometimes oozing your self-approval all over others is not a good way to get what youwant.”
“He has finally glided into the land of the real, where the key measurable outcome is no longer whether an audience is glowing with self-approval when he leaves the room.”
“If my ego's insufferable, I regret that, but if you are going to make strong statements in public, and I do, it's useful to have some self-approval.”
“Of course we all want acceptance and approval, but positions of power in the workplace come to individuals who are able to arrive at their own state of self-acceptance, self-approval and self-validation.”
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