Narcissism

psychology

Echoists Are Basically the Opposite of Narcissists

Compliments and special attention tend to make them cringe.
Julie Stewart
12.4.18
psychology

Here’s Why Narcissists Tend to Come on Too Strong Early in Relationships

It’s known as ‘lovebombing’—and here’s how to tell if you’re experiencing it.
EJ Dickson
11.26.18
psychology

Narcissistic Traits Might Differ Depending on How You Vote

A recent study looks at personality traits like exhibitionism and entitlement in Republicans and Democrats.
Jesse Hicks
11.15.18
psychology

Acting Like a Psychopath Can Help You at Work, if You're a Man

Men and women are perceived differently when they display traits like aggression and dominance in the office.
Jesse Hicks
10.17.18
Narcissism

There are 'Vulnerable Narcissists' Among Us

They tend to be passive aggressive, resentful, and emotionally reactive.
Jessica Dore
9.4.18
mental health

You Can Train Your Brain to Be Just Confident Enough

Too much can bite you in the ass, psychologists say.
Mariana Plata
3.12.18
Tonic Talks

Rudeness Is Becoming an Epidemic

It's like poison for the brain.
Rajul Punjabi
2.2.18
mental health

Entitled People Don't Like to Follow Instructions

They see rules as an unfair imposition.
Jesse Hicks
1.2.18
mental health

Narcissists Are Sick, Stressed, and Insecure

They put up a self-satisfied front that shatters every time something goes wrong.
Caroline Beaton
9.19.17
mental health

The Way We're Taught to Think Is Inherently Narcissistic

There are 5 components to it.
Mike Zimmerman
8.18.17
We Asked

What Therapists Think About Their Worst Patients

"He was hitting many stereotypes of the racist cop."
Juli Fraga
7.7.17
Power Play

How to Manipulate a Power Tripper

Start with his deepest need.
Jay Heinrichs
6.1.17
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