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Where Did The Word "Narcissist" Come From?
In conversation, we tend to use this word casually to mean "a person who is overly self-involved, and often vain, and selfish," but "narcissist" actually has a pretty sordid history.
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It’s about Anna, the eldest child, only daughter and family narcissist.
All told, the subject reads as a textbook narcissist—which is only a problem because the beauty and significance of his designs remain largely unexplored.
If there’s one idea that pervades Tina Fey’s humor, it’s that the fishbowl of society distorts us all into cartoons of ourselves, making us a nation of selfish, solipsistic narcissists who treat each other as stereotypes.NBC’s Mr. Mayor Is a Fascinating Mix of Ted Danson’s Charm and Tina Fey’s Pith|Judy Berman|January 7, 2021|Time
Unfortunately, because they also exude confidence and have enormous faith in their own vision, narcissists can often talk their way up the chain at an organization and develop a loyal following.
He describes the president in derisive terms — a narcissist who does not understand the military, cares only about his political fortunes and is unqualified to be president, the people said.
Charles Krauthammer has told Fox News that President Obama is a narcissist.Why the Right Thinks Obama’s a Narcissist—and Why They’re Wrong|John McWhorter|September 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or he could be a narcissist, motivated by the glory of seeing his name in print.The Mind of Leaker Edward Snowden: An Armchair Analysis|Christine Pelisek|June 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She turned around and became a mother who was a complete narcissist because she had never had enough attention.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories|Harry Siegel|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Good thing there is no chance of this baby becoming a narcissist.
Abramoff derides Senator John McCain as a “classic narcissist.”