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Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Richard Grannon
#1. The narc has been living in denial of their humanity and normal vulnerable feelings for so long there is an entire life time of unexpressed, repressed emotions rotting in the depths of their psyche. This is why they cannot stand to be alone. In that stillness they start to notice the stink coming up from the basement. #Quote by Richard Grannon
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Tracy Malone
#2. When confronted by a narcissist's lies - do not engage simply say 'that is one way to look at it' and walk away. #Quote by Tracy Malone
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by George F. Will
#3. The most capricious modern entitlement is not just Social Security but to self-esteem. #Quote by George F. Will
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Kirtida Gautam
#4. One can perceive me only with his limited vision. A droplet can't perceive the extent of the ocean.

~ Aarush Kashyap #Quote by Kirtida Gautam
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Lawrence Durrell
#5. Love is horribly stable, and each of us is only allotted a certain portion of it, a ration. It is capable of appearing in an infinity of forms and attaching itself to an infinity of people. But it is limited in quantity, can be used up, become shopworn and faded before it reaches its true object. For its destination lies somewhere in the deepest regions of the psyche where it will come to recognize itself as self-love, the ground upon which we build the sort of health of the psyche. I do not mean egoism or narcissism. #Quote by Lawrence Durrell
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Eddie Izzard
#6. Because that's what narcissism is all about; looking in the mirror everyday and thinking 'Damn, I'd like to shag myself.' #Quote by Eddie Izzard
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Sam Vaknin
#7. The narcissist devours people, consumes their output, and casts the empty, writhing shells aside. #Quote by Sam Vaknin
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Caris Roane
#8. The last thing he heard was Medichi's voice crying out, It must be the goddamn breh-hedden. Again. Holy shit! It's a fucking epidemic! #Quote by Caris Roane
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Aletheia Luna
#9. One of the easiest ways to discover if someone is compatible with you is to gauge their emotional intelligence. Are they a kind and sensitive person? Will they be respectful towards your sensitivities? Or, are they emotionally stunted? Remember, we tend to attract narcissistic types who lack empathy. #Quote by Aletheia Luna
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#10. Walter had never liked cats. They'd seemed to him the sociopaths of the pet world, a species domesticated as an evil necessary for the control of rodents and subsequently fetishized the way unhappy countries fetishize their militaries, saluting the uniforms of killers as cat owners stroke their animals' lovely fur and forgive their claws and fangs. He'd never seen anything in a cat's face but simpering incuriosity and self-interest; you only had to tease one with a mouse-toy to see where it's true heart lay ... cats were all about using people #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#11. Since our technology is really just an extension of ourselves, we don't have to have contempt for its manipulability in the way we might with actual people. It's all one big endless loop. We like the mirror and the mirror likes us. To friend a person is merely to include the person in our private hall of flattering mirrors. #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Roger Kimball
#12. In a remarkable book called Rites of Spring: The Great War and the Birth of the Modern Age, the historian Modris Eksteins anatomizes the metabolism of the sentimentality that underwrites Keynes's embrace of guilt as an instrument of policy. Eksteins shows how sentimentality and a species of extravagant mythmaking mark the points of contact between avant-garde culture and burgeoning totalitarianism. This was especially true in Germany, the country that had advanced the radical program of the avant-garde most enthusiastically. England, by contrast, was a conservative power. Where Germany started the war to transform the world, England fought the war to preserve a world and the culture that defined it.
A key difference lies in the aestheticization of life: treating life, that is to say, as if it were a work of art devoid of human reality. On the continent, as the historian Carl Schorske put it in his classic study offin-de-siècle Vienna, "the usual moralistic culture of the European bourgeoisie was . . . both overlaid and undermined by an amoral Gef ühlskultur [sentimental culture]." This revolution in sensibility amounted to a crisis of morality - what the novelist Hermann Broch called a "value vacuum" - that quickly precipitated a crisis in liberal cultural and political life. "Narcissism and a hypertrophy of the life of feeling were the consequence," Schorske wrote. #Quote by Roger Kimball
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Tracy Malone
#13. Everything life gives me I can handle with confidence, grace and ease. I have the courage to accept myself, fully and completely. #Quote by Tracy Malone
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Tracy Malone
#14. Behind closed doors Narcissists are different people. #Quote by Tracy Malone
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Craig D. Lounsbrough
#15. If it has anything to do with me, it has nothing to do with sacrifice. #Quote by Craig D. Lounsbrough
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Sherman Alexie
#16. If you can catch crazy, I'm a walking epidemic. #Quote by Sherman Alexie
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Jeb Bush
#17. We now have a national security consideration, public health issues, we have an epidemic of heroine overdoses in all places in this country because of the ease of bringing heroine in. We have to secure the border. #Quote by Jeb Bush
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Luke Timothy Johnson
#18. It is a form of generational narcissism to change texts to suit one's own needs. #Quote by Luke Timothy Johnson
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Helen Argiro
#19. In the suburbs lust thrives and flourishes like an epidemic of lawn grubs during a heat wave. #Quote by Helen Argiro
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Debra Crown
#20. The high road is littered with pot shots. #Quote by Debra Crown
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Brene Brown
#21. I see the cultural messaging everywhere that says an ordinary life is a meaningless life ... I know the yearning to believe that what I'm doing matters and how easy it is to confuse that with the drive to be extraordinary. I know how seductive it is to use the celebrity culture yardstick to measure the smallness of our lives. And I also understand how grandiosity, entitlement, and admiration-seeking feel like just the right balm to soothe the ache of being too ordinary and inadequate. #Quote by Brene Brown
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Josh Ross
#22. Faith can be stirred within the walls of church buildings, but faith is formed and nourished in the waiting rooms of hospitals, helplessly witnessing a thirty-one-year-old sister suffer, holding kids affected by the AIDS epidemic, and being stretched outside of our own social makeup. #Quote by Josh Ross
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Sam Vaknin
#23. Often the narcissist believes that other people are "faking it", leveraging emotional displays to achieve a goal. He is convinced that their ostensible "feelings" are grounded in ulterior, non-emotional motives. Faced with other people's genuine emotions, the narcissist becomes suspicious and embarrassed. He feels compelled to avoid emotion-tinged situations, or worse, experiences surges of almost uncontrollable aggression in the presence of expressed sentiments. They remind him how imperfect he is and how poorly equipped. #Quote by Sam Vaknin
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Michael Ignatieff
#24. By extrapolating a little from Freud, it becomes possible to think of nationalism as a kind of narcissism. A nationalist takes the neutral facts about a people - their language, habitat, culture, tradition and history- and turns these facts into a narrative, whose purpose is to illuminate the self-consciousness of a group, to enable them to think of themselves as a nation with a claim to self-determination. A nationalist, in other words, takes "minor differences"- indifferent in themselves- and transforms them into major differences. For this purpose, traditions are invented, a glorious past is gilded and refurbished for public consumption, and a people who might not have thought of themselves as a people at all suddenly begin to dream of themselves as a nation. #Quote by Michael Ignatieff
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Brendon Urie
#25. I'm too precious to spend time on something that I'm not enjoying. #Quote by Brendon Urie
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Michael S. Horton
#26. So it is not simply by understanding doctrine that we uproot narcissism and materialism. It is by actually taking our place in a local expression of that concrete economy of grace instituted by God in Christ and sustained by his Word and Spirit. #Quote by Michael S. Horton
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Robert Atkins
#27. How much obesity has to be created in a single decade for people to realize that diet has to be responsible for it? #Quote by Robert Atkins
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Rebecca Makkai
#28. [...] Everyone that spring just wandered. You'd find a friend in a cafe, and even if you'd hardly known them you'd run and kiss them, and you'd exchange news about who was dead. I don't know how you could compare it to anything else. I don't know how you could."

Yale had missed a step. "Compare what?"

"Well, you! Your friends! I don't know how it's like anything other than war! #Quote by Rebecca Makkai
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Gary Taubes
#29. The point to keep in mind is that you don't lose fat because you cut calories; you lose fat because you cut out the foods that make you fat-the carbohydrates. #Quote by Gary Taubes
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Mahmoud Darwish
#30. Longing is the call of ney to ney to restore the direction broken by the horses' hooves in a military campaign. It is an intermittent ailment, neither contagious nor lethal, even when it takes the form of an epidemic. It is an invitation to stay up late with the lonesome and an excuse not to be on equal footing with train passengers who know their own addresses well. It is the transparent fabric of that beautiful nothingness, gathered to roast the coffee of wakefulness for the dreams of strangers. #Quote by Mahmoud Darwish
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Larkin Grimm
#31. I'm totally a narcissist, so I was doing all this performance and having lots of weird ego time, and learning to set aside my love for the ego and find a deeper love for myself and through that seeing myself as one with all beings. And through loving myself, loving all people in the world, that was my cure for narcissism, the only cure. #Quote by Larkin Grimm
Narcissism Epidemic quotes by Joshua Ferris
#32. I had never thought much of genealogy. A lot of wasted time collecting the names of the dead. Then stringing those names, like skulls upon a wire, into an entirely private and thus irrelevant narrative, lacking any historical significance. The narcissistic pastime of nostalgic bores. #Quote by Joshua Ferris

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