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    other’s emotions, setting unrealistic goals and easily being hurt or rejected. The combination creates an easily angered aggressive, person who only cares about themselves. Saber is an Narcissistic, which he picked up from his mother. You can see his Narcissism in three main symptoms expecting others to go along with your ideas and plans, failing to recognize other people’s emotions and feelings, and setting unrealistic goals. His mother wanted to give him the “good life” so she gave him an…

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    everyone respect him. Iago wanted even more than that. He wanted to look as a strong leader, and have everything he could possibly own. In the final analysis, Iago is more narcissistic which is more evil, according to the definition. Furthermore, narcissism can lead to being deceitful and use others without having any remorse. Along with Iago’s selfish behaviour, he was also very manipulative to get what he desired. Near the beginning of the book, Iago finds out that Roderigo is deeply in love…

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    why we are scared of them (566). The Millennial Generation is also known as the Me Generation, who formed the Me Me Me self-interested attitude. Millennial’s parents try to enhance their children’s self-esteem, but instead, they seem to encourage narcissism in its place. With cell phones available to the majority of millennial children’s, they can socialize with others all day if they want. This creates a major problem not only at their educational facility, workplace, and home. Some have become…

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    Ryan’s discussion on the effects of narcissism within an organization is exceptionally insightful. In the beginning he notes how a narcissist behavior is not only counterproductive personally, but as well for the organization. Narcissists “expect to be recognized superior without commensurate achievements” (Bressert, 2016). It is interesting that even though the narcissist has not adequately performed their duty, they still expect recognition, and believe they are worthy of it. I experienced…

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    What does that tell us about our society that Narcissism is so widespread that it almost cannot be considered abnormal anymore? No one is under any obligation to be comfortable with these changes occurring in our…

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    sensibility; it is the apathy of the narcissistic personality” (Simard). Maria never opens up to others and does not offer them anything. In turn, she receives nothing which further contributes to her emptiness as a person. Furthermore, Maria’s narcissism contributes to her career downfall as well. It turns out that narcissistic individuals produce superficial work and it reveals their lack of depth and emptiness these individuals experience (Simard). Moreover, Maria often disassociates herself…

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    In the poem Hide and Seek, the poet explores the power of the child’s arrogance, as he believes he is clever and therefore powerful. For instance, when he says the people searching for him must ‘think’ he is ‘very clever’, as well as describing them as ‘puzzled’. The word ‘clever’ demonstrates his self-confidence in his intelligence and he thinks he is one step ahead of them, which leads him to believe he has obtained power over them. However, this is thus contradicted later on, as he is then…

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    The most thought provoking text for me this semester was the chapter on Alcibiades from Plutarch’s Lives. From reading about, and discussing, the life of the ancient Greek war-hero, I was provoked to question what people look for in their leader, and what exactly makes a leader “good”. To spare no sentiment, Alcibiades, by today’s standards, appears to be downright crazy. He frequently was involved in physical altercations in which he would intentional injury others, often times without being…

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    To say a person is naturally good or evil from birth is a misnomer. Good and evil are traits that exist within every individual in equal measure. Every person without fail is a combination of various positive and negative aspects. People that behave in a cruel manner that can be construed as evil could be rehabilitated and eventually display good qualities such as empathy and kindness or vice versa. Being good is in my own opinion is the combination of abilities to empathise with others, and…

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    Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a disorder with a major sense of self-importance, a deep need for approval and a lack of understanding for others. But behind this self-importance is an easily broken self-esteem that is defenseless to the slightest disapproval. Narcissistic is defined as having an extreme interest in oneself and one's physical appearance. A narcissistic personality disorder causes problems in many areas of life, such as relationships, work, school or financial affairs.…

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