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Agu Nwanyi. 16 Aug 10
: I love re-reading my own tweets. You should too. Might learn something . . . (That might be a new word for some.)
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Agu Nwanyi. 25 Aug 10
: . . . I just re-read hundreds of my own tweets. .
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Agu Nwanyi. 31 Aug 10
: . . . Is it possible to do that? Given that my face already is a masterpiece? .
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Tricksters All Feb 9
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Perfectdomain.com 17 Mar 19
The new domain name healthynarcissism .com has been listed for sale at , buy it before its gone! click here:
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E. Kingreen, MD 11 Dec 18
The Difference Between Narcissism & Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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Armonius J Hattersly 9 Sep 13
Just goes to show even without a suit I am devilishly handsome.
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AlwaysLadies 30 Oct 14
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Vic 31 Jan 11
and how being number one is the best feeling in the world http://bit.ly/hzD9Yo (via )
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John R Dallas Jr 18 Aug 19
of an CAN be advantageous to . Balanced can yield a valid sense of personal security and realistic . A ’s justifiable comfort with oneself should allow room for win-win .
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thelolapickett Sep 19
"The impulse to boost our self-confidence, or , is a powerful motivating force driving us to consistently better ourselves. Your thoughts? "
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Marc 4 May 12
But then again, my studying has never set the bar too high.
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Mike Wazowski 1 Jan 13
followed through on the journal idea & wrote my first official journal entry. i'm more interested in myself already. :)
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Barbara Gold 28 Mar 17
Three self love hobbies that create wonderful symbiosis! 📚📚…
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J. Morris 24 Mar 11
is it wrong to be a camwhore, but only for yourself? http://bit.ly/dIZZ3U
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Techealthiest 1 Aug 16
This month, it's time we learn how to put our narcissism to good use ---> .
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Michael Kinsey, Ph.D. Jul 20
is expressing your OPINIONS. • It's being fine whether people agree or disagree. • It's not feeling diminished if people disapprove. • It's taking your seat at the table. • It's shaking the table if someone tries to silence you.
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Michael Kinsey, Ph.D. Jul 19
is making use of your GIFTS. • What special talents do you have? • How can your gifts can help you achieve your goals? • How can you use your gifts to create the life you desire? • What are some ways you can use your gifts to help others?
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Michael Kinsey, Ph.D. Jul 22
is betting on yourself! • It's knowing you can rely on yourself to get your needs met. • It's knowing you can hold your own. • It's knowing toxic people have no place in your life. • It's adjusting your inner circle accordingly.
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Christine Louis de C Aug 22
We are all narcissistic to some degree, and need to be. Healthy narcissism helps us to believe in ourselves and overcome barriers, even when others put up barriers or try to push us away. Pathological narcissism is another thing.
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