Why are people who ALWAYS put themselves.......FIRST viewed as threatening to those who don't put
themselves first? Why is putting oneself always first viewed as a negative thing instead of a sign of healthy self-love, self-respect, & the ability to establish one's boundaries? Why are people who ALWAYS put themselves first the happiest & MOST mentally healthy, successful, & even the MOST respected by others?
I once read that there is no such thing as a heightened self-esteem - it can either be low or normal. So active and confident people are just normal ones and others who hate/envy/gossip/condemn them only feel that way because they are not confident enough and would like to have that quality but just can't.
Your article makes a strong argument for Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
by Maria Janta-Cooper2 years ago
Bullying. Why would someone who is self-confident bully others?I think it doesn’t make any sense. Does it mean that bullies have a poor self-esteem? They feel that, when they bully their victim they would gain a...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
What the difference between having a high level of self-confidence and being conceited?
by Grace Marguerite Williams22 months ago
What MAKES highly successful, confident, & POWERFUL women threatening to the archetypal societaldynamic? Why are highly successful, confident, & POWERFUL women oftentimes characterized by the words...
by Stephanie7 years ago
Why is it, if your house is clean and organised, you are viewed as being a 'good' parent?Is it society, or are WE ourselves our own worse critics?
by Elena22 months ago
Why are women with deep voices very assertive and confident?Could it be something in the genes relating to their voice or do they naturally feel confident because they have that deep tone.
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