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Sigmund Freud argued that romantic love is a fundamentally narcissistic pursuit.
We find them ridiculous, self-righteous, sometimes even perverse or narcissistic moralists for whom, MacFarquhar writes, “It is always wartime.”
Such studies have also found that those who identify as dog people tend to be more dominant in social interactions and more narcissistic and those who identify as cat people were, at least in one study, more likely to be female.
His true, narcissistic, face is exposed and it is hideous to behold.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
"Blent's a lady of leisure and somewhat excessively narcissistic tendencies," he explained.
LEGACYJAMES H SCHMITZ
He is fixed in the Narcissistic stage of his life, and is unadapted to the world of social relations.
OUTWITTING OUR NERVESJOSEPHINE A. JACKSON AND HELEN M. SALISBURY
The second is the narcissistic which seeks its own ego and finds it in the other.
Behind them, Francis returned to his Narcissistic study of himself in stone.
THE SERVANT PROBLEMROBERT F. YOUNG

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