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Re: Depressive Grandiosity and Narcissism Mark H.

Posted by Phil on June 15, 2002, at 7:27:08

In reply to Depressive Grandiosity and Narcissism, posted by Mark H. on June 14, 2002, at 20:32:28

I thought I had posted something on this subject but can't find it.
When I saw my supervisor in a bad mood one day, I mentioned to a co-worker that I thought it was about me. She said her husband said the same thing at his job and a friend said,"Don't flatter yourself." That helped me.
Another phrase I like,"Your opinion of me is none of my business."
I still have the problem though. Definately, a childhood shame based reflex. What to do, what to do?




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