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Re: Depressive Grandiosity and Narcissism Mark H.

Posted by Dinah on June 15, 2002, at 11:22:34

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

Hi Mark,

I am certainly guilty of that kind of thinking at times and I know the best answer is to learn to challenge our own distorted beliefs. But short of that, I think the woman did very well in requesting a reality check. And if her companion calmly, compassionately, and nonjudgementally provided one, what more could he have done?

And as was pointed out, childhood experiences (and adult experiences too) can give someone a reason to believe certain things that don't appear logical to someone without those experiences.




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