Tag Archives: psychology

Is “Image” Really Everything?

Note: In an age when most of mainstream international media is united in prosecuting an “image war” against an unconventional but accomplished US president — using unnamed sources, innuendo, and all the weapons of propaganda — we must remember the … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton Feels Entitled to Be President; Why?

Guest Article: What Distinguishes “The Entitled Personality” from Normal People? Entitlement is a personality trait driven by exaggerated feelings of deservingness and superiority. According to new research by Case Western Reserve University, entitlement may lead to chronic disappointment, unmet expectations … Continue reading

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Why Many People Seem so Angry and Miserable

Unhappy Habits of Many People Seeing Themselves as Victims: Unhappy persons see their lives as out of their own control. Being helpless victims absolves them from all responsibility for their lives. Chronic Pessimism: A pessimistic outlook usually becomes self-fulfilling. It … Continue reading

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