ten-and-donna:

masukunda:

devourthegalaxy:

sayingnotostatusquo:

alwayscastle17:

dauntless-nerdfighter:

THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL

Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people

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And last but not least…

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OH. MY. GOD.

IT GOT BETTER

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rift-master:

the-eagle-atarian:

polygenderprincess:

friendly reminder that!! self diagnosis is just as good as a professional diagnosis and saying that it isnt is classist and ableist uwu

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I have cancer. Your post gave me cancer. That is my self diagnosis and will be sending you the million dollar medical bills shortly.

future-psychiatrist:

Narcissistic Personality Disorder is often seen as a person just being confident or having high self-esteem but in actuality it goes as far as the sufferer valuing themselves above everyone else. Yet at the same time if someone with this disorder is criticized or called out they’re self-esteem shatters and they react dramatically.
Those with Narcissistic Personality Disorder often want the best of everything (best car, best athletic club, best social circle, ect.) to feed the delusion that they deserve the pedestal they put themselves on. It is because those with this disorder have quite a fragile self-esteem and put on a sort of “I’m the best person ever” facade to gain the admiration they so need form others. However, the sufferer’s zealous boasting and apparent arrogance actually impedes most of their relationships. 
Symptoms: 
Believing you are better than others 
Takes advantage of others for their benefit
Exaggerates achievements and talents/importance
Has obsessive self-interest 
Lacking empathy or disregarding the feelings of others
Is preoccupied with fantasies of success  power, beauty, intelligence  or ideal love
Requires constant attention and positive reinforcement
Reacts to criticism with rage, shame. or humiliation 
Perseus mainly selfish goals
Fragile self-esteem 
Articles on Narcissistic Personality Disorder:
Wikipedia 
U.S. National Library of Medicine 
Mayo Clinic 
Psychology Today

future-psychiatrist:

Narcissistic Personality Disorder is often seen as a person just being confident or having high self-esteem but in actuality it goes as far as the sufferer valuing themselves above everyone else. Yet at the same time if someone with this disorder is criticized or called out they’re self-esteem shatters and they react dramatically.

Those with Narcissistic Personality Disorder often want the best of everything (best car, best athletic club, best social circle, ect.) to feed the delusion that they deserve the pedestal they put themselves on. It is because those with this disorder have quite a fragile self-esteem and put on a sort of “I’m the best person ever” facade to gain the admiration they so need form others. However, the sufferer’s zealous boasting and apparent arrogance actually impedes most of their relationships. 

Symptoms: 

  • Believing you are better than others 
  • Takes advantage of others for their benefit
  • Exaggerates achievements and talents/importance
  • Has obsessive self-interest 
  • Lacking empathy or disregarding the feelings of others
  • Is preoccupied with fantasies of success  power, beauty, intelligence  or ideal love
  • Requires constant attention and positive reinforcement
  • Reacts to criticism with rage, shame. or humiliation 
  • Perseus mainly selfish goals
  • Fragile self-esteem 

Articles on Narcissistic Personality Disorder: