Every time someone posts about taking a Facebook break, I wonder why. Why do they think Facebook is the problem? Why can’t they just use some will power to keep from getting on and getting sucked into hours of newsfeeds and nasty comments from mean people who would never say such things to your face. I was judgemental, something that is rare for me.
Too many of us look at failure as a bad thing. There are lessons in the mistakes we make and the wrong paths we take. The key is to learn how to see the positive in situations that seem to be negative at the time.
Ever known someone who could turn every conversation with them into an argument? I’ve known a few. They seem to miss the ability to have an intense discussion without turning it into a blame game with swearing, name-calling, and yelling.
I read an article online that said one of the traits of narcissists is ghosting. I found this curious, as someone who has ghosted people (most often, narcissists) out of anxiety and a fear of confrontation. I think we’re getting some mixed signals when it comes to people’s actions and why they take them.
In the broad spectrum of things, narcissism is a personality disorder. Breaking this illness down into something smaller and easier to understand isn’t always straightforward.