Category Archives: cognitive obsession

My “friendship” with a famous narcissist is over.

Some of you may have noticed I’m posting less these days. Not long ago I was averaging 3-5 new posts a day; now it’s about 1-2. To most of you, that’s probably still considered a lot of posts, but for … Continue reading

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Infatuation and transference

I was just reading about infatuation on Wikipedia (everyone should know why by now) and found this: In transference In psychoanalysis, a sign that the method is taking hold is ‘the initial infatuation to be observed at the beginning of … Continue reading

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