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  • 00:41

    Rethinking Narcissism The Bad-and Surprising Good-About Feeling Special

    in Self Help


    Friday, Oct. 16 @ 1pm (CST) I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Craig Malkin, Harvard Medical School psychologist and Huffington Post blogger as he addresses the "narcissism epidemic," by illuminating the spectrum of narcissism, identifying ways to control the trait, and explaining how too little of it may be a bad thing.

    "What is narcissism?" The word "narcissist" seems to mean something different every time it's uttered. People hurl the word as insult at anyone who offends them. It's become so ubiquitous, in fact, that it's lost any clear meaning. The only certainty these days is that it's bad to be a narcissist—really bad—inspiring the same kind of roiling queasiness we feel when we hear the words sexist or racist. That's especially troubling news for millennials, the people born after 1980, who've been branded the "most narcissistic generation ever."

    In Rethinking Narcissism readers will learn that there's far more to narcissism than meets the eye.. The truth is that we all fall on a spectrum somewhere between utter selflessness on the one side, and arrogance and grandiosity on the other. Malkin deconstructs healthy from unhealthy narcissism and offers clear, step-by-step guidance on how to promote healthy narcissism in our partners, our children, and ourselves.

    Join us for a very interesting radio show

    I'll talk to you then, 

    Dr. Craig's:
    FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/drcraigmalkin
    LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=73336628
    website - http://www.drcraigmalkin.com

  • 01:59

    Narcissism is Better Than Depression!

    in Self Help

    Host Mikeisha, along with a panel of guest hosts, will discuss why having a high sense of self beats feeling depressed and downtrodden.

  • 00:30

    Narcissism: The Spirit of Anti-christ and his children

    in Christianity

    As I ponder the addiction of people wanting to capture the perfect selfie picture mainly with their cell phones and social media sites such as: Facebook and instagram, I begin to see a trend of people uploading new pictures of themselves in their bathrooms, bedroom, restaurant, work, school, and yes, even church. The scripture 2 Timothy chapter 3 verse 1 comes to mind which says " In the last days perilous(dangerous) times shall come, men shall be lovers of their ownselves." I was thinking Paul how is extremely dangerous times have to do with people being lovers of their ownselves? Then the light bulb went off that the antichrist will be self consumed to the point that people only become a means to the end goal for him cause he is completely possessed by lucifer himself which is completely selfish and self centered, this is narcissism in its fulness. So as we begin this journey we will begin to find out is all this selfie picture taking and detailing every moment of your life as innoncent as it seems on the surface or is there another force or inspiration behind it

  • 01:04

    Part 4 of Narcissism Series (Final)

    in Spirituality

    Final topics on narcissism tonight:

    The transgender narcissist, how to address our narcissistic youth today & tomorrow - is there a way to prevent their enablement within the family dynamic and social circles, narcissistic parents and the undercover narcissist (the co-dependent narc) who prefers to be with narcissistic people.

    We want people aware of the depths of narcissistic behaviors because we believe that awareness of these traits empower people to understand how to prevent becoming enablers and victims. In turn we hope people's awareness of narcissistic traits (which we all practice in some form), create a conscious accountability for productive change and possibly early intervention for the narcissist. 

    1 Corinthians 13:4-7New International Version (NIV)


    4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

    Facebook.com/tteib to Like and get updates, stories and give your thoughts and ideas on our show topics

  • 00:59

    Is Narcissistic Personality Disorder the same as Narcissism?: Randi G. Fine

    in Psychology

    Randi G. Fine is an Empath and Life Issues Counselor who has compassionately guided thousands of people, both nationally and internationally, in their life journeys. A professional writer, her highly regarded blog Love Your Life is translated and read in 180 countries worldwide. She is also Professional Speaker and Radio Show Host of the acclaimed Blog Talk Radio Podcast: A Fine Time for Healing. She is the author of three books: the memoir Fine…ly, the inspiring self-growth book Awaken from Life and her upcoming book about Pathological Narcissism.

    Join us as we discuss the differences between Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and Narcissism. As always these shows are very personal, intimate, and include information for victims and survivors of NPD abuse.

    Is Narcissistic Personality Disorder the same as Narcissism?

    What is a personality disorder?

    What causes someone to have Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

    Are those who have Narcissistic Personality Disorder dangerous to be around?

    How can we identify people who have this disorder?

    What is the difference between a Covert Narcissist and an Overt Narcissist, and is one more damaging than the other?

    Do people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder see anything wrong with the abusive way they treat other people?

    Do people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder ever get treatment? Can they ever change?

    What can survivors of this kind of abuse do to heal from it?

    Read the full blog article here.

  • Narcissism: The spirit of anti-christ and his children

    in Christianity

    As we take an in depth look into the character and mind of lucifer we will see the patriarch of narcissism. As we this generation tilting towards border line self idolatry self-eroticism. We dig deeper to make the connection of narcissism to self-worship- homosexuality to the spirit of anti-christ

  • 00:17

    Dr. Craig Malkin debuts Rethinking Narcissism

    in Lifestyle

    “What is Narcissism?” is one of the fastest-rising searches on Google, and articles on the topic routinely go viral. Yet the word “narcissism” seems to mean something different every time it’s uttered. In fact, the more it’s slung about, the more slippery its true meaning becomes. The only certainty, it would seem, is that it’s bad to be a narcissist—really bad. for millennials, been branded “the most narcissistic generation ever.”

    In RETHINKING NARCISSISM (HarperWave – on sale July 7), Dr. Craig Malkin—a Harvard Medical School-affiliated psychologist with more than two decades of clinical experience—offers a radically new model for understanding this often misused term. Narcissism, argues Dr. Malkin, is essentially a spectrum of self-importance— and everyone falls somewhere on the scale between utter selflessness and total arrogance.

    Yet there are also those who live at the lower end of the spectrum—termed “echoists” by Dr. Malkin.
    Drawing on his own research as well as the latest findings in psychology, Dr. Malkin explains why it’s essential to embrace some degree of narcissism in order to maintain a healthy sense of self-worth. Using a new diagnostic tool—the Narcissism Test—Dr. Malkin guides readers through the process of measuring.

    Dr. Craig Malkin is an author, clinical psychologist, and Instructor of Psychology for Harvard Medical School with two decades of experience helping individuals, couples, and families. His insights on relationships have been appeared in Psychology Today, Marie Claire, and Women’s and Men’s Health mags.

    This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards featuring the "never nascisstic" Church Kitchen Ladies. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com


  • The Leaven of Narcissism

    in Religion

    Coming to you live from San Antonio, Texas on this 18th day of December 2014. Tonight is the third night of Hannakah. Tonight we will be listening to a Talk by Bill Watson from the Church of God International. He will Be discussing Narcissism. I think Art should listen because he is the Biggest Narcisist I have ever met. We are also going to be listening to a talk by Jim Cox, one of my former Mentors as he talks about Seeing ALL Things Spritually. Both Talks are Excellent and I enjoyed listening to them very much. I have to be up very very early in the Morning to head towards Houston Texas to get Loaded... (I am a Trucker). So tomarrows going to be a very long day. If your listening to the Program on iTunes you can also find the show at www.blogtalkradio.com/thekingdomofgodornothing or at www.kingdomarchieves.com To send your questions or comments you can call or text 801-368-1490 or listen to the program on your phone by calling 619-924-0710. In fact if you are listening Live, the third hour can only be heard by listening on your phone by calling that number. You can find me on my face book group at www.facebook.com/groups/thekingdomofgodornothing or find my personal account at www.facebook.com/Lazurus1977


    You can also contact me at GodismyCompass@gmail.com and www.twiitter.com/Lazurus1977 


    Once again, Thank you for listening to the show, Take Care and God Bless. 

  • 01:00


    in Entertainment

    The authors of two provocative books Peter Schwartz, IN DEFENSE OF SELFISHNESS, WHY THE CODE OF SELF-SACRIFICE IS UNJUST AND DESTRUCTIVE and Dr. Craig Malkin, RETHINKING NARCISSISM, THE BAD AND SURPRISING GOOD ABOUT FEELING SPECIAL join Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, August 5, 3 pm ET.

    Peter Schwartz is a retired Chairman of the Board of Directors, and currently a Distinguished Fellow of the Ayn Rand Institute. He is the founding editor and publisher of The Intellectual Activist. In his challenging new book IN DEFENSE OF SELFISHNESS, WHY THE CODE OF SELF-SACRIFICE IS UNJUST AND DESTRUCTIVE, Schwartz explores the question: What if altruism is in fact, at the heart of the social conflicts that plague us today?

    Is there a “narcissism epidemic?”  In his eye-opening new book RETHINKING NARCISSISM, THE BAD AND SURPRISING GOOD ABOUT FEELING SPECIAL, Dr. Craig Malkin—author, clinical psychologist, and Instructor of Psychology for Harvard Medical School —offers a radically new model for understanding what he asserts is an often misused term. Narcissism, argues Dr. Malkin, is essentially a spectrum of self-importance— and everyone falls somewhere on the scale between utter selflessness and total arrogance. Currently, Dr. Malkin can be seen on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network, which is running a series on RETHINKING NARCISSISM.

    For the “Me Generation” and “The Millennials” who have been branded “the most narcissistic generation ever,” and those interested in the Libertarian creed authors Peter Schwartz and Dr. Craig Malkin tackle the good and bad of narcissism and selfishness, Wednesday, August 5, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com. 

  • 00:45

    Becoming More Narcissistic? A Discussion on Healthy Narcissism

    in Self Help

    If you have ever been involved with a narcissist you might have wished at some point that you were more like him/her. Maybe you feel you are too empathetic, too compassionate, you care too much for the other person, you are not confident enough, and think more of others than you do of yourself. Maybe you are afraid to self promote or put yourself out there.

    We all go through a narcissistic phase when we are children; even teenagers have a narcissistic phase. But what is the difference between healthy narcissism and pathological narcissism?

    On this episode of Pandora’s Box we are going to explore “healthy narcissism” and how developing a little more narcissism can actually help us to recover from narcissistic abuse and not be such a target for the pathological narcissist.

  • 00:31