Facebook Users With Lots of Friends More Likely To Be Narcissists - InformationWeek
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2/12/2014 | 10:10:51 PM
olá
but I should not know it ...

and the part

"they end up using people"ietc,a shame of people they are...

 

áááá-.-.-.-critic,depends 

as the critic and those who criticize,critics often be envious....but the rest is perfect....

good narcisism and not overdone is not bad...

Now many people
it should simply be ignored,do not respect the lives and feelings of others...
because of extreme narcissism in internet and real life...to learn in the hard way,they are nothing without other humans...Nobody is superior to anyone,i more only respect for the most intelligent and wise are those who learn,but we all go to the grave

should be more shared,for help people to learn....

good article,byeeeee


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