(1) The second is a factor which has been called narcissism , or excessive love and pampering of one's self, including intense preoccupation with one's own state of being.(2) ├ö├ç├┐One of the features of narcissism is enormous confidence and self-esteem,├ö├ç├û she observes.(3) He finds himself with addictions to voyeurism and narcissism , as well as a nasty coke habit.(4) Although he was not a sporting person he admits that he exercised to keep his appearance at its best and satisfy his narcissism .(5) He believes that such behavior results from personality traits such as narcissism as well as a memory bias.(6) It is apparent from any survey of the criticism of confessional poetry that the mode is habitually and negatively associated with an authorial self-absorption verging on narcissism .(7) They also showed a high level of narcissism in the things that they said.(8) Mirror shots abound as the characters' narcissism is exposed and the brittleness of appearances scrutinised.(9) The analyst's narcissism may be such that it is better to rest easy in seductive certitude rather than tolerate ambiguities, uncertainties and the discomforting state of not-knowing!(10) After all, normal narcissism makes most psychiatrists feel they are doing a good job, even when they may not be.(11) But narcissism isn't just a combination of monumental self-esteem and rudeness.(12) This gathering together of understanding is in itself an aspect of narcissism .(13) This was closer to sociopathy and narcissism than to an impulsive psychotic response to perceived injustices.(14) I can't attribute my downfall to narcissism and only to narcissism .(15) This healthy narcissism may actually aid guilt-prone individuals in productive day-to-day interactions.(16) It goes without saying that she makes great use of narcissism ; no self-respecting artist of this period could live without that particular reflecting pool.