Narcissism Has Reached Epidemic Levels in the United States — Could Self-Compassion be the Cure?

Self help, self-improvement, narcissism, compassion, self-compassion, spirituality, self-esteem, new paradigm, Carolanne Wright, self-worth, social media

Narcissism Has Reached Epidemic Levels in the United States — Could Self-Compassion be the Cure?

-by Carolanne Wright

Narcissism is on the rise. We see it on social media, in friends and family — even ourselves. In fact, Jean Twenge, author of Generation Me, believes we are experiencing a “narcissism epidemic” in America. To explore the idea, she surveyed more than 15,000 US college students between 1987 and 2006. During those two decades, levels of narcissism soared — with an astonishing 65 percent of modern-day students ranking higher in narcissism than what we’ve seen in previous generations… see more


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BOOM! Trump’s DOJ criminally charges 76 doctors, 23 pharmacists, 19 nurses raking in billions in medical fraud to push toxic drugs

doctors, DOJ, health care fraud, indictments, Jeff Sessions, law enforcement, medical fraud, Opioids, pharmacists

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President Trump is draining the “medical swamp.” The U.S. health care system is plagued by rampant fraud, abuse and profiteering carried out by dishonest doctors and pharmacists. In working to combat the rampant fraud, the DOJ has announced an unprecedented crackdown on medical fraud, charging over 600 people with criminal activities that involved over $2 billion medical fraud… see more


How to Be Your True Self in a Society That Worships Fakeness

Alternative news, new paradigm, consciousness, self, true self, spirituality, natural, self help, conspiracy, Paul A Philips, raising awareness, society

How to Be Your True Self in a Society That Worships Fakeness

-by Mateo Sol

Fakeness. We all know what it looks like. We all know what it feels like.

It’s the fake plastered-on smiles. It’s the pretentious laughs and giggles. It’s the sickly sweet or overly macho personality fronts. It’s the posing and like-whoring on social media. It’s the pouting lips in photos and feigned expressions of surprise. It’s the prancing about and showing people an image of your life that isn’t completely true, just to gain validation or envy. I’m sure you can think of half a million other examples as well… see more


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