self-obsession

self-obsession

n
the state of being interested in oneself, one's happiness, motivations and interests to the exclusion of other things
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There is a fine line between self-love and self-obsession. We live in a world in which we are constantly bombarded with messages about the importance of self-love and self care.
Judge Thomas said: "You are not connected with any terrorist organisations or groups or movements, or had these for anything other than self-obsession with these materials.
from stephenfrymythoslive.com | SEX, family and self-obsession all feature in the forthcoming one-woman show from Phoebe Waller-Bridge right).
from stephenfry mythoslive.com | SEX, family and self-obsession all feature in the forthcoming onewoman show from Phoebe Waller-Bridge, right.
The statues of bronze, cement and marble had critics accusing her of self-obsession and megalomania.
Mixed martial artists, too, will go into a shell of self-obsession, not dissimilar from that entered by astronauts who fear falling ill before a mission.
Fyza, having the last word, said: "Self-obsession is about improving myself to make myself happy.
In our current climate of 24-hour self-obsession that has us documenting and sharing everything from our deepest secrets to what we ate for breakfast, John remained consistently above the fray, a model of fine manners and social restraint that was almost disorienting in its quaintness.
This self-obsession is associated with selfies, so when people see a selfie they automatically associate it with narcissistic traits, (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563217306805) the researchers wrote in the literature review .
THE present state of the civilised world, I would think, was enough evidence to persuade some people that humankind has taken a wrong turning to self-obsession.
be to or be wrong And to compensate and deal with all of these issues, the ego will push you towards focusing on yourself to the exception of everything, leading to an unhealthy self-obsession with putting you before the business or, in fact, anyone else.