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Want to receive the latest videos from Dr. Ramani's interview series? Sign up for your personalized Email Digest today: http://bit.ly/2mG1UaU "It's like looking into a mirror, and nothing's looking back at you." Leading psychologist and author Dr. Ramani Durvasula walks us through how to spot the signs you're dating a narcissist. She draws advice from her bestselling book, "Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Surviving A Narcissistic Relationship". She answers: What defines a narcissist, and what behaviors are typical of a narcissist? How many of those characteristics does someone have to have in order to be defined as a narcissist? What is "gaslighting"? What does it look like when two narcissists date each other? Are narcissists self-aware? Can you teach a narcissist empathy? Nature vs. nurture: Is someone born a narcissist or do they become a narcissist? What role does parenting play in creating a narcissist? How can parents prevent narcissism? How is the trait of narcissism different than narcissistic personality disorder? Can a narcissistic person ever be truly "cured"? What should someone expect if they want to break up with a narcissist? How should someone manage their expectations if they want to continue dating a narcissist? Dr. Ramani ends the interview with some encouraging advice that anyone can implement today. You can follow Dr. Ramani on: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/doctorramani/ TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/doctorramani INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/doctorramani/ Follow our host, Kyle Kittleson: WEBSITE: https://kylekittleson.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KyleKittleson/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kylekittleson?lang=en
Psychological tricks that work on anybody! These amazing mind games and psychology tricks will help you fool your friends into thinking you have superpowers 30. Be taken more seriously- If you want people to take your words more seriously, Every time you tell someone something, say that your father taught you it because people tend to believe the advice of parents more than a younger person. 29. Rock Paper Scissors Champion- If you want to become a champion at rock, paper, scissors, right before playing the game, ask your opponent a random question. Almost always the other person will be confused and will throw out scissors without much thought. This distracts them from their original thought on which move they were going to throw out, and they panic in distraction and just throw out scissors. 28. The broccoli trick- If you want your kids to eat broccoli try asking them if they want five or two stalks of broccoli instead of asking them if they want broccoli. This way you’ve made up your mind and shows them that they are having broccoli for lunch, but instead, they feel like they have made their own decision. This same old trick can also work in other situations as well. 27. Annoying song stuck in your head- If a song is stuck in your head and you want to forget it, try thinking of the end of the song. Our brain tends to remember the things we've left unfinished. So think of the end of that annoying song, and you’ll be able to get it out of your head! This is your mind having a problem with leaving things unfinished.
Want to receive our latest Patient Spotlight videos? Sign up for your personalized Email Digest today: http://bit.ly/2mJmZRX According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), It's estimated that 2% of people experience dissociative disorders, with women being more likely than men to be diagnosed. Because of the way Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is portrayed in the media, most people don't understand what the disorder actually entails, or how common it actually is. In this Patient Spotlight video, you'll meet Encina, who sheds light on her experience living with DID. You'll also meet Minnie, the three-year-old girl living inside Encina's body. EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Doug Colbeth PRODUCER, A.D.: Brigid McCuen D.P., DIRECTOR, EDITOR: Darin Limvere HOST: Kyle Kittleson 2nd CAMERA OP: Tony Oberstar Follow our host, Kyle Kittleson: WEBSITE: https://kylekittleson.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KyleKittleson/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kylekittleson?lang=en
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Do you know who you really are? You might think you know yourself better than anyone else, but there may be some aspects of your personality that you either subconsciously don't want to accept or don’t even notice! Luckily, this test will open your eyes to your true self! TIMESTAMPS: What’s the first thing you see in this picture? 1:05 What’s the first thing you see in this image? 2:16 Take a look at this picture: who would you help first? 3:10 Choose the odd figure among these three. 4:32 Which door will you choose to survive? 5:04 Which coffee are you? 5:44 Imagine you're scuba diving and suddenly see a mermaid. What color is her tail? 7:12 While you’re diving, you also notice a fish. What does it look like? 7:52 You suddenly spot a beautiful shell lying on the seabed. What does it look like? 8:34 You reach the shore and look around on the beach. Are there any people there? 9:16 #personalitytest #trueself #revealtruth Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music SUMMARY: - If you first noticed a crocodile, you’re the type of person who sees the big picture. That could mean that you sometimes take the small details in life, like a walk in the park or a cup of hot coffee in the morning, for granted. - If you immediately saw faces, you're pretty people-oriented. You're an extrovert, which means you need to charge your battery through social interaction with others. - If you chose to help the guy in crutches, you’re a leader by nature. You're, organized, practical, and focused on your life and goals. People might find you a bit cold emotionally. - If you chose the gray figure, then you are a bona-fide perfectionist! Unlike the others, the gray one isn’t a square but a rectangle. - An experienced survivalist would choose door number two. While lions are known to survive without food for as long as a month, starving for two months will definitely kill the animal. - If you're an espresso, you’re more traditional and prefer to keep it simple. As for you double espressos, work means a lot to you. You're determined, responsible, and maybe a little impatient. - The color of the mermaid's tail shows how sociable you are and how well you interact with others. - If the fish you imagined is docile and inoffensive, chances are that you can confidently stand up for your opinion and defend the things you believe in. - The shell indicates how open you are towards the people around you. - If the beach is crowded, you're probably a social butterfly, constantly surrounded by friends and acquaintances. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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