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How vain are you?

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How vain are you?
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Does your world revolve around your wants and needs -- or are you in the habit of taking others into account?
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Hits: 2977 | Favorites: 0 | Emailed: 0 | Rating: 2.3 | Category: Games | Date: 12/08/2003
 
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sowhitebread
Female, 18-29, Southern US
 25726 Posts
Tuesday, December 23, 2003 5:22:52 PM
Gah! So many pop ups.

Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else's needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.


tigerlily124
Female, 30-39, Southern US
 1839 Posts
Tuesday, December 23, 2003 5:14:50 PM


Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else's needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.






evilloner14
Female, 13-17, Southern US
 2423 Posts
Tuesday, December 9, 2003 6:46:21 AM
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else's needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.

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Vampire_D
Male, 18-29, Europe
 4103 Posts
Tuesday, December 9, 2003 6:26:08 AM
This was far too feminine orintated...

Staygold82
Female, 18-29, Midwest US
 5327 Posts
Tuesday, December 9, 2003 6:21:00 AM
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else's needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.






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