I don’t know who needs to hear this but...
This is inspired by the "No Country for Old Men" film and novel, which I believe confronts the audience with their narcissism.
We will go through all the narcissism DSM traits, along with proposed antidotes to them.
(00:27) Books Recommendation
(02:39) Richard's Disclaimer About Him Going Political
(06:15) "No Country for Old Men" as a Story Deconstructing Our Narcissism
(12:43) Meta-narrative About Storytelling (Narcissism of the Audience)
(13:29) The Red Pill Philosophy for Narcissism
(15:59) Humility as a Skill of Self-examination
(18:45) Being Boundaried in Our Grandiosity (Your Story is Important to You)
(25:06) Prioritizing Truth and Reality Over Fantasy
(27:58) Neediness for Admiration
(32:22) Finding Value in Yourself as an Antidote
(40:38) Nobody is Coming to Save You
(42:15) The Antidote - "I'm Not Owed Anything and Don't Really Need That Much"
(43:15) Exploitativeness (Others Also Have Fears, Needs and Lives)
(48:55) Zero Empathy and Empathy Exercises
(50:00) Envy and Gratitude
(51:50) Bullying and Abusing
(53:24) In the History, the Snake Will Always Eats His Own Tail
Narcissistic parent is prone to treat their child in either of two ways.
Overpraising (Golden Child) or shunning and scapegoating (Black Sheep).
What is the reason behind that kind of parenthood and how does it impact the children development?
Find out in this episode.
(01:10) The Big Long...
Could Social Media be more healthy?
These platforms could be completely redesigned, and even serve us better.
Check out the suggestions how it could be done, alongside with an explanation of social media mechanisms.
(00:03) The Most Recent Studies on the Toxicity of Social Media Part...
Isn't it dangerous to crush people's optimism with a medical sounding condition?
Depending on which filters/models you use to approach the symptoms, you will get different results.
Realize how much of how we think about the problem impact our ability to solve it.
There is no one and only way...