BUT WHAT IS SHE DOING FOR ME? – Narcissists, Codependents, And The Truth About Social Media Likes




1. a person who is overly self-involved, and often vain and selfish.
2. Psychoanalysis. a person who suffers from narcissism, deriving erotic gratification from admiration of his or her own physical or mental attributes.

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[koh-di-pen-duh nt]

1. of or pertaining to a relationship in which one person is physically or psychologically addicted, as to alcohol or gambling, and the other person is psychologically dependent on the first in an unhealthy way.
2. one who is codependent or in a codependent relationship.

Moral Of The Story (Solution)

Dr. Phil Life Strategies

Life Law #8: We Teach People How to Treat Us
Strategy: Own, rather than complain about, how people treat you. Learn to renegotiate your relationships to have what you want.

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Off the top of the head, thinking out loud, and speaking authentically.


In actuality, I am not really even in need of her doing anything for me because as of this present moment in time and space, I am doing well, and have it made in the shade, yet if she is asking or desiring for me to “like” her on social media, and she is not doing anything for me, then that would be communicating a message to the universe in new age speak, that says that I actually do like women who cannot and/or will not do anything for me that is beneficial, and saying and acting as such is other than what it is that my purpose in life is to share, which is The Truth!

Now secondly, again, since I am not in need of anything from her, I then ask what it is that she is doing for others that is beneficial, because if not for me, some other person may have a need that she can serve or satisfy, and in business, this is the one thing that makes a person actually be of value, which is their ability to provide satisfaction or help to avoid dissatisfaction.

Thirdly, because it is the magic number, I ask the most important question, which is in regards to what she is doing for herself, because the simple fact of life that I adhere to is that a person is not really ever willing and/or able to do anything beneficial for another without first being willing and/or able to do it for themselves, and I mean something other than offering another person their own problems and needs, which is classified as codependent, where in my experience, a needy person who needs to be needed needs to be used by someone in exchange for nothing but having their own need to feel needed be satisfied as is common on many popular online social networking services where narcissists and codependents meet.

Now back to the beginning, finishing as authentically as I started, this article is actually a process of educating myself first, by applying the following strategy, and then leaving some on the table for others who will come to the solution and find it to be of some value.

“Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.”
-Tony Robbins


A raw and uncut, self preservation perspective to consider.