What You Post On Social Media Shows Your Degree Of Narcissism

profile on social mediaSandy has a new boyfriend. She’s overjoyed with excitement that she trapped someone who could tolerate her overbearing ways. She wants to share the news on social media, so her worthiness as a functioning human being would be verified. She wants to post photos, as the comments and likes makes her relevant.

What some wonder is why she would even bother broadcasting her private life on such a public forum. Can’t she just keep it to herself. The reason for her doing so is what’s known as “attachment theory,” where …

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How To Become More Popular And Adored By Everyone You Meet

becoming likedThe social objective for most is to be genuinely liked by as many people as possible. This to unconditionally attract those who they come in contact with. To be likable, socially attractive and desirable, and some will do anything they can to make this happen.

But despite their most sincere efforts, they end up glued as a wallflower as they’re a ghost in a crowded room. They want to increase their popularity, but even their friends and family avoid them. Their personality and attitude just isn’t conduit to being liked …

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How To Be More Liked When Others Don’t Like You That Much

howto become more likedThere are some who are universally liked, they have a certain charisma, certain qualities which naturally attracts others to adore them. Then there are others, a certain group of individuals, who are not really liked that much, perhaps someone you know.

This can prove important since it can impact your chances for opportunities or success. There’s a perception that those who are likable are considered more hardworking and trustworthy. Those who aren’t liked, are thought as being arrogant and manipulative.

Not being liked reaches beyond what their physical appearance is, …

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What All Those Socially Active Popular People Do Differently

being socially acceptedWhat most want is to be popular, as we’re inherently socially bred animals, that we want to be accepted by our particular peer group of friends. So why are there some who are more popular than others, while others will just fade in the comfort of their shadows.

There are some who are just naturally outbound, the extremely gregarious types who find they have a knack to be constantly socially connected, this without any effort involved. People near and far are attracted to them, as there’s a sense of connection …

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