In the study, two thirds of 16,475 students surveyed responded positively to statements like “I think I am a special person,” or “I can live my life any way I want to.” Students in 2006 scored 30 percent higher on the standardized inventory than students in 1982, ranking their narcissism nearly as high as the …∞
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Alcoholics Anonymous informally refers to the alcoholic who has stopped drinking, but who still demonstrates the same alcoholic attitudes and behaviors, as a “dry drunk.”
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