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The Growth of Narcissism 

You don’t have to search very far to discover examples of narcissism. Whether it’s yet another person in the Great Resignation refusing to return to the office and work for an arrogant supervisor, or the guy sitting next to you on the plane upbraiding the flight attendant because his seat won’t recline, or even the […]

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The Growth of Narcissism | Psychology Today

Read Dr. Silard’s latest on narcissism in leadership in Psychology Today, here.

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Nothing Blinds Like Success

Like most of you reading this article, I was initially dismayed and stunned by the Slap Heard Around the World at the Oscar awards ceremony this year. As someone who studies the motivations of leaders and how they influence the people they lead, upon further reflection my surprise gradually ebbed away. In this article, I’ll […]

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Nothing Blinds Like Success | Psychology Today

What happens when a leader begins to feel larger than life? Read Anthony Silard’s latest in Psychology Today, here.

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Our Shared Loneliness  

A friend of mine lives in Healdsburg, a beautiful town in Northern California. A few years ago, David invited his aunt and uncle (in their mid-sixties) and his aunt’s mother (in her mid-eighties) over for Thanksgiving.  How Our Screens Divide Us  David’s uncle and aunt sat on the sofa and immediately turned on their iPads. […]

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Our Shared Loneliness | Anthony Silard’s Latest in Psychology Today

Do you know the difference between loneliness and solitude? Read more about how valuable this is, here.

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How We Became Lonely, Disconnected and Brainwashed

This is part two of a three-part series published over three consecutive weeks. Beware of false knowledge;it is more dangerous than ignorance. — George Bernard Shaw People are tiring of the social media model. It is for this reason that the bipartisanship-inducing effects of social media have led to fatigue with this platform as a […]

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Loneliness is What We Share: How We Became Disparately Brainwashed 

This is part one of a three-part series published over three consecutive weeks. Believe nothing just because a so-called wise person said it.  Believe nothing just because a belief is generally held … Believe nothing just because someone else believes it.  Believe only what you yourself test and judge to be true. – Buddha A […]

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From Theme to Depth: Developing Friendships in the Digital Age

This is part six of an eight-part series published over eight consecutive weeks.    Jenna, a nurse in Seattle in her early thirties, shared with me how she met her boyfriend in my new book Screened In: The Art of Living Free in the Digital Age:  I went on a date with a man who, upon first […]

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Online Dating: Convenience Over Quality?

This is part five of an eight-part series published over eight consecutive weeks.    Many people meet their soulmate online. Yet how do you use a dating app such as Tinder, Bumble or Match? Are you simultaneously engaging in chats with dozens of eligible partners as a means of escaping the real world, or—noting recent research […]

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