Tag Archives: pathology

Covert Borderline Predicted: Standard Model of Personality Disorders (McGill University)

Event: Lecture at the Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, Canada, January 22, 2021 (Host: Dr. Tewfik Said). Transcript: http://samvak.tripod.com/lecturemcgill.docx I discuss my new concept of covert borderline and the bridge between overt and covert cluster B states via collapse and narcissistic mortification. It is a standard model of personality disorders, akin to the standard model… Read More »

Narcissism Shapeshifting Camouflage: Conceals Other Disorders (University Lecture)

Listen to Summary: 1:11:13 Sources at the end. 48:27-50:37 by Darlene Lancer, not Len Sperry (apologies). Narcissism is a core feature of the personality: primary narcissism in infancy is critical to the formation of the self, healthy narcissism helps us to regulate our sense of self-worth and guarantees self-efficacy. Like cancer, narcissism can become malignant… Read More »