How Well Do You Know Yourself?

Self-knowledge is practically impossible to attain, we're all biased creatures, especially when it comes to the face in the mirror. But you can achieve greater objectivity and insight by tuning into a few tested principles––and relying on the feedback of others.

Which "Me" Do Others See?

By Carlin Flora

How you see yourself depends on your awareness of how others view you.

Blind Spots

By Sam Gosling

You likely see yourself very differently from the way others see you.

The Narcissist's False Self

By Randi Kreger

Narcissists can't differentiate between their mask and their true self.

Your Four I's

By Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D.

Your true selves, really.

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