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I'm not sure I agree it's an act of courage to do what others have a difficult time doing. It's more courageous to make a difficult choice knowing you will live with guilt and remorse, even if it's choice that's made for a greater good, like the welfare of a company.
If you don't give a damn who you hurt, and you aren't bothered by it, how is it courageous?
I personally believe these types are big cowards. "Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!"
The short answer is, “No.” But the long answer is disturbing.
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A narcissist defends his home.
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