Hello Everyone,

We’re incredibly excited to announce that this month will be “Healthy Narcissism Month” at Techealthiest.

Whether or not you’re excited is less important than how pumped I am. Just kidding. That’s not healthy narcissism.

That was my first joke in the spirit of Healthy Narcissism Month.

In all seriousness, I’m going to teach you how to be a Healthy Narcissist.

By the end of the month, you’ll have a well-rounded idea of how to use your healthier narcissism to succeed in your career endeavors, improve your relationships, inspire people around you and be happier overall. 

What is it important to learn how to be a healthy narcissist?

Two reasons: First, modern society (including our personal technology) promotes being overly focused on our own thoughts and feelings at the expense of being tuned in to the world around us. Essentially, the world promotes unhealthy narcissism, which can ruin us over time.

Second, there are many among us who grapple with unhealthy narcissism. The nature of narcissism is that most people don’t know they’re narcissistic. The hyper self-focus puts blinders up, making the narcissist defensive and unwilling to acknowledge his or her narcissism. They have to find out the hard way.

On a cultural level, it’s different. For example, many Millennials seem proud to be called a narcissistic generation. But within individuals whose narcissistic tendencies hurt their relationships and overall mental health, it’s quite hard for them to embrace their narcissism.

There’s a lot to be learned from narcissists, both the healthy and unhealthy kind.

We’re here to look at this fascinating topic from all angles.

The Formula for Healthy Narcissism

While narcissistic people often get a bad rap, more recently, it’s been acknowledged that in order to lead an organization, a group of people or a successful company, you must have more narcissism pumping through your psychological veins than most other people.

We at Techealthiest are fascinated by the topic of narcissism, especially healthy narcissism, which is essential for psychological growth and positive self-worth.

In fact, I’ve come up with a formula for healthy narcissism that I’m going to share with you.

This month we’re going to look at what makes narcissism healthy, what makes it unhealthy and what you can do to improve how your narcissism gets expressed.

You can look forward to thought-provoking articles on narcissism, interviews with experts on the topic of healthy narcissism as well as controversial discussions on our Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter channels.

We’ll hear from the ever-intriguing Social Media Lama about healthy narcissism and social media habits.

We’ll also treat you to some humor related to narcissism that we’re pumped to share with you.

Feel free to post on our social media outlets any thoughts you have about the topic of healthy narcissism.

Now, without further ado, let Healthy Narcissism Month begin!