self-centeredness

NOUN
  1. concern for your own interests and welfare
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How To Use self-centeredness In A Sentence

  • To make a lasting marriage we have to overcome self-centeredness
  • To make a lasting marriage we have to overcome self-centeredness
  • Greed and self-centeredness take us out of the present and stop us from appreciating what we have right now. Ed and Deb Shapiro: Why Do We Feel Good Making Fun of Others?
  • To make a lasting marriage we have to overcome self-centeredness
  • To make a lasting marriage we have to overcome self-centeredness
  • Of course, our self-centeredness, our distinctive attachment to the feeling of an independent, self-existent �I�, works fundamentally to inhibit our compassion. Compassion and the Individual
  • I especially admired how Verghese vividly described the primary characters 'unvarnished gut feelings and urges: love and hate, unrequited love and betrayal, excessive self-centeredness, compassion toward others, necessary self-survival actions and the resulting guilt and fear and a willingness to give up one's life for the sake of another. Reader reviews of Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese.
  • If you try to hold the spirit, you breed selfishness and self-centeredness. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • Of course, our self-centeredness, our distinctive attachment to the feeling of an independent, self-existent �I�, works fundamentally to inhibit our compassion. Compassion and the Individual
  • Now, I know we "environmentalists" can come across a trifle earnest at times, but this resident's self-centeredness will remain a shining example of how the U.S. leads the world in the blind overconsumption of resources. No Wonder We Are Thought Profligate
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