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Donald Trump Theapy Questions, Issues and Role Plays

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Donald Trump Therapy Questions, Issues and Role Plays:



"During the height of the drama that was the marital breakup between Donald and Ivana Trump (during which The Donald's business empire was also near collapse and Trump withdrew into Howard-Hughes-like seclusion), Donald Trump's mother is said to have once asked Ivana, in reference to her son's self-centered greed: "What kind of son have I created?"Plenty of mental-health professionals (who normally consider it unethical to diagnose public figures, but have made an exception in Trump's case because, well, it's just so easy) by publicly answering that question with the diagnosis of narcissistic personality disorder.

The Mayo Clinic defines this condition as: "a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of ultraconfidence lies a fragile self-esteem that's vulnerable to the slightest criticism."

What a Therapy Session With Donald Trump Might Look Like | US News Opinion



Who have you been thinking about, who deserves criticism? Why? Any Balancing factors? Any way that person may assist you in the future? Votes? Support?


What personal criticism, of you, yourself, has come to your attention, that seems mistaken, or unfair? Are there bad intentions behind the criticism? Is there any part of the criticism that could be a path for your own self-improvement? How might you set up a habit changing agenda, so that you could do better?



Audience, hecklers, news Interview Anchors, friends and relatives, can take the chance opportunity to ask therapeutic questions for Mr. Trump.


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