There are no positive connotations of the word obsession. An obsession is a compulsive preoccupation with something. Obsessions can often be debilitating or, at the very least, interfere with a person's ability to get along and interact with others. Excessive self-love or self-admiration is known as Narcissism and is a well-documented personality disorder. Narcissists don't necessarily have to be handsome or beautiful, however. This web site has many well-developed answers regarding narcissism. But you also asked whether it is "wrong." That implies a moral issue or question. While pride and vanity are linked and known as one of the seven deadly sins, if a person suffers from a pathological psychological condition, it would be unfair to judge him or her as immoral. Yes, I do believe this person can be obsessed with their own looks. I've seen some young men who are always preening, working out, glancing in the mirror, posing and looking in the mirror and constantly aware of their looks and every move they make. I would call this an obsession.
if by obsession you mean not having your own life... then yes.
no, probably not, but if it does, there is something incredibly wrong with it!
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Yes for sure what is wrong with you. You should know that dummy!
nothing absoutly nothing
first of all your spelling of MEANS is wrong,And second thing is this that in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST,BEAUTY means beauty and BEST means monster.
if they drink it then take them to the hospital but if you smell it a lot then there is no problem.
That would be up to the individual person. Hence the saying "beauty is in the eye of the beholder." Personally, I prefer inner beauty. Not that there is anything wrong with outside beauty. Inner beauty is more important to me.
Of course that is wrong. He might become handsome someday with an overpowering personality.
It's incredibly, supremely, totally funny-looking. Really, really.
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9,227,446,944,279,201And the beauty of it is: The questioner has no idea whether this is right or wrong,and has to take my word for it !
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July 21, 1988 ^^that is incredibly wrong its July 16th 1988
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I could be very wrong, but I do believe that the song that plays is just the Sleeping Beauty Waltz.
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Commodus and Nero. Commodus went insane with his own self-obsession, and Nero just did all the wrong things.
No. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so they say.
Yes. Although there may be some issues with people thinking it is "gross" or "wrong" there is nothing wrong with it. Breast milk is incredibly beneficial for babies, especially from birth to six months.
Are is the plural form of the present tense (indicative mood) of the verb`be' and the singular form used with you. To make it simpler to understand, if you speak or write about more than 1 thing or person, use 'are'. But if you are using the singular pronoun 'you', it requires 'are'. Wrong: Is you feeling okay? Correct: Are you feeling okay? Wrong: Airplanes is a fast way to travel. Correct: Airplanes are a fast way to travel. Wrong: He are handsome. Correct: He is handsome. Wrong: They is from The United Kingdom. Correct: They are from The United Kingdom. Wrong: English words is hard for me to spell. Correct: English words are hard for me to spell. Wrong: She are very helpful. Correct: She is very helpful.
For their beauty and intrinsic value when cut. Though love is, perhaps, the wrong word to use.
i may be wrong but....sleeping beauty?
Sounds like an obsession to me. Mental, not medical in that case.
NO! why would you even do that? *sigh* This guy is incredibly wrong, you can turn it off, as all of the other questions say.