1Preoccupation with one’s own feelings, interests, or situation: she had lapsed into gloomy self-absorption
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- Therapism celebrates emotional self-absorption and the sharing of feelings.
- The Church has lost a sense of mission, turning inwards in self-absorption, anxious to protect itself, forgetting that it is no more than a means to an end, the end being the Kingdom of God.
- With or without leadership contests, the conference season brings out the narcissism and self-absorption of politicians to a degree the public can only find repellent.
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