The Infinitely Little Have a Pride Infinitely Great.

The inability to admit defeat. Rather than sucking it up, conceding that mistakes were made and the battle was lost; there is denial, projection, rejection of what has happened, and passing the blame to anyone and anything but the themselves — the loser.

Pride is a funny thing. It feels so good when we‘re accomplished and feel great about ourselves, getting the well…

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