3 Simple Ways to Identify Approval Addicts | AWAYION BEAUTY

Hi, Friends!

I know you clicked on this article because you are like; um… an approval addict?

Is she talking about me?

Let me see real quick, so I can get some relief (*wink, wink).

In this post, discover 3 types of people who are approval addicts. This info may make you judge your own habits and behaviors.

*Disclaimer: Before you make judgement calls based on these signs, please first research righteous judgement. Okay? And of course this post is F.Y.I. only. These tips could help you if you use self-control. And these tips could help you if you are a believer in Christ. Also, always do further research. Also, the sources for this or any post do not equal a full endorsement of any ministry or evangelist’s personal views by Awayion.com.**

TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. The Narcissist
  2. The Perfectionist
  3. The Professional Blamer

Sound fancy ladies? Okay, let’s start.

1. The Narcissist (AKA Social Media/Selfie Promoting Professional)

For starters, anyone who has glanced at social media has seen this approval addict. They are the ones whom wish for consistent praise.

If the praise comes from complete strangers. They will post pictures of their clothes, where they work, who they date, what they ate, their plane tickets with their full name on it, their passport, and more, every single day!

Most Narcissists will do this many times a day.

These addicts are lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, abusive, and more. This person will drain you. So guard your heart will diligence.

Most narcissists will not seek to change their narcissistic behaviors. Thus, they have poor relationships with others.

They are best avoided.

Research 2 Timothy 3:2, Proverbs 4:23

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2. The Perfectionist

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This approval addict considers themselves a god.

The only One who walks in complete perfection is Christ alone. All mankind will not achieve total perfection as Christ did.

The Perfectionist will try to prove they are above all human weaknesses. They seek the approval of man at all costs. They are boastful and display narcissistic behaviors.

The perfectionist will scrutinize any perceived flaws you may have. It is wise to perceive them fast.

Research Hebrews 12

3. The Professional Blamer

This approval addict has a “me against the world” mentality.

This approval addict never takes ownership of their shortcomings. If they are the origin of a problem — in their eyes it will always be someone else’s fault.

Similar to the perfectionist, this approval addict wants to be a god. It is wise to not argue with a professional blamer.

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Major Takeaways

You now know 3 types of people who are approval addicts.

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1 Peter 2:22 "He Committed No Sin, and No Deceit Was Found in His Mouth.". BibleHub, biblehub.com/1_peter/2-22.htm.

2 Timothy 3:1 But Mark This: There Will Be Terrible Times in the Last Days. BibleHub, biblehub.com/2_timothy/3-1.htm.

2 Timothy 3:2 People Will Be Lovers of Themselves, Lovers of Money, Boastful, Proud, Abusive, Disobedient to Their Parents, Ungrateful, Unholy. BibleHub, biblehub.com/2_timothy/3-2.htm.

2 Timothy 3:3 without Love, Unforgiving, Slanderous, without Self-Control, Brutal, Not Lovers of the Good. BibleHub, biblehub.com/2_timothy/3-3.htm.

Romans 3:23 for All Have Sinned and Fall Short of the Glory of God. BibleHub, biblehub.com/romans/3-23.htm.

2 Timothy 3:4 Treacherous, Rash, Conceited, Lovers of Pleasure Rather than Lovers of God--. BibleHub, biblehub.com/2_timothy/3-4.htm.

2 Timothy 3:5 Having a Form of Godliness but Denying Its Power. Have Nothing to Do with Such People. BibleHub, biblehub.com/2_timothy/3-5.htm.