‘She’s coming off looking good’: the week Amber Heard finally spoke
Actor and ex-wife of Johnny Depp took the stand in her defamation trial, and made allegations of domestic and sexual abuse Amber Heard on the witness stand on Thursday. Her testimony, often highly charged, has been delivered while maintaining eye contact with jurors. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/AFP/Getty Images Amber Heard was asked in court last week if she recognized the name Carly Simon, soon after her attorneys introduced an exhibit of a mirror that Johnny Depp had defaced in tight, punctuatednews.yahoo.com
Narcissism and your health
ATLANTA - An anthem for narcissism was immortalized in Carly Simon's 1972 hit song, "You're So Vain." Narcissistic personality disorderWe are all narcissistic to some degree -- tests using the Narcissistic Personality Inventory, which scores a person on a scale from 0 to 40, finds most of us rank in the teens. True narcissistic personality disorder, or NPD, affects about 1% of the population. Just to be clear, we're not talking about the clinically diagnosed kind; instead it's what experts call "subclinical" or "normal" narcissism. "I don't think there's a single shrink out there that would say that there's anything protective about depression.
Songs written about famous people
In November 2015, Carly Simon revealed to People magazine that the second verse of her 1972 song "You're So Vain" is about former love Warren Beatty, but stayed mum on the men who inspired the other two verses of the song, long the source of rumors and gossip. Before her Beatty revelation, Simon had steadfastly refused to say who she wrote the No. 1 hit song about. While Beatty had long been one of the most popular guesses, others have speculated the song's verses could be about James Taylor. Hide Caption