father of the diagnostic manual for personality disorders , reports that called himself a "secure narcissist."
That would make him a swimmer, I guess.
Which reminds me of an amazing Yale story. The mother of Yale's flamboyant Chaplain William Sloane Coffin, told me once that she had completed all her credits for a degree as Smith College, but one----which she refused to undertake at all, thereby denying herself the degree.
She told me this story in her late eighties, as if it was a brag, almost a mark of character.
What was the course?
She was deathly afraid of water.