Unconditional positive self regard is a condition common among athletes, politicians, and celebrities in general where their high regard for themselves is unconditional, even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
That cornerback with "unconditional positive self regard" got burned for three touchdowns, hasn't made a tackle all day, was benched twice for blown coverage and now that he has intercepted a meaningless hail Mary off a third string quarterback with two seconds left with his team behind 42-0 he's celebrating like he won the Super Bowl.
Por mossiears 16 de septiembre de 2013

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