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  1. SubscriberSuzianne
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    01 Jun '16 09:30
    Originally posted by FMF
    But one cannot attempt to land little forum punches on the chins of characters (or their traits) that one disapproves of if one doesn't call them "personality disorders".
    Is this what you're trying to do when you describe the "personality disorders" of other forum posters? Or when you're trying to land points by deriding others, like now?
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    01 Jun '16 09:57
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Is this what you're trying to do when you describe the "personality disorders" of other forum posters?
    Examples? I have never copy pasted long tracts about psychological problems and personality disorders from other web sites. Do you have any examples of me diagnosing other posters as having "personality disorders"?
  3. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    01 Jun '16 22:06
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Make an effort to come up with something original.
    Okay.
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    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals

    "27. False Accusations - Patterns of unwarranted or exaggerated criticism directed towards someone else.

    28. Favoritism and Scapegoating - Systematically giving a dysfunctional amount of preferential positive or negative treatment to one individual among a family group of peers.

    29. Fe ...[text shortened]... having the reaction." (to be continued)

    http://outofthefog.net/CommonBehaviors/Top100Traits.html
    Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals

    "41. Identity Disturbance - A psychological term used to describe a distorted or inconsistent self-view

    42. Imposed Isolation - When abuse results in a person becoming isolated from their support network, including friends and family.

    43. Impulsiveness - The tendency to act or speak based on current feelings rather than logical reasoning.

    44. Infantilization - Treating a child as if they are much younger than their actual age.

    45. Intimidation - Any form of veiled, hidden, indirect or non-verbal threat.

    46. Invalidation - The creation or promotion of an environment which encourages an individual to believe that their thoughts, beliefs, values or physical presence are inferior, flawed, problematic or worthless.

    47. Lack of Conscience - Individuals who suffer from Personality Disorders are often preoccupied with their own agendas, sometimes to the exclusion of the needs and concerns of others. This is sometimes interpreted by others as a lack of moral conscience.

    48. Lack of Object Constancy - An inability to remember that people or objects are consistent, trustworthy and reliable, especially when they are out of your immediate field of vision.

    49. Low Self-Esteem - A common name for a negatively-distorted self-view which is inconsistent with reality." (to be continued) http://outofthefog.net/CommonBehaviors/Top100Traits.html
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    02 Jun '16 16:57
    50. death fixations
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    02 Jun '16 21:48
    Originally posted by divegeester
    50. death fixations
    What happens after you die?

    I think the answer depends on who you're asking. Ask an atheist and he'll tell you nothing. Ask a theist and he'll tell you judgement. Ask God and He'll tell you the truth.
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    09 Jun '16 20:16
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals

    "41. Identity Disturbance - A psychological term used to describe a distorted or inconsistent self-view

    42. Imposed Isolation - When abuse results in a person becoming isolated from their support network, including friends and family.

    43. Impulsiveness - The tendency to act or speak ba ...[text shortened]... consistent with reality." (to be continued) http://outofthefog.net/CommonBehaviors/Top100Traits.html
    Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals

    "50. Manipulation - The practice of steering an individual into a desired behavior for the purpose of achieving a hidden personal goal.

    51. Masking - Covering up one's own natural outward appearance, mannerisms and speech in dramatic and inconsistent ways depending on the situation.

    52. Mirroring - Imitating or copying another person's characteristics, behaviors or traits.

    53. Moments of Clarity - Spontaneous periods when a person with a Personality Disorder becomes more objective and tries to make amends.

    54. Mood Swings - Unpredictable, rapid, dramatic emotional cycles which cannot be readily explained by changes in external circumstances.

    55. Munchausen's and Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome - A disorder in which an individual repeatedly fakes or exaggerates medical symptoms in order to manipulate the attentions of medical professionals or caregivers.

    56. Name-Calling - Use of profane, derogatory or dehumanizing terminology to describe another individual or group.

    57. Narcissism - A set of behaviors characterized by a pattern of grandiosity, self-centered focus, need for admiration, self-serving attitude and a lack of empathy or consideration for others.

    58. Neglect - A passive form of abuse in which the physical or emotional needs of a dependent are disregarded or ignored by the person responsible for them.

    59. Normalizing - Normalizing is a tactic used to desensitize an individual to abusive, coercive or inappropriate behaviors. In essence, normalizing is the manipulation of another human being to get them to agree to, or accept something that is in conflict with the law, social norms or their own basic code of behavior.

    60. "Not My Fault" Syndrome - The practice of avoiding personal responsibility for one's own words and actions.

    61. No-Win Scenarios - When you are manipulated into choosing between two bad options." (to be continued) http://outofthefog.net/CommonBehaviors/Top100Traits.html
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    09 Jun '16 20:19
    Narcissism
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    09 Jun '16 21:28
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Narcissism
    exactly
  10. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    10 Jun '16 11:11
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Narcissism
    Your personal favorite of the "Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals"?
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    10 Jun '16 11:26
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Your personal favorite of the "Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals"?
    I think you are confusing me with someone who actually read you post. 😛
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    10 Jun '16 16:37
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Narcissism
    Narcissism is a personality disorder. The symptoms are denigrating others because of an inate inferiority complex which is made up for by being focused on one's own ideas and opinions about the way things are to the exclusion of opinions expressed by those who are better qualified to answer questions about personality disorders.
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    10 Jun '16 16:37
    Originally posted by divegeester
    I think you are confusing me with someone who actually read you post. 😛
    Case in point.
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    10 Jun '16 22:36
    Originally posted by josephw
    Narcissism is a personality disorder. The symptoms are denigrating others because of an inate inferiority complex which is made up for by being focused on one's own ideas and opinions about the way things are to the exclusion of opinions expressed by those who are better qualified to answer questions about personality disorders.
    You forgot to insert the " and the "
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    10 Jun '16 23:20
    Originally posted by Kegge
    You forgot to insert the " and the "
    Why are you making me follow you around theses threads like Seitse does?

    Do you want to be punished too? 😉
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