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  1. SubscriberSuzianne
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    12 Jun '16 06:09
    Originally posted by Kegge
    You forgot to insert the " and the "
    The "what" and the "what"?
  2. SubscriberSuzianne
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    12 Jun '16 06:10
    Originally posted by josephw
    Why are you making me follow you around theses threads like Seitse does?

    Do you want to be punished too? 😉
    He prefers to be taken to school by cute blondes. 😀
  3. Stargazing
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    12 Jun '16 07:21
    Originally posted by josephw
    Case in point.
    What case and what point?
  4. Stargazing
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    12 Jun '16 07:22
    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.
    Do you think using Bible verses to insult someone on an Internet forum board could be classified within your description?
  5. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    12 Jun '16 07:57
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    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 ...[text shortened]... between two bad options." (to be continued) http://outofthefog.net/CommonBehaviors/Top100Traits.html
    Top 100 Traits of Personality-Disordered Individuals

    "62. Objectification - The practice of treating a person or a group of people like an object.

    63. Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior - An inflexible adherence to arbitrary rules and systems, or an illogical adherence to cleanliness and orderly structure.

    64. Panic Attacks - Short intense episodes of fear or anxiety, often accompanied by physical symptoms, such as hyperventilating, shaking, sweating and chills.

    65. Parental Alienation Syndrome - When a separated parent convinces their child that the other parent is bad, evil or worthless.

    66. Parentification - A form of role reversal, in which a child is inappropriately given the role of meeting the emotional or physical needs of the parent or of the family’s other children.

    67. Passive-Aggressive Behavior - Expressing negative feelings in an unassertive, passive way.

    68. Pathological Lying - Persistent deception by an individual to serve their own interests and needs with little or no regard to the needs and concerns of others. A pathological liar is a person who habitually lies to serve their own needs.

    69. Perfectionism - The maladaptive practice of holding oneself or others to an unrealistic, unattainable or unsustainable standard of organization, order, or accomplishment in one particular area of living, while sometimes neglecting common standards of organization, order or accomplishment in other areas of living.

    70. Physical Abuse - Any form of voluntary behavior by one individual which inflicts pain, disease or discomfort on another, or deprives them of necessary health, nutrition and comfort.

    71. Projection - The act of attributing one's own feelings or traits to another person and imagining or believing that the other person has those same feelings or traits.

    72. Proxy Recruitment - A way of controlling or abusing another person by manipulating other people into unwittingly backing “doing the dirty work”

    73. Push-Pull - A chronic pattern of sabotaging and re-establishing closeness in a relationship without appropriate cause or reason." (to be continued) http://outofthefog.net/CommonBehaviors/Top100Traits.html
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