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  • James 17:24 on September 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    I get you 

    JAMES (eating plums): Mmm, these are good. Hi Mum, do you want one?

    JAMES’S MUM: No no, they’re yours. (Obvious lie. My mum loves plums.)

    JAMES: Are you sure?

    JAMES’S MUM: Oh, well don’t you want it?

    JAMES’S GIRLFRIEND (cutting in): If he wanted it, he wouldn’t have offered it. He’s simple like that (smiles). Eat the plum, Judy.

    JAMES (internally): Finally, someone who understands me.

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    • liferolle 17:30 on September 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Haha no you wouldn’t have offered. How’s things? Where in the world are you. Luverley. Changed name

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      • James 12:50 on September 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        It has indeed been a while. I’m afraid you’ll always ge Lovely to me. Liferolle sounds too much like a brand of ready-made pastry.

        I am in the south of France, getting some sun before winter. Where in the world are you, still NZ? Got rid of that family of yours yet?

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        • liferolle 17:22 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

          Haha no the kids are alive still. Husband I left 2yrs ago. I just changed it cod I didn’t watt people associating me with my blog but now I figured alot of shit out I need to live my truth.

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    • Amaterasu Solar 19:47 on September 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I am certain You would not have offered if You hadn’t gotten Your fill. Glad Your girlfriend “gets You.” [smile]

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      • James 12:53 on September 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks. It sure makes a change to the usual deluded wrecks I pull.

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  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 08:20 on October 31, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    The Corrupt DSM-5’s Missing Psychopathy Diagnosis 

    The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is the standard classification of mental disorders used by mental health professionals in the United States and contains a listing of diagnostic criteria for every psychiatric disorder recognized by the U.S. healthcare system. In addition to supplying detailed descriptions of diagnostic criteria, the DSM is also a necessary tool for collecting and communicating accurate public health statistics about the diagnosis of psychiatric disorders.

    In October, 2015, the DSM-5 transitioned to using ICD-10 codes for diagnosis, and psychopathy is listed as a diagnosis under Antisocial personality disorder, code ICD-10 F60.2

    It is very suspicious that the DSM-5 itself would leave out psychopathy as a diagnosis, since it is a concrete neurological condition. It points to corruption in the APA (American Psychiatric Association), most likely by psychopaths being in control of the DSM-5 publication. Scrutiny needs to placed on David Kupfer, who served as Chair of the DSM-5 Task Force.

    Psychopaths know they are different from childhood. They grow up to become more manipulative as time goes by. Society would best be served by diagnosing children so that they can be led to a less destructive life path. And, also schoolchildren should be taught the basics of personality disorders so we all don’t grow up oblivious to the deviant con artistry of the psychopath’s mask.

    The missing psychopathy diagnosis in the DSM-5 means that mental health care workers are discouraged from education in pinpointing that specific type of harm to society. The majority of mental health care workers do not know how to identify victims of the extreme abuse of psychopaths, and we are left floundering to do our own research.

    Excerpt from Comment submitted by Tina Taylor on October 31, 2016 to “Diagnosing Psychopathy:
    Psychopaths are manipulative and dangerous” by Scott A. Bonn Ph.D., Oct 23, 2016

     

    Psychopath TEST Politicians

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    • James 08:20 on December 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I know this is really old, but I only just saw it through Facebook. What about the current DSM entries relating to psychopathy (cluster B personality disorders, most particularly but not exclusively antisocial and narcissistic PDs) do you find inadequate?

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    • nowve666 14:41 on December 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      ASPD is all about behavior. Psychopathy involves one’s whole inner landscape. People diagnosed with ASPD do not all have a measurement of 25 or above on the PCL-R. The difference between a psychopath and a narcissist is that the narc needs “supply” from other people. The narc cares who others think of him and is capable of guilt. BTW, how did the excerpt from my blog post end up here? I don’t think I put it here. Just wondering.

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  • James 13:10 on July 6, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    21 unrelated facts about me 

    1. I am mixed-handed
    2. I am quite clumsy
    3. I have a low tolerance to pain
    4. I am a synaesthesiac
    5. I still think fart noises are funny
    6. I find most social interactions quite tedious
    7. I speak French and Spanish
    8. I am shit at mental maths
    9. I have irresponsibly high self-esteem
    10. I am endlessly intrigued by David Bowie’s Life On Mars?
    11. I am not a misanthrope
    12. I like climbing – and jumping off – tall things
    13. I have no pets, but I do grow cacti for pleasure
    14. I find religious worship repugnant
    15. I am proud to not have a criminal record, despite being a criminal
    16. I think Doctor Who is the best idea for a TV series ever
    17. I am mildly arachnophobic
    18. I cook a mighty fine ratatouille
    19. I believe human lifespan is tragically short
    20. I don’t love anyone
    21. I want to be God – capital G; the definite article

    How many can you relate to?

     
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