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Hello all! The following is taken directly and with all permission surely from my bible www. bullyonline. com. (:bulletwhite: www.bullyonline.org/related/fa… :bulletwhite:) Perhaps it will be of interest to one person, maybe more, maybe none!

I am very, very sick today, please forgive me if you're waiting upon or curious of a response or any communication from me. I love you all, Audra.


Where are people bullied?

  • at work by their manager or co-workers or subordinates, or by their clients (bullying, workplace bullying, mobbing, work abuse, harassment, discrimination)
  • at home by their partner or parents or siblings or children (bullying, assault, domestic violence, abuse, verbal abuse)
  • at school (bullying, harassment, assault)
  • in the care of others, such as in hospital, convalescent homes, care homes, residential homes (bullying, harassment, assault)
  • in the armed forces (bullying, harassment, discrimination, assault)
  • by those in authority (harassment, abuse of power)
  • by neighbors and landlords (bullying, harassment)
  • by strangers (harassment, stalking, assault, sexual assault, rape, grievous bodily harm, murder)

Bullying in the family
Dealing with a serial bully, psychopath or sociopath in the family Issues: bullying relations, family bullying, abusive partners, abusive relationships, power, control, domination, subjugation, manipulation, intimidation, narcissism, attention seeking, arrogance, fear, shame, embarrassment, guilt, denial.
 
The bully at work is a serial bully at home and in the community. All serial bullies have been through school and all have families and neighbors. An increasing number of inquiries come from people dealing with family bullying. The violence committed by a serial bully is almost entirely psychological, for psychological violence leaves no scars and no physical evidence. Most commonly the violence takes the form of verbal abuse and emotional abuse including trivial nit-picking criticism, constant fault-finding combined with a simultaneous refusal to recognize, value, acknowledge and praise. Manipulation, isolation and exclusion are other favorite tactics, as is feigning victim hood or persecution, especially when held accountable.


The objectives of serial bullies are Power, Control, Domination and Subjugation. These are achieved by a number of means including dis empowerment, the stimulation of excessive levels of fear, shame, embarrassment and guilt, manipulation (especially of emotions and perceptions), ritual humiliation and constant denial. When you live with someone who is constantly denying what they said or did a day ago, or an hour ago, or even a minute ago, it drives you crazy. When the symptoms of injury to health start to become apparent, the bully will tell others you have a "mental health problem". You may be mad, but this is not mad insane, this is mad angry.


Control is a common indicator of the serial bully at home - control of finances, control of movements, control over choice of friends, control of the right to work, control over what to think, and so on. All are designed to dis empower.


A favorite tactic of the bully in the family is to set people against each other. The benefits to the bully are that:

a) the bully gains a great deal of gratification (a perverse form of satisfaction) from encouraging and provoking argument, quarreling and hostility, and then from watching others engage in adversarial interaction and destructive conflict, and
b) the ensuing conflict ensures that people's attention is distracted and diverted away from the cause of the conflict
The family bully encourages and manipulates family members etc to lie, act dishonorably and dishonestly, withhold information, spread misinformation, and to punish the target for alleged infractions, ie the family members become the bully's unwitting (and sometimes witting) instruments of harassment.
Bullies are adept at distorting peoples' perceptions with intent to engender a negative view of their target in the minds of family members, neighbors, friends and people in positions of officialdom and authority; this is achieved through undermining, the creation of doubts and suspicions, and the sharing of false concerns, etc. This poisoning of people's minds is difficult to counter, however explaining the game in a calm articulate manner helps people to see through the mask of deceit and to understand how and why they are being used as pawns.

WHAT IS 'BULLYING'?

  1. Constant nit-picking, fault-finding and criticism of a trivial nature - the triviality, regularity and frequency betray bullying; often there is a grain of truth (but only a grain) in the criticism to fool you into believing the criticism has validity, which it does not; often, the criticism is based on distortion, misrepresentation or fabrication
  2. Simultaneous with the criticism, a constant refusal to acknowledge you and your contributions and achievements or to recognize your existence and value
  3. Constant attempts to undermine you and your position, status, worth, value and potential where you are in a group (eg at work), being singled out and treated differently; for instance, everyone else can get away with murder but the moment you put a foot wrong - however trivial - action is taken against you
  4. Being isolated and separated from colleagues, excluded from what's going on, marginalized, overruled, ignored, sidelined, frozen out, sent to Coventry
  5. Being belittled, demeaned and patronized, especially in front of others
  6. Being humiliated, shouted at and threatened, often in front of others
  7. Being overloaded with work, or having all your work taken away and replaced with either menial tasks (filing, photocopying, minute taking) or with no work at all
  8. Finding that your work - and the credit for it - is stolen and plagiarized
  9. Having your responsibility increased but your authority taken away
  10. Having annual leave, sickness leave, and - especially - compassionate leave refused
  11. Being denied training necessary for you to fulfill your duties
  12. Having unrealistic goals set, which change as you approach them
  13. Also deadlines which are changed at short notice - or no notice - and without you being informed until it's too late
  14. Finding that everything you say and do is twisted, distorted and misrepresented
  15. Being subjected to disciplinary procedures with verbal or written warnings imposed for trivial or fabricated reasons and without proper investigation
  16. Being coerced into leaving through no fault of your own, constructive dismissal, early or ill-health retirement, etc

How do I recognize a bully?

Who does this describe in your life?

  • Jekyll & Hyde nature - vicious and vindictive in private, but innocent and charming in front of witnesses; no-one can (or wants to) believe this individual has a vindictive nature - only the current target sees both sides
  • is a convincing, compulsive liar and when called to account, will make up anything spontaneously to fit their needs at that moment
  • uses lots of charm and is always plausible and convincing when peers, superiors or others are present; the motive of the charm is deception and its purpose is to compensate for lack of empathy
  • relies on mimicry to convince others that they are a "normal" human being but their words, writing and deeds are hollow, superficial and glib
  • displays a great deal of certitude and self-absurdness to mask their insecurity
  • excels at deception
  • exhibits unusual inappropriate attitudes to sexual matters or sexual behavior; underneath the charming exterior there are often suspicions or intimations of sexual harassment, sex discrimination or sexual abuse (sometimes racial prejudice as well)
  • exhibits much controlling behavior and is a control freak
  • displays a compulsive need to criticize whilst simultaneously refusing to acknowledge, value and praise others
  • when called upon to share or address the needs and concerns of others, responds with impatience, irritability and aggression
  • often has an overwhelming, unhealthy and narcissistic need to portray themselves as a wonderful, kind, caring and compassionate person, in contrast to their behavior and treatment of others; the bully is oblivious to the discrepancy between how they like to be seen (and believe they are seen), and how they are actually seen
  • has an overbearing belief in their qualities of leadership but cannot distinguish between leadership (maturity, decisiveness, assertiveness, trust and integrity) and bullying (immaturity, impulsiveness, aggression, distrust and deceitfulness)
  • when called to account, immediately and aggressively denies everything, then counter-attacks with distorted or fabricated criticisms and allegations; if this is insufficient, quickly feigns victim hood, often by bursting into tears (the purpose is to avoid answering the question and thus evade accountability by manipulating others through the use of guilt)
  • is also ... aggressive, devious, manipulative, spiteful, vengeful, doesn't listen, can't sustain mature adult conversation, lacks a conscience, shows no remorse, is drawn to power, emotionally cold and flat, humorless, joyless, ungrateful, dysfunctional, disruptive, divisive, rigid and inflexible, selfish, insincere, insecure, immature and deeply inadequate, especially in interpersonal skills
WHAT DOES 'BULLYING' DO TO YOUR HEALTH?
  • constant high levels of stress and anxiety
  • frequent illness such as viral infections especially flu and glandular fever, colds, coughs, chest, ear, nose and throat infections (stress plays havoc with your immune system)
  • aches and pains in the joints and muscles with no obvious cause; also back pain with no obvious cause and which won't go away or respond to treatment
  • headaches and migraines
  • tiredness, exhaustion, constant fatigue
  • sleeplessness, nightmares, waking early, waking up more tired than when you went to bed
  • flashbacks and replays, obsessiveness, can't get the bullying out of your mind
  • irritable bowel syndrome
  • skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, athlete's foot, ulcers, shingles, urticaria
  • poor concentration, can't concentrate on anything for long
  • bad or intermittently-functioning memory, forgetfulness, especially with trivial day-to-day things
  • sweating, trembling, shaking, palpitations, panic attacks
  • tearfulness, bursting into tears regularly and over trivial things
  • uncharacteristic irritability and angry outbursts
  • hyper vigilance (feels like but is not paranoia), being constantly on edge
  • hypersensitivity, fragility, isolation, withdrawal
  • reactive depression, a feeling of woebegone, lethargy, hopelessness, anger, futility and more
  • shattered self-confidence, low self-worth, low self-esteem, loss of self-love, etc.
 



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loreleft27 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah wished it would end tooo........hard to live life when everything is completely backwards...
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J-Wolfe15 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
I hate bullies and that is a great song. ^.^
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks and I am not a big fan of them either my friend. You are the first to comment on the musical selection!! I almost used some floyd, but didn't think it would drive the point out as well!:hug:
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J-Wolfe15 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
You're welcome and good to hear. ^.^ :hug: I generally try to comment on all aspects of entries/submissions. ^.~ I have to agree with that last point. ~W^
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:) Not everyone would understand surely! :hug:
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J-Wolfe15 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
Tis a possibility. *hugs back*
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Creativeness Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013   General Artist
Appreciate the good people in your life. It's a blessing when people are nice and polite. Good people can have bad days, and they say they are sorry. But those bad days are few and very far between. Apologies come often from people who bully, or often not at all, because they are not even aware of the hurt they caused, because they have no empathy...
:hug:
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You are always nice to me, and polite! I think I am nice by nature, it is hard for me to let anyone down, or think to hurt someone purposely, with no recourse at all. I'm just weary of them. I know the bully mindset intimately. Both my parents are diagnosed narcissists, and consequently I've had the worst possible happen from it. I am glad to know you my friend. I believe some actually become 'self aware' but then what? They don't think like me. They do not emote but for themselves. They are killers on the road!!
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Creativeness Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013   General Artist
I sometimes wonder what the evolutionary purpose of such total emotional disconnect from others is all about. Love is all about caring about and feeling for other people and animals and nature. And getting the love back, because the nature, animals and other people love you just the same. It's a good thing 99 out of a 100 people are NOT psychopaths.
There is a beautiful saying, or whatever it is called in english, that goes:
'' Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. ''
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mk-kayem Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
Hi Audrey,

Sorry to hear you are ill... get better quick!! Take care of yourself, k?

As for bullying in school, I was always the new kid... moved every year starting in sixth grade...and so had all the boys on my side because of it, and teenaged girls are abject followers--mostly they befriended me. I was never picked on or bullied, and even had the power to yell at bullies who picked on other kids and got away with it! I was proud of that.

However, my life took a turn for the worse when I married a total bully. He fit the description on your list to a T. It took me years to get away from him and I don't think my self esteem will ever be the same. I was stupid. So stupid.

I have trust issues now. There is a happy ending to this story, as I married again in 2009 and wow, what a difference! I now know about love and trust.

Thanks for listening and for the journal entry. :hug: Kaydy
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi Kaydy! Your brief story here is so much like mine! Oh boy, me too...I have both parents narcissists. I changed schools so many times, depression and low self esteem buried itself in me yet my spirit endured. I had a severe run in or two with relationships with bullies after my husband died. It was horrible as you know, you cannot win a game you don't know you're supposed to be playing. I am sorry for your trauma, surely I am my friend! I know though, you'll keep going further now and a true hero of a war that is being waged only invisible to most. I love you, and thanks for all..Audra :hug:
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surrealistic-gloom Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
Narcissistic people can be so harmful! And bullying seems to become a norm in our world. At school, at work, at home...
Thank you for this precious article!
Wishing you to get better, my sweet Audra! :iconskizzplz:
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconloveyousignplz:Thank you dear friend. Thanks for everything!
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artamusica Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Dear Audra, you definitely need a break and a rest and to regenerate. Well done for recognizing the issues that you are facing as that is more than half the battle! You've got loads of support here anyway, and I hope that you have a safe, healthy place to rest and get away from all the obvious turmoil. Let let the anger go. We had a talk at the school where I teach from a man from Northern Ireland who was blinded at the age of 10 by a British soldier when a rubber bullet hit him right between the eyes as he was running on the edge of the school playground. As an adult he met the soldier who fired the shot and found that he actually liked the man. He said that anger is like a cup of poison that you drink which only harms yourself when you want to hurt the other person. So if anger gets you to pull up your socks and stand up for yourself, great, use it for that. But then let it go, I don't want you to be the one hurt by the poison. Just browse through a beautiful gallery of artworks, listen to some wonderful calming music that you love, but other beautiful things and people in front of you, and to be with you. And drink lots of water to get the toxins out of your system that you make when you are angry--this will help cleanse the body even as you have to find the way to cleanse and refresh your mind. Sending the biggest hug ever!! :hug:
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fearless-frog Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hope you feel better soon :hug:

Thank you for posting this, I can relate to it all. The worst thing about being bullied for me was that I couldn't see it and thought I was in the wrong. After a lot of counselling, I understand much more. Unfortunately, I seem to be a magnet for bullies but I've vowed not to take shit from anyone ever again. Whether I can achieve this is another matter.

I hope everyone who reads this post gains some insight, comfort or whatever they need to feel better about themselves.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you Richard with all my heart! And it goes without saying that I feel real empathy for how you have felt and will feel! It is those like you among us who are the true hero's and the veterans for all of our world! I know now for sure you merit!

Yes, unfortunately so many of our brothers and sisters never can reach the enlightenment you have. Thanks my dear friend, for it is truly the noble who act upon what they understand. Love you. :hug:


"What's This Life For?"

Hurray for a child
That makes it through
If there's any way
Because the answer lies in you
They're laid to rest
Before they've known just what to do
Their souls are lost
Because they could never find
What's this life for

I see your soul, it's kind of gray
You see my heart, you look away
You see my wrist, I know your pain
I know your purpose on your plane
Don't say a last prayer
Because you could never find
What's this life for

But they ain't here anymore
Don't have to settle the score
Cause we all live
Under the reign of one king


But they ain't here anymore,
Don't have to settle no Goddamn score
'Cause we all live under the reign,
I said, you know, of
But they ain't here anymore,
Don't have to settle no Goddamn score
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LacedShadowDiamond Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I was bullied throughout my school years, it eventually stopped when I got to college but I was like an abused puppy, I used to defend myself unnecessarily and this made people more wary of me.
When I was in secondary school I kept my head down and worked towards my GCSEs. Because I was a bigger girl I was tormented and tortured because of it. They would corner me and call me names constantly, push me, put chewing gum in my hair or draw on my clothes.
I hated it but I'm definitely better for it, I've grown to be a better person.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Screw those people!:iconmsepicfailplz:

I am sorry you had to live through the hell-I understand it as if I am inside your mind. I think so many people forget, don't care, or don't even think about how they abused and traumatized any kid back in school who was not their idea of a 'normal' size. It always made me sick. These are the first kids to be bullied and throughout their lives too. I never bullied anyone, but was a victim of bullying at home and school. So many issues arise from this. However like you, I've become enlightened to a whole new understanding of people and the world because of it. Therefore we are the ones who in the end, have a victory over these people and we know it! Love ya kiddo! Audra :hug:
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LacedShadowDiamond Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I'm much better for it now, I have a lovely fiance and have a flat. The people who once bullied me barely have lives, when they see me out they turn and scurry in the opposite direction.
I don't care anymore, I would happily speak to them.
Love ya too Audra!
Get some rest :)
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CaringheartTTR Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry to hear you're really sick Audra :hug:s hope you feel better soon.
So true about those horrible bullies. I've experienced many things like that.
Even at my previous work I had multiple who treated me like scum and then pretended they hadn't done anything to me. One of them which is for me the main bully. Has used 4 times actually physical violence against me and a 5th time it was a form of physical violence. I still hate going near that place. These days I call it " The Dumbo Store" because they let someone get away with using physical violence against me, and when I just used a verbal ugly word they fired me instantly.
For my current work I had to deliver a few times there, that place still tires me out when I've been there.
The same night I sleep either so tight that it feels like as if I'm leaving my body or I sleep very very restless.
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Undead-Academy Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Bullies are losers and cowards who have very low self esteem :(
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Patty yes they are. You said it just right!!
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Undead-Academy Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks my friend :)
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Seri-goyle Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
This describes my boss to a T. She's got such a hold over her family that's she's currently on her oldest daughter's honeymoon. I knew she was bullying us at work, but didn't realize her family weirdness was bullying too. Thanks for the info. :)
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello dear friend! Oh boy oh boy...do you think this will all end badly or do you look to find a better solution? As far as I'm concerned, I have so much love in my heart but carry no love or hate for the bully, just I know people like yourself are out here keeping an eyes and recognizing their crap. I will keep all in my thoughts that it is stopped in the most positive manner possible. Love you Audra:):hug:
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Seri-goyle Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
Oh, I'm sure this will end badly, for her, anyway. In the past few days while she's away, I've learned just how badly she's doing her job. I knew she was purposefully alienating most of the other workers in the building, and slavedriving us, but I didn't know that she was screwing up her own efforts to turn a massive profit for the company.

I simply do my best to keep my own job while I wait for her to fall. I appreciate your concern, and will do my best to keep my own head above the general crap.
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DuncanJBerry Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I was bullied throughout elementary school and high school. Children that are bullied have the same symptoms as war veterans. I took years of therapy to get me on an even keel. ..And here I am: a teacher.
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LordReserei Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That sounds like myself, between Primary School and Secondary School (I'm in the UK). Although I've never gotten over those years, and I developed Social Anxiety Disorder as well as an introverted personality because of them. It's been almost a decade since...

What's always kept me going though is my younger brother, now a niece, and just trying to make things better for others as well as raise more awareness.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I have suffered the same fate as you and all the others here who have commented :hug: in fact, have been re traumatized recently and have PTSD...sitting in isolation right now my friend, I'm so sorry for you having to experience such horror, that is what it is. I love you though...:hug: Audra!
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DuncanJBerry Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think in my personal experience, having both my parents diagnosed narcissists left me little hope to escape the bullying I've fallen prey to from childhood into adulthood. Unfortunately few survive such odds. On the bright side...(there's a paradox wrapped up in a pair of ducks!!) those such as you are the most beautiful and profound paradigms of hope for the future of all mankind!
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DuncanJBerry Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
:hug:
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R9A Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
Very interesting. When I was reading the attributes I instantly had to think about sociopathy.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
....Hmmm perhaps you're saying that the word 'bully' is only a euphemism for a 'sociopath'? That would make roughly about 15% of the population a huge threat to polite society;)
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R9A Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
15%? :omg: But at least there are similarities.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I remember reading a book a few years back I believe was titled, 'the sociopath next door' an very informative and illuminating look into the phenomena. Last research as I've conducted, roughly 15% of the western culture is thought to have this disorder. Very rarely, very few indeed, even after their own cognizance of it will choose to control their behavior even then.

One of the best series of texts I've read (I just don't have the energy or time at this moment to google all their names for this particular arena!:lol:)was done by an actual psychologist in England who was himself a diagnosed Narcissist anti-social, i.e., sociopath, gave the best insight we have into the working of their mind, as far as I'm concerned, in an academic format at least, explaining his innermost thoughts. He can't change or won't but the woman he married understand this and decides on her own free will to stay with him. Weird.
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JocelyneR Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
It may be very useful for people not respected, often bullied.
Thank you so much for sharing! :heart:
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Jocelyn-your words are nothing but priceless here for me! Thank you for making my world always a little better!:heart:
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JocelyneR Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
You are an awesome person, Audra, so very heartfelt. I hope you realize it.
You deserve much love! :iconpaintheartplz:
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconfaint-plz::iconfaintsplz:You are an amazing person, artist and mentor - Thank you my dear friend, love ya Audra!:iconkawaiieevee1plz::iconkawaiieevee2plz:
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EnhancedStar Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I always forgive you.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
why would you forgive me?
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EnhancedStar Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Because I like you and your photo.
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:blush:I'll take pocket this for a rainy day surely! Thanks my friend!
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EnhancedStar Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Anytime
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconkawaiigiraffeplz::iconloveyousignplz:
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EnhancedStar Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Anytime
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconshrimp-shushiplz:
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Jessegc Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So what was this for?
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AudraMBlackburnsArt Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
why do you ask?
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