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Paula: Beauty / Ugly

After church today, I sauntered through the farmer’s market and stopped to photograph the colorful flowers above.  This constitutes the “beauty” part of my post, and it sure as heck needs some beauty because the rest of it is UGLY. 1,084 more words

Psychopath

313: Confessions of A Sociopath

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review

Synopsis

The first memoir of its kind, Confessions of a Sociopath is an engrossing, highly captivating narrative of the author’s life as a diagnosed sociopath. 591 more words

Reviews

From the Dark Perspective of Barik Valken

I am the cashier that you yelled at for checking your items out too slow. I am the car salesman that sold you that piece of shit lemon that you drive. 627 more words

Journal

3:09 AM

It’s funny listening to other people’s conversations. It’s even funnier when you are in their group while they are doing it. I am not apart of anyone’s inner circle. 704 more words

Journal

Pass the Carrot

He paid them a visit, because he felt that he had not been treated with respect when he called them to make an appointment. He felt an urgent need to go intimidate them. 229 more words

Predators And Prey

SocioInka

Below is written from a man, who has been horribly victimized/discarded by a Sociopath. Please take the time to read this, and if you are able to leave a comment with some suggestions, perspective, he will sincerely appreciate it. 2,299 more words

Sociopath

Six Habits That May Lead You Into an Abusive Relationship

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1. Apologizing for things that are not your fault or completely ridiculous.

I am sorry the store ran out of milk, I should have chosen a different store, it is my fault. 783 more words

Life

Persia Karema reblogged this on Blog Of A Mad Black Woman and commented:

"The choice to abuse is made by the abuser and is not the fault of people with immature thought patterns or well-meaning habits. But these habits can be used to rationalize an abusive experience and lead to misery. So why not look at what you are doing that may be jeopardizing your judgement of people when it comes to partnerships? It can’t hurt, but abuse can." ~ Betternotbroken