Monday, June 25, 2012

Young at heart

I came upon this quote from Charles Baudelaire that “Genius is nothing more nor less than childhood recovered at will.”  It made me think of the many ways in which I am inherently childish.  Sometimes I'm childlike in a way that gives me a competitive advantage, e.g. the creative, outside the box thinking to which Baudelaire alludes.  Sometimes I'm childish in less advantageous ways, like being overly reckless and self centered.


They say that sociopaths mellow with age.  The other day I was remembering some of my more stupid escapades, realizing that it has been at least a few years since I have done something whose stupidity is almost wholly due to stunted emotional growth.  I read recently in the New Yorker that even Tucker Max, one of the founding authors of the genre "fratire" and widely known and loved for his immense immaturity, has given up his former partying life, takes yoga classes, and is seeing a psychotherapist in the hopes of finding balance. [Is Tucker Max also a sociopath?  According to his website: I get excessively drunk at inappropriate times, disregard social norms, indulge every whim, ignore the consequences of my actions, mock idiots and posers, sleep with more women than is safe or reasonable, and just generally act like a raging dickhead.] 

Interestingly, the people who have fallen in love with me (as opposed to obsession) have essentially fallen in love with the child in me.  People associate childlike qualities with a certain innocence.  And there is something charming about a grown person, brilliant and successful, ruthless and hard, also showing the sometimes naïveté and guilelessness of a child.  There was something about that contrast between the unyielding me that the rest of the world sees versus the soft me that most were blind to that appealed to my lovers' protector/nurturing instincts.

In the book The Little Prince, a pilot, long at odds with the seriousness of the adult world, gets stranded in the desert and meets a boy prince who is able to see past the unimportant details of life that cloud grown up eyes and see what is most essential about the pilot.  In a Scientific American blog post entitled, "The Big Lesson of a Little Prince: (Re)capture the Creativity of Childhood":

Saint-Exupéry’s larger point about creativity and thought is difficult to overstate: as we age, how we see the world changes. It is the rare person who is able to hold on to the sense of wonderment, of presence, of sheer enjoyment of life and its possibilities that is so apparent in our younger selves. As we age, we gain experience. We become better able to exercise self-control. We become more in command of our faculties, our thoughts, our desires. But somehow, we lose sight of the effortless ability to take in the world in full. The very experience that helps us become successful threatens to limit our imagination and our sense of the possible. When did experience ever limit the fantasy of a child?

The article goes on to describe an experiment in which the control group was asked to respond to the writing prompt, "imagine school is cancelled for the day", while the experimental group was asked to respond to the same prompt while pretending they are 7 years old.  Those writing as a 7 year old showed significantly more originality of thought: "Imagining yourself a child, it seems, can quite literally make your mind more flexible, more original, more open to creative input and more capable of generating creative output."

Interestingly the full Baudelaire quote suggests that the ideal is a childlike state of mind with all of the experience and knowledge we have gained as adults: "Genius is no more than childhood recaptured at will, childhood equipped now with man’s physical means to express itself, and with the analytical mind that enables it to bring order into the sum of experience, involuntarily amassed."  I hope this is what is meant by sociopaths "mellowing" as they age.

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  1. I've read The Little Prince. It's a lovely story. What a thought provoking post by you today, M.E.

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  2. Be as wise as serpents, gentle as doves.

    You must enter the Kingdom of Heaven( i.e. find God) as a little child.

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    1. Missed that part, now it's too late for god. Actually I tried to speak with good, then I was younger and said, that I'll believe in it if it'll do ~ for me. It didn't...

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    2. Sadly Christians are still held firmly prisoner by the self perpetuating brainwashing

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    3. Mee, God's not a geenie in a lamp.
      Try to find out who He is.

      Read the book "The Shack" by William P. Young it's a great read.

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    4. Hi Angel ^^^

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    5. Were you talking to Santa Clause or God? :)

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    6. Why should I read about it, if I don't need it? Life is pretty good even without this entity for me :)
      Well sometimes I wonder,that if god exists, I really have a good/bad angel/spirit guarding me...

      Anon643, no, I only wrote a few letters to Claus, because my parents suggested it. People only talk to god... and I never believed in Santa. I soo through the mask. The clothes santas wore, were ment for carnival. But I attended these ceremonies anyway. And I completely rejected this old fart, then I asked for lego, but got a mobile phone :D

      My world consists of me, people, other things we all see, and fairytales, created to control and enterntain these people. But I like fairytales :p

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  3. Fantastic article and commentary, ME!

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    1. Monica, I don't want to offend you or anything, but I'm curious: you wrote this because you wanted to write something, but had nothing to write? :/
      It was something like "look, I'm still alive"?

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    2. No, Mee, I love this article and commentary. I just wanted to say that. I have a very childlike part that I would like to retain, as I, hopefully, get more maturity.

      The key is to not get bitter as you get more mature.

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  4. What's up with the posts today ? They aren't working.

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  5. It would be great if this article is true that it really does happen!

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  6. Testing testing 123

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  7. Why are posts not working ?

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  8. "a few years since I have done something whose stupidity is almost wholly due to stunted emotional growth. "

    First, you ain't a socio, bitch. Socio are too stupid to even see a difference, they have no emotions about the enchantments. So first , fuck you, and second, the reason why "adults" dont think like children is because they ended up "following" society, got a shitty job and worked it for years. Jay-z is childlike. So fuck you and your mama too!

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  9. How To Heal a PDJune 25, 2012 at 7:25 AM

    Dr Alice Miller has some ground breaking concepts. They were so ground breaking that she was ostracized by her peers. That kind of person is, generally, on the money and an innovator.

    One of her concepts is "Fear of the Parent". She uses this on a wider scale then just the parent/child relationship, as did Milgrim, as he tried to figure out man's relationship with authority.

    "Fear of the Parent" talks about groups being afraid of the authority, as the authority, subconsciously, becomes the parent.

    I noticed this in ME's last talk with us. ME said that he did not comment on the comment form, as people would take his lead.

    This is an example of "Fear of the Parent".

    I have more info on Alice Miller, as she is a genius, a free thinker and a rebel. These types have a lot to offer, as there are so few of them.

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    1. That is the dumbest thing you have said, to date, Kany. It is hard to choose though, as you are a dumb fucking idiot.

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    2. You're kinda fun to fuck with. :-)

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    3. Yep, well, the fuckee can learn things from the fucker, so all is good shit.

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    4. Right? I mean if Monica can improve, anyone can.

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    5. Speaking of, did Monica transform into someone else a long time ago and I just missed it?

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    6. Monica is just one interesting piece of ass.

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  10. There are positive qualities of youth (innocence, awe, purity, resilience, creativity, appreciation for life, playfulness, seeking new experiences)

    Then there are negative qualities of youth (selfishness, insecurity, wrecklessness, lack of concern for others, immaturity/crass/lack of refinement, irresponsibility, ignorant)

    Cluster B types (like sociopaths) tend to embody more of the negative qualities and claim they are youthful in a more admirable way than is really true. They also tend to warp the more positive attributes, like being playful in a sadistic way, or claiming innocence through ignorance, or being creative in a destructive way, and so on and so forth.

    They are more like bratty little children who disobey simply for the sake of it and when the screw something up because they disobeyed they just say "well I didn't know so its not my fault!" and of course response is "we told you not to do it you little dumbass and if you would have stopped and listened we wouldn't have this problem now!" but they still don't get it. They are not the innocent and adorable little girl who says she likes to read fantasy books and wishes she could fly, enjoys her dance classes, likes helping mommy in the garden and loves strawberries. They are the rotten little boy who tortures the dog, who bullies the neighbor and says it was his fault for being stupid, the boy who lights his sisters toys on fire, and shoves others aside whenever the opportunity to play "hero" arises just so that he can fuck it up and claim he didn't, they are the brat that talks smack, they are the crass child that makes everyone wonder "will they calm down before adulthood or are they going to be a dangerous and dumb adult?"

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    1. I noticed the nice kid is female and the cruel kid is male. Care to explain why you are such a misogynist? Why do you make females put to look weak?

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    2. That's because this poster is modeling the examples off of you and me. I enjoy my dance classes so so much, and help mommy all day long. Pick wild flowers, and skip through the fields humming church hymns.

      You, on the other hand... you put throw flaming shit bags at the boy down the street. Sell razor blades to all the first graders who have anger management, issues, and push old ladies into oncoming traffic!

      I love being a girl!

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    3. Checking to see if this post shows up.

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    4. Anon 7:28 right on!

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    5. Lol. That's pretty much the joy of it. We're the sensitive sex, and thereby, incapable of real manly type wrong doing. :-)

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  11. My socio is 50 and constantly acts like a child... from his impulsivity to the things he thinks are funny to the things he eats to his never ending need for ego strokes. He said he "doesn't need shit from anyone" when I asked him why he needs to have so many women stroking his ego at the same time and yet his actions speak otherwise. I tried to take your advice and run but he freaked out. He asked me for "compassion, trust and friendship" and begged me to "accept him as he is." I was reading an old tweet from socioworld-- something to the effect of "We want a victim who knows what we are and what things we will do, and is willing to allow us to do them. It's the ultimate 'win'." and my question is isn't this just the universal longing to be understood, connected, feel union with another? Why/how do socios long for that sensation if they have such limited emotions? And if I am just a piece of ass to him why won't he let me go? I know he's got others... And YES, I realize this guy could just be a cad not a true socio but I'm still interested to hear what you all think so let's just assume for the sake of argument that he is one.

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    1. He doesn't like YOU, he likes your personality and features. And we don't like to loose control of the items we own...

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    2. Damn it, I posted in the wrong spot.
      Anyways:
      Their life is one big contradiction... so an attempt to form an understanding of something that can't even understand itself is a waste.

      What is known, however, is thattt they have no conscience, but a "guideline." They feel no remorse. - They simply do not care. . . . . . So no, those wanting a willing victim to play with are not fundamentally crying for anything you mentioned... unless it gets them what they want.

      Click around the blog. You'll gain as much "piece of mind" as at all possible.
      -Bright Eyes

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    3. Hmmmm. I guess I don't really understand. My personality and my features are ME. What else is there? My heart? My soul? Both are esoteric illusions at best.

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    4. And you HAVE to make up your mind, because it will only get worse if you hesitate. He could start beating you or imprison you or lock your stuff so you wouldn't be able to flee. If you want to get away, you have to do it asap and then contact a lawyer for the apartment, etc.

      And if you want to stay... he may not have emotions, but you can always reason with him. Try to tell him what you don't like and use as many arguments as possible (not emotional). He probably will continue doing things, but on a slightly lower level and will be aware, which is good for a start.

      And whatever you decide to do, keep us informed! :)

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    5. Let's just say that sociopaths like and see things differently.

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    6. Reason with him? Wouldn't he just turn it around and make everything her fault and justify his actions in the fullest. He has a front, obviously, but if he doesn't fundamentally care then how can you actually reason beyond a short term show?

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    7. He sees you not as a person, but as something that tells good jokes, makes good food, is good in bed, likes to watch soaps, etc.
      Do you have an item that you like to use and wouldn't like to loose?

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    8. GE, aguess I used a wrong word, again. I ment that she should talk and say what she don't like, say why and tell that she'll leave unless he'll change his behaviour. Something like that :)

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    9. Haha YES he sees things differently that's for sure. He is not violent... or at least I have never seen any evidence of that. Although he does have a scar from a knife fight...(Yes, I am laughing at myself right now) but that was from when he was much younger- hopefully evidence that he has mellowed with age?:) We don't live together although he constantly offers his place if I ever decide to leave the person I do live with. He never actually asks me to leave though. It's all very subtle and manipulative. I asked him to never contact me again, to let me go. It's complicated because we run in the same social circles. And I love him.

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    10. If he is a Sociopath, you love "him." =/

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    11. ...not at all who is really is.

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    12. Anon 840 do I have an item I like to use and wouldn't want to lose? Not really. I practice non-attachment...and I know that change is the only constant. And regarding reasoning with him- forming an argument not based on emotions would be so foreign and challenging for me. I'll have to think about that.

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    13. Not violent now...
      Hey, I wasn't paying enough attention on this problem of yours before, so could you tell again, what do you want for him to do? :)

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    14. I want him to stop playing 3 or 4 or 5 women at the same time and just play me. :)

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    15. Ha ha. Diseases was the first argument, that poped into my head. I think that you can use your imagination and create even more colorful arguments :) , but don't ruin it, prepare...
      And obviously you have to offer something, so he would ignore other women and would want to be with you.

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    16. I sent him this article yesterday http://www.elephantjournal.com/2012/06/the-new-nasty-superbug-that-takes-the-fun-out-of-foreplay-adult/
      so maybe I am not as stupid as you think I am.

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    17. No need to be offended, I never even thought that you are stupid :), I just gave you an example and, as it seems, you are on the right track, so, good luck? :)

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    18. Eh I just meant that you might think I am stupid or pathetic because I am ruled by my emotions...anyway, thanks.

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    19. Honestly, I forgot about that :D

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    20. You forgot abut that? Even though I said a few posts back that creating an argument not based on emotions would be challenging for me? Really Mee? :)

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    21. Well I sometimes create emotion based arguments if I think that they fit in a situation :)
      Any progress yet?
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      Note to self: people, who come here asking for help due to their sociopathic partners ARE emotional... :p

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    22. Ding ding ding. Laughing. Yes. We are emotional. And in the same way that you don't want to change yourself neither do I. I love my emotions-- even thought they make me do some REALLY stupid shit. Like fall in love with socios. HA.

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    23. If he's sleeping around with five women purely for the need to have his ego fed he is most likely a narcissist, but that's neither here nor there.

      The real question is why are you in a relationship with someone who's cheating on you?

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    24. Everybody loves them ;) , oh, but could you tell me what do you like in him? And why are you still with him, after all he's cheating on you? =\

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    25. Elizabeth June 25, 2012 8:57 AM

      I want him to stop playing 3 or 4 or 5 women at the same time and just play me. :)


      Why???
      And if that really is the case and you're still enough in love with him to want him to stay, join him so you both can have fun.

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    26. He's not sleeping with all of these other women currently. He has these intense online flirtations with them. I assume he'll eventually sleep with some of them. He told me he does it because he "makes people happy for some dumb reason" so "he tries to maintain that" but that all he gets out of it is "an ego hit at best." He's not cheating on me-- I'm not available because I am in a relationship with someone else so I'm the cheater. I know it's unreasonable to expect him to be exclusive with me... I guess I just want to feel like I am different for him than all these other silly women. When he pays attention to them it makes me insanely jealous even though I know it's not rational. I want his attention and his love because when he does choose to pay attention to me it feels better than most everything else. What do I love about him? He's brilliant, creative, fascinating, intriguing, sexy as hell, funny, and he makes me think.

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    27. Do you truly believe, 100%, that he hasn't slept with any of these women? That the relationships are totally virtual? Really?

      He's brilliant, alright.

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    28. NO, I said he eventually sleeps with some of them. But he's told me he likes to tease women, he likes to drag out the whole process of whether or not they're going to sleep together etc. Some of them are geographically impossible to sleep with though. I'm sure he fucks whoever he wants to. He's pretty irresistable in that way.

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    29. The plot thickens. So you've got a home base, he's got a home base. The only difference in his situation is that you're the girl he fucks by default when it doesn't work out online. And the worst part is that he meets people online... what is it, Craigslist? Maybe this isn't destined for success.

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    30. He is single. He connects with some of the women in real life but then he flirts with them online. That is how we started out. I met him casually in my community, he friended me on Facebook and then started messaging me and texting me constantly... One of the women he flirts with online he connected with through FB initially and she lives far away but she is coming to visit... Obviously they'll sleep together while she's here but then she'll go back- I can hardly be sexually possessive given my situation.

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    31. No you certainly can't. This is a fuck buddy and nothing more. Stop letting your feelings get in the way.

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    32. He tells me he loves me over and over again. That I "know him better than any other person in the world." When I tried to "break up with him"-- for lack of a better term since we're not really together-- he freaked out. Said anything and everything he could to keep my "friendship." We honestly don't fuck that often at all. I think it's more about him wanting me under his thumb than a fuck buddy.

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    33. Me thinks Elizabeth is Monica............

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    34. Nope. You guys are funny always thinking people are posting as other people. It's me, Liz. I'm new. Just trying to get the socio perspective.

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    35. Damn and Monica's the self professed simple ones right? I wish I'd at least been accused of being one of the clever ones. No offense Monica.

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    36. So hang on, you are in a relationship but want this man to drop all the other women he is having fun with and worship you as his one and only?

      Are you planning on dumping your current man and running off into the sunset with this one? Or do you just want to reassure yourself that you are indeed the feminine goddess you think you are, since you have two men, one of whom is a womanizer, chasing after you and bowing at your feet?

      Even if he does give up other women for you and you go skipping off into that sunset together, you must realize that he will probably go back to his old ways as soon as he has you under control.

      It feels too good to pass up, making some girl online fall in love with you, then dump her and watch her going crazy, knowing she meant nothing to you, but wanting her perfect man back anyway. What are you willing to offer in return for him giving up his favorite game?

      Maybe he's playing with you. Wants to see how far you will go for him, what you will give up for him. If you aren't careful, your current man will wise up. Then you might see that you were probably nothing more than another toy to this man, who will use you, abuse you and discard you too.

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    37. You can't be that new.how can you accuse us of always doing anything if you're new.

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    38. Well... yes, in an ideal world I would like it if he would drop all the other women and pay attention to only me. I'm not saying that's not fucked up, it is. Do I want him to run off into the sunset with me? Sometimes. But since I don't REALLY want to leave the person I am with it's mostly just a fantasy. He never asks me to leave anyway other than saying vague things like, "if we were both single it would be different" so I don't think he's trying to see what I will give up for him. But yes, I agree, if I did he would undoubtedly end up breaking my heart. That's part of the reason I won't leave my current situation. I do stupid things because of my emotions but not THAT stupid. What am I willing to offer in return for him giving up his favorite game? I really only have my love to offer. But I do believe my love is very valuable.

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    39. Monica Modicum and ConcomitantJune 25, 2012 at 1:47 PM

      I am not Elizabeth--- no way. I am a one woman man---no sleeping around for the dude. NEVA

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    40. _srM-Kany I discovered this blog about a week ago but I've been obsessing on it-- rereading all your old posts and comments and such. If you go back a few days ago you can see my first post-- an exchange between Eden and me. It's a hell of an entertaining blog.

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    41. That is called manipulation. He wants you to give it all up willingly. It's not the same if he asks you to do it.
      As soon as you are single, he'll probably let his true colors shine through.

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    42. When did that happen?

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    43. I am so popular. Everyone thinks everyone and everything is me :D

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    44. No everyone thinks the silly attention whores are you :D

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    45. EdenJune 21, 2012 10:06 PM

      Just now read this comment. I love the name, 'Elizabeth'. It's one of my favorite names.

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    46. Well, Liz, you are in one fucked up situation. Anyway, I suggest you to continue doing things we talked about before, maybe you can overmanipulate him :)
      Or you should quit, since he is clearly using you.
      What your morals tell you? And your heart? And your brain?

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    47. Laughing. Morals say run of course. Brain says run too. Heart says stay. Body says play;)
      But I am not a socio so I could never overmanipulate him right?
      Yes, he uses me but I use him too. Everyone uses each other socio or not.

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    48. If he's a sociopath, you won't be able to manipulate him, period. Unless of course he's a dull bulb.

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    49. He told me he does it because he "makes people happy for some dumb reason" so "he tries to maintain that" but that all he gets out of it is "an ego hit at best."

      Why do you think this doesn't apply to you? You are one of several, like it or not, and you aren't special compared to the others. You don't really want him. You are a cheat, which basically means if you ever did get him all to yourself, you would get bored and probably get all hot/cold with him. You have intimacy problems, obviously. You go for the emotionally unavailable because you are emotionally unavailable. You will cheat on the emotionally available because you can't deal with commitment. You are both playing each other. You are just as bad as him. This is an ego game for you just as much as it is for him.

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    50. I had the same thought Medusa when he said that... The only reason I have any hope that I am different for him than the others is because when I have tried to leave he works ridiculously hard to keep me around. If I'm just an ego boost he gets plenty of those-- from other women, at work, from his ex, etc. I do have intimacy problems but I have been with the same person for 22 years and this is the first time I have cheated so I'm not sure if I really qualify as someone with commitment issues. I agree that we are playing each other and that it is an ego game for me. But I have tried to get out several times and he always talks his way back in.

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    51. The only reason I have any hope that I am different for him than the others is because when I have tried to leave he works ridiculously hard to keep me around.

      Sounds like you are trying to convince yourself. The other women probably tell themselves the same thing. He probably gets off on chasing you (and others) around, but I bet he turns cold every time you submit, yes? I wonder if you did ever decide to leave your current partner if he would high-tail it real quick.

      If I'm just an ego boost he gets plenty of those-- from other women, at work, from his ex, etc.

      So? That's like saying he can get chocolate cake from other stores so why would he need chocolate cake from yours? It's CHOCOLATE CAKE for christ's sake. If it's there and available, he's gonna eat it.

      have been with the same person for 22 years

      And how many affairs have you had in these 22 years?

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    52. You make some really good points Medusa and when you said that I don't really want him that rang true for me. I DON'T really want him but for some reason I really want him to want me.

      Your chocolate cake analogy is helpful- thanks.

      If I did leave my current situation he might high tail it- totally possible. I'm not sure.

      Turns cold every time I submit? NO.

      This is the first affair I've had in 22 years and to clarify it's primarily an emotional affair. We've only slept together 3 times in a year. And yes, I think an emotional affair is worse than a physical one- it's not that I'm saying otherwise. Just trying to give you the facts.

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    53. Prescient questions
      There's a word for Ravens pretentious file :D

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    54. He gets off on chasing. I get off on being chased. I just don't like it when he chases other people. It's fucking annoying.

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    55. So are you just bored with life and your husband right now? Mid-life crisis?

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    56. Pretty much plus some daddy issues.

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    57. ME said it best. Socios have a genius for adoring.

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    58. And I think I made a spectacularly bad decision about who to focus my mid life crisis on. I'm just trying to figure out why. Why him? What is it about me that makes me attracted to a person like him. ETC. ETC. Also trying to figure out if he truly is on the sociopath spectrum or if it is all just a bunch of shit I made up in my own head to entertain myself/create drama.

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    59. He does have a genius for adoring. That is perfect.

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    60. I'm just trying to figure out why. Why him? What is it about me that makes me attracted to a person like him.

      Well you said so yourself... daddy issues. Would you like to talk more about this?

      Also, is he much different than your husband?

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    61. He's pretty much the opposite of my husband. My husband does not ever play games. The Daddy issues are boring-- nothing crazy-- just your everyday abandonment issues.

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    62. Can we go back to the chocolate cake though? Yes, I get it, "if the chocolate cake is there and available, he's gonna eat it." But what if it's not available? What if this store is trying to close? Why fight so hard to keep the store open? You have 5 other stores to get chocolate cake from. It seems like a lot of effort.

      You're very helpful Medusa.

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    63. I have to go but I am a silly attention whore Anon 155. I appreciate you guys listening to my bullshit. Thanks.

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    64. If you didn't have intimacy issues, you should've worked out your daddy issues with your husband by now. You just feel crummy, maybe you let yourself gain weight, and your husband got old, so now you want flavor and instead of going to your husband, you sought it out in something new. This new guy is dangerous, makes you feel young. Him chasing you makes you feel like a pretty young teenager.

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  13. Socio are like puppets, where the puppet master is a computer, every see 2001 a space odyssey? HAL is your perfect sociopath.

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  14. Sociopaths are like horses, they have a big dick

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    1. Even the female ones? :o

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    2. Yes, even the female ones. We just keep them somewhere else ~

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    3. It would be so cool and refreshing if you were a chick, finger

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  15. NEVER FAIL TO BE AMAZED BY YOURSELF AND YOUR SURROUNDING AND YOU'LL HAVE THE HEART OF A CHILD

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    2. CUT OUT A CHILD'S HEART AND YOU'LL HAVE THE HEART OF A CHILD

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    3. i('m gonne rename you umad

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  16. anyone else having posting problems ?

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  17. You know it seems nobody noticed that some anon came in here and told Jose Javier that s/he knew who he was and if he posted again s/he was going to put it all out there and Jose vanished.

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    1. I noticed. I also noticed that green eyes and dmitri disappeared around the same time.

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    2. Good Riddance to Green Eyes-----Biaatch

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    3. You're sowing seeds of suspicion.

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    4. you think those two ran off together?

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    5. Jealous Anon? you should be

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  18. I can remember it, so, your point be?

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    1. Don't get cheeky you fucking autistic spaz

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    2. You could atleast had called me an aspie, since my speaking is okay :)
      And I had no intention to make you angry, but then brain believes something, you found evidence everywhere, right?

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    3. I saw that. Still didn't notice that he vanished. That's how little I pay attention to some people. Why, it was just today that I realized that Russian dude is no longer posting in the forum. Silly me.

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    4. I'd call OK an overstatement.

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    5. Russian? Oh, I forgot he existed. I think I only ever read one of his comments. Something about him looked like david, so I just skipped his resistance altogether I suppose. Though I liked the pictures of his dog.

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    6. I suddenly realised Dima had disappeared the other day, and mimicked his demented Russian smilies for a few posts as a kind of memorial.

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    7. Kany, I'm doing everything I can to improve my English, so don't be too harsh :3

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    8. And Green Eyes is gone too. I liked her.

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    9. She might just be busy, or on vacation?

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    10. They disappeared around the same time.

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    11. They must have run off together! *gasps* Famous SW Hook-ups? Sweetcheeks and vm. Anyone else??

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    12. Or is it *must of...
      haha! That one's for you Mk!

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    1. josé javierJune 19, 2012 5:03 AM
      Pay close attention: if you broke up with an empath, then, no matter how it hurts, please DON'T become buddhist. In those cases, we recommend Islam instead. Thank you.

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      Bible AnonJune 19, 2012 5:16 AM
      Whaaaaaa??


      time's upJune 19, 2012 5:29 AM
      You are too sure of yourself. Too arrogant. You don’t bother to answer questions other people ask you. You think you know and understand everyone here, but you don’t. However, I know you, José. You shouldn’t have used your real name around here. Your cover is blown, and things are going to become very real very fast for you unless you stop posting your crap here.


      time's upJune 19, 2012 5:41 AM
      It wasn’t very hard to find you out, José. Friends can accidentally spill important information. There are traces of you on the Internet you don’t even know about. You went one too many times to Málaga. My god, week after week of travelling between Málaga and Madrid, José… Was this what drove you crazy? I see how that could happen. And 54 is such a sad age for many.

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    2. LOL...LOL..He left Dodge City because someone lied and/or posted his age 54. I love it!

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    3. Hey Monica, I'd like to tell you something.

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    4. Is it that you have given up on Eden and are in love with me? Or are you ready to heal your PD and accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior?

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    5. Fake, fake, fake Monica

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    6. LOL both of them are fake Monica

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    7. LOL only I am the real Monica

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    8. LOL all the three above are fake Monicas

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    9. Oh my. Make an account bitch.

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    10. LOL fake Extremity

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    11. Extremity does NOT say "Oh my"

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    12. Ignore all those impostors Extremity. What did you want to say to me?

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    13. Nice try, baby.

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  20. Click on the Green Name" Themes for SW Regulars"

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  21. I did I just don't understand what it has to do with me. Stuck in the middle? Break it down for me if you feel like it.

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  22. You are stuck in the middle with all his woman

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  23. Bleh. You are right I suppose. Thanks.

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    1. <3 You will get truth around this joint

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    2. You will also get a lot of lies, delusions, and ass raping in this joint. Which do you prefer? I wonder if you can tell the difference. Plenty here who can't.

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    3. How does one tell the difference, Raven?

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    4. Well now... I guess if you have to ask; you're probably on the side that can't tell. Don't you think?

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    5. Could be, I suppose. BUT, would still like an answer

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  24. Finger got in the Twitter. Good to go, Finger @@

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  25. I still love you Raven. I took a train ride and thought of you.

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    1. It's fucked but true. I think of you every time I read Poe

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    2. Sometimes people say things to get a reaction but it is not the truth. I apologize. I found a frog in the house and thought about you.

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    3. Did all your dreams come true? Are you happy?

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    4. i dont know what happiness is

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    5. The train story I can believe. The frog story, and the reading of Poe... That sounds like a real stretch.

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    1. Then why are you apologizing to me? :)

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    2. Out of respect and truth. How can one grow with out being honest with oneself?

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    3. Tell what what you're sorry for. Stop being so vague.

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    4. antagonizing out of boredom. i think you know. I may never be back on here but I have a lot of respect for you.

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    5. Is that Haven?

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    6. If you can remember all my stories so well as you do, you should know I don't need an apology.

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    7. no trains through new mexico in the snow....vegas etc

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    8. You may not need it, yet i owe it especially to someone I respect as a strong woman.

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    9. You probably also know that it is hard for me to hold the same amount of respect for you, after what you did.

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    10. ... and I'm not talking about the antagonizing. The other thing you did.

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    11. I understand. Honestly it was poking at a fire ant hill... i had no idea you were involved.

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    12. You say you love me, but you don't know what happiness is. How can you know love without happiness?

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    13. i dont know

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    14. So you're really not coming back? Why? You're here now. Just to what... Apologize?

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    15. do u think i should come back?

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  27. Did Eden and beaver break up? What did I miss?

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