Sunday, December 21, 2014

Moved

I've spoken a little bit before about being moved. What I mean by that is feeling emotions as a result of some stimulus. It differs from empathy in that I am feeling my own emotions, my own reaction to things as opposed to imagining what someone else is feeling. It is almost always a result of music or film (is it the music in the film that does it?). I can also be moved by seemingly most other things that normal people are moved by -- shows of heroism, patriotism, gratitude, injustice, gross inefficiency, and probably some others that aren't springing immediately to mind.

It's a very odd phenomenon to feel moved. I can turn it off, but if I am in tune with it, it is as if the feeling wells up inside of me, typically inspiring me to some sort of action. It often feels like an increase in adrenaline -- a sense of the necessity of action. This added adrenaline is most often accompanied by a sense of purpose -- like my path has suddenly been made clear. If I wanted to get really caught up in it, who knows where it would take me. Most of the time it dwindles as quickly as it comes on -- too short a time span to really act. For instance, during my trip, I hired impoverished guides to take me around all day. One of them I liked so well, I talked to him about his future and whether he should start his own tour company. He said that that he didn't have the capital to do it. The next day I thought about it and whether I should invest in his company, or at the very least set up a website for him with his contact information because all he needed was an email account and a Trip Advisor page to double his business. The next day as I was motoing about the countryside, I happened upon this brilliant sightseeing must-see, not many kilometers from where we had been the day before. I suddenly felt that he had done a poor job with me and was glad that I hadn't had time to act on being "moved" by the gratitude and sense of inefficiency from the previous day.

I am not moved by certain things that might move other people. I am not moved by signs of want, not beggars or poor starving orphans or slums or anything (although I often "give" on little more than a whim). I am not outraged by unfairness, in fact I embrace it as I do death. I suppose it's an odd distinction to make between being moved by perceived injustice but not unfairness. I guess what I mean is that there is quite a deal of luck/context involved in every aspect of life, and that people cannot therefore expect the same outcomes from the same actions. In contrast, I perceive injustice as someone putting a thumb on the scale, artificially enabling one outcome over another -- an intentional interference thwarting the natural course of things. I guess it's because I don't mind risk, it actually gives me a thrill, but I have no desire to play a rigged game. If I thought my life was rigged, I would probably kill myself and/or others. It's only because I think I can (and most often do) play the game better than others that it keeps my interest enough to persist in playing it.

But what causes this sensation of being "moved" and why am I almost as susceptible to it as most people? Maybe it provides an emotional glue to facilitate group work and cooperation. There are certain things in this world that are impossible to do without help. Maybe those people who are capable of being moved had an evolutionary advantage particularly in small groups of people like isolated clans and tribes. And of course I take advantage of the phenomenon by trying to induce it in others to get them to do what I want. I guess that is what is meant by being a "charismatic" leader.

I'd be interested in hearing whether the other disordered or non neurotypicals are also susceptible to being "moved."

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  1. I think you're "charismatic", because you are in tune with the climate of the day/hour/moment.

    Feeling passionate is a high. This wonderful abundance of passion dissipates, though. It's as if the inspiration has gone with no rhyme or reason. I am inspired and "moved" but I give up or else I do what you did -I change my mind.

    Maybe you wanted to seem important and powerful? It would have made you feel strong and good to help this guy. But then you figured out you just wanted the feelings for selfish reasons and you didn't really see the guy, you saw an act that would lift you? You made it about you, and then you realized how silly that is, so you changed your mind?

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  2. Hmmm, which one will I play with today?

    Antisocial Personality Disorder
    Asperger's Disorder
    Avoidant Personality Disorder
    Bipolar Disorder
    Body Dysmorphic Disorder
    Borderline Personality Disorder
    Major Depressive Order
    Narcissistic Personality Disorder
    Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    Schizoid Personality Disorder

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  3. That's an interesting distinction, believing that it is not empathy. Then again, like you, I get the same feeling through music, in which I'm not witnessing anything at all (visually, or described).

    I'm also in the same boat to where seeing injustice doesn't outrage me, at most it might invoke a small level of sympathy or annoyance (if I liked a character, for instance).

    Quite frankly I think it's not a matter of audio or visual, strictly, I think it's all about setting up mood, and those are simply tools in which to create that mood.

    Say for example, the main character had a dramatic ramp up to their death/sacrifice, and the whole scene was meant to be very moving. Yes, you might be able to get a "moved" feeling from me. But if you simply killed the character instantly with no ramp up or expectation, I'd probably be like, "What the fuck? Seriously?"

    The emotional investment in the character is instantly denigrated by an anti-climactic end.

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  5. Off the blog subject, but need your input desperately ~ What empaths are constantly advised and reminded by the professionals is to stay far away from sociopaths and do not join the game. Very good advice, for sure. And I currently do heed their advice and keep my sociopath ex-husband at arm’s length and out of my private space. But I have a pressing need to join the game just one more time before retiring for good. I need my sociopath ex-husband’s assistance in moving to a winter home some 1000 miles away that I have recently purchased. The deal offered him is I would allow him to stay in a small corner of the property (its 5+ acres) free of charge or obligation in exchange for his help with getting the homestead settled, a few weeks of his time. He is the "leisurely sociopath" so this should appeal to him. However, two weeks ago things took a turn for the worse and as a result I have now blocked all communication with him. Before reestablishing communications and going forward with my offer, would you all consider my offer a good enough carrot to motivate him to help with the move? And can I trust him to follow thru with the deal based on the fact that he is profiting from the move as well? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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  7. *grabs the remote and changes channels*

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  8. When I go to the movies, sometimes I'm consumed with a feeling completely unrelated to the writer's intent:

    My date says "why are you crying so, so hard?" I say because she left her family. He says "she did it for love and to escape. This is a happy ending." I think yes yes. (I'm not an idiot of course i got that. I know that.) "But Didn't you notice her daughter- in -laws face? It moved ME. She is losing a grandmother for her child. "

    I mean I KNOW the main character got what she wanted. But I feel for the minor character I can identify with. I am not extemely happy for the main character. I am looking at the movie through a different lens than everyone else.

    This is lopsided and I know it. It doesn't happen all the time. Only when I'm being self indulgent. But if people press me for a reaction, if something off the wall is the most passionate one, I go to it.

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  9. So you guys are telling me not such a good idea? Care to offer why?

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  10. 120

    Why do you think a person would try to play different personality disorders?

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  11. 658
    He doesn't care about his responsibilities you've laid out. What he does has to come from him. He's not doing shit for you, and will never do it for YOU. Give him a carrot and don't tell him about it. Try to make something HIS idea. This may work for a while if it's a tasty one. But if he's on to you, kiss that idea gbye too. Sos r high maintenance little fuckers. Everything is always Sooo difficult for them.

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  13. Oh gees, music feelings....
    I think this might ring a few bells..
    every so often I'll listen to particular music and sort of meditate on it and make myself cry. Like for fun or something. It's some kind of form of masturbation for sure. like emotional masturbation... hah, or maybe emotional hallucination as i've seen it described on here. Only in this case it's self induced. I feel like i need to do this though. I'm sure it has something to do with how great of a fake crier i am...

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  14. does sociapaths have sense of humour?

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  15. It is a masturbation. For sure. But not bec you want to fake cry. It's because you want to FEEL.

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  16. 745
    " Only in this case it's self induced. I feel like i need to do this though. "

    Why do you feel like you need to do this ?

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  17. I've been told to stop crying at the psychiatrist office. I do . Instantly. I don't feel my tears were fake. I feel self indulgent.
    And sometimes I can stop immediately.

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  19. Business a hand will/can stop emotion. Isn't everyone like that? Don't surgeons have a crying fit and then perform brain surgery immaculately?

    Stuff underneath will always be there.

    you can where your issues on your sleeve all the time.

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  20. ***CAN'T where issues on sleeves

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  21. Good God, M.E., this blog is turning into Erin World *shudders*

    How...how has this monstrously boring event happened?

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  22. @anon 658 ~ sounds like something to try, but I will heed Erin's warning about a bad feeling... maybe the best idea lies between. And very, very right on the high maintence and ironically, they get such a small reward for all that maintenance, sad! I have known my sociopath for thirty plus years and can count on one hand his happy moments!

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  24. "Anonymoussaid...Good God, M.E., this blog is turning into Erin World *shudders*

    How...how has this monstrously boring event happened?"

    exactly! her comments are bland, boring, irritating wastes of space. i think we should blank her until she goes away.

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  25. Your voice is *so* cute Erin, LOL jk you sound like a pedo.

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  27. i feel like i need to do it cause it's fun :)... and i don't do it cause i want to fake cry.. i just think that's a possible side effect of this habit. Despair is the emotion i fake best. You know? when i need to fake it

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  28. there was a post on here a long time ago where someone was talking about how as a child they would look in the mirror when they were crying and smile and make faces at themselves. I do the same thing. Try to see how pathetic i can look.... and music is one of those things that i know will provoke this reaction. outrageous hypothetical situations too... and a couple other things..

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  30. why does sociapaths cold?

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  31. Oh Erin, I'm not numb darling, but your screw-tightening tap dance is adorable - and just for little old me!

    Do try to get your steps right though, no? :D

    By the way, you never did answer my question: which personality disorder will I play with today?

    x

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  33. I like violence during sex too:)July 15, 2011 at 8:45 AM

    What do you think would stop me from cutting myself? wouldn't that be a much more intense feeling?
    There are just too many great sad songs. Especially in arabic. and i think crying is fun. I don't feel dead or numb at all. That's you remember... carrying around your dead corpse self or what have you..

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  34. idk i only ever cut myself to fuck other people over and make them feel guilty or get out of stuff i hate

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  35. gotta love brazilian jazz too. ya diiigg?

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  37. Hhahha 8:47 that's what i'm saying. I've done it to make people guilty but never to get out of anything... give an example i'm intrigued !!

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  38. Which personality disorder will I play with today?

    *rolls the dice*

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  39. dude erin. What gets you through the night? Thinking about how your mom molested you? Stop projecting shit onto other people. I sleep fuckin wonderfully I'll have you know.

    Don't mean to bring up a sore subject but you kinda asked for it. That's kinda what you get for spilling your childhood trauma on a website called sociopath world. When are you gonna go away?

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  40. 8:51
    why is it so hard to pick? Do you have to think outloud via keyboard? do something or stfu

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  41. why not play with me?

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  42. ^I am playing with you :D

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  43. so what am i?


    you seem like a dick :)

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  44. for erin... ptsd, possible bdd (i dunno why it seems inevitable lol) and maybe dependent personality disorder.... something like this

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  45. Um, okay, you seem like a dick who likes Brazillian music *places index finger on chin and ponders*

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  46. Oh, gosh, I'd better give you my take on your diagnosis Dr. Anon! NOT.

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  48. don't you "um" me

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  49. haha the diagnosis is for erin, not you. Now she can obsess with what's wrong with her... and look! it's working.

    Erin you're just not very smart. You're dull, no fun. Like shooting an animal in cage. You're dead meat baby

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  51. you should meet me, I fuckin ooze sex

    :p

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  53. lets go out erin. I want to bring you back from your corspe state or whatever you said about being a corpse. I love you

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  54. Ew! FFS put your shirt back on!

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  55. @ Erin

    Your being annoying so stfu or say something interesting.

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  57. mothers sexual with childJuly 15, 2011 at 9:22 AM

    Erin, how exactly your mother molested you?

    If you won't answer this I hope the folks you refer to as vagina's would, meaning speculate how a mother could molest her daughter and I'm thinking maybe I should start and try to categorize this thing.

    1. Mother is true sexual freak, sadistic and experimental, with no remorse or conscience or sense of her own blood... Oh, boy, in this case does not matter that she is a mother we're talking about a psycho pedophile who could do anything and everything.

    2. Mother is masochistic, asking the child (either sex) to slap her, hurt her, jump on her, cry while hurting and then end the game with laughters, hugging the child, giving the child a sense of bonding that way and creating a monster in the process.

    3. Mother hates the husband, looks at son as her number one man on earth, kissing him on the lips, sleeping cuddled up and naked with him, taking baths with him, all nine yards except intercourse

    4. Mother is deep down a homosexual and experiments with her desires on her daughter

    5. Mother thinks she's being progressive and gives a hands on masturbation lesson to her son and/or daughter once and/or repeatedly

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  58. How do you know Erin was molested?

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  61. @Erin,
    Delusional? meaning expected more than you could be? what is wrong with being a bit more specific?

    I was under the impression you were sexually molested, no?

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  62. Like I mentioned, Erin darling, do *try* to get your steps right.

    Maybe Mr Samba can help you keep rhythm?

    x

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  63. Anon 9:29
    Since you ask so nice :)

    Well,I think my mother was in some sort of a dream world.

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  64. People never, ever lie when they're trying to find out who a person is based on his reactions. Do they?

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  65. 9:24cause she freaking announced it on the last post. Cause she's an idiot.
    Seriously erin. That is your only problem. Being an idiot. and wtf are you trying to say... God damn woman. you strike me as the kind of person a serial rapist would be able to spot as a good victim from a mile away just by how they walk.

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  66. Anon 9:29 and any other Anon's who are interested

    My mother had a pathological hatred for her sister who she saw as smarter, prettier, more popular,more talented etc
    When she had me, she overlayed ME with her sister.
    All the hate for her sister went on me.
    She even used to call me her sisters name.

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  67. everyone has been molested. It doesn't make you special. If this were a ship i'd throw you overboard erin

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  69. Scoping's so much FUN!

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  70. Erin, darling, it's so adorable that you're psyching out everyone but your target.

    I'm so proud of you, petal :D

    x

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  71. lolhaha did ur mom stick pins up ur cunt erin? lol

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  72. Anon 9:32
    LOL
    You remind me of my Socio
    You guys all talk the same.It is the feeling of a velvet hand wielding a knife.

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  73. The comment you deleted was better.

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  74. I know a girl with a mom like that. Who hated her because she's young and more beautiful than she could have ever been. The girl turned into a histrionic cake with narcissistic icing.

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  75. Anway I'd love to stay and chat, but I have to slash my wrists in the bathtub now, while replaying memories of being molested by daddy, after cursing the Gods for my monstrous deformities, all the while pining for my beloved socio. Toodle-pip!

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  76. What is Scoping?
    I showed you mine.You show me yours :)

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  77. lol do u want me to pour acid in ur cunt erin? lolhaha i bet that gets u off now lol

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  78. ^hehe.


    I remind you of your socio? You remind me of the idiotic protester i got in a fight with outside an abortion clinic. She asked me to pray with her

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  79. ur magic dust sucks

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  80. Erin,

    I have to say I'm baffled at the hatred these vaginas are showing. What you're seeing is a combination of

    1. socios are hardly interested in someone else unless there is some sort of payoff for them
    2. they hate weakness, it really turns them off (again, when there is no payoff for them)

    So, this issue of your mom jealousy turned on to you. Typically, the first born daughters all get this. Any sociology book on mothers and daughters can tell you that. Insecure moms have a tendency to be jealous of their own genes get a better deal than they did when they were a child. And, yes, they test and abuse, not necessarily consciously.

    Such a mother could also abuse her daughter by instilling (constant brainwashing) fears and insecurities wrt her body, and different types of sexual interactions.

    You could get more respect here if you articulated yourself in a more specific fashion. Otherwise, all you are presenting is a blur. But, this place needs cases to analyze so you are the latest case.

    Today's theme of separation of being moved from feeling empathy... I'd say the creative socio mind can take off from a starting point and see potentialities (such as little guide getting better marketed), but soon the laziness and what's in it for me catches up and socio completely forgets about the guy, and can rationalize her action saying the guy did not deserve it after all. In a way this summarizes a socio's life story, every interaction is like that. See some toy, get excited, if too much work and not enough pay off drop it right there. This has nothing to be moved or empathy of course.

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  82. lolhaha after im dun pouring the acid in im gonna let bugs and maggots crawl inside ur cunt and eat away at the flesh and use it as a breeding ground lol and then ur mom can eat them out for you and throw them back up into ur mouth so they can use ur guts as a breeding ground as well lolol

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  85. syclat why don't you tell us something we don't know??

    I don't understand what you're doing here. it's a blur again :)

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  86. helping erin? For god's sake why

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  87. @Erin
    No one TOLD me to do anything. You are saying the same thing repeatedly using different words.

    And whats with you and going on about Vagina's anyways, find a new insult, you've overused that one

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  88. Oh the poor innocent erins of the world. Do not feaaar

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  89. shit flingging monkeyJuly 15, 2011 at 10:16 AM

    There is no helping her, she's gotten why too much attention already and just makes her hungrier.

    If your looking for shillvery from a socio or something thats going to change you from a frog into a princess you've gone on too long with the nieve child shit.

    So shut-up and let others talk about things that pertain to the blog. ERIN

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  90. erin doesn't fight back, she just say's 'lol' instead, it's hilarious, what a pushover!

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  93. ugh erin how fucking old are you. you sound like some old bitch crocheting a god damn pillowcase or some shit. Seriously can you go away?

    shit flinging monkey is on the same page as me.

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  94. ERIN people were talking about being moved and then you said the stupidest shit ever. It's all your fault erin. You'll never be good enough.

    How easy would it be on a scale of one to ten to convince erin to kill herself?

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  95. where are the socio regulars? i'm sick of listening to this air head gibberish this erin bitch is spouting.

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  98. I bet you crochet beautifully.


    not to sound like an ass but to be honest i've been smoking pot and watching porn on and off this whole time i've been communicating with you folk. And i'm about to go do some community service. I'm so moved right now ;)

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  99. @ Erin

    Im not sure if your a masochist or just stubborn (maybe both?)but your staying around much longer then most who are being insulted this much. Im not sure if Im more annoyed or amused by you.
    but do us all a favor and if your going to stick around anyways be MORE creative, stop using body parts as insults and stop going on about your ex so much, its kinda pathetic how he still has such a strong hold on your life.

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  100. Oh looks like I spoke to soon

    Byebye Erin

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  103. @ Erin

    You amuse me... what did I say about body parts.

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  104. shit flingging monkeyJuly 15, 2011 at 10:46 AM

    Thats it, you've forsed me to go to Facebook.

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  105. erin- i was just watching some porno where it's this pov of some girl supposedly fucking her step dad. do anything for ya? I kinda liked it. But i'm not into fake tits

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  106. ERIN HAS FAKE TITS

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  109. neurons that fire together, wire together!July 15, 2011 at 11:13 AM

    i knew it. everyone we got a big titty bitch on our hands

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  110. actually of all the insults for the socios here Erin had the best, calling you guys Vagina's... I think she should stick to it, if not her I'll keep using it. It's hilarious...

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  112. 36c! blame the hormones in Milk for that--Maybe you should have stopped nursing before 9?

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  114. I'm not moved by films or music or poetry or whatever the fuck. I judge things like that only on their entertainment value and if they're not entertaining then they're worthless. I don't think twice about poverty and injustice. Some people are lucky. Others aren't. ME's right about that and none of those issues concern me. I don't have much respect for anything.

    Why are you all wasting time complaining obout Erin? She's just one of those ditsy scatterbrained people wrapped up in her own little world. So lets leave it at that and get back to talking about the good shit.

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  115. Misanthrope, are you one of those chameleon psychopaths that looks like a new person every so often?

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  116. Vag (formerly Erudities)July 15, 2011 at 2:09 PM

    Erin,

    You have turned me into a total Vag. No different really than what your mother did to you.

    Now, I intend to carry a brand and sear the words "Erin turned me into a Vag." on to the forehead of every child passing within poker length of my beach chair. You have perpetuated the cycle of abuse.

    I understand now what your psychiopathic mother was thinking. That you are a slug bloated with attention and that your thoughts and feelings are not worthy of such a valuable resource. You are more than happy to re-enact that here.

    Wether you bleat on is of no consequence to me. When I see your name or grammatical abortions I will collapse the thread and you will have ceased to exist.

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  117. I can think of a moving moment in a movie.

    Michael Collins: Collins monologue while scenes of his hitmen executing british secret service men in their homes are rolling.
    I bought the movie just because of that.

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  118. Not really. I usually only make an effort to change when I'm trying to look neat a presentable for something. I find it easy to lose weight and tone muscles and in the past I've completely change my style of dress just because I feel like it.

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  121. ditsy and scatterbrained....lol. that's a perfect description of her...and now she's getting moody! :D

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  122. Well we are only asking you details so we can be amused by them. I think its a decent trade.

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  123. I've changed my style many times. When I was a runaway I wore dirty clothes. Now I throw away clothes as soon as they are even faded a little. I even change my shoe laces out every week so my shoes stay looking new. Image is my most important tool.

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  125. I like what scylat said. If your goibg to pull down your pants, don't pullem down halfway. Get naked. We are all anonymous here. We all have put truths out there. Don't be bashful Erin, and nevermind these anonymous trolls. We ignore their shanigans anyway. Give me this whole ordeal with this mother you keep bringing up. I'm tired of having to try to piece it all together. I know your nervous, but if you came here to learn you have to help me know what subject we are speaking on. Can we start off with that?

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  126. I agree. How is anybody supposed to help you if you're not 100% honest with us Erin? Troll kids take the piss out of all the new guys.

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  127. Its best to ignore them. Its some outcast kids tht wanted to be sociopaths and came on the forum. We fucked with their heads to test them and they've since been too embarrassed to show their crash dumbie faces. Now they've resolved to saying unintelligent garble anonymously. They are sociopathworlds ghosts you might say. If you are honest in here you will generally get help. If you bullshit people they will play games with you.

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  128. I also think what you said about being a studant here is true for all the regulars Erin. At the end of the day, we're all adults and we're all here to learn and offer advice. That's the whole point of SW.

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  131. *facepalm*...erin you dumb bitch they are clearly manipulation you!! SOCIOPATH WORLD is the name of the god damn website! nice work guys :D

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  133. ERin,
    That was a good one. UKan almost even got me with that compliment. Honestly, you kick ass girl. Even UKan became one of those vagina's. When I was asking you what happened my interest was sincere, UKan, on the other hand, was definitely playing you. RIGHT ON, girl! Listen they'll respect you more for that! You do fell, alright!

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  134. UKan

    I thank you for that momentary 'liking' of what I said. I have a deep crush on you, boy. I do. Wanna talk sexy?

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  135. This is another interesting topic, M.E. I've been watching myself for this kind of thing, and my conclusion is the same as yours. Maybe not to quite the same extent, but it's there, no doubt about it. And funny (yeah, "funny", huh?) once again it's the same things that you react to that I react to and don't react to.

    I haven't cracked the mystery yet, but I'll eventually find out. I've managed to do so with the other things I've felt, and so on and so forth, and this is one I'll decipher too.

    As for being charismatic, I don't think this is 'the' reason. There's more to it than us being able to react to certain things. - But it'll go too far to start in detail about it here. - I'll say, though, that I think I understand this aspect better than the 'being moved' thing. Yes, it's no mystery to me why I'm considered a charismatic leader (nor surprising to hear you're told the same thing).


    Anon 6:58,
    this is your ex, and you know pretty much the risks involved with being around sociopaths. But you also know your ex, and that seems to me to be the main thing.

    I don't see why you shouldn't be able to deal with possible issues. If you need his assistance, go for it.

    But: Make a contract and make him sign it. That way you have everything you need to force him to comply or face the consequences.

    "Don't have anything to do with sociopaths or psychopaths under any circumstances!" is for people who don't know anything about us, and for most who haven't had any experiences with us before.

    The very statement is silly. How would you isolate everybody from a whole group of people? That's not practically possible, and also not something to wish for.

    Sociopaths can be a bad experience, sure, but they definitely have something to contribute with. Well, that's how I see it.

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  136. why does sociapaths think too mux bout stooopod stuffs?

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  137. Adam, you anon@4:28? In hiding? Why?

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  138. Ludwig van Beethoven: [in reference to "Violin Sonata in A Major, Op. 47" - "Kreutzer"... ] Do you like it?

    Anton Felix Schindler: Shh!

    Ludwig van Beethoven: I cannot hear them, but I know they are making a hash of it. What do you think? Music is... a dreadful thing. What is it? I don't understand it. What does it mean?

    Anton Felix Schindler: It - it exalts the soul.

    Ludwig van Beethoven: Utter nonsense. If you hear a marching band, is your soul exalted? No, you march. If you hear a waltz, you dance. If you hear a mass, you take communion. It is the power of music to carry one directly into the mental state of the composer. The listener has no choice. It is like hypnotism. So, now... What was in my mind when I wrote this? Hmm? A man is trying to reach his lover. His carriage has broken down in the rain. The wheels stuck in the mud. She will only wait so long. This... is the sound of his agitation. "This is how it is... ," the music is saying. "Not how you are used to being. Not how you are used to thinking. But like this."

    That's how it is for me. Not how I'm used to being. Not how I'm used to thinking. It's just a spell... An aphrodisiac that like every other stir, is momentary. I get high off of sliding into the skin of another. Music and Theater are better than skin.

    They are as thrilling as watching a hurricane creep up to the shore.

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  139. So lets have it Erin. What the full story? I don't want to go back and piece it all together.

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  140. "nice work guys :D"

    You're to fucking stupid to live.

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  142. why does sociapaths like wether metafors

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  143. Because, Anon, we're natural forces to be reckoned with.

    We're powerful, dynamic, violent, and awe-inspiring - we've been worshipped and mythologised since the beginning of time.

    Did I mention that we're blustery like winds too?

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  144. Here is someone's reaction to the resigning Dow Jones guy (who admitted there was some rotten hacking in his time too)

    "Why isn't this coward in chains? He is a punk and a gutless manipulative trash. This is what America has become. A leaderless ship with Narcissistic cowards at the wheel."

    Seriously, in this case England was as involved. And lately Madoff, Murdock, Levi guy... Different shades of the same religion. What's going on? Got too arrogant? Too rich? After centuries of abuse and harassment?

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  145. Ludwig van BeethovenJuly 15, 2011 at 5:53 PM

    Blustery, Cyclone? Never!

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  146. "Why isn't this coward in chains? He is a punk and a gutless manipulative trash. This is what America has become. A leaderless ship with Narcissistic cowards at the wheel."

    Naval metaphors...pfft *blows and blusters*

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  147. Rip( who's not talking sexually)July 15, 2011 at 6:05 PM

    Rip rubs off on everybody

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  148. Anon 5:09
    The last scene of Immortal Beloved, Ode to Joy plays,  Young Beethoven floats on a lake, stars are reflected in the water around him.  Farther back and he appears surrounded by  constellations,   At a distance, Beethoven becomes a point of light. 

    I have always found this to be the best image of connection to the infinite.  That empath sense of interrelatedness.  Of being carried in a shared context.  

    Thank you for reminding me of how much i have enjoyed watching storms. 

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  149. why does sociapaths like trances

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  150. @Schindler

    *vomits*

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  151. Now that someones listening you have nothing to say. That's classic.

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  152. Anon 5:09 Says to Schindler: I'm always watching for them.

    In the last scene of 'Powder', he runs toward the storm so he can embrace the one thing he is most like.
    When the light envelopes him, it's hard for me to say that he is struck, or does all the electricity come from his own body, like flinging a grappling hook into the sky?

    You're welcome, in other words...

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  153. ^*vomits again*

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  154. UKan, leave her alone. She remembered how awful it felt around socios yet one more time.

    Here, I got the best job for a socio if he could enter and successfully complete aviation school

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIuS4qx9WE4&feature=related

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  156. I can't believe you guys are giving Erin Exactly what her damaged lil head, is so addicted to.

    Erin: You junkie!!!

    These blogs are your needle. Admit it. "My Socio... My Socio, where for art though My Socio!"

    "I couldn't make mommy love me, so I'm going to prove I'm magical, by winning the love of someone else incapable of it!"

    That's Me being You. In case you missed it...

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  157. The whole point of this site is to fuck people like Erin about anon.

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  158. anon@ 7:12

    Why are you so intense wo/man? Chill... What is it to you?

    Go take a dump, you're full of it

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  159. So... you are the creator of this site Mis?

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  160. I ignored everything you said in the past comments because you were piece mailing information. What I'm asking you to do is just give the full story at once instead of feebling about answering these knobs who are just fucking with you in a juveneille way. What's all this mess with your sociopath boyfriend about? What going on with all this mother dearest mess?

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  161. hi hi,, why U no seduced by my words,, my very pretty words,, why U no seduced by my very very pretty words,,, why U no seduced by me,, please to tell me now

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  162. Erin: You junkie!!!

    What would you know about junkies? Oh, wait.

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  163. el final está realmente cerca

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  164. Winning Daddy's LoveJuly 15, 2011 at 7:35 PM

    FAIL *sniggers*

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  166. Aw, sus amenazas poco son tan lindos!

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  167. I collect junkies. They have a shelf life, but you can never really tell what it will be!

    :D

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  168. every single person here is either a moron or a pointlessly nasty and unpleasant person.

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  169. ^You forgot boring. Mr D has become particularly boring and predictable of late. D- Please try harder.

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  170. @ Erin
    Are you going to answer Ukans question or not? I'm kinda interested in what your story would look like if you condensed it down into one post.

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  171. D Minus Trying HarderJuly 15, 2011 at 7:47 PM

    Worship me dog or I will kill you!

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  172. Well, I am off to steal a puppy for some hot loving. Toodle-pip!

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  173. Oh woofy... you are the best friend a boy could ever have!

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  175. hi hi,, why U no beg me to stay,, why U no beg me to stay and play,, why U no ask me my name,, please to tell me now

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  176. so says the perennial narcissist

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  177. hey Erin, sorry to hear about your son. that's tough.

    you don't need to stop loving your socio, just stop needing him. and you don't have to be perfect or psychic. find a way to step outside of the box of your thoughts now and then. tell yourself that your worthwhile often enough and you'll start believing it

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  178. This thread makes me warm and fuzzy inside. I want to hug myself, and Erin.

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  179. are you being moved, anonymous?

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  180. I am. Moved beyond my comprehension of it...

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  181. Rip( and then there's Rip)July 15, 2011 at 8:45 PM

    Anon 7:42
    Which one are you?

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  182. Ok, so tell me about this sociopath boyfriend. Why do you feel he's sociopathic.

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  183. M.E. wrote... It's a very odd phenomenon to feel moved. I can turn it off, but if I am in tune with it, it is as if the feeling wells up inside of me, typically inspiring me to some sort of action. It often feels like an increase in adrenaline -- a sense of the necessity of action.

    being moved sounds like passion

    empathy on the other hand brings you to a dead halt. it can feel like running into a brick wall.

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  184. ME(___________________________________________________not Rip)July 15, 2011 at 9:15 PM

    Hey guys it's ME just wanted to let you know that Rip is the coolest guy here so you can all just leave and Rip and I will hang out and make our own website. Then I'll give all my money and worship him as god

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  185. Rip( who loves the words in the word verification( bungrojoe))July 15, 2011 at 9:37 PM

    ANYONE CAN WATCH RIP

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  186. I'm eating this blog thread and hoping for an embolism

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