Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Sunday Zoom on coming out to loved ones with Brad

 M.E. Thomas is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: My Meeting with Brad

Time: Dec 20, 2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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  1. This will be interesting. The talks with various people classed as sociopathic are always intriguing. The way you address time how sociopaths evolve as people is I think a first. Nuro atypical people are not broken or ill but different. And no so different as some empath like to think.

    1. I agree with this.

      The basic motivations are the same, but experienced and expressed in a different manner, in my experience. Some different emphases perhaps. Non-affiliative. Perhaps the clarity you mentioned earlier is a lack of an emotional lens, less rich? To me, I see drastic miscalculations sometimes, "not understanding human" is how I phrase it. I think things are less complex, more raw for sociopaths. Just my observations, of course.

    2. I was reflecting on this a little. When my Favourite Cat left me, it was a drawn out process over three or four weeks.

      I realise I have done something very similar with the Other Cat. He went too far, and I have systematically and patiently taken control away and re-established my own path. I have executed perfectly.

      I suppose my Favourite Cat felt similarly, acted similarly in leaving me.


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