Friday, March 29, 2013

The Friday Pin Up

It has been busy this week. Make it through Friday and them take some time off if you can.

Another thing, leaving Twitter up while you are suppose to be blogging is a sure way to lose track of massive amounts of irreplaceable time.

Friday, March 22, 2013

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Random things

This could be why there are so few pictures of me as an adult.

With Chuck Norris you might actually have to have an extra "T" in totally?

Nice, Where is the bacon?

Friday, March 15, 2013

The Friday Pin Up

Have a great Friday and better weekend.

It makes you wonder what she is looking for.

Friday, March 08, 2013

The Friday Pin Up

Well, it's Friday again and I have not been droned by the dictator yet, so it's been a good week.

Normally I don't go for blondes. Only because of the numerous bad experiences with them.

In this case though I will ask only one thing, "What is the address of her trailer park or is she just visiting"?

Make it through Friday and have a restful, happy and drone free weekend, because, THEY know who you are.

Monday, March 04, 2013

What are the symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder?

In many cases, people with narcissistic personality disorder:
  • Are self-centered and boastful
  • Seek constant attention and admiration
  • Consider themselves better than others
  • Exaggerate their talents and achievements
  • Believe that they are entitled to special treatment
  • Are easily hurt but might not show it
  • Might take advantage of others to achieve their goals

Other common traits of narcissistic personality disorder include the following:

  • Preoccupation with fantasies that focus on unlimited success, power, intelligence, beauty, or love
  • Belief that he or she is “special” and unique, and can only be understood by other special people
  • Expectation that others will automatically go along with what he or she wants
  • Inability to recognize or identify with the feelings, needs, and viewpoints of others
  • Envy of others or a belief that others are envious of him or her
  • Hypersensitivity to insults (real or imagined), criticism, or defeat, possibly reacting with rage, shame, and humiliation
  • Arrogant behavior and/or attitude

Sunday, March 03, 2013

Signs of Lying.

Signs of Lying
  • Disguised smiling
  • Lack of head movement
  • Increased rate of self-adapters (eg., movements such playing with an object in hands, scratching one’s head etc.)
  • Increased/Heightened pitch of voice
  • Reduced rate of speech
  • Pause fillers (“uh”, “hm”, “er”)
  • Less corresponding, matching nonverbal behavior from the other communication methods (ex. the movement of hands doesn’t match the substance of the lie that is being told orally)

Saturday, March 02, 2013

Habitual Liar.

Habitual Liar

Habitual pathological lying is, as the name suggest, habitual. Habitual liar lies so frequently, that it becomes a habit, as a result, he/she puts very little effort in giving a thought about what the output is going to be, nor does he/she care much to process whether it’s a lie or not, it’s simply a reflex & very often can be completely unnecessary or even opposite to his/her own needs. If he/she stops & thinks about it, he/she knows clearly it’s a lie.

Habitual liars lie for a variety of reasons, which include, but are not limited to:

  • Take advantage of the situation or misguide a rival
  • Avoid confrontation or punishment
  • Cover up lack of knowledge
  • Cover up embarrassment
  • To entertain oneself or others
  • Reinforce self-esteem, because of failing own expectation
  • Receive unearned praise or avoid disappointment or disproval
  • For no reason whatsoever

Habitual liars gives very few if any psychical or vocal signs of lying, due to the effortless nature of lying. That said, since he/she gives a very little thought to his/her lies, they are usually inconsistent & obvious.

Fear is a major contributor in developing habitual lying in a child & further advancement into adulthood, more so in conditions when the child finds truth telling results in more frequent or more severe punishment. Lack of appreciating and likelihood of unwanted consequences of telling the truth may result in frequent opting out for lying, which often involves less punishment & therefore becomes more desirable.

Friday, March 01, 2013

Dishonest Sack

Causes of development of pathological lying can be, but are not limited to, one or more of the factors mentioned below:

  • A dysfunctional family;
  • Sexual or physical abuse in childhood;
  • Neuropsychological abnormalities; such as borderline mental retardation, learning disabilities etc.
  •  Impulse control disorders; such as kleptomania, pathological gambling, compulsive shopping. (Spending tax money?)
  • Accommodating or suggestible personality traits;
  • Personality disorders such as Sociopathic, Narcissistic, Borderline, Histrionic and more;
  • Substance abuse or substance abuse in family;

The Friday Pin Up.

We just have to survive today.

Have a great weekend all.

Where are the Photo credits?

I find most the images uncredited on random sites, but I will add credits if someone lets me know who the has the rights to the image.

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