From the book: http://book.psychopathfree.com
There are a lot of phenomenal studies on the traits and characteristics of psychopaths. For professional research, check out Cleckley’s criteria or Hare’s psychopathy checklist. A quick Google search ought to do the trick. The red flags in this book are intended to supplement those resources.
So what’s different about this list? Well, for one, it’s specifically about relationships. But it’s also about you. Each point requires introspection and self-awareness. Because if you want to spot toxic people, you cannot focus entirely on their behavior—that’s only half the battle. You must also come to recognize the looming red flags in your own heart. Then, you will be ready for anything.
1. You feel on-edge around this person, but you still want them to like you. You find yourself writing off most of their questionable behavior as accidental or insensitive, because you’re in constant competition with…
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Hello Little Men ,
Champs as you know I have been writing to you both each night since 20 April 2013 , until 6 Dec those letter have gone to your private email accounts I created for you , why did I start writing that night ? Not sure to be honest if memory serves me right I got home at around 8 pm for work , the house empty but all your stuff was still in your playroom neatly packed away as it was each night after you both had gone to bed , i remember standing in the door of the playroom thinking you must be in bed already and I think at that moment it hit me that you were not upstairs in your beds and that you would never be again , I remember sitting on the floor in the playroom pushing the trains on the…
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This informative article was originally posted on Women’s Justice Center ( link below)
“Suppose a person who has been run over by a truck mistakenly goes to a facial reconstruction surgeon for help, and it becomes evident that in addition to facial trauma, the patient is suffering from multiple life threatening traumas. If that facial reconstruction surgeon doesn’t immediately get that patient to a trauma surgeon, he or she is guilty of gross malpractice. In our opinion, every last one of these family law attorneys who don’t at least advise family violence victims of their limitations in dealing with the matter, is similarly guilty of gross malpractice.”
Most people mistakenly think that the difference between family court and criminal court consists mainly in the different issues these courts deal with. It’s a mistake that can seriously endanger victims of family violence who too often trust that the family court…
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― Martin Luther King Jr.
― Howard Zinn
― Aristotle, Selected Writings From The Nicomachean Ethics And Politics
― Martin Luther King Jr.
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A Very Present Help
“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; Though the waters thereof roar and be troubled, though the mountains shake with the swelling thereof. Selah.” (Psalm 46:1-3)
The modifier “very” in this verse is a strong word. God is an intensively present helper in time of trouble; “let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid” (John 14:27). Those who hold a deistic philosophy argue that God is far away, leaving the earth and its inhabitants to work out their own evolutionary salvation after He first started it going billions of years ago. But they are wrong, for God is right here, right now! “The LORD of hosts is with us” (Psalm 46:11
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Rachael Rowley-Fox explores the suggestion made by Sir James Munby, the President of the Family Division, that courts should spend money to ensure that justice is done in the wake of the legal aid cuts.
Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division has declared in a joint judgment that the court service may have to pay for legal representation when legal aid has been refused. Munby LJ examined three separate cases – Q v Q, Re B, and Re C. He stated that:
“Each is a private law case in which a father is seeking to play a role in the life of his child, who lives with the mother. In each case the problems with which I am faced derive from the fact that whereas the mother has public funding the father does not.”
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