AUSTRALIA: Backstory on vax mandates and ban of ivermectin

The actors may be different but the story is very much the same in USA. We are dealing with a global incestuous leftist leadership clique that adores money, power, and controlling the minds of others. You can see this combination of greed, narcissism, and lust for control of other people’s minds in Obama, Pelosi, Brennan, … Continue reading AUSTRALIA: Backstory on vax mandates and ban of ivermectin

Audience (appropriately) cracks up when Fauci is praised

https://t.co/XI2VQjOfAZ Originally tweeted by Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) on August 17, 2021. I do not like mockery at all except against vain public figures and frauds like Fauci who have repeatedly abused their powers and the American people. We have to laugh at these people because it lowers them in the public eye and may … Continue reading Audience (appropriately) cracks up when Fauci is praised

Narcissistic power trip

A core part of narcissism is the narcissistic power trip. A narcissistic power trip is “the power to define other(s) and act on that definition.” It is narcissistic because the narcissist defines others based on self-centered criteria and acts on that definition either with excessive cruelty or callous disregard. Or excessive “kindness,” rewarding the defined person based … Continue reading Narcissistic power trip

Sadistic narcissists enjoy being mean

I learned something from the post quoted below: mainly that some/many narcissists take immediate pleasure in signals received, the more intense the better. I had been understanding narcissism, even malignant narcissism, as a deep state with many causes and manifestations. Somehow I had left out the obvious—that narcissists can derive immediate pleasure from observing pain … Continue reading Sadistic narcissists enjoy being mean

The role of the “truth teller” in a narcissistic family

I was unfamiliar with the idea of the scapegoat also being a “truth teller” in a narcissistic family. The truth teller might also be called a witness; it’s the child that knows something is not right and thus threatens the vulnerable narcissist. Many if not most traditional cultures have very large narcissistic components. Their moral … Continue reading The role of the “truth teller” in a narcissistic family

Personality disorders and signaling

In my opinion, “personality disorders” are more easily understood as signaling problems. All types of personality disorder involve dysfunctional signaling with other people. Signals are both sent and received in ways that result in suffering. As currently defined, personality disorders “develop early, are inflexible, and are associated with significant distress or disability.” Thus, if there … Continue reading Personality disorders and signaling

General analyses of signaling systems illuminate fundamentals of psychology

Individual psychology is a locus or node within a larger social system. More precisely, individual psychologies are particular signaling systems within larger social signaling systems. It is valuable to see this because general analyses of signaling systems—even those having nothing to do with human psychology—can shed light on human signaling systems, including both individual psychology … Continue reading General analyses of signaling systems illuminate fundamentals of psychology

General analyses of signaling systems illuminate fundamentals of psychology

Individual psychology is a locus or node within a larger social system. More precisely, individual psychologies are particular signaling systems within larger social signaling systems. It is valuable to see this because general analyses of signaling systems—even those having nothing to do with human psychology—can shed light on human signaling systems, including both individual psychology … Continue reading General analyses of signaling systems illuminate fundamentals of psychology

General analyses of signaling systems illuminate fundamentals of psychology

Individual psychology is a locus or node within a larger social system. More precisely, individual psychologies are particular signaling systems within larger social signaling systems. It is valuable to see this because general analyses of signaling systems—even those having nothing to do with human psychology—can shed light on human signaling systems, including both individual psychology … Continue reading General analyses of signaling systems illuminate fundamentals of psychology

Personality disorders and signaling

In my opinion, “personality disorders” are more easily understood as signaling problems. All types of personality disorder involve dysfunctional signaling with other people. Signals are both sent and received in ways that result in suffering. As currently defined, personality disorders “develop early, are inflexible, and are associated with significant distress or disability.” Thus, if there … Continue reading Personality disorders and signaling