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The Stigmatization Of The "Loner."

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posted on May, 7 2017 @ 06:56 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147
a reply to: HeathenJessie

Narcissism isn't a positive trait. Not because it has the potential to hurt others, but because the narcissist them self is highly delusional.

Being self aware is far more beneficial to your mentality than being controlled by narcissistic views of ones self that dramatically inflate 'positive' personal views- views that, in some cases, may not even exist but in the narcissists mind - and inhibits your ability to think clearly due to a massive, ongoing bias.

Unfounded self views tend to lead a narcissist into some rather poor situations.

For instance, lets take a look at violent offenders whom are also highly narcissistic. Let's say someone commits a murder, they are never caught or even suspected. They commit another murder, and another and another. Each one becoming increasingly 'sloppy', hiding fewer and fewer of their tracks because they believe they'll never get caught. They're ego grows and eventually they're arrested, usually for something beyond trivial which could have easily prevented their arrest if only their narcissistic delusion didn't get in the way.

The same scenario could be said for the Narcissistic business man, making riskier and riskier moves and eventually losing everything. Or even in the more common Narcissist in their respective social environments, losing everything.

Ego isn't a good thing.


It's unhealthy to think of narcissism in that way - how does one identify ones own greatness if they're restricted by such a concept?


By all means, you can be proud of yourself, there's nothing wrong with that.

What's narcissistic is when being honestly proud is dramatically inflated into, and I quote, "people worship the ground I walk on"


originally posted by: HeathenJessie
Some people, people like me, are quite right to be full of themselves. To be greedy, selfish, hedonistic, we've earned that right because we have elevated ourselves above the average human.


Right, and that would be the narcissism talking. Or trolling, or compulsive lying. Whichever you'd rather fancy.


People do worship the ground I walk on, that's respect and fear.


And also narcissism.


Narcissism causes other people to worhip the ground that I walk on? Are you saying that those people are also narcissists?


No, I'm saying that your subjective view that people actually worship the place your feet once touched is narcissism.

I'm also saying that your assumption that they allegedly do that out of fear and respect is also narcissistic because Narcissists lack the ability to understand the feelings of others accurately.

I'm saying that your view of yourself is highly unlikely, and that what you believe others think about you is based off of delusion.




posted on May, 7 2017 @ 06:57 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147
a reply to: HeathenJessie

Narcissism isn't a positive trait. Not because it has the potential to hurt others, but because the narcissist them self is highly delusional.

Being self aware is far more beneficial to your mentality than being controlled by narcissistic views of ones self that dramatically inflate 'positive' personal views- views that, in some cases, may not even exist but in the narcissists mind - and inhibits your ability to think clearly due to a massive, ongoing bias.

Unfounded self views tend to lead a narcissist into some rather poor situations.

For instance, lets take a look at violent offenders whom are also highly narcissistic. Let's say someone commits a murder, they are never caught or even suspected. They commit another murder, and another and another. Each one becoming increasingly 'sloppy', hiding fewer and fewer of their tracks because they believe they'll never get caught. They're ego grows and eventually they're arrested, usually for something beyond trivial which could have easily prevented their arrest if only their narcissistic delusion didn't get in the way.

The same scenario could be said for the Narcissistic business man, making riskier and riskier moves and eventually losing everything. Or even in the more common Narcissist in their respective social environments, losing everything.

Ego isn't a good thing.


It's unhealthy to think of narcissism in that way - how does one identify ones own greatness if they're restricted by such a concept?


By all means, you can be proud of yourself, there's nothing wrong with that.

What's narcissistic is when being honestly proud is dramatically inflated into, and I quote, "people worship the ground I walk on"


originally posted by: HeathenJessie
Some people, people like me, are quite right to be full of themselves. To be greedy, selfish, hedonistic, we've earned that right because we have elevated ourselves above the average human.


Right, and that would be the narcissism talking. Or trolling, or compulsive lying. Whichever you'd rather fancy.


People do worship the ground I walk on, that's respect and fear.


And also narcissism.


Narcissism causes other people to worhip the ground that I walk on? Are you saying that those people are also narcissists?

While I doubt you are authentic at all in your ramblings, I can meet in the middle and assume you merely lied about gender and actually are a very catty woman with an over-inflated ego to compensate for poor self esteem. Not a man. Real men don't act like you claim and actually feel good about it.

Something about everything you've posted doesn't ring masculine (let alone true) at all. Call Denmark, we can smell their rotten something from afar.
edit on 5/7/2017 by Nyiah because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 06:58 PM
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originally posted by: Nyiah

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147
a reply to: HeathenJessie

Narcissism isn't a positive trait. Not because it has the potential to hurt others, but because the narcissist them self is highly delusional.

Being self aware is far more beneficial to your mentality than being controlled by narcissistic views of ones self that dramatically inflate 'positive' personal views- views that, in some cases, may not even exist but in the narcissists mind - and inhibits your ability to think clearly due to a massive, ongoing bias.

Unfounded self views tend to lead a narcissist into some rather poor situations.

For instance, lets take a look at violent offenders whom are also highly narcissistic. Let's say someone commits a murder, they are never caught or even suspected. They commit another murder, and another and another. Each one becoming increasingly 'sloppy', hiding fewer and fewer of their tracks because they believe they'll never get caught. They're ego grows and eventually they're arrested, usually for something beyond trivial which could have easily prevented their arrest if only their narcissistic delusion didn't get in the way.

The same scenario could be said for the Narcissistic business man, making riskier and riskier moves and eventually losing everything. Or even in the more common Narcissist in their respective social environments, losing everything.

Ego isn't a good thing.


It's unhealthy to think of narcissism in that way - how does one identify ones own greatness if they're restricted by such a concept?


By all means, you can be proud of yourself, there's nothing wrong with that.

What's narcissistic is when being honestly proud is dramatically inflated into, and I quote, "people worship the ground I walk on"


originally posted by: HeathenJessie
Some people, people like me, are quite right to be full of themselves. To be greedy, selfish, hedonistic, we've earned that right because we have elevated ourselves above the average human.


Right, and that would be the narcissism talking. Or trolling, or compulsive lying. Whichever you'd rather fancy.


People do worship the ground I walk on, that's respect and fear.


And also narcissism.


Narcissism causes other people to worhip the ground that I walk on? Are you saying that those people are also narcissists?

While I doubt you are authentic at all in your ramblings, I can meet in the middle as assume you merely lied about gender and actually are a very catty woman with an over-inflated ego to compensate for poor self esteem. Not a man. Real men don't act like you claim and actually feel good about it.

Something about everything you've posted doesn't ring masculine (let alone true) at all. Call Denmark, we can smell their rotten something from afar.


You're right. It's not masculine. It's the overbearing incestuous mother. I know it from experience.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 06:59 PM
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a reply to: TarzanBeta

Exactly, respect and fear.

It's not narcissism or ego, or delusion on my part, they really do worship the ground I walk on.

I've set up listening devices in their houses and heard them speak about me in my absence and it's all very positive, only one time ever someone said something a little off but I paid him a little visit and made an example of him.

I have a huge social circle of friends and associates so there's always drama and I'm usually at the centre of it. It's difficult to be feared if you're isolated and don't socialise or have people around you to manipulate and take advantage of.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:01 PM
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originally posted by: Nyiah

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147
a reply to: HeathenJessie

Narcissism isn't a positive trait. Not because it has the potential to hurt others, but because the narcissist them self is highly delusional.

Being self aware is far more beneficial to your mentality than being controlled by narcissistic views of ones self that dramatically inflate 'positive' personal views- views that, in some cases, may not even exist but in the narcissists mind - and inhibits your ability to think clearly due to a massive, ongoing bias.

Unfounded self views tend to lead a narcissist into some rather poor situations.

For instance, lets take a look at violent offenders whom are also highly narcissistic. Let's say someone commits a murder, they are never caught or even suspected. They commit another murder, and another and another. Each one becoming increasingly 'sloppy', hiding fewer and fewer of their tracks because they believe they'll never get caught. They're ego grows and eventually they're arrested, usually for something beyond trivial which could have easily prevented their arrest if only their narcissistic delusion didn't get in the way.

The same scenario could be said for the Narcissistic business man, making riskier and riskier moves and eventually losing everything. Or even in the more common Narcissist in their respective social environments, losing everything.

Ego isn't a good thing.


It's unhealthy to think of narcissism in that way - how does one identify ones own greatness if they're restricted by such a concept?


By all means, you can be proud of yourself, there's nothing wrong with that.

What's narcissistic is when being honestly proud is dramatically inflated into, and I quote, "people worship the ground I walk on"


originally posted by: HeathenJessie
Some people, people like me, are quite right to be full of themselves. To be greedy, selfish, hedonistic, we've earned that right because we have elevated ourselves above the average human.


Right, and that would be the narcissism talking. Or trolling, or compulsive lying. Whichever you'd rather fancy.


People do worship the ground I walk on, that's respect and fear.


And also narcissism.


Narcissism causes other people to worhip the ground that I walk on? Are you saying that those people are also narcissists?

While I doubt you are authentic at all in your ramblings


Agreed


originally posted by: Nyiah
, I can meet in the middle as assume you merely lied about gender and actually are a very catty woman with an over-inflated ego to compensate for poor self esteem. Not a man. Real men don't act like you claim and actually feel good about it.


Well, Narcissists and people with Anti-Social Personality Disorder do.


originally posted by: Nyiah
Something about everything you've posted doesn't ring masculine (let alone true) at all. Call Denmark, we can smell their rotten something from afar.


That's the most ironic thing about Narcissism, it often stems from extreme insecurities requiring the person to believe they are better than they are in order to make up for such self despised views, whether those are conscious or subconscious views.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:02 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie
a reply to: TarzanBeta

Exactly, respect and fear.

It's not narcissism or ego, or delusion on my part, they really do worship the ground I walk on.

I've set up listening devices in their houses and heard them speak about me in my absence and it's all very positive, only one time ever someone said something a little off but I paid him a little visit and made an example of him.

I have a huge social circle of friends and associates so there's always drama and I'm usually at the centre of it. It's difficult to be feared if you're isolated and don't socialise or have people around you to manipulate and take advantage of.


Sure they do. You're a master manipulator. That's not ego. It is evil. You're very observant and intelligent for an evil person...

The most dangerous kind. But I know you. I respect you, but I don't fear you.

In fact... In real life, you would fear me, sweet love.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:03 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie
a reply to: TarzanBeta
I've set up listening devices in their houses and heard them speak about me in my absence and it's all very positive, only one time ever someone said something a little off but I paid him a little visit and made an example of him.


The troll is verified and revealed.

Not that it's actually shocking...
edit on 7/5/17 by Ghost147 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:04 PM
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Here we go with the jealous lies and attacks, right on cue.

These types of conversations always end up going this way, people just can't handle the notion that some of us are actually superior as opposed to basic and average.

So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:05 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:06 PM
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originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya


Don't feel compelled to leave on my account.

We can co-exist together, despite my elevated superiority I'm quite tolerant.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:29 PM
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The most dangerous kind. But I know you. I respect you, but I don't fear you.


Come on, man - this is the real world, not a Batman film.

I'm the hero this thread needs, but not the one it deserves.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:31 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya


Don't feel compelled to leave on my account.

We can co-exist together, despite my elevated superiority I'm quite tolerant.


Don't kid yourself. You can't exist with them. Only a few of us know eachother and what we can do. You're not tolerant.... You're a pretender - one of the ones who is truly evolved.

The difference between you and me is only that I side with the angels and you side with the demons.

Heathen.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:34 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie


The most dangerous kind. But I know you. I respect you, but I don't fear you.


Come on, man - this is the real world, not a Batman film.

I'm the hero this thread needs, but not the one it deserves.


Is it?

True, you prove that extraversion seems more dangerous than introversion.

But... Introversion is designed to be ready to combat those just like you.

We get the winning hand. We observe before we act. You only act upon opportunity.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:34 PM
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originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya


Don't feel compelled to leave on my account.

We can co-exist together, despite my elevated superiority I'm quite tolerant.


Don't kid yourself. You can't exist with them. Only a few of us know eachother and what we can do. You're not tolerant.... You're a pretender - one of the ones who is truly evolved.

The difference between you and me is only that I side with the angels and you side with the demons.

Heathen.


You think this is about religion? The demons respect and fear me almost as much as the average human.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:37 PM
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originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie


The most dangerous kind. But I know you. I respect you, but I don't fear you.


Come on, man - this is the real world, not a Batman film.

I'm the hero this thread needs, but not the one it deserves.


Is it?

True, you prove that extraversion seems more dangerous than introversion.

But... Introversion is designed to be ready to combat those just like you.

We get the winning hand. We observe before we act. You only act upon opportunity.


Correct, this is an important attribute, the ability to not only see an opportunity but to exploit it.

Another part of it is creating opportunities, but the former is far more common than the latter and requires more patience.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:38 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya


Don't feel compelled to leave on my account.

We can co-exist together, despite my elevated superiority I'm quite tolerant.


Don't kid yourself. You can't exist with them. Only a few of us know eachother and what we can do. You're not tolerant.... You're a pretender - one of the ones who is truly evolved.

The difference between you and me is only that I side with the angels and you side with the demons.

Heathen.


You think this is about religion? The demons respect and fear me almost as much as the average human.


They fear me, too. I didn't know they did until a former Wiccan friend told me so. Before then, I had no idea of their presence.

But they don't fear me in an obedience way. They fear me in the way of not obeying their masters.

I converted a Wiccan on that account.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:39 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie


The most dangerous kind. But I know you. I respect you, but I don't fear you.


Come on, man - this is the real world, not a Batman film.

I'm the hero this thread needs, but not the one it deserves.


Is it?

True, you prove that extraversion seems more dangerous than introversion.

But... Introversion is designed to be ready to combat those just like you.

We get the winning hand. We observe before we act. You only act upon opportunity.


Correct, this is an important attribute, the ability to not only see an opportunity but to exploit it.

Another part of it is creating opportunities, but the former is far more common than the latter and requires more patience.


I said I know your kind.

We would be best friends if it weren't for our allegiances.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:39 PM
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originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya


Don't feel compelled to leave on my account.

We can co-exist together, despite my elevated superiority I'm quite tolerant.


Don't kid yourself. You can't exist with them. Only a few of us know eachother and what we can do. You're not tolerant.... You're a pretender - one of the ones who is truly evolved.

The difference between you and me is only that I side with the angels and you side with the demons.

Heathen.


You think this is about religion? The demons respect and fear me almost as much as the average human.


They fear me, too. I didn't know they did until a former Wiccan friend told me so. Before then, I had no idea of their presence.

But they don't fear me in an obedience way. They fear me in the way of not obeying their masters.

I converted a Wiccan on that account.


You mean you allowed a wiccan that was more intelligent than you convince you that something absurd was true?



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:40 PM
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I'd imagine that convincing the good folk of ATS that someting that is absurd is true would be quite difficult.

Heh.



posted on May, 7 2017 @ 07:46 PM
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originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: TarzanBeta

originally posted by: HeathenJessie

originally posted by: Ghost147

originally posted by: HeathenJessie
So they resort to calling you names and attacking you, but I'm better than that.

I won't stoop to that basic, primitive level.


Alright, cya


Don't feel compelled to leave on my account.

We can co-exist together, despite my elevated superiority I'm quite tolerant.


Don't kid yourself. You can't exist with them. Only a few of us know eachother and what we can do. You're not tolerant.... You're a pretender - one of the ones who is truly evolved.

The difference between you and me is only that I side with the angels and you side with the demons.

Heathen.


You think this is about religion? The demons respect and fear me almost as much as the average human.


They fear me, too. I didn't know they did until a former Wiccan friend told me so. Before then, I had no idea of their presence.

But they don't fear me in an obedience way. They fear me in the way of not obeying their masters.

I converted a Wiccan on that account.


You mean you allowed a wiccan that was more intelligent than you convince you that something absurd was true?



Was more intelligent. Not anymore.

Intelligence was gained. I improved, he didn't.




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