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Originally posted by semperfortis
God forbid you have some extra pounds AND a good job and successful relationship.. Then jealously kicks in the the insults are even more horrible and insulting..
t is easy to judge in this case, isn't it? even people that have nefarious or evil intentions (Hitler) are at least attempting to accomplish something. but this woman in the wheelchair has lost the ability to be at cause of anything.
Originally posted by RRokkyy
reply to post by tgidkp
.....You cannot become Happy. You can only be Happy......
Originally posted by CitizenNum287119327
reply to post by tgidkp
.....The majority of so called fat people....
she has her excuse. whats yours?
my brother, who is a physical therapist, told me a story recently:
it is easy to judge in this case, isn't it? even people that have nefarious or evil intentions (Hitler) are at least attempting to accomplish something. but this woman in the wheelchair has lost the ability to be at cause of anything.
in Psychology, we often make reference to Narcissism. what we usually are talking about is Secondary Narcissism.
but what this woman is experiencing is called Primary Narcissism.
it is the type of feeling in which you wish to return to the womb. you wish to back away from the Evil Curses of the World, and curl up into a ball and go back to sucking off of mother's teat.
YOU are the fat woman in the wheelchair. when you go to bed at night, after stuffing yourself with your selfish delights and enduring the tenuous effects of daily life, you secretly wish to go back to that place (the womb) where you are safe and warm and cared for without any effort to your own being. most times, only those whom we are closest to are actually witness to this alter-persona.
we are scared and infantile at are core.
do you judge this woman?
lets hear yours:
To judge a book by its cover is the reason why I disassociate myself from so many - NoRegretsEver
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