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  • 209 J January 24, 2012 at 3:19 pm
Jackie, great post at #189!

  • 210 YOHAMI January 24, 2012 at 3:20 pm

The no rules/no love combination produced the worst kids.

I was raised like that. It feels like being a kid lost in the market. In part Im thankful that it made me have to figure everything on my own, which carries to this day. But.

Rules / love is how is should be. With kids and everywhere.

And I suspect:

no rules/love = creates narcissism.

rules/no love = creates either depressive high performers or rebel omegas

  • 211 Susan Walsh January 24, 2012 at 3:22 pm
@Diana Bratt

Welcome, thanks for leaving a comment!

But how would you actually know if a guy is narcissistic if his narcissistic actions are subtle?

It’s not always easy. If it were, people wouldn’t get so invested before they figure out what’s up. I would look at his relationships first. How solid are they, and how intimate are they? In particular, what is his relationship with his parents like? The next thing I would do is pay very close attention for signs of empathy. Most of us display empathy frequently – every day. If a person is incapable of it, as is typical of N’s, its absence should be obvious if you’re looking for it.

  • 212 Feminist Ex January 24, 2012 at 3:23 pm
“First and foremost, feminism has eroded self-confidence in males, as female gains have come at their expense”

How so at their expense?

“Thirdly, sexual harrassment and sexual assault laws make outgoing, open and friendly behavior punishable if it is “unwelcome.”