Me and my dyslexia …..l

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As a dyslexic since around 5 years old I have spent years on improving it , yes some things have gone right some not but one things all my younger years of fighting has done is give me an abnormal memory to remember , facts , dates , names and mathematical error spotting in them in a glance on very large amounts of data … Funny how as a person you are able to repair parts of this problem but not all , but I must say it has given me the ability to do my job at an abnormal high standard and build relationships with people without them ever for one minute knowing this about me , in my final year of school I was allowed double time in all my final exams but yet I was the first person to complete all the exam papers always , my level of comprehension in reading is today said to be above 95% which again is not normal for a dyslexic , putting labels on children and people because a ‘ professional ‘ says you have something or are something is very wrong as by doing this you / us are forcing that child / person into believing they have limitations , which I believe is totally and utterly wrong ! Nothing is impossible if you try and are not scared of falling and learning.

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Selfies, social media and video challenges

Parental Alienation

Are we more narcissistic than ever before?

There was once a young man named Narcissus who was so vain that he fell in love with his own reflection in the water and died. In some versions of the mythological tale from Ancient Greece, Narcissus was transformed into a flower that today carries the name narcissus, or daffodil. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/features/are-we-more-narcissistic-than-ever-before-9696775.html

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“Narcissism is increasing,”

Parental Alienation

“Narcissism is increasing,”

ALEXANDRIA, La. (BP) — “Narcissism is increasing,” concluded W. Keith Campbell, head of the department of psychology at the University of Georgia, “notably in the form of grandiose narcissism and NPD [narcissistic personality disorder].”

Campbell made those observations in a recent article for the British newspaper The Independent, titled “Are we more narcissistic than ever?” He noted that American college students in the 2000s were more likely to be narcissistic than their counterparts in the 1980s.

http://www.bpnews.net/firstperson/43266/firstperson-the-increase-of-narcissism

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Are you narcissistic or just crazy?

Parental Alienation

Are you narcissistic or just crazy?

Patients with narcissism disorder display “pathological” traits such as grandiosity, self-centeredness and a constant need for attention and admiration (the ego-feeding goodies known as “narcissistic supply”). Their relationships suffer as a result of impaired empathy, even as they rely heavily on others for “self-definition and self-esteem regulation.” Additional choice phrases from the DSM criteria include “excessively attuned to the reactions of others,” “goal-setting is based on gaining approval from others” and “firmly holding to the belief that one is better than others.”

http://www.jacksonvilleprogress.com/cnhi_network/article_740832e0-2f65-5f02-8fa3-11e3dd44d0a8.html

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Kick Ass Ice Challenge Equality Parenting

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The Cancer that Is The Family Law Courts Ice Bucket Challenge.This is for awareness to the Cancer that exists in the Secret Family Law Courts.

No parent who is fit and willing should ever be denied their right to share equally in the lives of their own children” Yet our very own government, our judiciary, our media and society as a whole still openly displays what is nothing less than an act of abuse upon our children against non resident parents! AND EVERYBODY KNOWS IT!

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Validation

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During, and especially after a relationship with a Sociopath, you have a need for validation. And these ‘need’s’ can be one or more of the following

  • your not the crazy one~ a Sociopath can almost have you on the brink of believing you truly are the crazy one. This is done with repeated words & actions, breaking your common sense down, creating a dependency on them {ie: if you did this or that, they will praise you, if you said this or that, they in turn said or did something kind}..
  • how can they lie, straight faced, and think I’m going to believe it ~because if you believed just one of their lies, they continue on as there is no consequences for them {in their minds}
  • more words of ‘I will change, we can work this out’~ this is usually said, and then followed up with ‘but your the…

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