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Disturbing documentary about narcissists and psychopaths


Lucky Otters Haven

I never saw this film before. While I dislike the all-too-common merging together of the characteristics of psychopathy/sociopathy/ASPD with those of NPD (non-malignant narcissists are not without feelings, even if they are very self-centered), this is still a very interesting, scary and disturbing video describing the emotional vampires in our lives and that dominate our society.

Several people are interviewed about narcissism in the video. Zain Arcane (the smarmy Slash-looking dude in the hat and sunglasses), a vocal coach who makes videos about narcissism, gives me VERY stong narc vibes. I have read elsewhere he does in fact have NPD and is probably a psychopath. During the few minutes he takes off his sunglasses, his eyes look unfocused and lifeless and he doesn’t seem mentally all there. Maybe he’s on drugs, but there’s every reason to believe he’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing and thinks of himself as a god…

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It’s so wonderful to watch an animal, because an animal has no opinion about itself. It is.


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Improve Your Resilience


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Freedom


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Open your hands, If you want to be held. Rumi


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A Good Night’s Sleep


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Go Fierce Warrior!!


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Today’s Quote


Soul Gatherings

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Think you can, think you can’t;
either way, you’ll be right.

~ Henry Ford ~
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5 Reasons to Take Your Vacation Time: Ask Madeleine


Blanchard LeaderChat

Summer piggy bank with sunglasses on the beachI’ve received various letters asking about the wisdom of taking personal time off when work is crazy busy. So in honor of July 4th—a very important holiday for those in the U.S. that falls, sadly, on a Saturday this year—I have decided to devote this week’s post to the issue of vacation time.

(Spoiler alert: the answer is always take it!)

According to Time magazine, in 2013 employed Americans took an average of 16 days of vacation—5 fewer days than in the 1980s. This happened in spite of reams of research supporting the notion that taking vacation is good for your body, your mind, and your soul. Here is more evidence that good things happen when you use those PTO days.

  1. You are more likely to be promoted. New research actually shows that, counter-intuitively, people who take their vacation time are the ones who get promoted

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