Now that’s an interesting question… My answer is: no and the proof is in the seduction. The narcissist seeks out empaths, kind-hearted individuals who are sensitive to other people’s emotional pain. The empaths have great difficulty separating their own feelings from the strong impressions created within them by other people’s feelings. The empaths must necessarily
I went on my first date in ages (post: First Date ), and it was far more enjoyable than I expected. That’s the good news. The bad news is that I didn’t feel carried away by passion. I broke up with a decent human being because I didn’t feel “love at first sight”. I have not decided if
DISCLAIMER: Adult post for people ages 18 and over. Please do not read if you are under 18 years old or are sensitive to sexual content. As a self-imposed rule, I refrain from writing about sex. Sometimes I insinuate, but I have never written overt descriptions of human sexuality for this blog. I do not
Recently I wrote about my ex-husband (narcissist) leaving “lovenotes” in my boxes of stuff that I had been storing in the basement of our former marital home. You guys loved his insanity so much that the post got over 900 hits in two days! Link: http://18mitzvot.com/2015/05/03/poor-narcissists-feel-abused-too/ Well, I found another note to share with you.
Saturday afternoon at the Shabbes table, a man told the following lesson from Torah: Before God created the world, He created two forces: the force that gives and the force that receives. After a while, the force that receives said, “I’m full. I do not want to receive anymore.” The force that gives wanted to
I saw an interesting television show about the emotions of compassion and anger, National Geographic’s Brain Games, S5, Ep2. They showed a psychological study that was done with babies ages 8 to 12 months. In that age group, the babies can express their choices and preferences, but they have no verbal language skills yet. Each
An excerpt from The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene. (A Joost Elffers Book.) Buy it on Amazon.com: The Art of Seduction Greene, R. (2003). The Coquette. In The art of seduction (pp. 68-78). New York, NY: Penguin Books. The Cold Coquette: The ability to delay satisfaction is the ultimate art of seduction – while