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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

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the problem with lies are that people who receive them base their whole lives on what they believe to be good and true- make life decisions on these things. lies are the reverse of trustworthiness, stability. it's like taking the wrong path, way the hell out into the middle of nowhere, and looking down at the ground as it drops from out from under you. it is telling the person you are with that they are not worthy of the good in you- of a real connection that doesn't have a false front. the sweet, fun person you kiss while they are sleeping, and cuddle, and live your life with, has been dead all along. it's like they pull off a mask and and their corpse face starts eating your paralyzed-with-shock face with their needlepoint teeth. it's creepy. it's unstable. people don't want to be around liars unless they themselves are liars too, and want to ride that pain train right into the ground linked arm in arm like crackheads propping each other up on the corner. no humanity left, just dirty and twitching and barely functioning as a pseudo-individual, with a lack of defined goals or instincts. no souls.

true people are happy people. they have each other's backs and strive for positivity and progress. they decide who they are and what they want and are honest about it- and people are drawn to them for their lack of bullshit, their openness, their trustworthiness. they get what they want by eliminating the betrayals. there are no intentional betrayals in truth, only the pain of finding that a truth is not aligned with your path (ie. a broken heart because of incompatibility). the betrayal is minimal and easier gotten over because the truth-teller reassures the receiver that they are worthy of truth and respect no matter how opposite. the people who can't take someone's honest self are the first crossed off the list of people who matter in the long run to that truth-teller, which is better for both sides, because then they can go find their own respective brands of true people- it's a quick shot straight to the middle of the riffraff, where the good and supportive and relate-able things dwell for you. it is the only way to live. you grab your truth and collect it. spread it around. make it safe and warm and fuzzy and bright and welcoming. true people will give the gift of no bullshit, no abuse, because they want to love you and know you and prop you up and share... as long as you tell the truth consistently. they can take your truth, examine it, and discard it and thus you politely. or they will open up to it and let you in. the whole world of possible experiences opens up with truth- freedom, trustworthiness, integrity- adventure even. people are free to sample all earthly delights if they follow a couple of basic rules about not making the decision to lie, betray, mislead someone down that dead end path.

4 Comments:

Blogger elocin said...

It is estimated that 1 out of every 25 people in the United States is a sociopath. The true numbers will never be known, because most blend in with society and go on about their lives just as everyone else does. Remember, though, that they are many times EXTREMELY charming individuals, so it is easy to get caught up in their game. If you find yourself in contact with a sociopath, the best thing you can do is completely stop all contact. Do not become immersed in their game. If you care about people, you cannot win. Don't believe you can change them. You cannot change someone who is fundamentally and physically incapable of feeling love and empathy. Do not believe you can love them enough or that you will be enough to make them want to change. They do not know how, nor do they care enough to try. http://virtualtreasures.hubpages.com/hub/Sociopathic-Tendencies-Pathological-Lying

10:13 PM  
Blogger elocin said...

http://www.sott.net/article/206909-Therapy-only-furthers-sociopaths-agenda

10:21 PM  
Blogger elocin said...

they are so adept at concocting the same tired old story, about how their ex did them wrong. They do it in such a way to cause their new love try to ease the pain, to "fix it" and show them that not all people are like that, and that they can learn to trust again. Their new victim plays right into their hands and it's an ugly cycle that plays over and over again.

10:25 PM  
Blogger elocin said...

http://www.dailystrength.org/c/Codependency/forum/8811740-women-love-psychopaths

11:33 PM  

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