6 Types of Unhealthy Father Daughter Relationships

Boy do some of these resonate with some people I know… Singer John Mayer has a song called “Daughters” that discusses the importance of fathers being there for their daughters. Mayer wanted to emphasize the message that daughters have to be nurtured well in their childhoods, because those actions will affect the relationships they have when they become adults. But, not every girl gets the treatment they hope for. Some of them grew up with hardships and only understood the [...]

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Eight Indicators of Narcissism

Narcissists can draw the worst out of you especially if you don’t understand what you’re up against. Psychotherapist Dr. Les Carter will identify eight ingredients driving the narcissist so you can be armed with wisdom as you deal with the narcissists in your life. Dr. Les Carter is a best selling author and practices counseling in Southlake, Tx. He has conducted over 60,000 sessions with his patients.

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How to Spot a Sociopath in 3 Steps

I so know a person or two that are full-blown sociopaths… Whether you’re trying to spot a potential school shooter, a dangerous romantic partner, a total liar at work, a scammer on the internet or someone pushing a bogus business deal on you, it helps to know some of the warning signs for sociopaths. As I explained in Part 1 of this two-part series, sociopaths can have some of the most hidden and dangerous personalityf eatures. The DSM-5 lists 10 criteria for diagnosing antisocial personality disorder1(ASPD), but [...]

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D’Souza Educates About Fascism

At this event produced by Young America’s Foundation, Dinesh D’Souza visits the campus of SUNY Stony Brook to tear down the false narrative that Democrats are the “anti-fascist” party. In both form and substance, American leftists resemble WWII-era fascists and Nazis. Watch now as D’Souza tears down the Left’s “big lie.” — In theaters nationwide August 3! Through stunning historical recreations and a searching examination of fascism and white supremacy, “Death of a Nation” cuts through progressive big lies [...]

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83 Weeks With Eric Bischoff

Being a pro wrestling fan from the 80’s & 90’s, it’s good to see a resurgence interest from that era. After all, it was when wrestling was “real”. It gave us immortal heroes and villains, it gave us unique characters like Bruiser Brody, Abdullah The Butcher, the Von Erichs and of coarse, the immortal Hulk Hogan. It also gave us the “Monday Night Wars” and a fight between WWF (now WWE) and the WCW (formerly the NWA). Dad used to [...]

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The Band Called Sik9

In my short tenure with Jed, we played up and down the coast and one of the major stops was always Eugene Oregon. The guys had a pretty close relationship with some of the groups from there. The mighty Moth stands out and while there were many I forgot the names of, since I was heavily under the influence at the time, Sik9 was one that was easy to remember. I happened to find these songs they did and [...]

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Commentary – Ode To The Wait Staff

I grew up in restaurants and lounges. Jacks Restaurant, Petosa’s, Riverside Timber all in Everett. Eventually washing dishes, waiting, prepping and head cook in various establishments. This commentary is for those who have to deal with the general public in a hospitality environment.    

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