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» Where ya go, Rich?
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» Corporate psychopath: Many names for the same thing
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» When Abuser dies.
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» Thank you for this miracle
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Where ya go, Rich?

Mon May 22, 2017 7:12 am by gypsy girl

Looks like all Spartan Life Coach online presence down except this forum, the YouTube page & spartanlifecoach. com

BTW - on the website, he is offering a great sale on all of his courses - 80% off.

Richard,

If you are in a tight spot, maybe share it with you followers. You have a loyal community - maybe we can help. Missing your videos.

Where's the coach gone?

Thu May 11, 2017 11:30 pm by joscurry

Hi peeps.... just wondering where the guru went...

Corporate psychopath: Many names for the same thing

Sat May 13, 2017 9:50 pm by kibou

The company I am right now is being smashed by a psychopath. Absolutely everybody in the company is clapping their hands and kissing the psychopath's feet.
Meanwhile, all my hard work from months has been flushed down the toilet by his actions, I look like an idiot and crazy person after all this, and my health has been damaged.
I found this video https://youtu.be/tlB1pFwGhA4 then I searched a …

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When Abuser dies.

Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:15 pm by Bee

I escaped a psychopath 10 years ago. I went into hiding with no contact. He quickly replaced me but I stayed away as he tried to contact me when she left him. She went back and stayed with him but I couldn't risk coming back to my hometown because I couldn't guarantee my safety. Eighteen months ago he died. I felt nothing for him but sheer joy that I could come home. Since coming home I've been …

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Thank you for this miracle

Sun May 07, 2017 12:33 am by kibou

I have been meditating about all the things that are changing with the internet.
Internet has saved my life many times now, giving voice to authentic people like Richard.
I would be dead by now if I would not have found some resources on the internet when I was feeling bad. No one could understand and no one could help me.
Please take a moment to think about how important internet is for …

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welcome to the forum, introduce yourself :)

Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:15 am by Richard Grannon

hey guys, welcome

Does anybody still want to talk about Trump and the Goldwater rule?

Fri Apr 28, 2017 12:29 pm by pinguin

I've been watching Richard's video on the diagnosis of Trump and I'm interested in what you guys think about the morality of all this.

As I understand it, the arguments against fly-by diagnosis are:
1) It's not accurate because you only have their external behaviours to go by
2) We're not trained to do it properly
3) As with anything else medical, diagnosis of a mental illness shouldn't be done …

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Has anyone here heard of TheLastPsychiatrists definition of narcissism?

Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:09 am by alakba

The general take on narcissism is that it is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of empathy and a need for narcissist validation. Narcissists are grandiose, vain, and have a strong sense of entitlement.

Most people we meet do not fit the criteria for narcissism.

There was a psychiatrist/blogger who went by the pseudonym "alone" who wrote of a different more pervasive form …

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babies and children as a simple example of human behaviour to better understand adult behaviour

Mon Jan 23, 2017 5:00 pm by jenny4


(this used to be called no context=babies) ..and may not be for everybody. (in case it is of interest to someone..)

What if ...

babies are wired up to belong to a clan.
babies environments have changed more than their brains have evolved.

older babies and young children run through childlike versions of 'cluster b' traits as they find their coping strategies for stress and traumas to manage …

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