Johanna Cure is an amazing talent who will cross over into the America film market. She gave up her practice as dentist to pursue her acting career… Read more “Johanna Cure”
Name-calling can also be used to criticize your beliefs, opinions and insights. A well-researched perspective or informed opinion suddenly becomes “silly” or “idiotic” in the hands of a malignant narcissist or sociopath who feels threatened by it and cannot make a respectful, convincing rebuttal. Rather than target your argument, they target you as a person and seek to undermine your credibility and intelligence in any way they possibly can. It’s important to end any interaction that consists of name-calling and communicate that you won’t tolerate it. Don’t internalize it: realize that they are resorting to name-calling because they are deficient in higher level methods.
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In the hands of a malignant narcissist or sociopath, your differing opinions, legitimate emotions and lived experiences get translated into character flaws and evidence of your irrationality
Toxic people such as malignant narcissists, psychopaths and those with antisocial traitsengage in maladaptive behaviors in relationships that ultimately exploit, demean and hurt their intimate partners, family… Read more “Drugs, Booze & Woes”
For Amy, trying to get out of hell won’t be easy, reaching rock bottom. For Davey, he’s living large, paying servitude to a transgender sugar-mama. As we learn about their pasts, we realize they need each other in order to build a future. An awkward journey into the world of dysfunction.
DRUGS, BOOZE & WOES A film by David Molino
The hardest part about making a film is money, and the other is finding Actor’s who can pull off the material, be open minded, and can handle… Read more “Drugs, Booze & Woes”