16 thoughts on “Aboriginal

  1. The Heart asks Pleasure first
    And then Excuse from Pain
    And then those little Anodynes
    That deaden suffering

    And then to go to sleep
    And then if it should be
    The will of its Inquisitor
    The privilege to die .

    Emily Dickinson

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    1. Hi Swim

      Don’t get me started on telepathy, clairvoyance and clairaudience, remote viewing, photographic memory and the little voice in the head. My head is swimming ! Even ‘Nice dance show’ speaks.

      And strangely enough when I posted this pic my mind turned to the Crocodile Dundee ‘That’s a knife’ scene. Crocodile infested waters. And then ‘Aboriginal’ popped into my head this morning for the title. It’s been going round my head for a few weeks now for a variety of reasons and since the weekend it has become more significant. Cherchez La Femme as per normal. And Cleavage.

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    1. How Do I Prove Emotional Abuse in Court?

      In certain cases of emotional abuse, a victim may file civil lawsuits. The majority of lawsuits for emotional abuse are based on a claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress.

      Intentional infliction of emotional distress is an intentional tort based on an individual’s conduct that causes another individual extreme emotional trauma. In many states, an individual cannot recover damages for intentional infliction of emotional distress unless they also manifest physical symptoms, such as a stomach illness or a nerve-related illness.

      In order to prevail on an intentional infliction of emotional distress claim and prove emotional abuse, an individual must show:

      The defendant acted intentionally or recklessly towards the individual.

      The defendant’s conduct was extreme and outrageous, which means it was more than just harmful or offensive.

      The defendant’s conduct was the actual cause of the injury.

      The individual suffered measurable severe emotional distress.

      https://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/emotional-abuse-laws.html

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  2. The Sicko Path

    Psychopathy is a common mental disorder. It is characterized by personality traits that include reduced empathy and remorse, a bold and daring personality, and difficulty inhibiting behaviors.

    People with psychopathy may deceive, manipulate, exploit, threaten, steal from, or physically harm others. At the same time, they may seem outwardly friendly and well adjusted. This ‘mask of sanity,’ described in the quote above, can make psychopathic people very hard to identify.

    Psychopathic traits vary across the population from mild to extreme. In other words, psychopathy is a spectrum disorder, like other well-known spectrum disorders such as autism and anxiety. Severe psychopathy can cause significant impairment and affects approximately 1% of children and adults in the United States today.

    https://psychopathyis.org/what-is-psychopathy/

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  3. This is all so crazy. Who is Bellatrix ? All done with mirrors. I’m taking a ‘Bring It On’ type attitude. I’m looking to detach though and healing is still the most important factor.

    Ma Tricks and Bella Tricks.

    ‘Bella Name Meaning :

    Italian: from the medieval female personal name Bella, meaning ‘beautiful’, ‘lovely’. Italian: possibly a habitational name from Basilicata Bella, in Potenza, probably so named with Latin labellum ‘little basin’. Greek: reduced form of Bellas.’

    Luckily enough. When we were young at heart. ‘It’ is saying something extraordinary about a young lady. And the maddest joke ever. And clairaudience. How does that work ? And smelling incense when I am not burning any.

    Love is Bob Lind. Thank god for that. Probably wasn’t though. At the deepest level everything is known. About how God is in everything . If I’m reading this correctly at a conscious level the mendacity has been spectacular. At a subconscious level it’s all God.

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