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Submitted by Lina (United Kingdom), Dec 14, 2019 at 07:29

Not going to respond directly to the armchair psychologist cum schizotypal psychopath, but if we're talking psychology you will see that humans are by nature very trusting. To trust is a very human trait and it in no way points to mental illness. We trust politicians when they're full of sh*t because we as a race have limited options. We trust pilots not to crash the plane into the middle of the sea. No one and I mean no one knows what's going on in another person's head. As of now, no one can confirm whether heaven exists or not and what it looks like (besides some spice-smoking hippie on an Asian island perhaps). Women - and men - lay up next to their spouses for decades wishing they were with someone else. Truth is, nothing is certain and the best anyone can do is educate and protect themselves. Protect yourself too much and trust me you'll become a hermit. It's dog eat dog out there.

Quite simply, having emotion makes us... in a word... human. A lot of regular people (I mean ones that aren't psychopathic) do think with their hearts and when they're vulnerable for WHATEVER reason they are easy to manipulate. And that is what this blog is about - protecting and educating women that are vulnerable.

Now on the other hand - to abuse someone's trust and ability to love is very much an indication of one of the "dark triad" personality disorders. To prey on the vulnerable is the main sign of a predator. They also like to cause trouble.... ;-)

The very fact that he/she/it is now accusing us of having mental health issues confirms my beliefs that it's indeed a sociopath that's now attempting to GASLIGHT us. Thankfully, most of us can see it from a mile off having been manipulated by our MENA men.

This personality is psychopathic and they are known for being emotional vampires, which is why I'm choosing not to respond to it. He/she may not even be aware of the fact, in which case I'm sure this blog has been enlightening, and hopefully will give that extra push to seek help. Baby steps... ;-)

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