First couple of days

Monday 8th June day one

I left home at about 9am yesterday i just closed the front door, put the key in the letterbox and walked down the road thinking how heavy my bag was. A bit of a strange feeling thinkng about it. Im off to Australia on foot and no one saying goodbye at the door. After a couple of hours a realised that the kitchen sink had to go. So i found a bin and dumped my selfie stick my meta Knife and fork and a complete set of clothes. Easily a kilograms worth. It didn’t feel much lighter so i was going to have to get used to it. Walking along the canal towpath i met a couple living on a barge and his words living under the radar. They were retired and sick of their rat race so decided to live on a boat and travel around. Anyway i gave them my card and he immediately got me a chair and made me a cup of tea. We sat for half an hour chatting then i moved on. Looking for a place to pitch my tent later that afternoon i found a pub with a field next door. I could could camp there but no facilities, well just a garden hose. So i went in and asked if i could stay and she agreed for seven quid. Quite a lot considering. Anyway i agreed and ordered son food. I gave her a one of my cards with the tenner and i sat and ate by the open log fire. After i finished the meal st
He came over and said, I’ve just been on your website and i cant take your money, so she gave it all back and i had a free night. Great! Then as i was leaving a guy at the bar put a fiver in my hand and said it was to buy my lunch with tomorrow. So i left with more than i went in with. She also agreed to make a donation on the breath cancer site. Legs are tired and i don’t think i drank enough water so some cramps. But other than that a pretty nice day. Except of course for missing my rose. Sorry about any errors , not easy sitting in a one man tent.

Day one

First day out and my legs are pretty tired. However, sitting in a pub with my feet up by the log fire and tucking into some grub. Fifteen miles today and what a lovely day.

English quote of the day

English quote of the day.

Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.
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Narcissistic Personality Disorder

What is Narcissism? ( NPD, Narcissistic Personality Disorder)

I feel compelled to return to this subject once more because once again I have been subjected to the unacceptable narcissistic practice of abusive email messages from an ex-partner. This can be disturbing enough in its self  but when the sender displays narcissistic tenancies and uses your own identity through identity theft to send the emails, then its time to bring in the appropriate law enforcement agency.

If you are or have ever been on the receiving end of such abuse, this website has useful information and can be contacted. They will point you in the right direction of the appropriate online law enforcement agencies in the UK.

www.cifas.org.uk 

So, what is a narcissistic woman and what are the symptoms?

Some people diagnosed with a narcissistic personality disorder are characterized by exaggerated feelings of self-importance. They have a sense of entitlement and demonstrate grandiosity in their beliefs and behaviour. They have a strong need for admiration, but lack feelings of empathy for others.

Symptoms of this disorder are as follows..

  • Expects to be recognized as superior and special, without superior accomplishments.
  • Expects constant attention , admiration and positive reinforcement from others
  • Envies others and believes others envy him/her
  • Is preoccupied with thoughts and fantasies of great success, enormous attractiveness, power, intelligence
  • Lacks the ability to empathize with the feelings or desires of others
  • Is arrogant in attitudes and behaviour
  • Has expectations of special treatment that are unrealistic

Other symptoms in addition to the ones defined defined above include: are interpersonally exploitative, i.e., takes advantage of others to achieve her own ends, has trouble keeping healthy relationships with others, easily hurt or rejected, appears unemotional, and exaggerating special achievements and talents, setting unrealistic goals for herself.

Narcissistic Personality Disorder is characterized by an over-inflated sense of self-importance, as well as dramatic, emotional behaviour that is in the same category as antisocial and borderline personality disorders.

In addition to these symptoms, the person may display arrogance, show superiority, and seek power.  The symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder can be similar to the traits of individuals with strong self-esteem and confidence; differentiation occurs when the underlying psychological structures of these traits are considered pathological. Narcissists have such an elevated sense of self-worth that they value themselves as inherently better than others, when in reality they have a fragile self-esteem, cannot handle criticism, and often try to compensate for this inner fragility by belittling or disparaging others in an attempt to validate their own self-worth. Comments and criticisms about others are vicious from sufferers of NPD, in an attempt to boost their own poor self-esteem.

Another narcissist symptom is a lack of empathy. They are unable to relate, understand, and rationalize the feelings of others. Instead of behaving in a way that shows how they are feeling in the moment, they behave in the way that they feel they are expected to behave or what gives them the most attention.

What is Identity Fraud?

Identity crimes are the fastest growing types of fraud in the UK. They rely upon criminals making use of details to get past an organisation’s security measures: from dates of birth to financial details, passwords and so on. There are three main forms of identity crime today:

  • Identity Theft – (aka impersonation fraud): when a criminal uses the details of a genuine victim to impersonate them and open new accounts including email accounts for the purpose of sending abusive emails.

Definition of “Identity theft  (aka impersonation fraud), according to CIFAS is..

When a person uses the details of a genuine victim to impersonate them. This is a crime and carries sever punishment. So if you feel you have been subjected to this type of abuse by an ex-partner you should contact CIFAS using this link.  www.cifas.org.uk 

 

References

Wikipedia