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Message Subject I am the AC who wrote that vision I had when I was 15. I tuned 44 today. So it begins. Does anyone have any questions or need any encouragement?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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You can try to get away with this one as much you want. You have been seen for what you are by many people on here.

I don't care how you felt back then (like you remember it lol), all I care is WHAT YOU POST HERE and THE MESSAGE INSIDE.

And the message in that case is "suicide is almost cute, it's a way to go back to Daddy".

Next you'll hand us the kool aid.

You should be ashamed of playing with people's hopes and fears, manipulating them for your own pleasure because you are bored and looking for attention.

I'm still waiting for the moment you'll show us some divinely inspired wisdom. So far I only see magician's tricks to impress the crowd.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30697018


AC, you're doing a hell of a projection job it would appear to those outside your own head. U mad bro?

From a post on a news blog today:

2) Projection

This one happens a lot with people who have trouble understanding and coping with their own emotions. Have you ever wanted to backhand a five year old for looking at you with a smug expression on his face? What about wanting to call your wife a b*tch because she was a little slow making dinner for you? Can you think of a time when someone has given you a gift out of the goodness of his heart and you wanted to say, “That’s not enough, give me even more!”

Those are all awful thoughts, aren’t they? But even good men have fleeting thoughts and emotions that contrast with their deepest values. Mature men and women shrug those reactions off and go on. Projection is an alternate strategy that misattributes those unpleasant feelings to the other person. This can be a particularly damaging defense mechanism as well because most human beings see what they’re already looking for in the first place. Once you classify another person as “selfish,” “a bully” or “angry,” your mind will look for evidence to prove itself right and disregard contrary actions that undercut the label.
 
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