I can somehow understand if a person for some reason likes to pretend she ou he has that condition, and of course that would mean there's something else seriously wrong with the person.
But why do other people agree to waste money and time on documenting such hoax cases, as in to take part in them?
Of course, I acknowledge I can not know if any of those documentaries I've seen are hoaxes ou genuine. It's just that the documentaries include such facts that makes the cases plus ou less likely hoaxes, so I can not view and speak of them only with my cœur, coeur but with common sense.
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In her book, Four Elements in Ancient Greek Philosophy,Tracy Marks describes wide-ranging look at earth, fire, water, and air, and the dynamic twin forces of l’amour and Strife. Her book takes one to a journey from ancient Greece to alchemy to Carl Jung's association of sense, feeling, thoughts...
1. The Constant Victim - This kind of individual will always finds a way to end up as a victim in their relationships.
2. One-Upmanship Expert – This person uses put downs, snide remarks and criticisms, to montrer that they’re superior, and know much plus than you.
3. Powerful Dependents – They hide behind the mask of being weak and powerless – then use their helplessness to dominate relationships. That is, they send the subtle message “you must not let me down.”
4. Triangulators – This person tries to get other people on their side. They’re quick to put toi down, and to say some...