Last Wednesday’s horrific beheading of 22 year old Tim McLean on a Greyhound Bus in Manitoba, Canada, defies all logic and leaves one lost for words. A senseless tragedy of unspeakable violence. An innocent young man, by all accounts a very peaceful young man, minding his own business as he rode a bus stabbed to death and beheaded by a stranger.
Open your heart. Open your mind. Open your spirit. Open the gift that your life is. Take each moment as it comes. Take each day as it comes. Know that what hurts you comes to help you heal. Know that what seems dark and impossible is actually just a temporary absence of light and endless [...]
Yet another school shooting in The United States. Ohio of all places. It really is getting to the point where it isn’t a matter of will this happen again, but where and when. We don’t even seem to spend as much time on the whys anymore. Does the formidable and far-reaching nature of the answers [...]
Narcissistic Personality Disorder – Bordelrine Personality Disorder – Compassion for the Narcissist?
Narcissist are in pain. Their humanity must be recognized. © 2007 A.J. Mahari NPD has become synonymous with pejorative vilifying stereotypes that paint everyone diagnosed with it as monstrous. No one is the sum total of any diagnosis. Narcissistic Personality Disorder has become synonymous with pejorative vilifying stereotypes that paint everyone diagnosed with it along [...]
Is there some big mystery here that I am missing? Some magical all-knowing conncetion that anyone has enough knowledge to truly make as to what it is that motivates some of the worst of human behaviour?
I mean, Benoit apparently had lots of concussions, he apparently took steriods and apparently injected the male hormone testosterone – my question would be can we really point to these acts as the cause of anything? I ask this because everyone who is in pro wrestling or other pro sports who does the things Benoit allegedly did does not go on to kill their family and themselves.
“The level of brain damage Benoit had could have caused depression and irrational behavior, said Cantu, who also is chief of neurosurgery service at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Mass.” writes Weber quoting Dr. Robert Cantu in his article.