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Seeking to contribute a senior level of proven selling skills, demonstrated marketing and distribution achievements, and an absolute commitment to creating and delivering customer service excellence.
Seeking to contribute a senior level of proven selling skills, demonstrated marketing and distribution achievements, and an absolute commitment to creating and delivering customer service excellence.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 video shows TouchWiz no longer looks that horrible

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I ❤ Bora Bora!
Я ❤ Бора-Бора!
......Правда в том, Что мне нравится ездить на остров... с кем-то..... 😘😂😂😂
In French Polynesia you never know what kind of magic you will experience at sunset. I set out by boat a few hours before sun down to find the best location in the lagoon. After the sun had disappeared I was ready to head back to shore but I am glad I stayed out to witness the sky turn into this crazy pink with #borabora in the background 🙌🏻. #lovetahiti #beautifulldestination #motu #frenchpolynesia #pink #islands @nikonaustralia #d800e 📷#timmckenna

credit: @timmckenna #borabora #paradise #amazing #sun #beach #beautiful #southpacific #island
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THE SILENT TREATMENT: PREFERRED WEAPON OF PEOPLE WITH NARCISSISM

The target, who may possess high emotional intelligence, empathy, conflict-resolution skills, and the ability to compromise, may work diligently to respond to the deafening silence. He or she may frequently reach out to the narcissistic person via email, phone, or text to resolve greatly inflated misunderstandings, and is typically met with continued disdain, contempt, and silence. Essentially, the narcissistic person’s message is one of extreme disapproval to the degree that the silence renders the target so insignificant that he or she is ignored and becomes more or less nonexistent in the eyes of the narcissistic person.

The emotional maturity of a typical narcissistic person is akin to a 5-year-old child who pouts and refuses to play with a friend in the sandbox because the friend wants to share the pail and shovel. The 5-year-old refuses to talk with the friend and angrily storms off to play on the jungle gym with someone else. The bewildered child with the pail and shovel may feel confused, rejected, and may not understand why they can’t share. He or she just wanted to build a sand castle together.

Because no further communication can ensue unless and until the narcissistic person decides to give the target another chance, a false sense of control is nurtured. Often, the narcissistic person will demand that the target apologize for whatever inflated transgression the target may have committed (the target may have set a limit or asserted a boundary against emotional abuse, for example). Sometimes, a person with narcissistic qualities will decide to abandon and discard the relationship when his or her partner presents an ultimatum or attempts resolution requiring compromise. The person with narcissism may prefer to end the relationship and start over rather than be in a position of potential abandonment. The 5-year-old storms off and plays with a new, innocent target on the swing set. It is too much work to share the pail and shovel.

So how does one deal with the silent treatment from a person with narcissism? For those leaving a toxic relationship with such an individual, many therapists suggest that the survivor understand that the person with narcissism has not developed the ability to express a high level of empathy, reciprocity, and compromise. The silent treatment is a form of emotional abuse that no one deserves nor should tolerate. If an individual experiences this absence of communication, it is a sure sign that he or she needs to move on and heal.

The healing process can feel like mourning the loss of a relationship that did not really exist and was one-way in favor of the ego-massaging person with narcissism. The minute the partner disagrees with the narcissistic person or asserts his or her healthy boundaries, the narcissistic person deploys an arsenal of abuse tactics. The silent treatment is a favorite weapon.

Do not accept emotional abuse. Know that you are worthy of a healthy relationship with someone who can communicate in a mature, emotionally healthy manner. Play with someone who has the ability to share the shovel and pail. You deserve no less.

Published: 2 June 2014
Author: Andrea Schneider, LCSW
Professions: Clinical Social Work, Psychotherapy
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Jonga Jip - 87 Rowe St., Railway Pde. - http://4sq.com/b60ksU
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ME: https://www.facebook.com/joseph.T.lynch

Collaroy beach with my fiancée Асель Соркина Абелгалиева (Asel Sorkina Abelgalieva). +*


Collaroy Beach in Sydney's northern beaches, not far from my home, is in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

Apparently it's 22 km NorEast of the Sydney CBD.

Пляж Колларой в северных пляжей Сиднея, в штате Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия - 22 км к северо-востоку от центрального делового района Сиднея.

Дорогая Асель, я скучаю,
Твой Джо

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