Right on cue Scott had a post today that fit in perfectly with the message I have been trying to convey lately.
We can’t change the narcissist and in order to really heal; I mean REALLY heal and not repeat the same experience over and over again, we have to look within. Not to blame the victim but to educate the victim about their own personality and for them to accept and appreciate who they are and change what they don’t like.
*warning – Adult Content*
I talk with clients about sex all the time. It’s a cool job. You cannot live in my world very long without someone telling you the juicy bits. People who wonder if I can keep a secret assume I hear an average amount of gossip, and they would be wrong. I get paid to listen to your secrets. I gave up finding happiness through selling you out a long time ago.
It’s usually uncomfortable to tell me your story, at first. We have been conditioned to feel ashamed of our private functions, if not a little embarrassed. When it comes to sex, it is easy to feel like you are dirty, or kinky, or just different. This week, slightly tongue-in-cheek, news agencies released the stats on average penis length (5.17 inches). Reports called attention to the stigma around even having such conversations. It may sound disgusting but…
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