The 14 Habits of Miserable People


The 14 Habits of Highly Miserable People

How to succeed at self-sabotage.

Interesting article which you can read here


Honing Your Misery Skills

  1. 1.     Be afraid, be very afraid, of economic loss.
  2. 2.       Practice sustained boredom
  3. 3.        Give yourself a negative identity.
  4. 4.       Pick fights.
  5. 5.       Attribute bad intentions.
  6. 6.       Whatever you do, do it only for personal gain
  7. 7.       Avoid gratitude
  8. 8.       Always be alert and in a state of anxiety
  9. 9.        Blame your parents
  10. 10.    Don’t enjoy life’s pleasures
  11. 11.   Ruminate.
  12. 12.   Glorify or vilify the past.
  13. 13.   Find a romantic partner to reform.
  14. 14.   Be critical.

Cute new Google Doodle


What do you see?


Interesting but very SAD mail from a friend.


What happens if your child falls prey to a sociopath?

Like a cult leader?

Or just somebody that exerts control because of his / her own needs.

Because the vulnerable are used.

Actually very little unless you can convince your child that he / she is dealing with a sociopath. And I would not bet on your chances either. And usually the sociopath will ensure that he / she isolates you from your child – sad hey?


Sociopaths can be very charismatic and friendly — because they know it will help them get what they want. “They are expert con artists and always have a secret agenda,”   “People are so amazed when they find that someone is a sociopath because they’re so amazingly effective at blending in. They’re masters of disguise. Their main tool to keep them from being discovered is a creation of an outer personality.”

Sociopathy is a personality disorder that manifests itself in such traits as dishonesty, charm, manipulation, narcissism, and a lack of both remorse and impulse control


“I am naturally manipulative. I have a tendency to indulge in self-deception.”