Дата публикации: 2017-11-13 19:59
There is also the success oriented narcissist. She will be your friend and keep you close to her as long as you are useful. Once you do not have anything more to offer and she has taken all they wanted from you, you are history. You are no longer desired, wanted, or sought.
Thank you for your timely and concise summary of the legal ramifications and potential consequences of what one posts on Facebook. A disclaimer for right to privacy or 8775 free speech 8776 does not protect one from being sued, nor from being held accountable for the commission of any civil or criminal act. The courts have upheld the law in favor of the plaintiff in several lawsuits pertaining to libel, harassment, intimidation, bullying, or any other threat. It is also a reflection of what and who you are, and can come back to haunt you. More and more, employers, insurance companies and others are using it toward decision making in their daily operations. So, all should learn and really, really think before they post.
So what are some of the legal dangers that come with posting on Facebook. There are many but here are five of the more common ones.
Perhaps some people have taken too much to heart the advice of alleged sages to believe in themselves. They have done that, and more. Even their littlest qualities are hyped up, leaving out important little details that do not fit the picture. They find telling others about their good points makes them feel good. They are almost like living Facebook pages. People find it easy to believe anything narcissistic individuals tell them because they seem to sincerely believe in what they are saying.
Thanks. I have a sister who continues to say lies about me on Facebook and my family. She tries to be discreet by not using my name but it is obvious who she is talking about. She has also said mean things about our parents and has not been around them in 5 yrs and then my father passed in april and now she is trying to make me out to be an awful person since I have moved in with my mom and taking care of her so she is saying i am keeping her from seeing our mom and I have been doing this and that. Just a bunch of lies. I just want it to stop!
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Harassment is defined as when someone 8775 repeatedly behaved in a manner that was perceived as intrusive or threatening. 8776 On that front, there is hardly a better place to harass someone than on Facebook (or any other social network).
Narcissist are dangerous by their very nature. I have met all types in my life. From the "responsibly narcissistic" (like me) who now and then get full of themselves and recognize the tendency to do so, to the more dangerous "Obama Narcissist" who really believes in their own god-like persona.
One problem of dealing with an alcoholic is that what might seem like a reasonable expectation in some circumstances, might be totally unreasonable with an addict. When alcoholics swear to you and to themselves that they will never touch another drop, you might naturally expect that they are sincere and they won t drink again. But with alcoholics, that expectation turns out to be unreasonable. Is it reasonable to expect someone to be honest with you when they are incapable of even being honest with himself or herself?