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It impresses me when done by a vet & christian who has deep-rooted beliefs.
Signs of King Baby Syndrome Psychotherapist Christopher Burn explains in “King Babies-The Quest for Maturity” that the syndrome relates to emotional developmental delays stemming from abuse, trauma or early drug use. Fear of loss of control is a hallmark, thus creating attitudes and actions that can become ingrained patterns over time. King Baby Syndrome is characterized by: • Belief that their needs come first and foremost without concern for others • Having blinders on when it comes to the perspectives of others • “My way or the highway” attitudes • Extreme arrogance • Dependency, but wanting to appear fiercely independent • Acquisition of money and possessions to prove worth • The need for continual validation • Catastrophizing events • Feeling misjudged and underappreciated • Expressions of superiority that mask insecurity • Jumping to conclusions • Egoistic pride • Lack of trust • Entitlement • Expecting to be treated with deference http://www.drugaddictiontreatment.com/addiction-in-the-news/addiction-news/overcoming-the-entitlement-of-king-baby-syndrome/ http://www.ask.com/health/king-baby-syndrome-97f93b4141378a4d http://www.addictionrecoveryguide.org/message_board/index.php?s=46a5900bcd0e48cb3c2cc03a8d00432f&act=ST&f=22&t=17030
Can we say,,, H-E-L-L?
Seawolf, you are absolutely right.
I'm not even sure about Mooch-elle.
I agree... I started wondering about Rand...not sure if I would vote for him... I want to feel safe...
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3 Ways God Responds To Wicked Leaders

mannadelight Wrote: Jun 22, 2014 11:57 AM
Thanks, Doug, for kicking my backside to get moving again. Enough of wallowing in self-pity and the 'Woe is me' mantra. God is in charge and will show the way. Proverbs 3:5-6
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