Edited: 24/1/2018 Reason for edit is to afford proper attribution to the work of H. G. Tudor. Please note that the contents and the ideas expressed within this writing are flawed. I have chosen to leave the article extant as it demonstrates how easy it is to get something completely wrong but then realise how… Read More Some thoughts on Narcissism and IQ.
Bel Mooney has for some time been a ‘regular’ at Ren Towers. Her column in the Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday has been both a joy and an utter revelation. Principally for how many times this person decides to dole out often incorrect and erroneous advice at best and at worst, downright dangerous words. Nor more… Read More Ren Towers #1: Bel Mooney
130 years ago marks a significant anniversary of a a series of murders were committed in the East End of London. The press called this ‘The Autumn of Terror’. The author of those murders; ‘Jack the Ripper’. The most notorious crimes possibly ever to been committed which still remain unsolved to this very day. Many… Read More Unsolved Crimes: Who was Jack the Ripper?
An eventful year I had thought 2017 was bad. Oh no, 2018 has probably proved itself to be the most pivotal one so far. It hasn’t been all bad, far from it. In some cases, I have experienced things which I never thought I would. I’ve had people around me, people who care and love… Read More The Curious Tale of Albert and the Dragon
So, a close friend sent me a link to this article here. It details how absolutely God-Spankingly BRILLIANT!!! are Empaths and ‘Why we should not be messed with. EVER!’ Well frankly, I concur. We are. But not for the reasons the author, Elizabeth Williams is espousing. A lot of the article referenced makes me wonder… Read More Ten Empathic Superpowers and why they are (almost) all wrong.
So, no one likes to make mistakes, right? We all cringe when the flaw in our thinking are pointed out or that we have acted in a certain way. All that can be done in such circumstances is to take a deep breath and to apologise. And mean it. Back in the summer of 2018… Read More On getting it wrong. Very, very wrong indeed…
So, I’m writing a book. This one is about how Empaths cope in the aftermath of the utter wreckage a narc can impose on one’s life. It’s called Fear, Fuel and Fury. There are very sound reasons I chose that title. 𝐅𝐞𝐚𝐫 – The threat as opposed to the action is often far more important… Read More Under Poison Wood (Apologies to Dylan Thomas)