Blacksheep brought to my attention that she thought she clicked on a Country-of-Liars link only to find a site that has lifted some of my content. Since I registered Country-of-Liars in 2009, it is all over the web, and some sites have indeed copied my content. The web is meant for sharing information, but it does not condone plagiarism. If the copied content lists the source with a link back to the page on Country-of-Liars, it’s generally okay.
Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the screen capture to see what I mean. This is the first page of results, and the green checkmarks indicate this site. The red Xs indicate a site that has used my content or is using the name to confuse people. I have one site only and you are looking at it. The Google search produced forty-four million pages.
It’s best to bookmark this site.
You may find this interesting as I did. It comes from PsychologyToday.com:
Confessions of a Sociopath
Thank you to my friend Robin for bringing it to my attention.
This is a tough post to write. [NOTE: this is not the end of this blog]
Due to physical and emotional injuries, I have been unable to hold a regular job for the past decade. I’ve been sustaining myself with a lot of luck these past 12 years, but that luck has finally run out. I’m losing my home within the next few weeks. I’m all alone on this one.
I’ve decided to go on with the minimum amount of “stuff” after accumulating what amounts to 21 years in the same house, raising two kids, and struggling to make ends meet. Character assassination lasts a life-time, so there’s no family or old relatives for me to call on. I have very few people in my life who I can call “close friends”. I pretty much keep to myself, my few clients, and my dogs. I’d rather not have my clients find out, but that will probably be close to impossible.
Recovery from evil is within your grasp, but it can’t be rushed. You can help it along, for example, by reading and/or beginning a daily journal of your own. It really is doable, but you must be proactive and patient.
I want to share with you a letter I received last night from a long-time reader. He subscribed to this site so as not to miss anything, but his letter was to inform me that he had just stopped his subscription:
I just “unsubscribed” from your blog continue reading…
NOTE: This single post is fictional though based on actual events. This is the only post on the site that contains non-factual content. It’s one way of looking at sociopaths.
have great reservations about sharing this with anyone. I learned at a recent meeting about those with AsPD (commonly referred to as sociopaths), along with NPD, BPD and others, primarily because it requires explaining how I got there. The truths, though, were beyond imagination.
So before I get to the meeting, I must explain briefly how the meeting was set up for me, and why. Even with my best effort, this part will be virtually impossible for me to convince you of — yet I still need to tell it. Because if that first unexpected event had never happened, then I would have never known about the meeting, or many other things. That event was the catalyst that influenced many parts of my life, but none nearly to the importance that the meeting played. continue reading…
What do you think of when you consider a ghost? There is no such thing? A transparent human form that glides across the floor? Eerie noises and footsteps? However, if you feel as if you’ve had an experience with a ghost, it’s not something you’d likely forget, good or bad.
I’ve come to realize ghosts in quite a different sort of way. They are real people from your past, but they are quite alive. They likely don’t know what you think of them, but if you happen to cross paths, those feelings you harbor can return immediately, good or bad. Why is fear and love so closely related. Honest, passionate love seems to be so rare, that some people will run from it. Is that the scary part? That people are afraid of that much love. What is in true love that makes some people so fearful, continue reading…
Includes the video in its entirety
Some of you — or possibly many of you — are familiar with TED.com. I, on the other hand, just happened upon the site recently and I immediately embraced it. For those who aren’t familiar with it, TED is an acronym for Technology, Entertainment and Design. It was founded in 1984.
TED brings together experts in their respective fields. Speakers have included those awarded with prizes such as the Nobel, Pritzker, Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Tony, and the MacArthur “genius” grant. Speakers have included past presidents and vice presidents. The one limiting factor all the speakers must abide by is that they speak for no more than 18 minutes, so be prepared to be a bit overloaded. continue reading…
NOTE: All names have been changed to protect my innocent ass.
Getting away with corporate espionage
Actually, I’ve had at least five supervisors with psychopathic traits — this post will focus primarily on one. This story takes place in the early 90s, during the same time I was married to a psychopath. Back then, I didn’t even know what a psychopath or sociopath was.
I got deeply involved into computers in the early 1980s. Within a couple years, people began to refer to me as a guru.
I was a few years ahead of the cusp of the digital transition era for print graphics. I slowly discovered that I continue reading…
Country-of-liars apparently provided material to the CBS-TV network.
I’m not much of a television watcher … never have been.
But for some reason, last night I turned on the TV and Miami CSI was just beginning. Though not intending to, I watched the entire episode. And I’m glad I did.
It was the ending that got me. As the “detective” delivered his lines, I froze. He told his associate how he resembled a psychopath, and with that, stated a list of five traits in the exact same order that I wrote mine here, and used the exact same words. I must have been meant to watch that show.
Updated 11 Jul 2012*
Here it’s been about 10 years since my sister, Kathy, became aware that I knew too much about her activities and she immediately made me her number one victim, and with my other siblings joining, destroyed my character. There’s been no communication between us for years. Out of my entire family, only my son and eldest aunt will speak with me.
Last week, I was talking with my aunt and out of the blue she said, “I don’t know what’s going on with Kathy. We were talking the other day and she told me to take you out of my will. I asked why? Kathy gave some weak answer, so I told her outright I was not taking you out of my will … and then she went ballistic. She was yelling at me like no one had ever done. She really upset me. But a couple days later, Kathy called me and she was back to her charming self.” continue reading…