Toxic Influences

From an eventful range of sessions attended since Easter 16, I’ve begun to  realise part of the family dynamics that had effected my so. Some of the accusations include:

  • scapegoating
  • bullying
  • personality disorders
  • narcissist, sociopath & narcissistic sociopath
  • dysfunctional family
  • baiting
  • TOXIC

As a result of various advice & research, it seems that contact with them will have to be ended.

How To Play The Narcissist’s Game

If you know one, this is a great read…

An Upturned Soul

*I’m adding a disclaimer of sorts to this post due to a few people who seem to think that I’m claiming to be an expert. When I use the word – expert – to refer to myself, I’m being sardonic towards myself. I use humour to deal with my pain. I am not an expert, I simply grew up with parents who are narcissists, who made my life a confusing hellish nightmare.

I’m sorry if I did not make it clear enough in my words, I thought I had.

This is a personal blog (by a real person and human being) where I share some of my experiences and thoughts. This is one of the ways I have chosen to sort through my own issues.

When I wrote this post I did not expect anyone to read it, posting it publicly was a challenge to myself to break through the…

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A failed experiment: How LG screwed up its webOS acquisition

webOS update

Gigaom

Things were looking up in early 2013 for the team behind webOS, a pioneering but star-crossed mobile operating system. After surviving the implosion of Palm and a rocky acquisition by HP, LG stepped in to buy the team. The consumer electronics giant seemed like a white knight with a plan: To make webOS  the core of LG’s next-generation smart TV platform, and use the brains behind webOS to create a much-needed engine of innovation at LG. To create a unit that was meant to help the company to beat competitors like Samsung with Silicon Valley smarts. A disruptive force.

Eighteen months later, the acquisition looks a lot like a failure. About a third of the webOS team has left [company]LG[/company] since the acquisition, including some recent high-profile departures. Others are close to making the jump, as early euphoria has been displaced by disillusionment and frustration. The LG Silicon Valley Lab

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Nominations : CG’s Admin. Team 2015

CG Elections 2015!

Circle Group

Following our intense CG growth, now may be the time to call for Nominations for our CG’s Admin. Team 2015. Within reason there have been some issues, yet overall our well-selected Admin Team have made marvellous steps forward, together with some active Members. This is where the provided Activity of Members of this Group display Steven Schwartz, Mike Zachry, Monica Vest Wheeler & Neil Cameron – examples of recent posts.

We need more direct involvement by nominations like these. Elections will then be drafted & 2015 should be a year of growth to look forward to!

Send me a LI message OR eMail tony.harewood@bigpond.com.

Good luck,
Tony Harewood | Circle Group

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