somewhere in the searches
i did the extensions on the profile of areas of sincerity
possessive
obsession
letting go easily…decisions as partners…
jealousy…what sort of jealousy
and areas around where eg. pointed out now this area here…
…and so on and so forth
in terms of psychopathy rather than just saying look at the value system of the 11th philosophy which comes from my psychology…certainly who else wrote it…it isnt like a movie and be creative about…
backed up by many examples of reality and the 10 commandments
how many contradictions and discourse in the psychology…to neutrality…would make societal pressure of what…exactly to push and shuv and make allegations because of that profiles essence which means exerting aggressive opposite pressures, on the brain and emotions…suppressed and oppressed psychologies…and to further subject it to more intense interrogations and so on … to make markers…or drive up the poles.. thus mental strength and stability to unstable…weaken the psychology…in demoralizing tactics for example…

And so… It goes regarding materialism value to sincerity, loyalty… Leave title out too
as per analysis of my profile…
rather than contradictory arguments…
along with racist?
no my dear…
if i was racist then i would of killed someone according to profile of made up accusations…
difference in ego…
that ego of racist match to match would be a killer,
beater , rapist …
doesnt fit
was a COO that drove n a short period…
1 billion rand less with market loss due regulations…
to 550 million rand
4 years from that up and down…to 4,2 billion…
yes that loss slashed the revenue by 50 percent nearly…
adjustments
The reason why I didn’t keep my ex wife under control economically… Wasn’t to spoil…
I had reasons to spoil…
Not materialism… Socially too…to overboard…
Thus too…
Would be like scripture…
Using freedom and free will… For flesh…
Kukoo…
Therefore too…
Work together is an ideal partner… Good partner
Not assassins
Big doods
I presume not a walkover…
Probably sympathetic and empathetic and do things out of sincerity… And neither pitty stories too
Not obssession
Therefore too
Anti social… Nope…
A vendetta of societal. Contradictions…

haven’t contradicted myself since then…
And those strings per what wrote are very dangly and desperate lol
Do. I want to trample it to smitherines or something… 😂

In the window 2 maybe and or 4a 4 or 3…opposite opposite is negative in changing minds it means also… The answer is wrong if I say opposite opposite…did I write that nope im writing from. The opposite of that opposite… Fishy hey lol
So according to the coherences I drew all the way thru and into societal psychologies, an into the laws and by laws and building thereof and also advice…
Would be goin in the direction of the moral higher ground… And that’s not martyrdom… It’s moral. High ground… Period… Moral decay and mental decay… The opposite of that opposite… New form of interpretations… All Majority are like that… U sick u need help… Looks like it all the way thru, the right advice I been giving

hanging on to things to prove not hanging on to an ex wife,
which with just a word wouldnt be enough …
i.e. synthetic telepathy isnt something u can do over night
or make a virtual business of for creating and deadening feelings in already going committed relationships, perhaps it depends too on the state of the relationship…but i dont think so…
it needs an actual real event to work around and work off for substance…
6months isnt long enough too u will walk out confused and delusional and in the clouds…
i.e u are mad thinking that maybe lets try it and learn it…
to creating fictitious or manipulated scenarios such as done in interrogations…wont last…
so it needs a real event…to start with…
the part about proving the areas of synthetic telepathy relating to hanging onto things isnt the pigeon holing part too…
neither the breaking up part or pushing away
its actually a little in the distance since have to prove a component of synthetic telepathy and its use
which will state…he isnt hanging onto that person she is long gone out of the picture…
let me think of how to say it because it could be used to bring back in as hanging onto…
and if it is will bring back that area of why not hanging onto…the proof thereof …
and some other things can be done…
for example…leave that area out rather than trying to use it to bring back into for the …proof of hanging onto things

Love is a healthy emotion that grows between two people once they’ve invested time and energy into getting to really know one another, flaws, pet peeves and all. Obsession is different. In the beginning it may feel a lot like love. It makes your heart race and you can think of almost nothing else except the other person. Obsession is an unhealthy emotion that becomes more and more suffocating over time.
When two people fall in love, they maintain their individual identities and interests. They are not threatened when their partner elects to spend time with family or friends without always including them. They are happy for and proud of their partner’s accomplishments, even when those accomplishments are exclusive of the relationship. With obsession, it becomes nearly impossible to be without one another. The obsessive partner feels a physical need to be with the object of their obsession every day and to know exactly where they are and who they are with whenever they are not together. Negative feelings such as jealousy and paranoia begin to creep into the relationship. The obsessive individual suspects that their partner may be cheating or that everything they do or say is somehow a reflection of how they feel about them…

i bet gonna find allegations
to be incorrect
carry on down that analysis area…of the profile analysis above,
and then ull see the differences obssessed and love and sincerity and crystal balls and the effort it takes just from that analogy…but its a strong strong image…
i see
so if its such a strong image
and u say u not fighter…
but at the same time u will loose…
u wont win her or him back again
which means u need to do what
build trust communication and confidence because u have to communicate to all the parts that makes her or him say u dont know me anymore or something like that
its not over…its shattered or cracked
backtracking into their own package of delusions…
1 tracked mind and keep like that for playing the fiddle allegations

An obsessive person will spend inordinate amounts of time trying to please their partner in an ongoing effort to assure that the partner does not want to cheat on or leave them. They may place multiple phone calls, send countless texts or emails all in one day. They may write poems or songs to the object of their obsession. They make attempts to spend every unoccupied moment with them, often making plans well in advance to assure that every moment can be accounted for. They limit the other’s ability to spend time with family or friends and become angry and jealous when they do choose others over them.
Often, an obsessive person can become verbally or physically abusive and express great amounts of remorse afterward, yet they consistently blame their partner for bringing on the abuse themselves. Over time, they reduce their partner to a helpless, dependent individual that is a mere shell of the person they supposedly fell in love with. This is done in a subconscious attempt to maintain control over their partner.
The individual who becomes involved with an obsessive partner can grow to realize it, but it is often well after the relationship grows out of control, though in most cases, that doesn’t take too long. Once that has happened, it becomes harder to extricate oneself from the relationship, especially without much guilt and possibly danger. In extreme cases of obsessive love, the obsessive partner may subject their lover to verbal or physical abuse, rape, stalking or even murder.
How to spot obsession?
Inability to apply reason and logic to the relationship. (i.e. you know you are pretty incompatible but you choose to ignore the obvious signs)
Paranoia exists about possible infidelities, especially when you are not together. Over time, the paranoia may become even more illogical
Driving by a partner’s home, office or other frequented places hoping to catch a glimpse of them or catch them with someone else to validate feelings of paranoia.
Inability to focus on anything else, including work, because the obsessive relationship occupies all thoughts and consumes copious quantities of time. This might mean that even while at work one constantly tries to reach their partner by phone, sends emails, daydreams, writes poetry, takes long lunches to buy gifts or to stalk their lover, etc.
Feelings of confusion (i.e. I know I can’t possibly be in love with them, but when why can’t I imagine life without them?)
Loss of sleep and appetite. Increasing feelings of anxiety and depression.
Feelings of extreme depression and low self-esteem brought on when the relationship begins to suffer strains. This happens to individuals who allow their entire identify to become wrapped up in the relationship.
Inability to accept the end of the relationship. May believe that your partner really can’t live without and still loves you even when they refuse to take your calls, ask to be left alone or even seek restraining orders.
Belief that if you continue your stalking or obsessive behaviors, they will realize that they still love you and will take you back.
Manipulation of a lover through guilt tactics.
Dulling pain through use of drugs, alcohol or other self-destructive behaviors as feelings of rejection and depression become more frequent.
Promises to change oneself to please the partner. This may mean anything from changes in behavior, to changes in appearance, habits, interests, etc. At times, changes may even become apparent, but they are not likely to be lasting, so beware of such tactics.
Love is a feeling from the heart, and obsession can be termed as a crazy feeling. Though love and obsession are related in some aspects, the two can never be thought to be the same.
Love is a feeling that is uncontrollable, and a feeling which one has for another person. Love always means caring, supportive and giving. On the other hand, obsession is only a crazy idea where a person cannot think in an affectionate manner.
Love is a feeling when a person wants the best for the one he loves, and always wants them to be happy, even if they are not part of his life. On the other hand, obsession is a crazy feeling where the person wants the other to be his or her’s only. An obsessed person always thinks of having the beloved one on his or her side all day.

Chemical basis
One may give more importance to the other’s needs when in love. For the person who is in love, the other’s needs are given prominence. Whereas, an obsessed person gives more importance to his or her needs. Love is something that makes one feel good. Obsession makes one look like an idiot.
It can be said that love has no limits or boundaries. In love, there is complete freedom. Well, obsession is something that has its own limitations, and it is a condition where one feels like they have no freedom.
Obsession is also shrouded with jealousy. On the other hand, love is always pure, and it is the understanding between individuals. Persons who are in love, trust each other blindly. On the contrary, an obsessive person will always want to know every detail about the other person. This only means that an obsessive relationship lacks trust.

Love vs obsession
Summary:

Love always means caring, supportive and giving. Obsession is only a crazy idea where a person cannot think in an affectionate manner.
One may give more importance to the other’s needs when in love. Whereas, an obsessed person gives more importance to his or her needs.
Love has no limits or boundaries, and there is complete freedom. Well, obsession is something that has its own limitations, and it is a condition where one feels like they have no freedom.
What causes obsessive love?
The process that mental-health professionals engage in to assess obsessive love includes evaluating the person to ensure that mental disorders that may present with this symptom are considered and treated if present. Examples of some such disorders include schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, delusional disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, a personality disorder, or organic (caused by a medical condition) brain syndrome. Warning signs that someone is suffering from obsessive love may include the following:
Low self-esteem/a tendency of needing excessive reassurance
Obsessively talking about their loved object
Making repeated calls, texts, and/or faxes to the love object
Unwanted intensive attention to the love object
A tendency to have extremely good or bad (not balanced) feelings about someone
A tendency to focus on only the positive or the negative aspects of their loved one
Trouble focusing on work, recreation, socializing, or other aspects of their lives outside of the object of their affection
Attempts to monitor or otherwise control their love object’s life and activities
Excessive joy, to the point of relief, when able to get in touch with or be with their love object
What is the treatment for obsessive love?
Treating obsessive love often involves psychotherapy. Any underlying mental illness should be treated with medication if appropriate.