Narcissists

Narcissists are selfish, self-absorbed, deceitful, and incapable of empathy, but one of the most dangerous things about a narcissist is how easy it can be to fall for them. They’re usually incredibly charming, eloquent, intelligent, and charismatic when you first meet them. But don’t be fooled by the mask they show you – a narcissist’s kindness never lasts. A narcissist will take everything you have to give and demand more without ever giving back anything in return. And the worst part is, they make you want to do it! they're such experts at manipulating people that you may not even realize it when they’re doing it to you! So, we've made this video to expose the common mind games and manipulation tactics narcissists use!

Credits Writer: Chloe Avanasa

References:
Perez, M. (2019). “The Language Narcissists Use to Manipulate and Traumatize Their Victims.” Jo ...

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Is it? Is it not ADHD

Is it or isn't is ADHD

Yes I have a diagnoses          I think I may have ADHD

There are 7 distinct types of ADHD in children and teens

Short attention span – Homework – schoolwork

  1. They can focus on anything new – novel – anything highly stimulating – scary movies
  2. Disorganized in time and space
  3. Procrastinate
  4. Lets have a problem – (but it’s not done intentionally)
  5. Impulse control – they do not consider the long term.

 

  • The solution for most is a stimulant – Ritalin – Adderall – Dexedrine – Dyanavel – Evekeo – ProCentra – Vyvanse.  To force the frontal lobe to wake up.
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Neurotransmitter

Neurotransmitter types

There are more than 100 neurotransmitters to date. These Neurotransmitters have different types of action:

  • Excitatory neurotransmitters encourage a target cell to take action.
  • Inhibitory neurotransmitters decrease the chances of the target cell taking action. In some cases, these neurotransmitters have a relaxation-like effect.
  • Modulatory neurotransmitters can send messages to many neurons at the same time. They also communicate with other neurotransmitters.

Some neurotransmitters can carry out various functions, depending on the type of receptor that they are connecting to.

Some of the best-known neurotransmitters are -

Acetylcholine triggers muscle contractions, stimulates some hormones, and controls the heartbeat. It also plays an im ...

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