Anonymous asked: Were you diagnosed with a personality disorder?
I don’t like the term “personality disorder”. It sounds negative. I don’t want to label or associate myself as being anything negative, as a general rule I don’t feel negative about who I am. Saying “personality disorder” makes it become a bad thing, I don’t see it as a bad thing. It’s just a fact about me.
Whenever someone I’ve just met, and have no interest in continuing to associate with, shows any kind of interest in me, I just drop the mask.
Only for an instant, but it works every time. They catch a glimpse of me and they run. Often without even realising it themselves.
I am not a monster, I’m merely a better you
If you don’t want me to lie, don’t ask me to tell the truth.
Empaths feel justified in their cruelty and believe they are doing something good. Sociopaths are ambivalent. While they may hurt you, they at least consider you a human being. Empaths have to turn you into a monster, and no method of torture is too cruel for a monster. When criminals were drawn and quartered, it didn’t draw crowds of sociopaths to jeer and cheer. They were all empaths.
—unknown (via the-weaving)