I am talking about aging
I am talking about aging narcissists, but I am also elaborating by the types of narcissists. Some of the characteristics of the narcissist may vary, based on the their type. I didn’t get into the classes or ranking order of the aging narcissist. However, the components to their aging lures to progressing trauma to their supply, with still no accountability to the narcissist’s behavior! When the narcissist age, they do not age gracefully. There is a cruel swipe of punishment to the process of the aging narcissist. Listen to this video and stay equip, as you graciously and wisely age?
Hello, in this video, your volume is waaaaaayyyy too low. Cannot hear anything that you said, so I had to click off of it. So sorry.
Listening to this hit home for me, the narc is 55, he's a kidney transplant patient and takes a lot of medication for other issues. He has gotten worst. I thought him aging was safe, but as you said aging is more dangerous. All of what you taught has happened, I reengaged but not emotionally. I agreed to let the narc rent out my spare room. Before we could make any final decisions, he had his daughter drop him off. Drove from NC to VA. After one week he was livid that I was not interested in a relationship and insisted he continue to sleep in the spare bedroom. Well, he watched me speak to the neighbors father who comes to cut her grass and for weeks he kept gaslighting me saying I was sleeping with her dad. He attempted to munipulate me into intimacy in which I declined, He raced out the door; knocked on the neighbors door and told her I was sleeping with her father, then he said I could put my hands around your neck and choke you, me reacting said come on choke me so I can whip your azz. I played like I was calling the police, he left. When he returned for his things he said "you got everything you worked for your house your business" and I have nothing. I am not throwing away 17 years." Now that he is gone, he's leaving me texts and voice messages trying to scare me. Saying I should watch my back because that man's wife knows who I am and to make matters worst I found a document in the spare room as I was cleaning it out, I was confused when I went to file it, the whole file was gone. The narc also threatened my business. I have a contract with the state and he said he was going to tell them everything he knows because he should know anything about my clients. Now I know what he means, I came in one day and he said the papers fell off your desk and I picked them up. I often just ignored him, so I never asked what he was doing in my office. He's become soo much worst, I would not have thought that was possible. Thanks for the video: I will play it everyday until I feel I'm healed. I don't have the energy to go off again, I did once before I lied, gaslighted, word salad, projected, shaped his reality ect. that's what caused him to ghost for 6 months. Prey for me.
Thank you once again another powerful message!! The Narcissist Loosing their mind will be the ultimate revenge!!?
Demons and devils, that's what they are. I spend 50 years with all kinds of this individuals. It's just sick and I wonder how I survived all that.
Today people worldwide
Today people worldwide are living longer. By 2050, the world’s population, age 60 and older, is expected to total 2 billion, researchers say. But there is one more important thing about how to stay healthy and young at the same time.
The aging process affects people in different ways, scientists say. They studied 106 healthy individuals from 29 to 75 years of age, including taking blood and stool samples. The conclusion they came to was that aging types are the reason for why people age differently.
When you get old, you may have to deal with different health problems, but again, different people face different issues. So far, researchers have discovered 4 different pathways: metabolic, immune, liver, and kidney. But they say there could be even more.
The scientists shared in the study that each “ageotype” affects different parts of your body and triggers different health problems.
Metabolic ageotype people may have a tendency to develop diabetes as they age.
People with a liver ageotype have a greater risk for liver disease, researchers suggested.
An immune ageotype is vulnerable to inflammation and immune system disorders.
Kidney ageotype could have an increased risk of different kidney conditions.
An ageotype is not just a diagnosis. It can actually help people to minimize health risk factors, say researchers. If you know which problems you are going to face in the future, you can start working on them in advance. So basically your body can stay younger longer.
The process is simple. You first have to figure out your type and then you can start changing your habits. You can pick a more suitable way to work out or avoid certain kinds of food, for example. The interesting
The team also mentions that you can be more than one type. In this case, you may face a combined risk for different health problems. This research becomes really important when you understand how your life will be easier when you can get rid of any health problems and concentrate on keeping yourself young
And there was one more remarkable finding from this study. During the 2 years of the experiment participants didn’t show a tendency toward changing their ageotype. After a lifestyle modification like a diet, for example, the ageotype markers decreased in some cases and that just meant that these people were aging at a slower rate.
How long would you like to live? How do you invest your time and money to stay younger
Our brains are powerful
Our brains are powerful pieces of machinery that give us the capacity to do amazing things. Unfortunately, common wisdom says that age isn’t too kind to our minds’ abilities. Neuroscientist Thad Polk walks through the actual effects of aging on the human brain and shows that our assumptions might not be so accurate.
Dr. Thad Polk has been a member of the University of Michigan psychology faculty since 1996. His lab uses functional MRI, computational modeling, and behavioral experimentation to study the neural architecture of cognition, including how it is affected by aging, by experience, and by genetics. He has taught over 6,000 UM students over the past 20 years. In 2006, he was named an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in recognition of outstanding contributions to undergraduate education, and in 2012 Princeton Review included him on its list of the Best 300 Professors in the US.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
So fluid processing, the vitally important one declines with age. Which we all knew. Not much use being stuck in the middle of WAl-Mart totally lost and not knowing how to remedy it, while knowing '30 days has September........'.
Well, when ya look at someone old like dRumph, now there is an example of recrutfment of all kinds of bunk!
Even your parents come and go, ur neices and siblings go off and get married. U need to make sure u have ur own wife and own kids when u start aging. Even the Bible says that.
Man, interesting talk from old Owen Wilson
Wait; aging massively increases the likelihood that you will have one or more than one disease or disorder that directly affects cognitive ability. High B/P, diabetes of both types, Parkinsons, Cancer and it's treatment, depression, drug side effects...I could go on but I don't have to. This man doesn't live in the real world, in which we aren't lab rats. In the real world, as we age these things are massive contributors to functional deficits. I am an occupational therapist, and we help people with daily living tasks. There is no better way to see brain dysfunction that to ask an older client do a familiar daily living task. I don't need an fMRI to tell you things have gone south.