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He inflicts inevitable harm; it’s only a matter of time.
He is inevitably left alone, his biggest fear.
OMG!! This is so true..Hugs Paula xx
Hug to you!
So very true Paula, I used to find it very intriguing to watch JC if he didn’t have a secondary supply of ns. Of course once we were together for a period of time I was no longer able to supply him with enough ns. He literally woupd grind to a halt. He would stop showering, didn’t care how he dressed, became hermitlike and withdrawn. They literally need the attention to live.
I always knew when he had a new supply or was working on a new target; he came alive.
Its really pitiful; not that I feel sorry for him; just pity.
Yeah, we don’t pity them in their pitifulness. (I don’t even think that’s a word.) 🙂
One can only hope to live long enough to see that happen—–but if they have no real feelings what difference would being along make for them? No supply?
The short answer: they need an audience. Without supply from their audience, they cease to function. 🙂
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