Haroush: you might be confusing NPD with other disorders that people have on DDO, like for example i have asperger's thus a take a logical stance on life but i can't read peoples emotions clearly and through that transaction others can get hurt.
By the way, I am not saying I don't have problems either, but I am just seeing more and more people going around as if they are absolutely correct. Now, I may give passionate responses in comment sections sometimes, but I give people the same equal power in a debate. If I didn't I'd be respectful. For example, sometimes when we debate, there comes a time when you realize your opponent isn't going to give up and neither are you. And if the debate has already carried on to a point where both people have expressed their full understanding of a situation, what is the point of continuing the argument? I mean, if you are in an actual debate, it is a different story, but either way, you do your best to be ethical in the sense of respect. Why is there a need to degrade the perception of someone personally? I don't see a point in it.
Haroush : No you specifically said and i quote "Here we have another DDO user with NPD... Guess who?" http://www.debate.org/polls/should-rape-be-legal-if-abortion-is-legal/?vid=1A40EBAD-2E60-4E98-A085-0077C5FABA3D so don't try and run away from you problems...
And their their are two sides to a message: A sender and a receiver. The sender sends a message that is intended to be perceived the way the sender wanted it to be perceived, but the truth is there is multiple ways of perceiving a message. For example, I could give you an okay hand signal to you and then give an okay hand signal to someone else, and they would interpret it as a money signal. Or perhaps, I could be a fan of the Texas Longhorns, so I throw up a Texas longhorn hand signal, though someone else may interpret this as devil horns. So, miss-communication is the issue being displayed here. One way of avoiding miss-communication is by asking questions when you are not sure what someone is attempting to say.
Well, I did take psychology courses, but no I am not a certified psychologist so I couldn't do that. Besides, in order for a psychologist to make a diagnoses on someone, they have to have multiple encounters with the individual in a face-to-face discussion in order to figure out what the person is dealing with. Therefore, there is only so much you can tell about someone online, but when you have a face-to-face discussion with someone you can read their body language, plus their verbal messages. Then observe where there is contradictions so on and so forth.
Also, at Reece, you are right I said those words, (this is in regards to you quoting me) but I didn't intend for the message to come out like that. Sometimes, frustration can make you say things that are "default" in your brain.