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GOT posters in order of normopathy

1. Vlad
2. Thirsty
3. hungry
4. He can’t
5. Orson
6. Jimmy






7. Sophie

Re: GOT posters in order of normopathy

Thank you

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can't disagree here. but who the fuck is Jimmy 😂

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That’s Snow

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lol

so OP thinks i'm the least normopath of this lot. that's good.

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It's gotta be Vlad! That was one of his usernames from IMDb years ago, way before Snow's time.

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The OP is Vlad.

Jimmy is Snow.

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Ah! I had to scroll up. Didn't even see Jimmy in the list! Is he hot? I need to add to my board lovers collection.

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He’s a smoking hot 6’4 Greek model who is hung like a horse.

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Score!

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Yes vlad, because I’m talking to myself and that’s so normopathic.

I'm cumming.

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interesting…

Normopathy, the Abnormal Push for Normalcy

When the desire to fit in becomes deadening.

[…]

The normopath is defined by a particular kind of anxiety - psychophobia, or the fear of looking within and examining one’s own psyche. Normopathic selves reject self-reflection and have diminished curiosity about inner life. The cognitive corollaries, suggests Bollas, are CBT therapies alongside our nation’s widespread dependence on prescription drugs and evidence-based health care system. Result-oriented attitudes have replaced a deeper, more profound self-inquiry.

[…]psychoanalyst Joyce McDougall coined the term “normopathy” to mean a fear of individuality. As a symptom, it’s difficult to identify because it is often hard to see; the normopath is trying to fit in and be like everyone else. Yet he is abnormal in the pursuit of normalcy. He has lost touch with himself. This kind of person yearns for social approval and validation at the expense of individual expression and creativity. The concept of normopathy resonates with D. W. Winnicott’s idea of the false self, which is formed in response to the demands of the external environment rather than from impulses and desires from within.

The normopath often exhibits hyper-rationality in dealings with others. For instance, he loves facts. He is drawn to factual data, not in order to share or develop a common body of knowledge or research, according to Bollas, but rather, “facts are collected and stored because this activity is reassuring. It is part of a personal evolution in which he [the normopath] unconsciously attempts to become an object in the object world.” With every digital upgrade he makes on his iPhone and tablet, he becomes more object-like, a vehicle for his devices, a receptacle for the transmission of their vast information. (Did you really even want to upgrade?) In the realm of the normopath, human reality is laundered of idiosyncrasy as well as emotion. For many of us today, the perceptions of others, the world, and ourselves are increasingly mediated by computer applications.

[…]

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-me-in-we/201811/normopathy-the-abnormal-push-normalcy

😂

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