Is your self-concept delusional or accurate? The Dunning-Kruger Effect

Why accurate perception of yourself makes you happier. Most people are average. You, me, and probably every person you’ve ever met would fall within the statistical bell-curve or averageness, and this is totally normal and acceptable. In statistics this is known as normal distribution and it looks like this: The majority of the population (68% to be exact) are somewhere within the middle of the … Continue reading Is your self-concept delusional or accurate? The Dunning-Kruger Effect

Future-Faking People-Pleasers

When impression management of the “nice-guy” leads to deceptive behaviour. Future-faking is a manipulation tool used by coercive people to obtain a short-term objective by giving the illusion of long-term rewards for the victim, which never eventuate. Basically, a carrot on a stick, or a desert mirage. In many cases this tactic is used by scammers, narcissists, MLM schemes, and gambling businesses to extract as … Continue reading Future-Faking People-Pleasers

The Restrainer & The Great Apostacy

How “Once saved, Always saved” and the Pre-Tribulation Rapture are bringing about Destruction of the Church. Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons, speaking lies in hypocrisy, having their own conscience seared with a hot iron… 1 Timothy 4:1-2 (NKJV) At the moment, many western Christians believe two … Continue reading The Restrainer & The Great Apostacy

Disorganised Attachment, Dissociative Disorder and New Age Practices

What Christians need to know about Religious Beliefs and Mental Health One of the things I’ve encountered from New Age practitioners in terms of attacks on my choice of Christianity is the implication that I’m mentally unstable and people cannot trust anything I say. Firstly, this the very reason why people never discuss their mental health with others and why they suffer in silence; people … Continue reading Disorganised Attachment, Dissociative Disorder and New Age Practices