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Do cluster B's really suffer? From my personal witness of about 45 years, no. They do not. Unless they do not get what they want, maybe. This seems to be more of a challenge to them to try a different strategy until they find what meets their goal.
If someone is educated and manages to successfully break the cycle so the disordered is shut down, they still don't suffer! They focus on the next target.
Emotional pain experienced is based on the illusion the pathological presented.
"Pathological Love Relationships and who they impact are gender-neutral. They ef
Abandonment is an early childhood feeling.
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