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Gaslighting: How psychopaths manipulate us

The following column was written by Dr George Simon, PhD for the Counselling Resource.com website: Gaslighting is a sophisticated manipulation tactic which certain types of personalities use to create doubt in the minds of others. Here’s how it works and what to watch out for. In a stage play and …

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Zero tolerance! Anil breaks silence on dope video

Sport Minister Anil Roberts has reminded Wired868 of his Government’s “zero tolerance” approach to drugs in the wake of a controversial video, aired by TV6, which appeared to show a bald headed, loud-mouth Minister smoking marijuana and discussing rolling techniques in a motel room with some amiable females; none of …

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Sweetman-Sharma-goes-ballistic-MPs-are-atrocious

Sex and power, religion and politics, an old quenk and a young temptress, a misled school girl and an irresponsible teacher, faith-based healing versus medical diagnosis, violence and counter-violence, a mall built too close to the highway, another MP gone wild and, of course, a poor Brahmin boboolee. Mr Live …

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Glenn in dog house for trying to vet CAL stewardess

Minister of the People Glenn Ramadharsingh found himself in the dog house today after the Trinidad Express revealed that the MP allegedly threatened a 25-year-old CAL flight attendant after a flight from Tobago earlier this month. Ramadharsingh, according to a report lodged with the police and Airports Authority, appeared intoxicated …

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Jack Warner returns: The HNIC plots fiery comeback in 2014

Scene: Jack Warner is busy making phone calls at his Arouca home while his longstanding sidekick, Johnson, looks on anxiously. Jack Warner (speaking into mobile phone): Hello Gypsy. It’s Jack! How are… What? Your office phone ringing? But Gypsy, you sound like you in a party or something… Gypsy? Gypsy? (Warner …

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MATT “disappointed” with Defamation and Libel Act

The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT) is disappointed that the amendments to the Defamation and Libel Act 2013 that excluded the repeal of Section 8 of the Act have been passed in the Senate. Section 8 of the Act, which states, “If any person maliciously publishes any defamatory …

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