So How many bitches be crazy?

Newtons bitchesThose of you who follow this blog may have noticed that I have an above average interest in numbers. After watching a video from Terrence Popp over at redonkulas.com I started wondering how many [1] “NARBIPOLBITCHISTIC” women there are out there that could seriously screw up someone’s life, especially that of a nice Beta man.

In this I’m going to do a short post with data from The National Survey on Drug use and Health from the American government [2]. As our society is gradually working to normalize deviations in female behavior, ranging from the denial that females can be domestic abusers, to encouraging narcissism and anti-social behavior in women, this is highly relevant for your journey into the sexual market place.

One can argue that entering the sexual market place without knowledge of the risks, is the equivalent of entering a casino with no understanding of the odds. This is in no way arguing that all women are crazy, but pointing out that a large number of women do suffer from disorder that can make a relationship with them a rather complex and damaging ordeal.

Prevalence of Mental Illness in the United States

National Survey of Drug use and Health - 2014

National Survey of Drug use and Health – 2014

Now from the graph, we can tell that 21.8% of women fit the criteria in the survey for having impairment, including behavioral, emotional and mental disorders, that can be diagnosed according to the DSM-V criteria and within the present year.

Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean that only 21.8% of women literally are crazy, it just means that these were the ones crazy enough to actually be diagnosed. For those of you who are sitting there going “Wow, that is a lot of crazy” it roughly means that if you sleep with 5 women, one of them was probably crazy.

This comes out to about a total of 34.5 million women who are crazy enough to be diagnosed with a mental, emotional or behavioral illness in the United States. I think I should also repeat that these are only the ones who are crazy enough to get a diagnosis and it does not include drug or other substance abuse. You can do plenty of damage without a diagnosis.

Another thing I need to mention is called “comorbidity” which is a word for when symptoms of more than one mental disorder is present in the same person. This is especially high for the Axis 2 personality disorders [3,4] that also include such gems as borderline personality disorder, anti-social personal disorder, narcissistic personality disorder and histrionic personality disorder.

For those of you who are thinking “Well, we all know that Americans are crazy, I live in the UK so not a problem for me” according to a statistic I found [5], 1 in 4 UK residents will experience a mental health problem each year.

This includes that 3 – 5 out of 100 will have a personality disorder, 1 – 3 out of 100 will have bipolar disorder and 1 – 3 will have schizophrenia. Note that these numbers do not include people in hospitals and prisons, so the numbers are likely higher. This means that your chance of banging a crazy chick if you take a Roosh V tour of the UK, is 25%. In comparison, shooting yourself in the head with every trigger pull in Russian Roulette with 1 bullet in the cylinder is 1/6 or  16.6%.

I tried finding the same statistics for the European Union, but I had issues finding updated numbers, however the numbers from 2001 were available. [6] I do give the European Union credit on having the most fancy reports and PowerPoint presentations with the most feeling and the least facts. This shows that prevalence rate in the respondent countries were similar to the other data sets. Thus I went digging for more data.

global_mental_disorders

I found a story by NBC News from 2004 where the chart above was collected from [7] It is unclear from the article whether or not personality disorders are included in these numbers. The reason why I focus so much on personality disorders, especially those in the Axis 2 or “Cluster B” is that these are considered untreatable and incurable by mainstream psychiatry, and thus while you can put your bi-polar girl or Schizophrenic on medication, Axis 2 is forever.

The challenge for men is that often these personalities do not manifest full force early on, often one may be deceived that the woman only has cute quirks, and nobody is perfect right? Yet, this is a minimal manifestation of how the problems will develop. When suffering from pussy-blindness, most men are irrational and should not be permitted to make decisions, yet this tends to happen more frequently than not. The cultural narrative is also that “love conquers all“, which puts most people in a position where evaluating the other personal from a transactional perspective may cause significant guilt.

You must keep in mind that a relationship with a woman who suffers from a mental disorder is no different from one with someone who has physical ailments, it will affect your life in highly negative ways.

The big question

So, I suppose the question some of you may be asking by now is “But Black Label Logic, how can I tell if she’s just normal woman crazy as opposed to DSM-V crazy?” To answer that, I’m going to draw from the most actionable book on the topic in my experience and I have read over 40 books on the subject. “Dangerous Personalities” [8] by Ex-FBI profiler Joe Navarro [9].

His lists of traits are highly actionable and useful in the real world. The core problem with using the DSM-V or the European equivalent is that they are made for clinical settings where a trained professional evaluates a patient over time, and in a controlled setting. This is not the case when you happen to run into Barbie after having a couple of drinks in a nightclub.

Joe Navarro outlines multiple dangerous personalities in his book.

Narcissistic personality

The core traits of a narcissist is that everything is about them and their needs. While this term is frequently uses colloquially to refer to anyone who is pompous, self-important, self-aggrandizing, or self-centered, the true meaning is something who has a core maxim of “Everyone should treat my needs, priorities and preferences as their own.”

To accomplish this they will use just about any means necessary but tend to default to psychological manipulation. Their chief goal according to the literature is to secure sources of narcissistic supply, meaning people who supplicate to them, or supply them with flattery, material goods and preferential treatment. Patrick Bateman from American psycho is a great example of a malignant narcissist who kills in bursts of Narcissistic injury.

Some of the traits in the screening quiz include:

Excerpt from Dangerous Personalities by Joe Navarro. Narcissistic personality disorder

Excerpt from Dangerous Personalities by Joe Navarro. Narcissistic personality disorder

Emotionally unstable personality (borderline)

Borderline personality is a type of disorder that it somewhat of a catch-all and that professionals argue about. Some have argued that it is the female equivalent of anti-social personality disorder, while others argue that it is a stand-alone disorder. Like the narcissist, the borderline is very much self-involved, and their goal is to avoid real or perceived loss of relationships. The irony is that they behave in a manner that makes them almost impossible to be around. The internet meme of “overly attached girlfriend” is very typical of borderlines. Journalist Milo Yiannopoulos coined a phrase for feminists “quantum state feminists” to symbolize they they act as both victim and aggressor at the same time, and this is very much the case with people who suffer from borderline personality disorder.

They exist in a world where things are black and white, where there is either unconditional love or hatred, no middle-ground.

Paranoid personality

I’m not going to write much on paranoid personality, because it is a personality structure that largely seem to affect males, and thus not highly relevant to this article. However, the key traits boil down to a lack of trust and a penchant for mistrusting others. The paranoid personality will often attribute malice where none exist, congeal grand schemes and conspiracy theories from separate events.

The Predator (Anti-social personality disorder)

The psychopathic personality is one where a lot of research has been done, but largely on inmates in correctional facilities or patients in mental institutions. Harvey Cleckley the author of “The Mask of Sanity” thought of them as insane, but appearing sane, and the French term of psychopath actually means “madness without delirium“. The psychopath like the narcissist is prone to predatory lifestyles, self-aggrandizing behavior and dishonesty, while being less prone to narcissistic injury than the narcissist.

Combination personalities

Joe speaks about these in length in the book, and I looked up co-morbidity for Axis-2/Cluster B personality disorders and some studies have shown them to be up to 60%, meaning that 6/10 people who have traits of one of the personality disorders will have traits of another one as well.

Conclusions

I’m not writing this to scare anyone, more of as a warning that mental illness does happen, and if you think “normal” women are crazy, wait until you deal with someone who could actually be diagnosed. The damage these women can do range from boiling bunnies (Fatal Attraction) to pulling a Lorena Bobbitt (which she will probably by applauded for by the modern feminist movement).

Know that if you as a man get tangled up with one of these women, there will not be any shelters for you to run to, they are prone to making false allegations of all kinds from domestic to child abuse, just to hurt the men who are attempting to escape from them. These women are Lucifer’s daughter [10] as coined by Illimitableman.

The only true advice to give other than educating yourself on mental illnesses, through reading posts like this, the linked books, and blogs. Is to trust your gut, if you ask yourself “Is she crazy?” yes, she is. If you or other people around you notice negative changes such as being isolated from your friends and family, constantly feeling guilty, afraid or obligated to do something. If you notice Machiavellian tactics being used against you, or her reactions being out of proportion to events, then get out.

More Reading

Dangerous personalities by Joe Navarro

Snakes in Suits by Robert Hare

Sources:

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GD6oxd2G6s

[2] http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/prevalence/any-mental-illness-ami-among-us-adults.shtml

[3] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7694906

[4] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9777282

[5] http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/types-of-mental-health-problems/statistics-and-facts-about-mental-health/how-common-are-mental-health-problems/

[6] http://ec.europa.eu/health/ph_projects/2001/monitoring/fp_monitoring_2001_frep_06_en.pdf

[7] http://www.nbcnews.com/id/5111202/ns/health-mental_health/t/global-study-finds-mental-illness-widespread/#.VvaA8fnhA2w

[8] http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Personalities-Profiler-Identify-Yourself/dp/1623361923/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1459003680&sr=8-1&keywords=dangerous+personalities

[9] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Navarro

[10] http://illimitablemen.com/2014/02/17/lucifers-daughter/

[11] http://www.amazon.com/Without-Conscience-Disturbing-World-Psychopaths/dp/1572304510/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1459005961&sr=8-1&keywords=Robert+Hare

[12] http://www.amazon.com/Covert-Emotional-Manipulation-Tactics-Relationships/dp/1522922849/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1459006111&sr=1-1&keywords=30+Covert+Emotional+Manipulation+Tactics

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13 comments on “So How many bitches be crazy?

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