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Vox Virtus

We All Have Tell-Tale Patterns

Patterns of behaviour speak louder than words or actions

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Patterns of behaviour. Harvey Weinstein has them. So did Jeffrey Epstein. And Donald Trump.

So does your psychopathic boss in the corner office. And your narcissistic team leader. Your bullying colleague.




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Diane Lee

Diane Lee

Australian freelancer taking the scenic route through life. I write mainly about our relationships with each other: good, bad and ugly. Occasional poet. Virgo.

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