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Forget text books, forget the psychology self-help sites. Each disorder of the Cluster B variety displays similar or identical symptoms, and invariably, where one of the Cluster B’s exist, so does at least one other co-morbid (that’s overlapping, to you and me) disorder.

Here’s an amateurs guide to spotting the signs that you’re with a Cluster B personality disordered person, and how it's going to make you feel. Just for reference, here’s the list of the Cluster B’s Narcissistic Personality Disorder Histrionic Personality Disorder Antisocial Personality Disorder (sociopath/psychopath) Borderline Personality Disorder It should be noted at this point that sufferers of BPD differ greatly from the others in the group, as they tend to turn the abuse on themselves, and not others (many thanks to the poster below for pointing this out to me!

For a fact, they come there to watch, well, I just provide the show I have a bunch of videos and pics of this place, also in the evening a lot of action going on in the bushes (m/m f/f f/m group) Sneaky woman watch when she thinks you do not see them looking at you Mom and daughter(s)/girlfriend shocked, thrilled by the sights..?

Yesterday we were blessed with one fine day with 21 degrees and warm wind at the beach. I had one of the best days ever with many good flashes. Just look at these two women, I think mother and daughter, the blond instantly spotted meat and just kept on looking and her smile just got bigger all the time and passed by saying "hi! 95% of the posts in this forum are just stories, often embellished.

Been a while, starting to catch up again, with this wide angle cam still difficult to see distances in perspective, but no more than 20ft/6 meters!

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If the components of the data instance vectors are all in the same physical units then it is possible that the simple Euclidean distance metric is sufficient to successfully group similar data instances.

On the contrary the second type, the overlapping clustering, uses fuzzy sets to cluster data, so that each point may belong to two or more clusters with different degrees of membership.

In this case, data will be associated to an appropriate membership value.

Despite both measurements being taken in the same physical units, an informed decision has to be made as to the relative scaling.

As the figure shows, different scalings can lead to different clusterings.

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