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To David – Re: Can any of us guys here question Errol's taste?!!

11 Mar

In answer to David's comment!  Re: Can Any Of Us Guys Here Question Errol's Taste?!!
Oh yes, David you are right – long legs – curved narrow hips, no more than 7″ between waste line and legs,  long slender upper body with ski slope breasts, small and firm, a superb décolleté leading into a beautiful swan like neck to place his diamond and sapphire necklaces'!
No doubt Errol had taste in choosing his ladies, they where all great looking, but in the selections of his prominent leading ladies he was true to form and consistent to choose always ladies who either had a physical or mentality resemblance to his mother!

What are your opinions?
The similarity in Looks:
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The similarity User and Abuser:         To impress mother – the user princess:
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Subconsciously he is consistent in his preferences and choices.  The typical action and reactions of abused children who in their submerged mind want and have the utter need to please the abuser by trying to find the need for love and acceptance!  As sad as this psychological factor is, nevertheless it is a fact that Errol suffered all his life from this childhood traumas and many of his unwise actions are the root of this malady! 
As he had no proper childhood at all, therefore the consistent draw towards young people to recapture of their own lost childhood and youth.  I do not know much about Michael Jackson, but I think I am not wrong if I draw a parallel to his childhood, he was an abused child too.  I concentrate on Errol's psychological facts as it is very important to understand the man and all the
idiosyncrasies attached to his so-called enigma.

— Tina

 
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  1. Anonymous

    March 11, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    Tina, interesting theory, but Olivia de Havilland blows it out of the water – Kevin

     
  2. Anonymous

    March 11, 2010 at 10:03 pm

    Dear Kevin;
    You are right in one way and I do know Olivia's story too, but she is of the exceptions, as was my own mother!
    I acquainted myself quite in depth with these problems and found that the ones who are able to lift themselves above it possess a strong reasoning power and are able to change their subconscious mind and others who are not aware of their problem do not. They just always ask themselves as to why they take certain actions, which brings them into trouble.
    When the problem remains unrecognized, people are unable to help themselves as poor self-understanding is the foundation and professional help may be required. If self-realization does not set in and the problem remains untreated as the person is not aware of the problem, there is no conscious awareness, but the subconscious mind keeps beams out – you deserve punishment, you are bad – mother said so!
    Our subconscious mind does not know the difference of what is right or what is wrong. For example, when you see a very sad movie and you know (your conscious mind) it’s only acting, but your subconscious mind does not know that and therefore the subconscious mind makes you do the crying.
    The problem with this is that many of the things that our subconscious learns when we are just a young child, is false. Here is another example of that. If you have a parent or a teacher that has told you that, you were not smart. Regardless of being true or false, your subconscious believed it. If you did not do anything to change your subconscious mind about this matter, you would “subconsciously” always believe it even if “consciously” you knew that it was not the truth. The only way to remedy this problem is to change the belief that is deeply engraved in your subconscious mind.
    Dear Kevin, I hope I did not bore you to death, but I hope you recognize some dilemmas of Errol! I am sure you have his book “MWWW,” just read when he walks through the streets of New York before departing to Spain what kind of questions he is asking himself.
    Take care and keep us posted of your thoughts, very much appreciated!

     
  3. Anonymous

    March 12, 2010 at 12:22 am

    Yes, she does. Olivia is exceptional!! :)

     
  4. Anonymous

    March 12, 2010 at 12:59 am

    Tina, you always have a unique take on things. :)

     
  5. Anonymous

    March 14, 2010 at 4:14 pm

    Tina, Great posting! I confess I have a 'thing' for redheads. I think Nora was the best looking woman I've ever seen Errol with. So I guess Errol and I have one thing in common.
    JOHN

     
  6. Anonymous

    March 14, 2010 at 6:06 pm

    Hi John;
    So you are after red heads – wonderful and good luck!
    Thank you for your comment, there are so many articles on the Blog now and I have missed seeing you participating? Hope to see your comments more often again. Your valued input is always appreciated.

     
  7. Anonymous

    March 21, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    Tina – I agree with your analysis about subliminal impulses – textbook Freud. But as Sigmund would say, sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Maybe Errol, as a sexually driven man, just happened to like young nubile flesh. The fact that Errol was attracted to all these luscious dames needs no further explanation – at least for me – than the physical evidence we have in the pictures that you've posted of them. Kevin

     
 
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