Number one on the list: “I was a Navy SEAL.”He said it’s not just that these men lie to make themselves look more impressive that makes him so angry, but it’s that they often use their claim to bilk charities or use the title to get special treatment.
He also gets frustrated whenever a reporter contacts him after a story has already run and asks, “Well, how do I know you’re really a SEAL? ”His answer: His name is in the SEAL database.* * *As for Nature Coast Ministries and their involvement with Jose Rolon, NCM public relations director Bonnie Mc Mullin said that, although it was disappointing to learn that Rolon had misrepresented himself, he was someone who had a need and they were able to fill it.“The fact is, he was sleeping on the floor, and we gave him some needed furniture,” Mc Mullin said.
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Shipley said most impostors are not difficult to spot, if you know what to listen for when they start talking, especially if they say their records are classified or sealed “for national security reasons.”He said a fake SEAL may tell you he was in the Army and “recruited” to join the SEALs or that he didn’t go through regular BUD/S training — he went through “secret” training.“All b.s.,” Shipley said.
Shipley said there are about 18,000 names on the SEAL database and that only about 10,000 are alive today.“The Naval Special Warfare Center in San Diego has a staff that does nothing but verify these fake SEAL claims,” he said. Unofficially, you can get it from Don Shipley.”Shipley said a survey conducted by a beer distributor for a men’s magazine asked bartenders for the top 10 pick-up lines they had heard used on women.
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As a result, he'll push her away because he's afraid she'll learn about his "unmanly secrets."If our partner has a commitment fear, we learn, there are actually ways we can help him overcome it.3. Securing our diamond self means we are grounded in self-love, and being on this path helps us to be self-affirming, confident and free from fear and self-doubt.
As Shipley explained, whenever a story is published containing keywords such as “former Navy SEAL,” “ex-Navy SEAL,” “retired Navy SEAL,” he and others get a Google alert.“It’s not an epidemic, it’s a pandemic,” Shipley said. All I need is a name and a close enough age and run it through the SEAL database.Once we're "anchored in self-identity," we're ready to have "the talk" in our relationship. To ensure our partners will listen, we need to have the right talk for the right stage of our relationship.