There are two situations that can over-inflate the ego and they’re just on the opposite sides of the scale: when a person has been led to think he/she is so very important or when a person has been traumatized. Either way, the path downhill through is the same.
(you can read “the signs that point to a manipulator I” here) 5. he doesn’t cope well with criticism At all. He loves himself and you have to love him too. Absolutely. Without any reserve.The tiniest hint to a critic will be met by veiled hostility or better yet, if he can afford it, full
The two paths to a sociopath, or an egoist, a narcissist and psychopath, both go through the ego. On the first path will walk those who have lived injustices or trauma. Beware of the survivor or resilient narrative because to prevent their boat from sinking, some of these brave sailors have thrown their conscience or
In the middle of these manipulators, in politics or elsewhere, again and again, we are like table tennis balls being sent from one side of the table to the other.For the pleasure of the players, relishing hitting us and enjoying the power to hold the paddle. And it’s past time for us to stop participating.
And you’re the ball. At an individual level, you’ll see persons, raised by a sociopath or other negative profile, who have learnt to their detriment that they were nothing and the other everything… and will fall again and again in the hungry jaws of a manipulator who would have instantly appraised the weakness. Because this
So before shouting on the sociopaths of the other camp, we should denounce the psychopaths in our own. Because those are the people who hurt what we hold dear the most.
Yet, their universal two steps method, whatever the context, is very easy to grasp: 1/ the sociopaths or psychopaths are the victims of an organization, a person, a group of persons… And at the same time, they iare strong. It’s a strong and courageous victim.Ahum. 2/ they are going to stir in others to defend
I was recently reading a book of a clairvoyant talking about a personal experience he said he had with an Archangel that would have saved his life. And when I go to see at the end of the book, the photograph of the lucky bastard – because yes, I believe in angels and happen to
As far as my lectures and my experience go, there are many signs who can help you identify a manipulator (from the narcissist to the psychopath). Of course, some manipulators won’t have all the characteristics of their species and the cleverest of them all, the psychopath, will hide behind a mask. But even they will
Bad faith is to the manipulator what a racket is to the table tennis player: indispensable. I was thinking about this when I was assisting to my daughter’s college’s reunion on pedagogic trips. When it was “explained” why the direction had taken the unilateral decision to banish screens from the bucolic adventure. The argument, aired