An ego which would not be tightly leashed is fated to expand.But some people go further: they leave it roam with a free rein. It’s like giving a snow ball permission to have fun in the slope: it will go to the avalanche. And what annoys me – trying to stay polite here – are
negative people and the seven voices
In a humanity manipulators would like nothing more than to paint in fifty shades of greys, getting rid of the last dredges of responsibility in the process, because if everyone and his neighbour does it, why wouldn’t they… I personally see a very definite limit and I found it in empathy. Empathy, you have it
blind trust is never healthy
And as I’ve been there and done that quite a lot, I should know…
sociopaths lust after anthills…
So have a care when there is an overwhelming discourse about security: the ultimate goal could be to take your freedoms.
The wet dream of any ambitious psychopath or sociopath is an anthill.It’s the communist or fascist dystopia when the whole population enters a predetermined role. It’s a world where the sociopath would be the only queen with a personal guard, soldiers, and a whole bunch of indistinct peasants.It’s an universe where nobody would dare being
not being a pawn anymore…
Negative people are always strategical. And it would be nice if more and more empathetic people were to study and understand the whole chess board before moving. To not always be prone to sacrificing oneself or being sacrificed.
perfectionism versus strategy
Modern psychology, to my mind, doesn’t take sufficiently into account that there are two definite categories of human beings.And that these two categories don’t behave the same way at all. Resiliency for example, that has been so glorified these last twenty years and was pointing at the victory of the psyche against adversity, is a
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.
the signs that point to a manipulator II
(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 sociopathy and company
There are two paths that can pull a personal on an negative path, to become a sociopath, or an egotistical person, a narcissist and psychopath. And both – surprise, surprise ! – go through the ego. On the first path will walk those who have lived injustices or trauma. Beware of the survivor or resilient