Somatic Narcissism, Triangulation, Serial Cheating, and Sexual Sadism

Serial Cheaters, Somatic Narcissists, and Sadists manufacture triangulation

Men and women from all walks of life — including ages and socio-economic class stereotypes — have cheated on their romantic partners, it’s true. But what few people know or realize about cheaters is an average person can be conned into participating in a Love Fraud relationship or be brainwashed by a Cluster B person …

bad grandpa and mommy dearest toxic grandma

Parents who demand Grandparents Rights reflect entitlement-based thinking

Demanding Grandparents Rights is Narcissistic Abuse of Adult Children, co-parents, step-family members, and Grandchildren as a family unit. It is a prevalent form of Narcissistic Abuse, to force the parent of a child to leave a child with a grandparent when and if the parent or co-parent does not feel comfortable personally allowing it. Whether …

Malignant Narcissism

Malignant Narcissists use their own social insecurity as justification to bully

Malignant Narcissists use their own social insecurity as justification to bully people they consider Narcissistic Rivals. The person being targeted for abuse seldom knows why they are being scapegoated, socially targeted for destruction, or their abuser persistently cyberbullies. Why? Because above all else, narcissistic people fear losing prestige and personal power socially. Narcissistic behavior is …

Cluster B people process toxic shame differently than neurotypical people

Abusers process toxic shame differently than victims of social aggression

Abusers process toxic shame differently than victims of social aggression. It’s a biologically inspired truth. While victims tend to self-reflect and blame themselves for having problems with personal, professional, and romantic relationships, Abusers tend to blame shift compulsively and pride themselves in the thought of having won in what they perceive is nothing more than …

Overlookign abuse is not healthy for victims

Overlooking abuse empowers and enrages Abusers

Overlooking abuse is not polite. It actually empowers and enrages Abusers who attention seek constantly for their own personal gain and delight. By most contemporary psychological definitions, the verb “ABUSE” means to treat (a person or an animal) with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly. It can also mean cruel and violent treatment of a person …