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 …