Living with Sid from Toy Story

Dark Triad victims end up feeling like Sid’s Mutant Toys

Dark Triad abuse victims tend to feel like mutant toys after being abused and bullied. A shadow of their former selves, many are left financially incapacitated, in poor physical health, and suffering from extreme forms of social isolation after being tortured, blamed, shamed, bullied in public as well as private, sexually traumatized, and socially humiliated. …

Narcopaths hate holidays and birthdays

Narcopath symptoms list includes bullying people who love holidays

Check this out… it’s a special event or important holiday season coming up and your favorite Narcissist with Sociopathic tendencies is at it again, ramping up to spoil yet another annual gathering of family and friends. Why do they do it? Because Narcopaths have massive impulse control issues, know the difference between right and wrong, …

Cyber Bullying

Social and emotional effects of cyber bullying

Sipping my coffee on the porch this morning after a few hours of deep meditation and reflection, I decided to share a journal entry. Normally, the staff writers of “Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Flying Monkeys — Oh My!” on Facebook and here at flyingmonkeysdenied.com strive to remain neutral in all situations, especially when creating articles and …

What is the difference between bullying and mobbing

What is the difference between mobbing and bullying

What is the difference between mobbing and bullying?┬áBoth are prevalent forms of Narcissistic Abuse that target a preferred scapegoat, target, or victim. In either case, there is a ring leader. If they are bullying they might be doing it alone, but when Abusers manage to recruit Flying Monkeys to help them harm, embarrass, shame, or …

Shifting Blame

Narcissists and Flying Monkeys blame shifting further traumatizes victims

According to After Narcissistic Abuse, blame-shifting is a common psychological trick Narcissists and other toxic, similar, emotionally immature, and ultimately toxic people use to abuse and to gaslight their victims into thinking they were not abused at all… or if they were that they somehow deserve it. “While it may be theoretically possible to dominate …