Why Pathological Liars and Enablers seek to triangulate other people?

Why Pathological Liars and Enablers seek to triangulate

Pathological Liars and Enablers seek to triangulate other humans. It is actual covert social and physical abuse of everyone’s hospitality. Pathological liars tend to be experts at gaslighting. They lie to and about other people in order to strategically manipulate with the hopes of gaining social advantage. Why do they do it? To obscure the …

Religious Abuse

Religious Abuse is a common issue in communities led by narcissistic people

Religious abuse (or spiritual abuse) is an extremely abusive form of psychological abuse. Finding the right religious peer group to follow or join can help prevent lifetimes of serious social dysfunction. A church that touts assertions that only members of their congregation or parish will be eligible to “get into heaven” by doing things like pledging …

Open Letter from Anonymous Women

An open letter from Abuse Advocates to all Abusers and Abuse Enablers

The following “Open letter from Abuse Advocates to all Abusers and Abuse Enablers” was shared with our team in response to the civic social crisis known as the election debacle of 2016. The CLUSTER B nation has risen using a blend of old-fashioned grassroots marketing, gaslighting, and smear campaigning coupled with a heavy push to …

Mary Had a Little Lamb

10 Commandments of Pro-Social Parenting

Parent Abuse tends to happen to senior citizens and adults whose children have been abused by Cluster B adults, forcibly estranged, or alienated. They can be alienated during their childhood, as young adults by toxic peers, and in adulthood if and when they enmesh with a LOVE FRAUD con artist or narcissistic romantic partner. Toxic …

Jesus is talking to everyone

Why Church Doctrine should come with a Warning (and Instruction) Label

The following is a reprint of an article shared by an Episcopal priest — not a Southern Baptist, not a Catholic, not a “Jew”, not a “Tree Hugger”, not the “Liberal Media”, and not a Christian Right wing thinker. In it, he talks about the life and message of Jesus Christ — as the arguably …

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 …

Go GRAY ROCK like a Rock Star

How to go Gray Rock from a moral and spiritual perspective

The most common question we have asked in our forums is how to go Gray Rock. Gray Rock is a technique that allows a person who is frustrated dealing with a toxic friend, spouse, coworker, stranger, client, or family member to successfully deal with the inevitable stress interacting with such individuals is inevitably likely to …

Cats competing for Treats

The unappreciative Narcissist uses and abuses People Pleasers religiously

Narcissists and narcissistic people, in general, are world-famous for being difficult personalities, but did you know they are — for the most part — intentionally unable to be pleased? It’s a defining characteristic of self-centered thinkers, the propensity to use and abuse those who show them the most hospitality relentlessly and without conscience. In the …

Religious Narcissists promote social and sexual abuse of others

Religious Narcissism promotes social and sexual abuse of targets

Religious abusers who tout the use of opposite gender, who assert power and dominance as a vertical competition between sexes, and who strive to socially humiliate and overtly abuse people of different sexual persuasions are the root cause of trauma many victims targeted for abuse spend a lifetime trying to recover from and/or endure. Religions …

What was the Original Sin

Religious Abuse, Narcissism, and the Original Sin

Narcissistic people are just that — fundamentally narcissistic. It’s not an insult to say that; what it is is a personality type (representing a noun) and verb description. Narcissistic people behave in ways that are egocentric and selfish, but not pervasive. People who meet diagnostic criteria for having Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD for short) are …