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The Psychology of Revenge (and Vengeful People) | Psychology Today

My mother with whom I went no contact three years ago has waged an outright war against me. Never mind that what she says about me is packed with lies and exaggeration; she seems committed to ruining my life and reputation. She’s managed to win my siblings over to her side but that doesn’t seem to be enough. She’s even taken to social mediaand she’s 66! What makes someone that motivated to hurt someone?

We’re are seven years post-divorce and it never stops. I’ve remarried and he’s living with someone in what appears to be a committed relationship but I swear he wakes up every morning and the first thought that comes to his mind is how he can somehow make me pay. He drags me into court every chance he can. Does this make him happy? What would motivate him to hurt me and our children in this way?

https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/tech-support/201707/the-psychology-revenge-and-vengeful-people

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