Monthly Archives: April 2019

ASPD – Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Flying Monkeys — Oh My! (TM)

Typically “psychos” are the more volatile of the two subset ASPD personality types. It is important to note that the DSMV does not differentiate between Sociopaths, Psychopaths, Narcopaths, or Dark Triads — all the definitions of which are currently being investigated as stand-alone types. Source: ASPD – Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Flying Monkeys — Oh My! […]

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Sociopathic Stare – Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Flying Monkeys — Oh My!

Predators who have adapted to hide and thrive among their prey with no person or peer group ever able to shake the trauma bonding holds they groom into their preferred scapegoat targets. One in 25 humans present and living statistically — many times publicly respected and lauded but in private brutalizing their captive children and […]

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Enough is never enough for a Glutton – Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Flying

Predators who have adapted to hide and thrive among their prey with no person or peer group ever able to shake the trauma bonding holds they groom into their preferred scapegoat targets. One in 25 humans present and living statistically — many times publicly respected and lauded but in private brutalizing their captive children and […]

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How Narcissists Play the Victim and Twist the Story

Narcissists can’t deal with reality because it contradicts what they want to be true, and this creates painful emotions. As a coping mechanism, they learn to delude themselves that what is real is actually not real, and however they see the situation is real, even though it isn’t. Sometimes they truly see it that way. Other times it’s just […]

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Never take an abusive or ‘Narcissistic’ person to counseling with

If you suspect that a person you are dealing with has a Cluster B personality disorder like Anti-Social Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Histrionic Personality Disorder, or any form of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, it is crucial to downplay your interest in working with a counselor, mentor, or spiritual adviser. It’s even more important to keep them out (yes, we said […]

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Sociopath Stare and Psychopath Eyes major red flags of personality disorder

When a Sociopath stares, it is known as giving people “The Look”. It’s a true psychological predictor of Anti-Social tendencies, known as the “Sociopathic Stare” in self-help and academic themed psychology circles. All people with traits of Anti-Social Personality Disorder tend to give other people the look or sociopathic stare for a variety of reasons but in most cases, […]

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Narcissistic people use denial as a brainwashing technique

What is denial? More importantly, what is Denial — the psychological term for openly denying have done, thought, or said something to another human being (especially in such a way that it provokes a triggering response from a target). To bait or provoke then wait for a response is considered antagonistic; it is a truly […]

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How to spot a Collapsed Narcissist

He who shall not be named is a homegrown terrorist of the Archie Bunker, psychic vampire type. J.K. Rowling got it right. A narcissistic, egocentric, grandiose blame shifter who fails to value or appreciate human traits like kindness, goodwill, or emotional sensitivity to other people’s needs while being fiercely envious of happy people, their goal is […]

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Be gentle with your partner

It is also a common misperception that you can tack on the words “I feel” in front of a statement. For example, “I feel like you are taking me for granted.” That is just a “you-statement” in disguise. It implies blame. And there is no actual emotion being expressed. Lastly, make it a point to […]

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Top 10 Reasons Relationships Fail | Psychology Today

Trust Issues Lack or loss of trust is one of the most harmful contagions to a couple’s long-term success. Without trust, a relationship misses two of the key anchors to a strong bond: safety and security. Trust issues may include factors such as jealousy, possessiveness, unreasonable rigidity, emotional infidelity, physical/sexual infidelity, relational game playing, lack […]

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