Posted in Alienation, Malignant Narcissism, Narcissism, Narcopath, NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder)

Taking responsibility for oneself

If you stop your child from seeing the other parent – then the child turns against you. –Its your fault

If you prevent someone from seeing their relatives – then they dont want to know you. –Its your fault

If you tell lies and make up stories most of the time – then no one believes you!
– Its your fault

Pitting one family member against the other then they stay away from you.- Its your Fault

If you take money from friends and family and never pay them back – dont expect them to ever lend to you again.- Its your fault

If you commit crimes or fraud and the police turn up at your house.- Its your fault

If you get into debt and the debt collectors arrive.- Its your fault

If you commit adultery and cheat on your partner – then they leave you. – Its your fault.

If your rip off your friends and family dont be surprised when no one trusts you. – Its your fault

Making false accusations to the Police about friends and family – then friends and family abandon you. –  Its your fault

When you do the unforgivable and try to sweep it under carpet – dont expect to be forgiven. – Its your fault

So unless you are in some sort of CULT where your are being forced to do these things or being financially blackmailed. Or maybe you just have a mental disorder of some kind and cant help yourself.

Its time to stand up, be an adult and take responsibility for your own actions.

Stop finger pointing and blaming everyone else for screwing up.

IT NOT YOUR PARTNERS, RELATIVES OR FRIENDS FAULT – its your own fault

Linda Turner

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Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT and NLP. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦ https://www.linkedin.com/in/linda-turner-retreat/

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