How abusive people – view abuse. Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths. ~ Lilly Hope Lucario

(What abusive people have in common) are a complete lack of empathy, conscience, remorse, guilt, shame, or regard for human suffering. And a complete sense of entitlement and deep selfishness.

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Apaths – I can’t be bothered to be concerned about abuse. Who cares. Boring. I know people who say they are being abused. I ignore it. Not my problem, is it? And I like that person they said was an abuser.

Egocentrics – Abuse doesn’t affect me, so why should I care? They should deal with their own problems behind closed doors and not bother others. Now can we get back to my problems.

Narcissists – I think it’s fine to use people, treat people badly, then lie, deny, project, if you need to. That’s life. Everyone does it. Don’t criticise me, or I will have a tantrum and deny it all. And if all else fails, I’ll act the victim, whilst starting a vindictive smear campaign.

Sociopaths – I do plan exploiting and hurting others, because I think it’s funny to watch people get upset. It’s not my problem…

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8 thoughts on “How abusive people – view abuse. Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths. ~ Lilly Hope Lucario

      1. Ambivalent, to say the least. What makes it hard is that my mother both loves me and has no insight. She doesn’t realize that she has harmed us. She’s incapable of it.

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      2. It’s hard for people who use reason and have a sense of themselves to fully comprehend people who don’t use reason and are oblivious to who they are and how they affect the people around them. It’s a struggle to feel anything but loathing for them…and when one of these people is a parent the confusion and love and loathing is often overwhelming.

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