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. 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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