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Why family scapegoats become lifelong victims.

I just watched a video that really hit home for me.

If you were scapegoated by your family, two things can happen. You can become a narcissist yourself (narcissism being an elaborate defense mechanism to avoid further hurt and abuse) or you will internalize the early message that you’re worthless, defective and have no rights. 786 more words

Malignant Narcissism

An Ailing Woman Was Taken to the Morgue to Wait for Death, the Police are Now, Looking into Negligence on the Families’ Part

And no, I’m still NOT shitting you here, okay???  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

A woman who needed dialysis and had a stroke was taken home by her own family, from the hospitals, then, sent to the funeral home’s coffin room to die, the members of the public found her there, called the police, Lee was taken back to the hospital yesterday, and the police are looking into whether or not her families were responsible for abandoning her, or that they took part in the involvement of leaving her to die at the funeral home. 568 more words


Holding Her Fractured World Together, with Her Tiny Hands

Holding her fractured world together, with her tiny hands, although she wasn’t the one who broke it, but, it’d become, her responsibility to hold the world that is fractured, with her tiny hands. 204 more words


Date-Raping a Classmate’s Girlfriend, He Was Prosecuted for Rape

From the Newspapers, translated…

A man, Hong in Hsinbei City was suspected of date raping his classmate’s girlfriend, and his classmate just walked in, on him, raping his girlfriend, but the classmate was angrier at how drunk his girlfriend got, and kicked her, then left; after the girl hung over, she found out what Hong did, she sued him; Hong claimed that it was consensual, but the D.A. 273 more words


What's it like living with a parent with Narcissism

Narcissism runs in families for the most part. It’s very hard to live with a narcissistic family member. This generally keeps the victim trapped as when they move away from home, they aren’t always free of NPD sufferers as they will choose partners who have aspects of NPD or full-blown NPD. 1,140 more words


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Scapegoating Playing the Blame Game

The idea of being a scapegoat is nothing new. In fact, it dates back to biblical times. While originally it was a helpful, symbolic, God ordained act, I believe today it’s use is actually quite harmful. 1,491 more words

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