Present a sociopath with a documented allegation and he will quickly turn on you, denounce you, and tell others that you are “disturbed,” “unstable,” “irrational,” or something equivalent. Anyone who does not accept his version of reality and fall for his brainwashing will be kicked out of the circle and then wildly disparaged by the remaining members.
- See also:
- The Smear Campaign—Trademark of a Sociopath
- Abusers are never accountable.
- Spin, Projection, and Blame Shifting
- Sociopaths and Their Smear Campaigns LoveFraud.com
- Slander Tactics
- Kill the Messenger
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My Ex is telling everyone I am “troubled” or he says, “everyone thinks” I am “troubled” just because I blogged about him. I blogged about the mental abuse I endured being married to him. The push-pull, the passive/aggressive behavior, the lies, the manipulation, the bullying, the cheating.
I especially blogged about how he lied and deceived me so as to control the outcome of our divorce. Unbeknownst to me, he was having an affair (to which he continues to deny). I later learned that while we were married, he had joined a sundry of dating websites. When I confronted him about it, he said, “Oh give me a break! It’s not a big deal. I was just window shopping.”
During our divorce he claimed to only earns $40K a year. Meanwhile, during our divorce, My Ex and the attorney wanted me to continue covering him on my health insurance, after our divorce all the while, (I later found out) my Ex was hiding hundreds of thousands of dollars from me. He knew how much I earned a year (not a whole lot) and yet he had no issue with having me pay for his health insurance while hiding money from me.
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