Friday, May 3, 2013

Many Alienators, not all, are Sociopaths

Many alienators, not all, are sociopaths:

One way to "test" a sociopath is to see
how they deal with attacks on their
own integrity. If a sociopath is
presented with a collection of facts,
documents and evidence showing
that he lied or deceived, they will
refuse to address the evidence and,
instead, attack the messenger!
If you really try to nail a sociopath
down to answering a documented
allegation, they will quickly turn on
you, denounce you, and declare that
you are not a friend or ally. Anyone
who does not fall for the
brainwashing of the sociopath is
sooner or later kicked out of the circle
and then wildly disparaged by the
remaining members of the "cult" or
collection of sycophants.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for posting this. My husband and I are the alienated grandparents. Nothing has been more painful than the absolute denial of a relationship with our grandkids. I still can't wrap my brain around the viciousness of the situation; that a person can be that deliberately cruel.