Narcissism and the Aggressive Alienator
Since 1996, I have been working with families of psychological abuse. And the one thing that stands out is the consistent pattern of behavior by the aggressive alienator. They are almost always Narcissists. Narcissists have extreme low self-esteem and must be in total control. They cannot be outdone and if they are, it enrages them further, especially when it comes to their possessions or children.
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The vindictive cycle of abuse to manipulative and unbalance you, keep you trapped and controlled, erases your personality and self worth. Then, if that is not enough the abuser attemps to destroy your reputuation. When the abuser has finished with you, then the abuser is able to move on to their next victim.
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