Monday, January 24, 2011


Arrogance:  Exaggerating or disposed to exaggerate one's own worth or importance often by an overbearing attitude. (Merriam-Webster)

Refusing to recognize particular traits in themselves is often common in abusers, as is the uncanny ability to criticize something in someone else as they then proceed to do what they criticized.

Yet, they arrogantly claim it's "them" and not "me".

*Claiming to be an authority on a subject, yet having no education to back it up, arrogant.
*Allowing themselves to act in an angry out-of-control manner while claiming to offer insight into another's out-of-control life, arrogant.
*Seeking money for their convoluted opinions, arrogant.
*Taking advantage of others while claiming others have taken advantage of them, arrogant.
*Openly disparaging others while offering others healing, arrogant.

Ah, hypocrite also comes to mind.

Hypocrite:  1.  a person who puts on a false appearance of virtue
2.  a person who acts in contradiction to his or her stated beliefs or feelings. (Merriam-Webster)

Yes, the purpose of my blogs.
You continue to prove the truth to my words.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Dangerous Delusions

Wow.  People sure can delude themselves into interpreting things to their own dysfunctional views.  And they then preach their uneducated, nonsensical, contradictory, poorly written dribble as expertise.
It feeds into their sickness.  Feelings of superiority and entitlement are what make up an abuser’s M. O. If they’re not directly pummeling others with their fists, legs, or whatever, then maybe their current abuse-of-choice is conning others for money or emotional support that they’ve contrived from otherwise shattered people.
An abuser who never saw themselves that way despite the evidence, and never acknowledges the damage directly caused by them, or who twists things into thinking they are now enlightened and were too nice and that it wasn’t them, is probably more dangerous now than when they were raging, out-of-control thugs. 
The ultimate insult and arrogance to the victims left behind and those yet to be, is to impersonate and advertise themselves as a type of healer but, really, it’s nothing more than a type of extortion. And victimization yet again. All the while trying to fill their own bottomless pit of need.  
Congratulations, you’ve just hit a new low.