How Abusive People View Abuse – Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths

How Abusive People View Abuse - Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths

How abusive people view abuse

How Abusive People View Abuse – Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths:

1. Apaths –

I can’t be bothered to be concerned about abuse. Who cares. Boring. I know people who say they are being abused. I ignore it. Not my problem, is it? And I like that person they said was an abuser.

How Abusive People View Abuse - Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths

2. Egocentrics –

Abuse doesn’t affect me, so why should I care? They should deal with their own problems behind closed doors and not bother others. Now can we get back to my problems?

3. Narcissists –

I think it’s fine to use people, treat people badly, then lie, deny, project if you need to. That’s life. Everyone does it. Don’t criticize me, or I will have a tantrum and deny it all. And if all else fails, I’ll act the victim, whilst starting a vindictive smear campaign.

4. Sociopaths

I do plan to exploit and hurting others because I think it’s funny to watch people get upset. It’s not my problem they are weak. And I’ll do it again. It’s fun and I enjoy it. You don’t agree, I don’t care. And if pushed into a corner, I too may act the victim.

5. Psychopaths –

I hurt others because they are there to be used and abused and I feel nothing about how they feel. I will do what I want to get what I want, abuse who I want, hurt them as much as I want and no-one will ever stop me. Don’t even try, or you will be next.

How do I know this is how they think?

Because I have been abused by them all.

And as a result of decades of abuse by all these highly abusive people, I have a lot of insight into the way their minds work.

Commonalities within each of these – are a complete lack of empathy, conscience, remorse, guilt, shame, or regard for human suffering. And a complete sense of entitlement and deep selfishness.

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How Abusive People View Abuse - Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths
How Abusive People View Abuse

26 thoughts on “How Abusive People View Abuse – Apaths, Egocentrics, Narcissists, Sociopaths, Psychopaths”

  1. Probably the most true, real, felt and incredible explanation to abuse in so many areas. The one thing I will say though is that I firmly believe a person carries characteristics of all above mentioned in one. A word to describe such a demeaning person?????

    Excellent Piece xx

    1. Lilly Hope Lucario I am most greatful to those who have voiced and written about this type of personality. Without it I would have remained an empty shell. Thank you for your words.

  2. Abusive people don’t see their actions as abusive. It is somewhat of a normalcy for them. Their brains are wired like those of compassionate people. In all of my experiences, ‘Abusive’ Individuals were once victims themselves.

    1. Not all abusive people have been abused themselves. And most abused people, don’t abuse others. Abuse is choice. If they lie about it, deny it (which most do), then they know it’s wrong, they know it’s abuse, but they do it anyway. Far too many people make excuses for abusers.

    2. Ok Miss Lilly, I need some documented evidence to support your statement, ‘Not all Abusers were victims.’ How many victims of abuse are you aware of who have decided to turn their horrific experiences into studing Psychology/Psychiatrist? Miss, I’ve seen to product of abuse in every aspect of human growth. I came across at the time, a 12 years old child, sitting in prison for a crime he was forced to commit by his father. He was beaten brutally into the act of raping his younger sister as she was strapped to a table. I have some gruesome experiences to share with you, maybe you will reconsider your response to the content of my post. If you don’t have evidence to support you claim, I suggest we mutually discuss/share life’s everyday issues, provide simple guidance to our readers, otherwise, take your challenge to the Mental Health & Hygiene Department. By the way, I don’t remember requesting your friendship…but thanks for you input.

      1. My article, is based upon my life experiences, and those of many I communicate with across my social media, Website – which is recommended by many mental health professionals, and my award winning Blog. You should check them out, and you may learn something outside of your own life experiences. Lilly.

  3. All, Apaths, Egocentrics, Sociopaths & Psychopaths, are Narcissists, but not all Narcissists are the for-mentioned. Is a thin line, but is important to understand the difference…

    1. Hi Susan, I wrote the article, and I believe there are narcissistic traits, in apaths and egocentrics, but they would not necessarily meet the criterion for the diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality Diosrder. Narcissism is a continuum. But, they do indeed all have traits of selfishness, lack of empathy, lack of conscience <3

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