How To Stop Feeling Sorry For Toxic People

Absolutely.

Does that mean those harmed in general as targeted scapegoats for abuse and mistreatment by people who by nature embrace their egocentrism and lash out at others competitively while engaging in acts of social terrorism should in any way, shape, or form feel compelled to overlook abuse, tolerate, or enable toxic behavior?
ABSOLUTELY NOT.

What it does mean is that people who are Cluster B by nature truly require handling with proper kid gloves at all times.

Anything they say should absolutely be treated like an airborne virus that infects thought patterns and causes social and moral decay in any person who their words and abusive manipulations impact —

noting that hate speech does the most subliminal damage when and if it’s ignored and consciously tolerated.

What that means is that the larger group of body populous has the opportunity to collectively decide to nurture more future thinking and pro-social habits in themselves, their parents (if capable), and in their own children.

Noting that nearly every WWII Generation person alive or Baby Boomer was grievously impacted by social propaganda spewed back in the WWI and throughout the mid-century Cold War political heydays.

Because people were generationally trained to embrace nationalism, racism, xenophobia, and class war between socio-economic strata and genders back in the day, many people in positions of power within families and communities are still reacting to the phobias their own ancestors and governments or religious organizations taught them outright to promulgate.

The right way to feel when and if the wistful feeling of harboring sympathy for a Narcopath or Narcissistic Sociopath or Malignant Narcissist / Psychopath bubbles up is wishy-washy.

Consider the feeling a passing emotion stemming from a subconscious prejudicial belief system that says somehow to have the ability to have a positive response based on feelings of connection is denied to a Cluster B person in some way.

People with Cluster B feel VERY connected to the victims they hurt.

It’s actually the foundation of why they tend to obsess over people who simply are not impressed by their power or status, striving to socially harm or fiscally damage them in some way.

It’s the same sensation of pleasure most humans get from being part of a group that truly loves and respects them or from helping other people, animals, or life continue on the planet more gracefully on any given day.

Pleasure seeking to the extreme, suffering from impulse control issues, and behaving in ways that are pound-foolishly egocentric does put most Narcopaths socially and emotionally in the position that when they get bored feeling noting that they tend to be willing to cut off their own proverbial noses to spite their own face.

With boredom at the root of most addictions, some choose to drink or drug compulsively while others like to rubberneck watching catastrophes other people are involved in or they themselves have created as purposefully manufactured chaos in some way.

The best way to handle any interaction with a Cluster B person is to learn how to spot the warning signs they are of a different social and emotional sort right away then to learn the mind control tricks they use to keep narcissistic supply source troughs open for them to feed on any given day.

Once you learn how to spot the warning signs and disengage, understand that any time wasted feeling sorry for the PREDATOR is truly one more notch on the bedpost of their “screwing everyone on the planet over” game.

You see, by feeling sorry for them for not being able to feel pleasure actually excites and stimulates the pleasure areas of their brain.

Granted, conning people into treating them like wounded birds holds it’s own appeal to their nature if they are malignant, but truly any amount of time you spend thinking about them, feeling sad rather than happy, or worrying about them is their attention-seeking GAIN.

If you feel compelled to feel sorry for anyone, let it be the victims of Narcissistic Abuse who have had their lives destroyed or inextricably bonded to memories of social, physical, or spiritual pain.

A truly good person understands that while it might give someone pleasure to be in control or to feel powerful, that those sensations are fleeting.

In order for the pleasure area of the brain to be stimulated, one must repeat the moment of victory in competition — making it an ultimate waste of time in the grand scheme of things.

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  1. Well then….that was a very…odd article. It was good in the sense of somewhat explaining a narcs motives and what they get pleasure from….but….holy worddy batman!!! Seriously some of those paragraphs and run on sentences made no sense at all they started out great and then quicly disolved into gibberish and nonsense….it was like they forgot completely the point they were trying to make. This article could have been half as long and twice as much impact with some clarity and focus if they would have just stopped trying to impress with using so many words and tried to use less and been more straight forward .