Evil can be defined, but it’s hard to pin down.
Simply put: an evil person is someone who engages in malevolent behaviors.
Some argue that they’re immoral, sick, depraved, or wicked, but those words are hard to define.
Immorality to one is normalcy to another.
But when you meet an evil person, no amount of questioning definitions will change your mind.
The truth is, you will know it when you see it.
Evil people come from all sorts of places, often ones you wouldn’t expect.
We find them at our schools, at our churches and places of worship, in the homes of our friends; everywhere we look.
10+ Warning Signs You Are Dealing With An Evil Person
Spot these characteristics in someone and you can be sure that whatever good is left in them, they will use it against you.
There is only one solution for the evil people in our lives.
Be sure to share this with the people you love to let them know!
1. Enjoyment of Other’s Misfortune
The malevolent ways of evil people often leaves them so twisted and turned around on the inside that they feel good when they see misfortunate.
It might be a disaster on the news or a dramatic situation in front of them.
They seem to delight in misfortune, to relish the bad feelings of other people.
All the times that an evil person has been hurt in their life falls away when bad things happen to other people.
The real danger here is that they could create bad situations for you and others in their life in order to be able to enjoy the misfortunate that they create.
It is important to recognize who they are before terrible things happen to you and the people they love.
If horrible things happening is all that can help them feel better, you can’t salvage or save them.
2. Control Issues
Evil people have this in common: they’re controlling. But it’s not all about controlling you.
They often feel downright uncomfortable and powerless if they aren’t in control of every aspect of their lives.
Malevolent people are often so cruel to the world and to the people around them that they can’t entrust any part of their lives to another person.
Because of this obsession, they can come off as polite, concise, and punctual.
But when you let them get closer, they start controlling your life too, making you just like them.
Defying the wishes of an evil person doesn’t always result in outright evil actions back to you.
It may feel subtle. Not a slap to the face but a kick to the heart.
The goal of the evil person is to control the way you feel on the inside, now how you feel on the outside.
3. Habitual Dishonesty
Let’s be real. Everyone lies. We all do it. Some are little lies, others are big, big lies.