For whatever reason these people push out false narratives and deny reality. They do not own up to their mistakes, deceptions, lies, cover-ups etc. They deny being abusive. They deny what they’ve done. They will frequently blame their target for what they’ve done. It is always someone else's’ fault. So they live in a constant … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse Tactic #7 They Deny Reality
These tactics will leave your head spinning. Circular conversations are used to confuse the target and also so that the Narcissist never has to admit fault or take responsibility for anything. They are slippery critters. So you may say “stop manipulating me..” And they will respond.. “You stop manipulating me!” You may say, “you’re lying..” … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse Tactic #6 Circular Conversations and Word Salad Games
When the Narcissist is afraid of exposure they will push out a false narrative and threaten the victim or target with it. They will threaten to do things, say things, they will threaten your reputation. The threats are basically a way for the Narcissist to cover up what they have done or what really occurred. … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse Tactic #5 Threats
Spreading a false narrative or painting a picture of someone who is untrue to their character in order to discredit and isolate the victim from other people. It is often used to prevent the truth from coming out. It may also be used due to vindictiveness, jealousy or sense of a threat. How the Narcissist(s) … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse Technique #4 The Smear Campaign
How you and I lie: We are embarrassed or we’re trying to protect someone’s feelings. How the Sociopath or Naricissist lies: To you at one point: Listen I’m not a good person. This is just a problem I struggle with. I hope you can forgive me. I forgive you too. I am the ultimate narcissist. (yes, they … Continue reading Narcissistic Abuse Tactic #3: Pathological Lying without remorse
At this point a false narrative is pushed forward and there is little the target can do to prevent it. It is presented as fact and very few people question it.