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Narcissists, Flying Monkeys, and Minions. Beware!
THE NARCISSIST'S SMEAR CAMPAIGN


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Narcissists, Flying Monkeys, and Minions. Beware!
THE NARCISSIST'S SMEAR CAMPAIGN

By Tigress Luv, The Breakup Guru and Author of The Counterfeit Heart


Flying Monkeys or Minions are the nicknames for the people (of which even includes your very own friends, family, coworkers, and children) that the narcissist has duped into believing that the narcissist is the real victim (and not you) in whatever situation that he or she, themselves, have actually created. Flying Monkeys are also those little minions that the narcissist charms into believing all his/her wild tales about you, and all his/her claims that you are crazy, irresponsible, bad parent, cheating, talking about people behind their backs, abusive, addict, etc., whatever they can say to make you look bad and take away your credibility, they will (trust me). This is often called the ‘smear campaign’. Ironically, everything he or she says about/against you more aptly describes the very narcissist, him or herself. This is called projection, and it happens when the narcissist projects all his flaws and character defects onto you, claiming you are guilty of the very bad behavior he or she is actually displaying.

 

Stop handing over your power to the insane actions of a single splat on this planet. Let the narcissist and all their little minions go and give them back to themselves. Stop owning his/her personality disorder or character disease. The narcissist is just flyshit on your windshield.... dare to look past him at what beauty lies ahead of you.


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