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Saturday, May 16, 2015

More garbage from the queen of crazy, Ellen Fox

Ellen is an 'emotional vampire'
Oh Ellen, you're so predictable and so full of hatred.
What happened to you anyway? Did you have some sort of traumatic childhood experience that deeply affected you? Something must have happened because you are so off the wall.

Here's her latest nonsense about me.


He provides a forum, for hatred, for anonymous commenters. He allowed Cyber Stalkers to verbally attack her from using extreme profanity to the size of her frame. IT'S VERBAL VIOLENCE! HE'S GIVING THEM A PLACE TO SPREAD HATRED! 

She's attempting to put forth the argument that I am somehow 'anti woman'. Once again I remind readers of Ellen Fox's long history of muck racking and downright lying about people she doesn't like. Her material, while somewhat enjoyable to read, comes from that  very warped mind of hers. 

Ellen has mastered the art of 'victimization'. She's does all the attacking, and then she claims she is the 'victim'. She's probably crazy enough to actually believe that she is a 'victim'. Poor thing needs help.

Try making a comment on her blog disagreeing with her. It will never be published. 
Her blog is strictly muck racking,  not a lick of truth to anything she writes. 

This article is excellent on the topic of "the victim personality" Borderline Personality Disorder: Heroic Martyr or Emotional Vampire? 

"Besides being the eternal victim, many BPDs will  strive to be seen as heroes, defenders of the truth and the weak. This involves declaring that "bad" people deserve to be punished and then singling them out for months or years of accusations and abuse.  

BPD see themselves as always being the victim of other people.    These accusations change constantly, and the BPD doesn't really to"believe" the accusations they make or even try to keep track of them like a good liar.  Although their accusations are often incoherent and contradictory, they make up for that with the tremendous number of lies they tell and the theatrical emotionality of their stories.   

1 comment:

Al M said...

Victim playing (also known as playing the victim or self-victimization) is the fabrication of victimhood for a variety of reasons such as to justify abuse of others, to manipulate others, a coping strategy or attention seeking.

Manipulators often play the victim role ("poor me") by portraying themselves as victims of circumstances or someone else's behavior in order to gain pity or sympathy or to evoke compassion and thereby get something from another. Caring and conscientious people cannot stand to see anyone suffering, and the manipulator often finds it easy and rewarding to play on sympathy to get cooperation.[1]