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Relational aggression why women hurt each other
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Perhaps as we are trying to fix boys at an early age to respect girls, we need to start fixing girls at an early age to respect girls.
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Women have an issue with being passive aggressive and social isolation toward other WOMEN. Especially if they feel like she is independent and attractive. She's pretty much attacked.
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Women have an issue with being passive aggressive and social isolation toward other WOMEN. Especially if they feel like she is independent and attractive. She's pretty much attacked.
Yes, so true...and kind of sad.
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Women have an issue with being passive aggressive and social isolation toward other WOMEN. Especially if they feel like she is independent and attractive. She's pretty much attacked.
Ugh....so depressing, like being forced to join a clutch of hens. Have to join to survive, but secretly despise all of them...I don't want to be in a group that counts their chips, and need to be talked to like a child. But yes, this is the way they are.
I want to have female friends too, I am a fun, friendly, not judgemental, and intelligent person. But it seems like whenever I go, other girls are just hostile and rude to me. Basically I am always alienated and isolated by other girls especially at school. Idk why. I am sure I don't hate them, and I am not that kind of girl who are telling everyone ‘i am not like other girl’. Fortunately guys are more open to me. But still I cant be one of the guys because oftentimes when some guy friends start catching feeling for me, it just ruin out friendship. So glad to know I am not alone in living this lonely life.
I’m George I’m looking for serious relationship here
My experience with this was isolation, no training, sabotage, icing out, turning others against me, picking on every little thing. Narcissists hate someone better than them they will do anything to get rid of a threat and they have their flying monkeys they've done this before. It'll continue unless one speaks up. The problem is no one stands behind the victim because then their targets.
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I’m George I’m looking for serious relationship here
Hi! I think it would be better for you to try dating sites if you are searching for a relationship. Good luck!
My experience with this was isolation, no training, sabotage, icing out, turning others against me, picking on every little thing. Narcissists hate someone better than them they will do anything to get rid of a threat and they have their flying monkeys they've done this before. It'll continue unless one speaks up. The problem is no one stands behind the victim because then their targets.
These flying monkeys and abuse enablers enjoy standing behind the real perpetrator because they are spineless cowards unable to face the real TRUTH.
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These flying monkeys and abuse enablers enjoy standing behind the real perpetrator because they are spineless cowards unable to face the real TRUTH.
Exactly. Well put.
This doesn't work with bullies.  They have low self-esteem and they aren't happy until they have destroyed anyone they deem"better" than they are.
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This doesn't work with bullies.  They have low self-esteem and they aren't happy until they have destroyed anyone they deem"better" than they are.
The fear in narcissist bullies is truth being exposed. Narcissists feed on weak. Her words might help with self-centered/narcissists. 10:07 Her solution - includes using soft words to women 'excuse me, you know, right'.
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