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They found that people with more spiteful tendencies were more likely to also show hints of callousness, Machiavellianism, poor self-esteem, aggression, and guilt-free shame. Conversely, those who were less likely to be spiteful were also more likely to…
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Have you heard of nemesis? It is the inescapable agent of someone’s or something’s downfall. An agent of natural justice… some people call it “Karma” and believe that whatever goes, comes around and you have to pay for your evil deeds. Nemesis catches…
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Question: Are narcissists vindictive? Do they stalk and harass? Answer: Narcissists are often vindictive and they often stalk and harass. Basically, there are only two ways of coping with vindictive narcissists: I. To Frighten Them Narcissists live in a…
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Don’t buy into their gossip or attempts to turn you against another person Encourage positivity and proactive approaches to life Disengage with vindictive and negative people – they will only destroy your mojo as well as the person that is their target…
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They build grudges A person with a vindictive personality disorder builds grudges, stores pain points against themselves and others to justify their feelings. It’s always someone else’s fault and you will never find them in a situation where they will…
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Their pain is unbearable A vindictive person has misguided pain. They feel frustrated, helpless, hurt or ignored and are unable to change their circumstances without ensuring that they affect others in the meantime. They don’t have the necessary strength…
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Many early psychological views toward revenge were based on the larger concept of emotional catharsis. This idea, still widely held in the popular culture, suggests that venting aggression ultimately purges it from the body. But empirical research failed…
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People who are more vengeful tend to be those who are motivated by power, by authority and by the desire for status,” he says. “They don’t want to lose face.” In his study, McKee surveyed 150 university students who answered questions about their…
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Stress management involves understanding the psychology behind or that is causing the stress and finding strategies to deal with, reduce, or eliminate the stress. Stress can result from viewing yourself or your situations negatively or with insecurity.…
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Stress weakens the immune system and has other serious effects on the brain and body such as cardiovascular problems, and mental illness such as depression. Stress also kills brain cells and lowers your learning abilities or capabilities. Specifically,…
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