I am wondering if anyone else know’s this type of person.
-Argumentative for the sake of argument
-Vigilante complex (nosey, righting perceived wrongs that don’t affect them, doing downright creepy detective work)
-Driven by sexual conquest
-Terribly demeaning to women because it’s fun, but it’s not right – it’s just funny
-Always has a motive
-Enjoys when people call him arrogant
-Seems to be void of emotions, but will pour emotions out to ex girlfriends over text message
-Brags, at least once a day about his penis, loudly
-Always tries to be the good guy in weird ways (the end will always justify the means)
-Believes he is gifted with some sort of fantastic amount of intuition
Does this person exist in your life? How do you deal with them because I’ve blocked them from just about every form of communication possible but doesn’t that seem petty?
It’s pretty pointless talking to my social circle as well, mainly because they gossip.
This person is pinpointing me because I made a mistake and hurt someone he cared about from a previous relationship. Since then, the person I hurt and I have come to terms and are even working on a friendship – but this individual has made it his goal (or so it seems) to make me feel like the most awful person in the world.
It’s like he can’t let go of something that’s done, and never involved him in the first place – he involved himself.
I’m trying to let it go, but this feeling’s got a hold of my stomach apparently, so – thoughts?
@thiesjosh, you cannot ever control or even figure out why other people do the things they do, so just work on what you can control, which is your reaction. I know what it’s like to let someone get inside your head, don’t give them that power. Think about something worthwhile that will help you rather than drive you crazy. You got this :)
@thiesjosh, Yea, I agree with @josephem and @paintedbeings. Narcissism with sociopaths tendency. Suggest you Google both to and consider any threat factor. You can also check out “how to deal with a….” for advice, mostly for what not to do! I had to put up with a similar situation with different circumstances. Good luck!
I reckon tell him to get fucked man… personally I think it is petty to just block him, he is a real human being who has a problem with you, so prove to him (and more importantly YOURSELF) that you are good, you are strong and you have done nothing wrong. I think it’s time we stopped ignoring problems when they arise just because we think its not worth dealing with them
basically, if this person is doing this to you, and you know they are being unreasonable, then you are stronger than them. It’s as simple as that. Let them know you’re stronger, let everyone know you’re stronger, let yourself know and FEEL that you are stronger. The light is moving, spread it, I am saying this because it is what you want to hear, I do not mean to insult you any way.
Also, you should obviously not harm this person in any way, but I believe it is your duty to let them know that they are being weak, so that they can see it is time to advance and better themselves. Don’t leave this person in the dark, maybe he is a narcissistic sociopath with schizophrenic tendencies, but so what? He’s a person too, stand up for yourself in order to help yourself AND him.
It sounds like someone I know. He was schizophrenic and lived his like like he was some kind of superhero character out of the movies. Try to cut all contact off with this person and make sure you have a witness near you if you do speak to them. Never under any circumstances speak to them without some kind of way of either recording or witnessing the conversation.