Female Sociopaths – The drama queen

This is a post from blogger Linda Turner’s blog, Parental Alienation and it rings true with female bullies. And parental Alienation is a form of bullying!

Parental Alienation

They are also perfect on invoking a pity, able to act like a “drama queen” (What is a Drama Queen)

In literature, the character Scarlett O’Hara from Margaret Mitchell’sGone with the Windwould be considered a drama queen by today’s standards. This type of person is notoriously self-centered and self-absorbed, often viewing friends and relatives as lesser beings assigned to take care of her personal needs. Her worst enemy is solitude, so she tends to be very outgoing and sociable, although many of her friendships tend to remain at surface level. Others who have experienced the drama queen’s sudden outbursts in the past may have a feeling of walking on egg shells around her, not wanting to be the person who delivers upsetting news or offends her in any way.

Fake stories about ill relatives, previous abuse, etc are just a natural ways to them to play the…

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