The Truth is Uncomfortable and Inconvenient to Bullies and Their Followers

They not concerned with facts, only the excitement that the rumors and lies create and the close bonding it brings their group.

Understand that your bullies already know the truth. Oh, yes! They know that you aren’t what they say you are. And they know that they’re lying through their teeth. That’s the sad part.

Bullies know that you’re better than what they try to make you out to be. But, here’s the thing.

The truth doesn’t fit their narratives, nor their agenda. So, they’ll go out of their way to make the falsehoods look true. Realize that the bullies are benefiting from the ruination of your reputation. And they’ll move Heaven and Earth to keep those benefits.

Your bullies are the ones that have to work so doggone hard because it takes a ton of work to cover up lies and half-truths. Lies tend to have a never-ending chain. They tell the first lie and have to put out a second lie to cover up the first. Then they must lie a third time to cover up the first two lies about you. And on and on it goes. It’s a never-ending chain.

Lies have a way of building and they build so much that it soon becomes hard for the bullies to keep their stories straight. I mean, seriously! After so long and so many lies, who can keep up with all that? They eventually lie themselves into a crack they can’t pull themselves out of.

If you stay calm and play your hand correctly, your bullies will eventually spin themselves into their own web and get stuck in it. So, sit back and watch them fall into the trap of their own making. Even better have lots of pun- oops- fun watching the show.

With knowledge comes empowerment!

18 thoughts on “The Truth is Uncomfortable and Inconvenient to Bullies and Their Followers

  1. “They tell the first lie and have to put out a second lie to cover up the first. Then they must lie a third time to cover up the first two lies about you. And on and on it goes. It’s a never-ending chain.”

    What is true of bullies is also true of our politics. Have a nice sunday cherie.

  2. This post is so accurate, as are all the posts you write. I know about liars and bullies – I was on the receiving end of a man in a relationship many years ago who also used gaslighting. I can see it very clearly now but, at the time, didn’t know how to get out of the hole he’d made for me (or perhaps, the spot I had got myself into!). I was very vulnerable at the time, though. He turned me into a wreck, and I had to go and stay with my dear Mum for six weeks before I began to recover and stand on my own two feet again. It won’t ever happen again, as the experience taught me a lot and how to spot a liar. Thankfully, I can look back on that happening positively as I learned a lesson. Honestly, Cherie, I must sometimes sound like a negative and broken person with all that’s happened in my life. I’m really not anymore. Apart from sad and painful memories, I’m now a happy and positive person. Not sure that comes across in my writing, though! P.S. To save any confusion, I could get into my Mum’s house back then as it was a long time before I acquired my disability.

  3. “They tell the first lie and have to put out a second lie to cover up the first. Then they must lie a third time to cover up the first two lies about you. And on and on it goes. It’s a never-ending chain.”

    This reminds me of our politicians.

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