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(Signs of a Victim Mentality)
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The Victim Mentaility
The victim mentality leads to people constantly being guided by negative emotions like anger, fear, and sadness. There is always a suspicion about the intentions of people. One of the main characteristics of this behavior is that the 'victim' expects sympathy for all the bad things that he has gone through.
Did You Know?
It is said that the victim mentality develops as a result of emotional, physical, and other needs not having been met during childhood.
It's a Learned Behavior
The victim mentality is a learned and acquired behavior, which means that it does not have at its base in any biological or genetic workings. It's something that the person has brought on due to constant churning and spinning of negative thoughts.
The Victim Believes He Has No Control Over Life
These people believe that they have no control over the outcome of anything, and they therefore shed responsibility too. When faced with any negativity or setbacks in life, they refuse to do something about it and move on; instead, they focus on the negative, play it over and over again in their heads, and thrive on the drama.
The Victim Expects Sympathy
One of the main characteristics of this behavior is that the 'victim' expects sympathy for all the bad things that he has gone through. He wants the attention and constant validation from others that he has suffered a lot even though he did not deserve it, or how brave he is for having gone through so much and is still managing to go on in life.