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Emotional Vampires

This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Sunnygal 9 months ago.

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  • #43349

    angelstar
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    Sociopaths are emotional vampires, they love bomb you while they sink their fangs into you and dispense their toxic poisonous venom, and then you become hooked. Once your vamporized, you become an emotional energy food source to the vampire and they feed off your negative emotions, just like the in story Ben Stoker’s Dracula. They need your negative emotions to feed their never ending empty boredom narcissist hole. They get a high off of watching you suffer, and miserable over them, it feeds their never ending narcissist ego. Don’t feel bad when they cheat on you, because they are always hungry for new victims, they always need new victims like a vampire needs more blood. You need to cut the cords, or they will drain you out of all your life and energy, and make you depressed, cause health problems, or kill you. Get out while their is still any positive energy left in you, or you will end up a miserable vampire too

  • #43372

    Stargazer
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    This is exactly true. I just recently got hooked by a sociopathic contractor I hired to do some work. It had been 10 years since the one I dated. I thought I was impervious to them. I actually trusted this guy, and he turned out to be a pathological liar. I remember liking him right away, and I didn’t know why. And I remember telling myself that it’s a red flag that I like him, and that it makes me vulnerable. I had that much awareness. But I needed the work done and didn’t have time to vet him thoroughly for the job. Live and learn. I’m picking up the pieces now. They are not as big as the pieces I picked up from the one I dated in 2008. But a sign that I still have some healing to do because he managed to get under my skin. I am extremely grateful that he didn’t take me for that much compared to the others he scammed. And thank God I didn’t date him, although I probably would have. It is relatively easy to disconnect from him, but I do have some healing to do – it triggered some emotional pain. I take that as a bittersweet gift – the gift that the sociopaths in my life have given to me – the gift of healing. Also, I think I want to take him down, just to protect the community. The average person wouldn’t stand a chance again him – he’s very smooth. You would never know he’s a sociopath. He is very down to earth and a regular guy.

  • #43389

    angelstar
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    Being in a relationship with a sociopath is very scary love. No matter how much it hurts, or obsessed you are, its better to just stay away then to get emotionally abused and mistreated. Having a broken heart won’t kill you, but will make you stronger and better person. The more you try to show that you love these emotional vampires the more power it gives them to abuse and mistreat you. Always pay attention to the red flags, and follow you head and not your heart. A heart is just a tool to these sociopaths to manipulate and exploit. If you happen to get hooked or fall in-love with one, run as far as possible and keep your distance because they can use that as a tool against you for their own wicked agenda.

  • #43407

    Sunnygal
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    yes, they are.

  • #43517

    Sunnygal
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    Exactly true.

  • #43630

    Sunnygal
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    angelstar right on.

  • #43638

    angelstar
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    Thank you Sunnygal 🙂

    The only way to get rid of an emotional vampire is to squash them like you would a blood sucking mosquito. Then the love spell will soon where off and the wounds will self-heal itself over-time. In the meantime, make sure you take care of yourself, try to keep yourself busy, and learn to be independent, and learn not to depend on someone else to make you happy. Happiness comes within, you can find your own happiness, and don’t let the emotional vampire take that away from you. Cheers…..

    • This reply was modified 9 months ago by  angelstar.
    • This reply was modified 9 months ago by  angelstar.
  • #43650

    Sunnygal
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    Great advice!!

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