When A Toxic Person Can No Longer Control You

When A Toxic Person Can No Longer Control You
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“When a toxic person can no longer control you, they will try to control how others see you. The misinformation will feel unfair, but stay above it, trusting that other people will eventually see the truth, just like you did.”

This post is a reminder to be prepared for the possible backlash when you finally get free of being manipulated. When you cut the cords, they will make attempts to continue how things were, and will resort to ‘doing whatever they can’, which can include ‘poisoning the well’ of others opinions.

The quote speaks to the idea that toxic people, who are no longer able to control their victims, may resort to the tactic of attempting to control how others perceive the victim. They may spread misinformation, gossip, or lies in an attempt to tarnish the victim’s reputation and to maintain control over them. The quote suggests that while this can be frustrating and unfair, it is important to stay above it and to trust that others will eventually see the truth.

Manipulative behavior is a tactic used by toxic people to gain power and control over others. It can take many forms, such as gaslighting, or spreading misinformation. Manipulative people often use lies and deceit to gain power and to maintain control over their victims. They may also use guilt and fear to control their victims and to make them feel responsible for the manipulator’s happiness or well-being.

The quote suggests that when a toxic person can no longer control their victim directly, they may try to control how others see the victim, by spreading lies, rumors or misinformation. This can be frustrating, hurtful and damaging for the victim. The victim may feel like they are being attacked and falsely judged by others, and that their reputation is being tarnished.

However, the quote also encourages the victim to stay above it, however it is important to correct misinformation rather than ignoring it, as it can sometimes cause great and possibly even irreparable damage if left unchecked. One should take whatever steps one reasonably can, but have some faith that others will eventually see the truth. It’s important to remember that the truth will usually come out in the end and that manipulative people will be exposed for who they are. It’s also important to surround yourself with people who truly care about you and who will support and defend you, in order not to fall into the trap of manipulation.

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