12 Warning Signs That You Are Dealing With An Evil Person
When you are dealing with an evil person, these are the warning signs. The term evil is interpreted many different ways. When we’re talking about true evil, it’s much more intelligent and will often seem like it’s not even there.
Are we born evil? Mankind is essentially good – no matter what they turn out to be, there is always good inside. But at the same time, no matter how much we want to see the good in people, there will always be someone who will use the good inside them to do something sinister. These people are genuinely evil, and they enjoy every second of it.
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Now, let’s talk about the 12 warning signs that an evil/narcissist person will give off.
Denying Reality: The truth that you know to be is not something that a truly evil person will agree upon. They know a much different truth and will never agree with the reality that really is.
Twisting Facts: The secret to their craft is being able to twist any facts that they come across. In their situation, it would be any facts that that do not fall under their goals and the manipulative reality they’re trying to accomplish.
Misleading: If they come across some information that they feel they could use, they will use some of that truth in a misleading way to make you feel afraid, vulnerable, attacked, or incompetent.
Constant Lying: They lie as a way of constructing who they are. They cannot tell a story without adding in something juicy. The reason they constantly lie is because they take pleasure in fooling others around them.
Feel No Remorse: They have no feelings of remorse for anyone they have destroyed, will destroy or are planning to destroy. People are just pawns in their chess game, and they feed off of good people because they see weaknesses that they can easily expose.
Avoiding Responsibility: Evil people do not take any responsibility for the people they’ve harmed. The minute they start to sense some sort of blame, they will redirect it before it makes its way to them.
Manipulative: They are champions of manipulation. They plan 10 steps ahead and always know the direct purpose of what they’re doing. They know exactly how to make you feel incompetent, and they know how to take all the credit for doing it.
Fair-Weather Friends: If they come to your rescue, it’s not because they wanted to help you, it only serves the purpose of which involves them. You might find that they’re there for the good times, but can never be found when the bad times come around. Don’t expect support from these people. If they are giving you support, chances are they’re playing you in some sort of way.
Steal Your Time: You may not notice that they will constantly try and distract you so you lose track of time. They sense that you’re better than them because of your obligations, so they try to disrupt them.
Double Lives: They will never reveal that they are living a double life. Because they’re entire life is covered with lies, they will have a different picture painted of themselves for a variety of people.
Very Controlling: With all the lies they are telling, they have to always be in control of the situation. The second they sense that someone is trying to earn their trust and be a genuine friend, they will get possessive and controlling.
High Self-Esteem: Researchers found that people who expressed a high sense of authenticity also had a high self-esteem.
They Share Their Thoughts and Feelings: Someone who is genuinely a good person will share their thoughts and feelings about the world. They are a big extrovert and are not afraid to dispute any arguments or conversations if they see necessary.
They Openly Give and Receive Compliments: Everyone likes compliments, but it can be hard to tell if the comments are authentic or fake.
They Love to Listen and Prefer Deep Conversations: If you notice that one of your friends is always asking you to talk about life and personal things, don’t be alarmed, they are just taking interest in your life and want to pick your brain.
They Listen to Their Inner Voice Rather Than Their Surroundings: We have all made impulse decisions at some point in our life; but a genuinely good person will make an impulse decision based on what they feel from the inside.