Date of publication: 2017-08-31 09:15
Persecutors, believing the world is dangerous, use shame as a primary tool for keeping others in their place. Their primary goal is to feel safe by putting others down. Get them before they get me! is their primary agenda. What better way of accomplishing that, then to judge, moralize or denigrate their victims?
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Persecutors also tend to compensate for inner feelings of worthlessness by putting on grandiose airs. Grandiosity inevitably comes from shame. It provides compensation and a cover-up for a deep internal inferiority. Superiority is about swinging hard to the other side of less than in order to come across as better than.
Similar to the way a generator produces electricity, the Drama Triangle generates shame. Whether through internal interaction or external communication, moving around the triangle keeps the self-disparaging messages going. The Drama Triangle becomes our own personal shame machine. The good news is that we can do something about it. All we have to do is learn to turn off the shame machine in order to get off the triangle. It's a simple, although not easy, remedy.
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The Rescuer moves into victim wearing the cloak of martyrdom ( After all I've done for you. ), whereas a Persecutor claims victim as a way to justify vengeance ( If it weren't for you, I wouldn't have had to.. ). Whereas a Rescuer may persecute by withdrawing their care-taking, a Persecutor's rescuing is liable to be almost as painful as when they are in attack-mode. And a starting-gate Victim is perpetually pitiful and incapable. They even rescue from a one-down position! ( You're the only one who can help me, because you're so talented, or smart, or whatever! )
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