“Abandon the idea that you will forever be the victim of the things that have happened to you. Choose to be a victor.”
― Seth Adam Smith
I’ll never understand people who’re addicted to playing the victim card. You know, the kind who escape responsibility and throw blame around like confetti? The kind who have the innate ability to screw people over while making themselves look like the victim?
To the so called injured party-
Sorry to burst your bubble darlings, but your self-defeating drama, your whiny mentality and all of your excuses won’t fetch you unquestioning sympathy. So for once, try taking responsibility for your actions. Please? You can’t create your own storms and get mad when it rains. And, umm if you got drama with everyone… have you ever thought maybe it’s you, not them?
But you can, if you truly want, flee this damaging cycle. Do not look for chances to be a victim, especially when you aren’t even under attack. Come out of this imaginary bad world you’ve built around yourself to protect your fragile ego. It’s no good. Break this habit, and watch yourself grow.
With that said, I’d like to know what are your thoughts on this. Do you think that people who play the victim card are narcissists and excessively critical of everything? Or is it that they’re defenceless children who cannot fend for themselves?
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