How to Respond to the Bullying Threats of Criminal Psychopaths?
By RICHARD GRANNON
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Richard I can’t thank you enough for speaking up about this and slipping it by the censors. I knew you would come through. Your voice and perspective empowers others to listen to their instincts about all of this as well. I’ve been disappointed that so few people with any significant reach or influence have spoken up and voiced what they are seeing happen right in front of their faces, and instead just pandering the “official” narratives, and this has been psychologically distressing in and of itself, and highly concerning.
Who else is becoming overwhelmed with the realisation that in fact the MAJORITY of people are so easily manipulated? I genuinely never thought there was such a high percentage of emotional people out there.
I react like such a sheep in certain circumstances. I’ve realised that my childhood fear and thought processes of “don’t make matters worse” as a self-protection strategy against bullies, no longer works as an adult. Sooo difficult after 50 years of cowering to the bullies to shift gears and face the confrontations. Damn it’s hard. This whole 2020 hasn’t been about the stress of illness. It’s been about the stress of making a stand when everything inside is screaming “don’t ruffle feathers”. I’ve learnt a lot about myself and others in 2020 and one important thing is ‘my life matters’ and stop seeing every authoritative figure as my psychopathic parents. ‘When you were a child you acted like a child, when you become an adult you should act like an adult’. The quickening and awakening of 2020 for us has been a rude awakening; forcing those who have the inner eyes to see, to make huge shifts in our mental, psychological and spiritual states.
My childhood taught me “you don’t matter”. 2020 is trying desperately to teach me “yes, Rachael, you do matter, stand up for yourself, no one else is going to do it for you”.
The most sensible perspective I’ve encountered to date…..thank you Richard for unraveling my fear in this situation & reminding me that I can say “NO”!!
Excellent video. The world seems to have unleashed its bullies and it has become unnatural. Stay strong, folks. Many thanks for this precise and very powerful message, Richard. Greetings from Cincinnati!
I grown-up in a ruf environment. When something really bad happened to me, i think, I turned psihopatic. No fear, no emotion, ready to die. And then they pulled back…
I was lucky to escape, but I still have the psychological wounds.
I wish you all a good life.
Thank you for this video!
I really appreciate how this guy gets to the point. I just realized I’ve been bullied most of my life. I was taught to be nice, and not stand up for what I realize is the right thing to do. I eventually did learn to stand up for myself. I learned the hard way.
I was bullied about when I was a kid. I found if you basically attack them like a roman legionarie and get your ass kicked anyway… they generally leave you alone.
They use threat of violence because that is what scares them most. They assume it works on everyone. Break their nose… they stay away.
This guy puts too much thought into the subject. Be willing to be as violent, at the moment notice. Learn to become situationally aware and you can avoid these encounters.
Half the people you meet on any given day are mentally dysfunctional, 1% are dangerous/pathetic.
Loved this! Every new voice I hear that speaks up about this gives me so much hope.
More people are waking up but we can’t wait for everyone to wake up before we make a stand.
We can’t underestimate our own power in saying NO! We are powerful beyond measure!
Wow! I didn’t see where this was heading. Well done! One of the frightening things about bullies, and being abused by them, is sometimes they are not recognized for what they are and what they are actually doing. Our government, like our parents, only want the best for us, it’s all for our own good, no matter how bad it feels….yeah right!
Another great video, thanks to your hard work , Richard. People who are bullied can doubt that they are actually the victims, especially if they have suffered abuse from a narc parent when they were a child. It’s crucial they see themselves as THE VICTIM. The bully can usually ” scan ” someone quickly and won’t hesitate to play with their mind.
Richard, well done not just about Covid, but about explaining the natural fear when confronted unexpectedly by an assailant, one of the first things I was taught was to hit first when attacked no taking, no thinking get in first. Also if a few of them always attack the biggest and loudest first the rest melt away.