This time I am going to talk about people with inferiority complexes, narcissistic disorders, name-dropping compulsions and borderline personality disorders; people who enjoy creating conflicts to set people against each other. And those who are compulsive liars.
This woman has done everything anybody has ever done before. If someone says they work for a department store, she also worked for a department store. If another person says he or she worked for an airline, she also worked for an airline sometime in her life. If you happen to be a paralegal, or an interpreter, a journalist or an attorney, she is also, or has been, all of those professions.
If she has a court case, she doesn’t need an attorney; she represents herself and always wins the case.
This person uses the names of others, thinking nobody would ever find out. But when she uses the name of someone, that person is going to be confronted about what she claims he or she said, thereby creating an antagonistic atmosphere. Most of the time the person confronted doesn’t answer because he was caught in the same lie the woman created.
This woman accuses others of such unbelievable things as to claim another person denied her the right to contact her children and other family members by telephone when her ear is glued to her cell phone 24-7, without the need to use others’ telephone lines.
Since I am not an expert in this type of field, and I have never studied the human brain, I wanted to describe the problem this woman has who is very aggressive, competitive and offensive, I asked a psychiatrist friend to help me with the issues.
This is the way it was explained to me: People with inferiority complexes always consider themselves as teachers of everything and professors of nothing, because in reality they have no knowledge of anything. Their disorder arises from the desire to be noticed, characterized by aggressiveness.
As a narcissist, the person also lacks empathy for anyone and feels it’s his or her right to take advantage of others, to maliciously lie about anyone to further their goals. The narcissist also walks into every situation to take control over it and start pushing people around.
Since I needed to know so much about these matters my doctor friend continued explaining to me about Borderline Personality Disorder, commonly know as BPD. People with BPD always see themselves as being victims of other people. They constantly accuse others of acting maliciously against them, when in reality they are the ones being malicious. They are perfect liars and their accusations are often incoherent.
These people more often than not accuse others of being anti-Christians and not being kind-hearted, when in reality they go to church on Sundays, hit their hearts three time and then get out of the church with a knife in their mouth and a whip in their hands (so to speak), looking for other victims and continue accosting other innocent victims.
So I asked my psychiatrist friend. “If these people are not your patients — and I am very sure you are not going to have a very pleasant time treating them — how do we deal with them? My friend smiled and told me to get rid of them, to erase them completely from your life, because if you don’t, you are going to have a miserable
life. So that is exactly what I did.
Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at pviasmensky@lasvegas tribune.com.