Sociopath/narcissist/psychopath apath minions are everywhere. I see that.
I am done hearing christians talk about how people who cause harm to others, have their good side and insinuating that if I don’t focus on that – then I am in the wrong. What that is – is minimization/avoidance of the harm they are causing to others and forcing Christian apath views onto a victim, to shame the victim, and apathy about evil and avoiding the truth.
It may be easy for some, to view people that can badly hurt others, in only a good light, and think that is the Christian way – but to me that is wrong.
And then point out that I – as a survivor of so much severe abuse – including abuse from ‘christians’, am failing, because I am back to where I was at the start of my counselling. Wow.
It’s the Christian way, apparently – tell the victim they are in the wrong if they don’t get over it quick enough. The are failing, they should feel shameful, they are the ‘bad’ ones. And lets be nice to the abusers. I’ve seen it going on, far too much, including within Christianity.
It’s why so much abuse goes on in Christianity – this avoidance, apathy, look the other way, focus on the good, not make people accountable for their actions, ‘blame the victim’ mentality, shame the victim, that I can no longer deal with.
It’s why there are several Baptist ministers in my area (and this goes on everywhere), who were all guilty of abusing people, were not sacked by the hierarchy, despite that being their own lawyers advice. Evil prevailed.
It’s why so many sex offender/paedophile ministers are protected and enabled. Evil prevails. Continue reading