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Playing the victim : Antisocial Personality Disorder Forum
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Have you or would you ever play the victim in order to get what you want in some way or other?
I’m asking this question because I believe my colleague to have some kind of issue where he does this in order to manipulate people.
He accuses people of bullying him just if they say something he doesn’t like.
He’s stealth like, extremely unassuming and my manager said to me today that he’s like a ghost. You don’t even notice him.
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