Energy Vampires

Energy vampires are emotionally immature individuals who have the sense that the whole world revolves around them. They are almost incapable of seeing things from another person’s perspective. They often lack empathy.

Have you ever been around someone that made you feel tired after they left? People that make you feel this way are Energy Vampires. They are unhappy with themselves so they seek out individuals who appear to be happy, content, and strong to smear their bullshit all over. People who exhibit this behavior typically are angry when you do not indulge them and their constant need for attention, reassurance, contact, conversation, CONTROL, etc. They usually come to you with a big smile and a lot flattery. Don’t be fooled. Another name for this type of individual is a narcissist.

I had the “privilege” of working with people with this personality type. Once I stopped indulging in their antics they all, of course, thought that I was unhappy and had a problem. They can never own up to their own shortcomings. I was actually becoming happier than I’d ever been in that office. At work it is not a requirement to listen to your corny ass stories and jokes. Narcissistic people really think they are interesting. Hearing you talk about yourself everyday and what you like, don’t like, hate, love, want to do, want to eat, etc is annoying and exhausting.

How about this? Why don’t you all just SHUT THE FUCK UP! And for the love of GOD, leave people alone who don’t seem interested in talking to you. Maybe, just maybe, YOU are the problem. Hop off my nuts and find a hobby. Talking about yourself is not a fucking hobby. Please see a therapist if someone tells you that you exhibit this behavior. For all of us. Please. When I first encounter folks like this I really do try to be as polite as possible but you should never allow someone else’s happiness take precedence over your own. Check out some ways to block narcissist and energy vampires below.

Read more about Narcissistic Personality Disorder here: https://www.bpdcentral.com/narcissistic-disorder/hallmarks-of-npd/

Ways to Combat a Energy Vampire/Narcissist:

1) Meditate daily

2) Smile at them (this can be a tricky one if the person is attracted to you)

3) Don’t engage in conversation with them

4) Repeat positive affirmations while in their presence

5)  Shine so brightly that their negativity doesn’t weigh you down

6) Attempt to help them (within reason and without losing yourself)

7) Cleanse your aura, balance your chakras

8) Keep your vibration high (with positive thoughts and by surrounding yourself with positive people)

9) Don’t feel sorry for them

10) Eat a healthy diet

11) Spend plenty of time alone to recharge yourself.

Please visit https://www.powerofpositivity.com/11-ways-to-block-energy-vampires/ for a more in depth look at this topic.

Namaste! 🙏🕉❤️

13 Comments

      1. They always seem to lodge themselves into positions where they get a captive audience – against the will of the captives! Happy to find your blog. As a “captive” it’s a good reminder to hold my ground and know the issue isn’t with me and I’m not alone in recognition of these types. I do, however, struggle with the question of “how do they live with themselves!?” Haha!

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      2. 😂😂 yes! I always wonder how their family members manage to live with these folks. They are usually are in a position of power! You’re absolutely right. I’m happy I found your blog too. It’s adorable and I’m obsessed with cats! 😻

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      3. Thank you! There are a bunch of weirdos stalking and mocking it in an effort to make friends and family of mine upset. I was wrongfully terminated from a job, and my kindergarten students used to take muffin home as a lesson in responsibility and a Reward for being student of the day. The kids loved it. The kids loved me. I was too optimistic in a nepotistic place. I hear the enrollment is dropping like flies but Muffins adventures live on. That building is FILLED with nepotistic, narcissistic dingbats!

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      4. That’s really unfortunate. People would rather mock than see the fun and positivity of your blog. It’s adorable. Also, I quit my job recently due to the stress of dealing with these types of folks. They started to make me physically sick. Sometimes getting let go of a place is a blessing in disguise. I wish you nothing but the best of luck and happiness in your future endeavors. 😘😘😘

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      5. PS. Thank you for the kind words. I’m glad moving on from your situation ended up a blessing. I believe mine has also been. I didn’t see the corruption and filth when in the middle of it. Some folks clearly don’t find honor and integrity important

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