I read an article that made sense, describing the psychology behind the braindead groupies of the various new age “gurus and cult leaders” in the new age community:
EMPATHS ARE NATURAL TARGETS FOR SOCIOPATHS – HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF
The trick it seems is to understand their hive minded behaviour, to understand who calls the shots and who [or rather what type of people] act as enablers for the swindling.
First you get the twisted SOCIOPATHIC and/or narcissistic wannabe leader – who flatter people with bullshit, and then you get the APATHETIC morons who follow the cult leader in a braindead-like manner.
What the sociopath does is to pit his/her puppies (pets/followers) against the empath (YOU the SKEPTIC), to turn everything against the ONE WHO POSES A THREAT to their braindead community – then I don’t know if the faggot bitch gives them cookies or doggie treats afterwards, when they successfully removed the threat via online flagging, reporting and harassment.
You get the picture….
a few picture quotes to describe how I feel about the overall new age/otherkin community online:
This is how the new age cunts operate:
I agree, the otherkin community is very toxic, and true spiritual development does not occur there….especially when everyone is taught to run away from their problems instead of facing it.
I would probably give the same advice to the guy, since otherkin DO NOT WANT TO BE HELPED.
They DO NOT WANT YOU TO REFLECT THEIR PROBLEMS TO THEM.
You will be hated for it.
Maybe the guy should leave the girl for a while until she grows up.
But if he really loves her, he can stick it through…..he should just beware that he does not get dragged down by it all.
There are otherkin working in toxic pairs… as long as he can balance her “otherkin-insanity” out a bit by a dash of rationality, there would be no problem.
A boyfriend should be there to support his girlfriend yes….but OTHERKIN do not want support, they think and believe what they want.
Some say they are screaming for attention, yet the question of is it healthy attention they seek comes to mind.
Anyhow, the guy has to make his own decision.
I think all people have a little magic in them, but a loving partner would probably not encourage narcissism, to the point where it becomes destructive to his mate.