The longer I am here the more people I meet who have been duped, used, abused, whatever by people that exploited them -- and then they feel guilty for being a victim, like they did somethig wrong, they deserved their pain. And it is so frustrating, because they won't accept that they had no power over what happened, they take the evil of the victimizer upon themselves. I guess it's an answer to the human question of "why" we always, but it's not true, but how do you make people understand that? That evil did not "choose" them, that it is random, that they did not fail in some way and deserve it?
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