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This sounds like my sister. But could there be something else at play and how is it described. She 'hides' her life through lies and portraying her 'faults' onto other real people. Like she's revealing herself in third person, saying that it's others (in real life) whether friends, coworkers or family members, that have done the things that she is accusing others of. Karma's a 'b', and its a small world. Her stories are beginning to fold as old coworkers are now working with a family member and we're hearing stories being told about my sister, that she had told me but said it was someone else that was doing certain things. I'm tired of her terrorizing my mother with her hateful, deceitful and accusatory rants.
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