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The four pillars of TIV

  1. A constant need for one's victimhood to be acknowledged by the offender and society at large.
  2. The belief that the victim has perfect morality while the other party is inherently immoral.
  3. The lack of empathy, especially the inability to see another perspective, makes the victim entitled to a selfish response.
  4. Rumination. The tendency to focus on the details of an attack on self-esteem.

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