Dating a sociopath


13-Aug-2017 15:31

It looks like there's no helping this type of person, as they see nothing wrong with them. Our best defense is to learn how to cope and manage them.

I just wish I'd done some research or read this article years ago to understand her. I have told her before about his tall tales and stories that I knew were lies.

For instance (this might not make sense until you do the exercise), a friend of mine recently had an Amazon package fail to be delivered.

She assumed that it was some shady neighbors stealing the package and was going to stop having any packages delivered, even though she has had like 20 successful package deliveries so far.

His main purpose is to get what he wants, regardless of how it may harm other people.

He was probably very charming and charismatic, which is how a sociopath will win over the love and affection of his target (you).

He knew how to play the victim so that nothing was ever his fault, and had a way of twisting it around so you believed it was somehow your fault.

As it turns out, around 4 percent of the population are sociopaths — and lately, it seems like they’re all on Tinder.

They act out in ways that aren't aligned with their innate personalities. And the act of name-calling may be a way to relieve these feelings.

Sociopaths can be dangerous at worst or simply very difficult to deal with, and it's important to know if you've found yourself with a sociopath, whether it's someone you're dating or an impossible coworker.