Sociopaths want to look good, take our money, have a kid here or there, feel like they are King or Queen… and move on before being caught. Or before their boredom overwhelms them. Sociopaths are “antisocial psychopaths” or are sometimes now referred to as having: “anti-social personality disorder.” – Not a fixable disorder.
A sociopath wants our lives, our money, our material goods, our social or business contacts. Then they want to split. They don’t want to kill us. They don’t want to go to jail. They just borrow us to skate through a section of time. – When we see them behind the mask they know it is time to go. By understanding their primal, reptilian brain we can make that “going” cleaner and easier for ourselves, there are “break-up musts” when it comes to escaping a sociopath.
That said: Do not tempt a sociopath’s rage. It’s easy to ignite their erratic defense mechanisms. Do not underestimate the danger a sociopath represents. Do not argue with them, challenge or threaten them. None of this leads anywhere but to more pain and risk for ourselves. – They can be extremely violent. They can kill. – Our words don’t help – they don’t care what we think – except when it places them in a position of being exposed or loosing what they’ve taken. When you see what they are, do this: zip it. Stay silent. Get them out. Or go yourself.
See the sociopath for what he or she is. Reframe the entire debacle from the view-point of a sociopath’s mind. Use their weaknesses to leverage them out of our lives and minimize the damage. We are gorgeous and amazing! Our humanity and great goodness are our saving grace.
Here’s to REAL True Love and Happiness!
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