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    I am putting this here with the hope that none of you ever become involved
    with someone like this. I myself have just released myself from "my" sociopath's
    grasp and felt compelled to warn as many "friends" as possible so that they do
    not fall prey to this same sort of person. Read this and remember is if you are
    single and learn to recognize the first warning signs so that you can sever yourself
    from any possible pain, hurt, and suffering that will indeed come to your door.

    It's not too long, you owe it to yourself to read this. And if you know of a friend
    of yours that is involved with someone like this, get them a copy and be a real friend.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    BEWARE OF THE FACADE OF SANITY
    Defined by statistical evidence based on a person exhibiting a majority of the following behaviors:

    1) Those who "instinctively" prey on the lives of others, through manipulation, for their own personal gain and agendas without regard to the consequences of their victims (i.e. situational ethics).

    2) Those who engage in life risking entertainment to avoid being alone or bored as this "Adrenaline Pain Killer" keeps them from becoming depressed or self destructive (as in alcohol, drugs, or suicide etc.). These traits are usually tainted with unrealistic views and radical/irresponsible behavior. This is more often recognized as "child like habits or behaviors", such as playing precariously without conscience as they do not know any better only the thrill of the moment. Their emotional development is usually equal to that of a five year old. If they do not respect their own life, they will certainly not respect yours.

    3) Those who must control others (instinctively developed) to construct a power shield that feeds an ego. This buries their personal pain, inferiority complexes, depression, and imperfections. The associated egocentricity is so in their blood that it is pathological in nature as they role-play new identities, with commensurate experiences, to become accepted (i.e. a *secret* life with false stories of past exploits).

    4) Those who can commit unthinkable abuses (criminal or personal) of another's emotions, finances, or property without feeling any guilt, shame, or remorse. The amazing part is that when they are confronted or caught in their act/performance/lie, they argue in blatant defense of their crimes and will blame everyone but himself or herself.

    5) Those that can lie profusely and create stories to serve their false ego/personality to maintain their act of feeling near perfect. The lying is usually of the utmost in insincerity and lack of concern for another.

    6) Those that live a false self to such an extent that they will fight to defend their own act and actually evolve to believe their own lies. The lies that they generate are usually full of emotions and exaggerations that tend to pull in the unsuspecting.

    7) Those that are so devoid of love and emotions that they act out an admirable behavior (bubbly, carefree, very outgoing, seemingly fun to be with, irresistible charm, constant projection of superior intelligence) to gain acceptance. In their incapacity to have healthy shame for wrongdoing, they **** the emotions (or money etc.) from their victim until that victim
    is "Served out" (left empty, used, and exhausted). When the victim cannot maintain the Sociopaths required level of attention and/or needs, the sociopath will turn on their provider and humiliate, abuse, reject, attack, or hurt the victim until the relationship is completely sabotaged. They are cold thus calculating, and crimes of the heart are very common as they are
    usually very sexual (a means of control and to gain acceptance).

    8) The Sociopath rarely learns from their mistakes as they bounce from one encounter to another. The same pattern is very predictable. They also want to rush into anything (especially relationships) very fast as their insecurity is a driving force in their lives. If they deny you freedom, again, it is another sign of their insecurity and that they are afraid that their
    victim will behave in the same manner as they would; Cheat, look for escape or infidelity. They are experts at accusing one of the same traits that they possess. If they are making accusations that are not true, look out! These accusations are a roadmap of their personality traits that you are about to experience. It is unfortunate that most people are brought up to be
    honest and trusting and lack the experience or direct relational experience to identify the Sociopath after a brief meeting. However, to have read the above, traits will become very clear very fast.

    9) Leaving a Sociopath can be the worst experience of all. Many times they are so resentful of their rejection that they will muster a vengeful attack to the very things that one loves and/or owns. Remember that they have virtually no remorse for anything that they do. They believe that you should be punished for their rejection no matter what is done to one's family,
    children, finances, or health. If one is lucky, the Sociopath will leave without a word (also a way to punish you - to make you feel like a punished child) and leave one emotionally drained. Although the departure can be shockingly painful, one has the opportunity to rebuild without more damage to his/her life. The coldness of the departure is one's big red flag that
    there never was any concern for those person's feelings.

    10) Lastly, one can never change a Sociopath. DO NOT TRY~!! Care, love, attention, communication, and money. These are the things that sociopath have no true respect for or do not understand. Therefore, they will drain the victim until there is no more money, challenge, thrill or ego to satisfy. These people are control freaks. Let go of the desire to help these lost
    people before they control you out of your life!

  • #2
    I am putting this here with the hope that none of you ever become involved
    with someone like this. I myself have just released myself from "my" sociopath's
    grasp and felt compelled to warn as many "friends" as possible so that they do
    not fall prey to this same sort of person. Read this and remember is if you are
    single and learn to recognize the first warning signs so that you can sever yourself
    from any possible pain, hurt, and suffering that will indeed come to your door.

    It's not too long, you owe it to yourself to read this. And if you know of a friend
    of yours that is involved with someone like this, get them a copy and be a real friend.
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    BEWARE OF THE FACADE OF SANITY
    Defined by statistical evidence based on a person exhibiting a majority of the following behaviors:

    1) Those who "instinctively" prey on the lives of others, through manipulation, for their own personal gain and agendas without regard to the consequences of their victims (i.e. situational ethics).

    2) Those who engage in life risking entertainment to avoid being alone or bored as this "Adrenaline Pain Killer" keeps them from becoming depressed or self destructive (as in alcohol, drugs, or suicide etc.). These traits are usually tainted with unrealistic views and radical/irresponsible behavior. This is more often recognized as "child like habits or behaviors", such as playing precariously without conscience as they do not know any better only the thrill of the moment. Their emotional development is usually equal to that of a five year old. If they do not respect their own life, they will certainly not respect yours.

    3) Those who must control others (instinctively developed) to construct a power shield that feeds an ego. This buries their personal pain, inferiority complexes, depression, and imperfections. The associated egocentricity is so in their blood that it is pathological in nature as they role-play new identities, with commensurate experiences, to become accepted (i.e. a *secret* life with false stories of past exploits).

    4) Those who can commit unthinkable abuses (criminal or personal) of another's emotions, finances, or property without feeling any guilt, shame, or remorse. The amazing part is that when they are confronted or caught in their act/performance/lie, they argue in blatant defense of their crimes and will blame everyone but himself or herself.

    5) Those that can lie profusely and create stories to serve their false ego/personality to maintain their act of feeling near perfect. The lying is usually of the utmost in insincerity and lack of concern for another.

    6) Those that live a false self to such an extent that they will fight to defend their own act and actually evolve to believe their own lies. The lies that they generate are usually full of emotions and exaggerations that tend to pull in the unsuspecting.

    7) Those that are so devoid of love and emotions that they act out an admirable behavior (bubbly, carefree, very outgoing, seemingly fun to be with, irresistible charm, constant projection of superior intelligence) to gain acceptance. In their incapacity to have healthy shame for wrongdoing, they **** the emotions (or money etc.) from their victim until that victim
    is "Served out" (left empty, used, and exhausted). When the victim cannot maintain the Sociopaths required level of attention and/or needs, the sociopath will turn on their provider and humiliate, abuse, reject, attack, or hurt the victim until the relationship is completely sabotaged. They are cold thus calculating, and crimes of the heart are very common as they are
    usually very sexual (a means of control and to gain acceptance).

    8) The Sociopath rarely learns from their mistakes as they bounce from one encounter to another. The same pattern is very predictable. They also want to rush into anything (especially relationships) very fast as their insecurity is a driving force in their lives. If they deny you freedom, again, it is another sign of their insecurity and that they are afraid that their
    victim will behave in the same manner as they would; Cheat, look for escape or infidelity. They are experts at accusing one of the same traits that they possess. If they are making accusations that are not true, look out! These accusations are a roadmap of their personality traits that you are about to experience. It is unfortunate that most people are brought up to be
    honest and trusting and lack the experience or direct relational experience to identify the Sociopath after a brief meeting. However, to have read the above, traits will become very clear very fast.

    9) Leaving a Sociopath can be the worst experience of all. Many times they are so resentful of their rejection that they will muster a vengeful attack to the very things that one loves and/or owns. Remember that they have virtually no remorse for anything that they do. They believe that you should be punished for their rejection no matter what is done to one's family,
    children, finances, or health. If one is lucky, the Sociopath will leave without a word (also a way to punish you - to make you feel like a punished child) and leave one emotionally drained. Although the departure can be shockingly painful, one has the opportunity to rebuild without more damage to his/her life. The coldness of the departure is one's big red flag that
    there never was any concern for those person's feelings.

    10) Lastly, one can never change a Sociopath. DO NOT TRY~!! Care, love, attention, communication, and money. These are the things that sociopath have no true respect for or do not understand. Therefore, they will drain the victim until there is no more money, challenge, thrill or ego to satisfy. These people are control freaks. Let go of the desire to help these lost
    people before they control you out of your life!

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    • #3
      I was a victim too!

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      • #4
        Just a note: I am not the author of the original writing; I found it on the web and posted it here; i think its great

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        • #5
          Michael...

          your info was great ... could you please give me websource ... if there is more to read.... Thanks a lot...Pasha

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