We all have to face the feeling of betrayal at some point in our lives whether it's that close friend that let you down, that promotion you were passed over for or that guy who cheated on you. But if you discover that you've been engaged in a relationship with a sociopath, chances are you'll never see it coming and you won't know you've been had until you're left high and dry. Sociopaths are master con artists and if you've had a relationship with one it's like crossing paths with a destructive typhoon that leaves you feeling crushed, angry and bewildered. The deception often runs very deep and you'll never really be able to fully untangle or even understand the web of lies they weave and the destruction they leave in their wake. When I met my ex-sociopath he was in the midst of a promotion to head a number of advertising agencies, a role that made him the gatekeeper of power in his world and he loved every minute. Sociopaths often do have very high-level jobs and thrive in cut-throat environments.
Trust after dating a sociopath
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Next step: Verify your email address. Please check your inbox and spam folder! At first, your ex was a dream. They came on strong with seduction tactics, showering you with praise and wanting to know everything about you. But then came the manipulation: Maybe they started giving you the silent treatment, blaming you for everything that went wrong in the relationship, or bringing other people into the picture to spark jealousy.
Recovering from a Relationship with a Sociopath
Sociopaths can wreak havoc in the lives of other people. They lack empathy and have no moral compunction in doing whatever is in their own interests. Because they feel no obligation to anyone else, their relationships are generally dysfunctional since they tend to protect their own interests at the cost of cooperative relationships. Recovery from a relationship with a sociopath is not easy but the good news is that the vast majority of us get there in the end.
I have already written how at the end of the relationship with the sociopath you go through. It can be difficult when you are in initial stages of break up. The pain can feel overwhelming. A question that is often asked, is how long is this going to last for?