My friend and I always joke that we only date sociopaths also known as: The bright side of our misfortune is that over the years we have recognized some red flags that may help others avoid the tumultuous and ultimately impossible relationship that is dating a soce. Anyway, I am not a mental health professional. If you genuinely think that you or someone you know is a soce you should probably go speak to someone about that ASAP. The following is a non-scientific , purely speculative guide as to whether you are dating a soce-like dude and should set that hawk free. An undercover soce-with-the-most thrives at the swooning process.
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10 Signs You’re Dating a Sociopath
Now, imagine dating someone whose brain is wired to see people as chess pieces and life as a game. After all, sociopaths can seem exciting, come off as deliciously deviant, and make great co-conspirators example: Plus, master manipulators are good at hiding their tracks. A female sociopath is more likely to keep directing the conversation back to a new acquaintance as much as possible.
Many people use the word 'sociopath' flippantly to describe people they dislike, but few understand what the term really means. In actual fact, most 'sociopaths' have a form of antisocial personality disorder APD and as a result have zero disregard for what is right and wrong and rarely care about the feelings of others. Research has found that one in every 25 people has the traits of a sociopath so it's entirely possible that you could be dating one and have no idea - especially as they are often charming and highly charismatic. According Harvard psychologist Martha Stout sociopaths aren't all that uncommon with one in every 25 having this type of personality disorder stock image. Psychology Today via Mayo Clinic.