I was in love with someone that I believe is a narcissist, which I guess is close. Could be that he is a borderline sociopath. <br />
Basically, he charmed me, and I felt that he was wonderful. Then he started with subtle little jabs at my sex, my belief system, etc. Then the jabs got stronger, and he made me a little disoriented. Then he started acting more aggressive and accusing me of doing and thinking things that I didn't. Before long, he started being more cruel and more cold and leaving me more confused by it all. Finally, it got to be too much and I got angry...which sort of saved me because I saw him for what he was. Someone who lacked empathy and couldn't see beyond his own issues. Narcissists tend to charm, disarm, and then use, confuse, abuse, and discard people. They are very like sociopaths, I think. <br />
I got hurt. I loved him very deeply, and realizing what he was broke my heart. <br />
Tell your friend to run.

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Vessa,<br /><br />
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I guess he's starting out slow. He lives in her home, makes her pay rent, all utilities, and oh, expects her to cook dinner and great him at the door when he gets home. He wants a traditional girl but he's not a traditional guy. She makes enough money to barely cover everything but he has never even told her how much he makes. He claims it's because he's been taken advantage of, I only see her being taken advantage of.<br /><br />
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Irene

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I have known one - she murdered a woman who got in the way of her sordid little affair. I know a few other people with sociopathic tendancies & I will just say this: if your friend even suspects that her boyfriend may be a Sociopath she should run, not walk, away from the situation and basically go into hiding until the jerk does something stupid enough to get himself arrested.<br />
If she has some kind of evidence that she can go to the Police for some kind of documentation of his behaviour, so much the better.

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Pixie,<br /><br />
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He's kinda shown his true colors but he uses manipulation and passive agressiveness to get his needs met. She's getting a little frustrated with him. He hasn't done anything yet that is alarming.....but I heard someone tell me it's like a frog in boiling water, you never feel the temperature rise until you are cooked.<br /><br />
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Irene

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Google a test inline for one.

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24,<br /><br />
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I'll tell my friend that. Thanks.<br /><br />
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Irene

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