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Cleaveland Cleaveland 22-25, M 9 Answers Oct 21, 2013 in Personality Disorder

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Where ever did you get that silly idea. There is no known cure or treatment. They can never be trusted.

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But how would you know? The good ones never admit defeat or get caught.

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By the time a sociopath finally gets diagnosed, he or she has usually done some serious damage to others.

A fairly typical characteristic of a sociopath is the capacity to be charming when motivated.



In reality, all of us have the capacity to be somewhat sociopathic on occasion, or even to go through one or more dark phases in the course of a lifetime. Most of us manage to either repress, suppress or limit these negative impulses. It is only if or when we give these impulses expression in words and actions that bad habits and personality disorders and breakdown can begin to form.



Personally, I do prefer to steer clear of sociopaths. They might seem charming at first, but charm is like the desert, "Bomb Alaska" -- warm and beautiful on the outside: cold as ice within.

If observant, one need not wait for the professional's diagnosis. The warning signs show themselves clearly.



There are many, many people in the world... so why not choose to relate to the ones with whom the experience is wholesome, with whom empathy and love can grow?

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Yeah nice when they want something from you, otherwise you mean nothing to them.

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Because they destroy people's lives and don't care that they do.

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So when were you diagnosed?

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People being used in the loosest of terms,they have none of the genuine emotions that people have the only thing they have in common with others is being human.

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Says who?

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Says me, and I would never lie. :3

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