I've been wanting to start this blog for a while now. There really isn't much positive information out there for sociopaths and those who love them. I figured that a blog written by a sociopath who is living a normal life (and not in prison) might help improve people's misconceptions and fears about us. So I drafted a rant and asked my webmaster read it. She thought the rant wouldn't make sense for the uninitiated, and suggested I write my first blog entry as a narrative instead. She thought it would best if I could take an everyday situation and show how I deal with it differently than empaths (normal people) do. But I couldn't figure out what to write about.
Me: "Should I write about the time I stole my friend's journal to read what she thought of me?" I asked.
Webmaster: "No, even normal people might do that."
Me: "How about the time I purposefully set up a sadistic love triangle to torture the other two points of the triangle?"
Webmaster: "That's a good story, they're both good stories, but you need something more normal at first."
Me: "Hard for me to know what is normal and what is not since I have never been anything other than what I am."
Then I asked my closest friend, Shea. Shea comes from a long line of linguists and she is able to learn almost any emotional language, including sociopath. She understands me better than I understand myself.
Me: "Shea, I'm writing a pro-sociopath autobiographical blog. My webmaster thinks for the first entry I should write about how I handle an everyday situation differently than normal people do. Fifty bucks for each example you come up with."
Shea: "How about the fact that you just offered your closest friend fifty dollars to do something that she would readily do for you for free."
Me: "Ha, that's a good one."
So I guess that is my narrative.