Monday, October 20, 2008

Why I like being a sociopath

There are a lot of reasons why it is frustrating and very lonely to be a sociopath, but there are good parts, too. My favorite part about being a sociopath is the mind games. For the past several years I have been domesticated: trying to stay on the up and up, trying not only to pass but to do the "right thing." But I still love *love* to indulge in a brilliant mind game every once in a while. There is something so oddly satisfying in seeing someone giving up their volition to you. I'm especially proud of my most recent conquest, particularly since it involves vindication.

The worst thing you can do as a sociopath is fall asleep on the job. This happened to me last summer at work. There was an intern who was energetic and naive. I thought nothing of my interactions with intern until I learned that intern was having a steamy affair with an opposite sex member of the staff, even though intern professed to be gay and in a relationship. I was intrigued, but more than that, my ego was hurt that I had not recognized intern for being a con-artist. I started wondering to what extent I had already been conned. I tried to set my own traps, but ended up always losing--including losing very badly in a poker game one memorable night.

Flash forward to the present: intern back, sociopath in action. This time I put intern on the defensive right away: thrust parry, hidden insults, criticisms disguised as well meaning advice, flattery, insinuations, retreat. I know how to breed dis-ease. I keep at this for weeks until finally I get an unexpected and so-satisfying consequence: the intern confesses to being in a secret relationship with another co-worker. Applause applause. But the best moment was when instead of giving her a smug face of satisfaction (beginner's mistake), I showed shock with just a hint of scandalization and embarrassment, which of course made the intern even more embarrassed and nonplussed. Seeing the look on intern's face when the realization hit that the secret had been unnecessarily disclosed? Priceless. And I still have the info about the previous affair! Which means I will continue to reap what I have sown here.

It was a good day to be a sociopath.

93 comments:

  1. Hi,

    Thanks a lot, really, a-lot for this blog. I have been searching for sociopathy and all I can find is emotion-loaded-"victim"-cry-outs. I am what you call an uber-empath (someone who both has sociopath's abilities and a conscience)and have been dealing with two sociopaths for the past 6-7 years, well, let's say gaming... I have specific questions I want to ask you through emailing if that's fine with you. I can answer yours if you have anything to ask: mercyseatismine@gmail.com

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    1. I can relate to that Anon 11:50. As an INFJ I can be very secretive, and exceptionally good at lying and manipulating, but I rarely chose to use those skills except that I sort of guide people down paths that I think will be best for them.

      My moral compass is... quirky... I sometimes see nothing wrong with actions that would shock and horrify people. Having said that, I am hyper-aware of the effects my actions have on others, and the thought of harming or upsetting others leaves me feeling emotionally gutted - definitely no sociopath.

      I grew up feeling like an alien living among humans; as if my consciousness was fundamentally very different from that of other people, yet I couldn't really articulate why.

      In my early teens I had a phase where I played a lot of mind games, but not anymore. Though my deceptive traits sometimes still come out in my humour, I have been known to pull spectacular wind ups - telling the most unbelievable stories with a straight face; I control my body language so skillfully that I can convince people of unbelievably stupid things.

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    2. hi i have allot of sociopathic traits, i have not been diagnosed because i feel concrete evidence will hardwire my mind into not being able to change and/or causing me large amounts of stress as reading victim blogs of sociopaths makes me feel like id be the most hated person in the world, by the way, during love scenes in movies i feel strong emotions sometimes, and desire deep connections that the characters exhibit does this mean im not a sociopath?

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    3. If you don't want to be a sociopath, don't worry--you're not.

      If you know you're a sociopath, you'll love every minute of it.

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    4. Agreed I've embraced. It and it excites. And arouses me

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  2. I think the best thing about being a sociopath is the incredible empowerment you feel when you manage to get people to do things they would never do naturally on your behalf. When you get people to lay aside their own heartfelt beliefs in order to placate you. It really is sort of like a super power, being able to subtly play people like an instrument and observing as they try to reconcile their actions with their beliefs without realizing just how easy they are to manipulate. Cuter still is when they blame themselves for these lapses of judgment and begin to depend on you to redefine their beliefs. Or, that is, the best part of being a sociopath is being able to get people to voluntarily submit themselves to your every whim. There really is nothing more amusing or exciting or fun than turning a smart, beautiful, resourceful person into a personal plaything.

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  3. Surely if, as a sociopath, you are that smart, you would have better things to do than sit around all day thinking about how to manipulate people. Doesn't all that personal freedom just liberate you from such pedestrian concerns?

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    1. Not necessarily. It is more of a way to per-say, "fine tune" our alignment with society that we also know is an impossible place to reach. This is more along the lines of recess in the schoolyard. While we are very well attuned to our desires and higher capabilities/agendas, we also very much enjoy sharpening our skills in our spare time.

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  4. I think my favorite part of sociopath-ism is the fact that i dont care about the peoples feelings as i hurt them i just love to see the reactions and to see how far i can push them before they do something drastic. I had an experience once with a girl that i had so infatuated with me that when i grew bored and moved on she tried to murder the new toy i had picked up. It was funny in that sick way that tears make a great lube.

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    1. You know Patrick, the problem with internet sociopaths is that they find joy in what they do. It is very hard to hide joy. It's like an orgasm without expression, it's almost impossible. It's not the clinical sociopaths that are dangerous, you'll always be on the bottom rung of the ladder because you are so transparent through your enjoyment. You should take care, the real ones hate that they are who they are. We feel weakened by our desire, not empowered. We cannot control it. It's only calculated because that is the nature of it, not the creation of it.

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    2. Well said very true

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  5. This is pretty much the worst account of sociopathy I have ever seen. None of you idiots are sociopaths, you're just morons who think being empty is cool, just like 95% of the other idiots around there. Note to self: Next time you realize how empty you are, Google is not your friend. Jesus, get a life you losers.

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    1. Do yourself a favor, get off your high horse

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    2. If we don't have lives, then why are you wasting your free time on this site? Looks like you don't have a life either. I find that very funny! This might be one of the dumbest things I've seen anyone say. Looks like someone fell of the dumbass truck!

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  6. When I realised that I could never love, could never empathize with others to understand what they felt at a given moment, and had a strictly limited capacity for sympathy, that helped reinforced my waning faith in God. Without Him, what might I have done? Sin caused this blight on our mortal lives, but Jesus died for our souls. Grab onto that lifeline. The loneliness we feel is only a very tiny piece of the hell that I we would be experience but for God's grace. I am no zealot, only a man honest enough with himself to feel crushed beneath a mountain of guilt. Repent and accept his forgiveness.

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    1. Wow, you're fucking right!! I should go praise 1 and a half fictional characters and suddenly my "disorder" will be "fixed". You say you could never love or empathize with others and had a strictly limited capacity for sympathy but then talk about a mountain of guilt...wait, did you say guilt or stupidity? I couldn't really tell because your idiocy was showing, much more clearly than the point you were trying to make. Little did you know, God actually moonlights as a male prostitute. True story, that's why he projects so much hate on faggots. I'm either impressed or depressed by your comment because I honestly can't tell if you're trolling or just really fucking stupid but either way I figure you'll get a kick out of this. Remember, kids! God loves you..and so does your neighborhood priest. :)

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  7. @Godanon:
    Jesus died for my soul? ... why do I not care? What might you have done? Why would you care?

    I don't think you're a sociopath, because sociopaths are very often protected from these so called "mountains of guilt". That's kinda the punchline of being a sociopath; no (or extremely little) guilt. If you felt these things, you might not be a socio.

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  8. I too am a sociopath, but one without an intentional and/or devious agenda. I like molding people's minds to many effects including, but not limited to feeling "safe" in revealing their most deepest secrets, feeling like I understand what they're going through, inspiring them to truly take stock in their beliefs (no matter how absurd or shallow), etc... but always to my own amusement or for possible leverage over them. It is a fun game playing with puppets, especially when your hand isn't literally controlling them like a sock puppet. Still though, I don't like making people hurt themselves or others unnecessarily, unless it benefits me. Again, I don't have an actual agenda when manipulating people, but on some subconscious level, I know what I'm doing even though I'm not exactly sure WHY until a situation presents itself where I can use what I've gleaned off of any individual. I love challenges including people that nobody seems to get along with. I seemingly befriend them, get them to confide in me, and then if necessary use it to my advantage if they cross me. Dance puppets, dance!

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  9. Unghhh, now we have the religious aspect creeping in. If we could get a Buddhist, a Rabbi, and a Muslim to give their opinions, it'd be mildly amusing (at best) to see all of your little posts. Do me a favor and pray to your god(s) that I don't talk yet another person into doing something they wouldn't normally do just for my own amusement. If I feel the touch of your god, I'll post it, I swear. Meanwhile, I'm going to make your kind a special project of mine. Just for kicks.

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  10. @Sandeep 8:14 PM

    Nice name....speaking of losers.

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  11. I have dated two sociopath men in my life. I miss both of them. Can anyone tell me how to attract another? They both took away my bordom and made me feel alive. They where also what I call eyecandy. I've found alot of stories and articals about how to stay away or get away from a sociopath, but none on how to attract one. Is being a sociopath all that bad? Is being attracted to a sociopath all that bad?

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    1. Got a name, baby?

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    2. Anon 10:19... are you sure you want to date sociopaths? You do realise that they would never have feelings for you, and exciting though they may be, the "relationship" will mainly consist of them manipulating you for their amusement, or using you for something.

      To my knowledge, I've only met one sociopath in real life. He was engaged to marry a close friend of mine, but he lost interest in her and discarded that relationship very casually, which devastated her. He also raped her.

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    3. Unless he's a serial killer, no.
      However, unless you are intellectually stimulating enough, a sociopath will use you for cheap, legal sex. But as long as you're an enjoyable challenge to manipulate and whatever stimulus he's getting is worth it, he will pretend to love you.

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  12. dude, being a sociopath its the best thing ever. You dont care what people think at all, you cant get hurt :D. I bet there are a lot of guys who would like to become sociopaths, but they just cant!.

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    1. You're not a sociopath, you're just a bored kid who thinks being empty is 'cool'. Being a sociopath isn't a fucking trend.

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    2. Anonymous Oct 20, 2012
      Re: "you cant get hurt :D"

      "prick us, do we not bleed?"..a blade will hurt you just fine.

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    3. Yea that was pretty fuckin stupid just because we're sociopaths don't mean we don't feel pain...rage...HURT...most times it's those emotions that drive us to hurt and make people look stupid through manipulation if your not a sociopath don't wish it on yourself it's a lonely life despite what all these fucking idiots are telling u

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    4. If you think that being a sociopath is the greatest, you're as deluded as hell. But since you love sociopathy, then be prepared for lots of folks to stomp on your ass for the evil dickhead you are. If I see that happen to you, I'd laugh at your damn pain.

      Now, to reply to these folks who are replied to you:

      1. at the Anonymous who posted on October 20, 2012 at 9:25 AM:

      "You're right that being a sociopath isn't a fuckin' trend. But even though I'm not into trends, I'd never recommend sociopathy to be one of them."

      2. at the Anonymous who posted here on August 27, 2014 at 10:04 AM:

      "You bet that I blade would hurt him. It's what he or she (most likely, he) deserves for being a sociopath."

      3. at the Anonymous who posted on December 15, 2014 at 8:11 PM:

      "You're just as bad as the guy who claimed that being a sociopath is the best. I hope that many other folks blow the shit out of your ass for being a big fat bastard."

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  13. Stupidest shit Ive ever wasted my time reading...

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    1. You got that right. But then again, sociopaths are full of stupid shit.

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    2. Anon21/16. It is a wall to deal with. I try to have empathy suppose when someone dies. I mean it but do not feel it. I'd rather know if American horror story taped. I suppose it's a limited or selfish attention span. I've lied without recoord. Rarely getting tripped up with continuity. Second hand since I was 4-5. For me, ice had eczema all my life. Sometimes I scratch an itch and don't even realize it. It's second hand. A hard habit to break as it is with me and exuding any emotion that's appropriate for the endgame. Anyone out there think it's cool, you are not under the influence. It's just flat out egotism.

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  14. First of all, a real sociopath wouldn't glamorize the idea of being a sociopath, for one simple reason....HE OR SHE WOULDN'T GIVE A SHIT. A real sociopath is truly heartless, but highly egotistical....but usually genius in their own right. Therefore, they wouldn't spend the time blogging about how great it is to be a sociopath, because they have no corresponding emotion tied to it....you people are fucking stupid and apparently too bored with you real life, so you have to pretend that you don't feel, because maybe you can't handle how you feel.

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    1. umm hate to tell you, but there is no real 'typical' profile of a sociopath. There are many variants and have different attributes on different levels. They may also be completely void of certain characteristics altogether. For example, I've been diagnosed a sociopath, but also have horrible social paranoia, and as a result anxiety. Often, sociopaths are sans anxiety altogether, but I also have avoidant personality disorder, in which I often hate being around, have trouble communicating with, and trouble forming relationships with people. Often, I form superficial relationships and force myself to form relationships, but people usually see me for who I am at some point,or I become to outright with my manipulations. Therefore, I just avoid people or mold myself into exactly who they want for sex, then run away. Or change them to my liking so they will not notice me. Ihate to say it but I desperately yearn for a real friend or lover. I hate being alone but can't bring myself to love anyone enough to stick with them. I'm so alone its sad. But I can see how some people would find joy from it

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  15. I myself have graduated from the simple pleasures of working the minds of people to make them dance. I have been rather amused with my newest game which I prefer to simply and rightfully culling the herd. I look for people that are hating themselves or depressed enough to want to commit suicide, but too weak to do the actual act. Then I simply befriend them or gain their confidence and covince them that suicide is the only answer or ok to do. So far only two people have completed the game, but it was oh so exciting. It is not a crime that would be easy to try me for or prove and I still get to see life slip away.

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    1. This game was it as entertaining as it sounds?

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  16. Interesting...

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  17. I am sure that borderlines do this kind of thing and have the same sense of satisfaction, ME.

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  18. Reading some of the previous comments is both exciting and funny , some are clearly trying to find some form of recognition for their actions and others are clearly frauds. I looked this up because I was told I was a sociopath by an ex girlfriend . Reading the traits and this 'blog' haven't made me feel acceptance , fear or guilt nor a validation of what I do . Its not a unnatural action to feel this way for me , it's the way life should be , emotions are for those with a flawed logic of how life works.

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    1. So why do 75% of SP's end up with a drinking problem? Yes you are tough to deal with for a lot of people but with enough experience (my brother is one) I no longer feel bad about destroying their careers. Granted I don't actively go looking to take them on, it is never a pleasant experience, but their indignant rage when you trump them, well it has been truly satisfying. As for "flawed logic", well feeling love is life's most joyous gift, and you will never experience it

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  19. I am borderline myself, and know for a fact that we are very similar to those who are sociopaths. We all come from the same corner of mental disorders as narcissists and histrionics. All four, are very similar.

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    1. You'll have lots of enemies because of who you are.

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  20. There is a difference between a sociopath and a pyschopath. A psychopath thinks 2+2= 5. A sociopath knows 2+2= 4 but won't admit it. You all need to get your facts straight.

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  21. Dear, M.E.

    Im' not a sociopath and i've used the exact same things toward people in the past. And by "things" i mean several of the tactics that you mentioned, (thrust parry, hidden insults, criticisms disguised as well meaning advice, flattery, insinuations, retreat) to get a suspect to confess things i grew suspicious of. thus my point is do you believe that only sociopaths are able to play mind games as flawless as you make it seem?

    sincerely,
    naive 18 year old.
    ps. i actually think i am a sociopath or autistic

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    1. If you don't want to be a sociopath, don't worry--you're not.

      If you know you're a sociopath, you'll love every minute of it

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    2. plagerizer

      http://www.sociopathworld.com/2008/10/why-i-like-being-sociopath.html?showComment=1366230740313#c2538652213943465985

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    3. "If you know you're a sociopath, you'll love every minute of it"

      That's a big fat lie. Sociopathy won't bring you any real joy. Instead, it will only bring you major harm.

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  22. Hmm id have to say what I like the most about be a socio is having nothing holding me back I could watch people starve to death right in front of me while I have a food fight I dont really feel any emotions so I can do any job asked of me quickley and with out hesitation and when every one starts asking you what they should do about imporant life choices knowing how much control you have over how there life will shape its just... well I couldnt think of a word to describe how great it feels

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    1. You're not a fucking sociopath, you're just dumb. Sociopaths don't give a fuck what they are and wouldn't post to this blog. You just think being mentally unstable sounds cool.

      Stay in school, kid.

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    2. ^ I'm with you, sir or ma'am. But I'm not sure if you're my favorite commenter in this blog.

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  23. What makes me laugh is that some SP's on this blog think you are smarter than everyone else. My brother is a SP, and he leaves me alone these days because whenver he tried to get me it backfires. It took a while to adapt, I admit, but I could almost thank him because I have been able to deal with SP's easier becuase I know there is evil out there (yes evil, admit it) and I know they are often not as smart as they would like to believe

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    1. Not everything is as black and white as you would like to believe.

      While these people are out there and you have to protect yourself from them, they can also have a place in the world. Just look at some of the top CEO's and lawyers.

      With some direction, most of these so call sociopaths make big successes of themselves.

      Just think for a minute, is it easier to cause pain and get away with it or easier to gain from a situation while causing gain for both parties...just more gain for yourself. If an SP lives by this mantra which many do, is there not a possibility for them to make a success of themselves like so many others have done before them?

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  24. I had a two year relationship with one. He mistook my silence for ignorance, my calmness for acceptance and my kindness for weakness. The more he lied and cheated the more I despised him and the more determined I was to find our the WHOLE truth. Plus I liked his friends and I liked doing all the exciting stuff we did together plus the sex was great. The longer the game went on the better I got at it and he had NO IDEA! Haha! His fury when he realised he had been got the better of was monumental! He still has no idea exactly HOW MUCH I know! After we broke up I took his company to court for money they owed me - and won! LOL! Apparently I have now blown all chances of us (and I quote) "being friends". The bit that astonishes me most (he has no idea what he is) is that he genuinely can't see that by lying to me, cheating on me, treating me like shit he was doing anything wrong and has no comprehension of why I may have been "upset" by his actions! I have to say it did come at a small price - although I began to despise him long ago I am still having a problem moving on from the soul-mate he created for me in order to ensnare me. I still yearn for that person although I know in reality they do not and never did actually exist.

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    1. Not smart. If he is really a sociopath it is not over for him. It won't be until he has established his dominance again. I would know.

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    2. yes if he truly is as oblivious as he sounds he will think nothing of destroying your life. You should have just left and not divulged all that information to him. You should have covered it up and kept your mouth shut. I'm surprised he's so oblivious.. I have always known there was something off about me when other people would cry or be appalled and I wouldn't feel a thing. Surely he has some idea he's different and you are simply more naive then you think you are. He just simply does not care. But seriously good luck! From personal experience, I have traumatized and destroyed the lives of everyone who has done me wrong. It doesn't end, and he truly will not care trust me

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  25. Smart move Anonymous. I can't help but always tell a girl she is my soul mate. It really does solidify my control over her. Why am I telling you this? Because I could care less. What is funny is that you will forever be scarred, just as all my ex gf's. They always slut out after we split. One has moved on to a pathetic excuse of a man who she can totally control. She would never dare date another man she couldnt control. Another is still so lost, jumping from guy to guy, it truly amuses me. Others are still attached, one even tells me she loves me everytime we speak, meanwhile she is in a relationship going on for 3 years now. One did indeed see my true colors, but only because I allowed her too. I wanted her to see me. She was the only one I was curious would actually accept me since I saw she had the same tendancies. Ultimately, we agreed that two of us together would be bad for eachother since we both desire control. It was the most civil break-up I have ever had. I am single at this point. Only because the last girl didn't have a nice pussy. So I never wanted her as a gf. I mostly lock them down because I enjoy the sex. I pray one day to have a male child with a woman of every ethnicity. I will train all of them well. They will be masters of there life just as I am master of my own life. Good day.

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  26. you guys are a bunch of saddo's .get a life jeez.

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  27. I think the best part about being a sociopath is all the sex! Nothing is better then sleeping with all of your coworkers and getting away with it ;)

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    1. You lie like a dog, prick.

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  28. I'm lost. I'm 23 years old, am a barely passing electrical engineering student at UC Irvine. I just got out of jail six months ago because of an incident that led to my friends death. I never thought anything was wrong with me until I realized I had to make myself cry for other people. When my gf of four years who I was engaged with left me. I wasn't sad, I was just angry that I was alone and didn't know how I should act. Jail is full of emotionally bent idiots and their actions that led them there were usually loyalty, devotion or greed. Then I realized, I'm not greedy, loyal, or devote. Did I love my gf? How can I ever know if being what I think I am means I can't. I never cared what people think of me but now I don't even know what to think of myself. Seeing him die made me realize all of this....I miss his conversations but everyone around me was talking about this light he brought about with him. Am I blind to such light...I feel like I'm missing out of real pleasure in life. idc about money. sex is something that would get me up in the morning(pun intended)but so will a conversation with a stranger over some coffee. I want company, I hate to be alone.

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    1. DEAR: Name: March 4- 1:51

      I would really like to talk with you, send me an email. SP as headline. dl.piper@hotmail.com

      Very similar story

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    2. hey i really need someone to talk to i have allot of sociopathic tenancies and to be honest i only discovered this whole world of people who seem to have lead identical lives to me and have the same thoughts and perspectives.

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    3. Your friend passed torch to you and others expect you to be him, enjoy being light in other people life - it's rather exhausting so no wonder he decided to rest for a while.
      If you are confused, no problems, it will come to you.

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  30. I always heard that if you are asking the question: "am I a sociopath?" then you're not. A sociopath wouldn't care if they are, or are not a sociopath.

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    1. that is simply not true. There are different levels and not all sociopaths have all of the tendencies. Also there could've been other underlying conditions as well. For example,I have sociopathic disorder but also have anxiety from a social paranoia disorder called avoidant personality or something like that.

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  31. A world full of wannabe sociapaths. Very amusing.

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    1. Plenty of people have sociopathic tendencies without actually being sociopaths; some can relate to sociopaths because they've spent a great deal of time in the company of sociopaths. In fact, modern western society encourages many sociopathic features, such as isolation, the "one-man island" mentality and so forth. It's not surprising so many people can see themselves in a sociopathic light.

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  32. You can play mind games without being a sociopath. The only advantage you gain by being a sociopath is the ability to disregard other people's emotional responses as you play those mind games. on the one hand, that might seem convenient; on the other, you perpetuate your own loneliness.

    And it's terribly lonely to be a sociopath, isn't it. If you sat and looked inwardly (which I recognize is frightening and consequently extremely tough), it would be like looking into an endless, spiraling, black abyss of unimaginable pain. That's the reason why so few sociopaths ever recover from their sociopathic tendencies, open up, and disable their very tough, very thick defense mechanisms.

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  33. Hm..... I wonder if I'm a sociopath. It seems interesting enough. I'm crude manipulative and cold but I'm not sure if I'm completely sociopathic as I don't display all qualities. Is there a milder form of this I ought to be aware of?

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    1. Being one will only earn you lots of enemies.

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  34. wow. WOW. Ok. The guy up there who dissected all his ex's was spot on. One s/path and a controlling gf can never make it in the long run. Both want control. I never looked at it that way...but it's so true? There's respect to be had because the s/path actually manage to teach a life lasting valuable lesson.

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    1. Are you out of your mind?! Sociopaths don't teach any real lessons. Instead, they teach you how to be bad like them.

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  35. something else I realize : you inevitably start developping such traits for yourself, even as an empath, if you were damaged by a s/path. There's no going back to fluffy bunny land. I might even inflict the same shit upon others........ Which I was doing already before, but always subconsciously. Now I've turned cold and calculated. I am still in contact with s/path. We are CIVIL. Can anyone explain to me why a former s/path "soulmate" would stick around after the mask has slipped?

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    1. You sound like my ex gf.

      People are drawn to SP's and can't simply let go and while that lifeline is there, the SP won't let go either as there is further opportunity.

      This may be veiled as trying to help as the SP may have hurt the person. The SP may even fool himself into thinking he is helping and may be helping. It will however be in his own interest in some way, even if something trivial like being able to build up something he broke down. This will give pleasure as it will make him feel more power.

      I don't have any advice for you, but given the above advice, you may already know what to do. Given your experience with said SP, you would be able to best judge the required action as each person (SP) is unique and violence may be present or not. Your action will have to vary depending on the amount of danger may or may not be present.

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  36. If you love being a sociopath, then be prepared to have many people gang up on you and beat the crap out of you.

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    1. I send my greetings to the mindless crowd and their twisted, rotten group identity! Lots of love! :*

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    2. ^ How ironic that you call them rotten, twisted, and mindless when you come off as being those terms.

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  37. I was just diagnosed as a SP I've been searching the Internet trying to figure what I am who I am and how to use it I've read articles calling it a super power that alow you to take over people's minds some articles called it a curse and made it seem wicked like a curse smh all I know is I can't control my emotions I can't stop myself from manipulating others and whenever I try not to do it my mind just manipulates itself into doing it anyway I hurt people and I can't care I can't love my girlfriend my son like I should and some of y'all get on here bragging like this shit is a fucking game smh it's not man those of us who REALLY have this disorder FO NOT WANT IT and you should be careful what you wish for

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  38. There is no such a thing as a sociopath, psychopath or whatever. They are just labels.
    It's just a scam, an attempt to define something that isn't understood, and since it's not understood phenomena - it breeds fear, hence the inclination to categorize and define it.
    Avoid being labeled as such (or anything else), since it will eventually lead to taking blame for someone's else bullshit.
    Heck, in this world, a normal person is considered to be a brainwashed consumer slaving at his work from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM till the day he dies.
    Regards,
    ...

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  39. i love that i can make myself feel a certain emotion without actually feeling it. it's like being a real life actor, acting sincere when not at all, but if i get into it, i can be super sincere. i love how some people think i can be predictable when i've just set a long a spider web of what i want people to think of me so that really i can pay attention to them and their ways. but i've noticed, in the end something comes along and rips that spider web apart and these people get free. all it takes is one slip up. but even though that has happened, i start working my web again, sooner or later something is gonna come along and get stuck in it. but yeah the worst you can do as a sociopath, is take a nap while playing this game that we're so infatuated with.

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    1. As long as you're a true anti-sociopath, I support you for spamming this blog.

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    1. I congratulate you for spamming this blog. That's what its maker gets for being someone who likes being a sociopath, which doesn't deserve to be liked at all.

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  42. Most males are sociopaths, in varying degrees. Women are able to be, but have been conditioned by society to be emotional, needy and insecure. With self awareness, we can change and beat men at their own game.

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    1. Aren't you full of BS?

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    1. You have my support, fellow sociopath hater.

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  44. More people need to be on http://sociopath-community.com/

    !!! it used to be connected to this blog but was disconnected over a year ago. We need fresh blood and lots of interesting things have happened recently (relates to kiwifar.ms drama: https://archive.is/M2tXa) that will go down in the forum's history! Be sure to check out http://www.psychforums.com/antisocial-personality/ too, as some of its regulars are regulars on SC too!

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    1. You wish! That's website's downright hypocritical in that it supports sociopathy but not spam. But then again, sociopaths are hypocrites.

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