Friday, August 24, 2012

Sociopath 12 step program

Pretty funny:
1. We admit that we are powerless over our character flaw - that our lives have become unmanageable -- we like it that way.

2. We have come to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity -- but we don't care.

3. We have made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God or Society, as we understand Him/Her/Them -- if we trusted them more than we trusted our own judgement and responsibility.

4. We have made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves -- and have found nothing wrong.

5. We have admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being(?) the exact nature of our wrongs -- perfection.

6. We are entirely ready to have God remove all of these defects of character -- (assuming he put them there in the first place?)

7. We humbly [sic] ask Him to remove our shortcomings -- easy job, since there are few.

8. We have made a list of all persons we have harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all -- by getting out of their lives.

9. We will make direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others -- (see number 8)

10. We will continue to take personal inventory and when we are wrong promptly admit it -- however, other people will surely take on this responsiblity for us.

11. We have sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understand Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out -- daddy replacement?

12. Having had this spiritual awakening as a result of these Steps, we will carry this message to other Sociopaths, and to practice these principles in all our affairs. (see also sex addicts anonymous)

77 comments:

  1. Step 13: revel in faking it all

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  2. Is this supposed to be something like the steps of grief?
    I've either gone through all of these or am currently. I've often wondered if I count as a sociopath because I care about right and wrong so much. It, obviously, isn't emotion-driven, it's just what I do. I'm always surprised when I care more than empaths.
    Somewhere, you said that it almost made more sense for sociopaths to be religious, because we take so much for fact based on trust alone (like emotion). There's a lot of talk about God in here.

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    1. The steps of grief are denial, fear, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Here, M.E has adopted the twelve step program utilized by the AA and NA programs to demonstrate his or her belief that AsPD is an innate condition rather than a conscious choice made by individuals. Much like the AA and NA programs tell their members that addiction is an illness (which it is) that can be remedied with a commitment to a higher power (which is debatable, though to its credit it is currently the most acceptable program of treatment for addicts).

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    2. is it part of black and white thinking to be ver aware of right and wrong?

      Do you like that aspect of your personality? do ypu ever feel too self righteous?

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  3. This is without a doubt, the best post I've ever seen from M.E

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    1. Thank you, I appreciate it.

      Love, M.E

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    2. Yeah... Love it. Hilarious and thought-provoking.

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  4. What the fuck is this shit?

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  5. Aaamen M.E.
    You've almost inspired me to break out my rosary beads

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  6. M.E. Do you really call this spiritual awakening? It confirms the fact that sociopaths are truly lazy.

    This does not apply to you M.E.

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    1. ^My apologies, M.E., reread where you found it funny!

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  7. ^This reminds me of world's greatest sin as told by Scott Peck in his book "The Road Less Traveled." He states that "laziness is the universal sin."

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  8. thank you for this podt ive brrn searching for the answer in a bottle

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    1. finnaly i hav a guideline to get me and my Wifes life back on trap

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    2. thisweeb site mite be da besst thing to happen to us

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  9. Wow, so no one else here has had to sit through alcoholics anonymous because a judge could not think of what else to do to them?

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    1. Ha! Excellent work there. Particularly as many sociopaths, after committing crimes whilst under the influence of DoA, are actually diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder prior to being diagnosed with AsPD.

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  10. The sociopaths have an advantage over empaths. Maybe this one thing I am going to say is why I have such a fascination with SW and a desire to be a part of it.
    The sociopath can face evil in himself. Hence, he can face it in others. Hence, he is at an extreme advantage when dealing with other people.
    I see all this from the Mal Narc woman who has been dogging me for 3 years. I never did anything to her but outshine her. I have a personality and likeability she could never get. For this, she wants to destroy me.

    However, that is the smaller story, as there will always be Mal Narcs. It is how one deals with them that is the larger issue.
    She has batted me around for 3 years because I would not face evil. I, simply, would not look at it, so I ascribed better motives to her.

    It all comes down to my mother's molestation of me. I can't face the evil.
    Hence, I can never extricate myself from evil people in my current life.

    I, finally, dealt this woman a mortal wound to the head. She is not going to eff with me any time, soon. In doing so, I learned the lesson of my mother.


    Thanks for allowing me a place to talk.

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    1. Tips on how to remove stains in the forum. Just saying.

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    2. What kinds of stains are you inferring I have~

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    3. Monica

      Your so strong and humble, too.

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    4. so narcs are the bad guys and sociopaths are the enligthening angels?

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    5. NO
      Who said that?

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  12. "Pretty funny"

    Yes. Yes it is. #3 cracked me up! ROFLMAO!

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  13. Went to see the movie 2016. Everyone, should see it before voting.

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  14. How is everyone tonight?

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    1. #8 seems like it doesn't fit somehow... like you will get out of the life of someone that benefits you because you bother or hurt them

      how thoughtful of you... sounds like BS!

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  15. "You cant compete in a revenge match with someone who has no conscience. Sociopaths dont care if you are "onto him" because you are nothing"

    I saw this in the twitter feed (I had actually noticed it because above it was something I had written a week or two ago and I though, wtf, lol) and I wanted to remark that this is not totally true.

    You can get revenge but not in the rub it your face way. You do that and you can definitely get hurt. But, if you are willing to exp rev. in a personal way, without anyone, including the S knowing, you can definfitely do that. I don't recommened it as a way of behavior, but S are very self confident to a fault imo. The way to get them is to do it without them ever knowing. It will be a private victory, one that will include some personal pain, as usually there is "love" involved. But, sure, anyone, including sociopaths, can have vengeance vistited upon them.

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    1. I should say "one that may include some personal pain".

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    2. aw, aspie, I've been reading you on here and you sound so cute.

      I'd say that I disagree with the quote because it seems to imply that a sociopath would never have consequences if someone is onto them... and they can depending on the situation.
      or that they dont care about any consequences but that sounds stupid. well, they both do.

      -wicked

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  16. Hhhhmmmmmmm. I'm a sociopath and I'm completely athiest.

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    1. ?
      that's just about the hottest thing I've ever read in my life.
      -Wicked Lovely

      rofl.

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  17. "You cant compete in a revenge match with someone who has no conscience. Sociopaths dont care if you are "onto him" because you are nothing"

    utter bullshit, why would they go through hell to get someone that wronged them if that were the case?

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  18. Has anyone else noticed how the times next to posts are filthy lies?

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    1. yes, but that seems to be the way it is on the internet

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    1. Just wondering but why is an aspie on a sociopath forum?

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    2. This is a sociopath blog. Why not?

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    3. Are you in any way similar to sheldon cooper on 'The Big Bang Theory?'

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    4. that's a tv show that sells advertising... an exaggeration... but no, he is not really thorough enough

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    5. Is a cunt...now what?

      Go away!

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    6. no, you will listen to me, you will be called a silly trick

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  20. Yeah I guess facebook, twiter and other sites are no better.

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    1. you have to watch out for the reply things or else you will be posting new things meant for specific things etc

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  21. heard this the other day:

    Somebody

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  22. Oh. Idk why but everytime I see or hear aspergers I think of him. When it comes to stuff like that I'm pretty clueless.

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    1. Crap. I keep accidently doing this.

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    2. Yeah, that's why it sucks.

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    3. how have you come across hearing about aspergers? personal exp ?

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    4. i meant that in the sense of did you know someone with it...how do you know you are a sociopath?

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    5. I have an aunt with aspergers. And yeah I was diagnosed by my therapist.

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  23. Paranoid 38%
    Schizoid 70%
    Schizotypal 42%
    Antisocial 78%
    Borderline 18%
    Histrionic 46%
    Narcissistic 90%
    Avoidant 10%
    Dependent 26%
    Obsessive-Compulsive 10%

    who am I?

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