Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Socially inept

A sociopathic reader sent this as good advice for sociopath leaning individuals who may not always be great at picking up on social cues.


26 comments:

  1. Hahaha. Psychopaths are amazing at socializing you idiot. They are better than most. What's ironic is the fact that you have a blog called sociopathworld but don't know the first thing about sociopaths.

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    1. Are you a sociopath?

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    2. I dunno, I mean theyre not all the same. There's some commonality, but then some differences too. There was this one I really liked on another site. She described herself as a sociopath with high narc traits. I really liked her. We had a lot in common. Then one day she got all mean. It huwt my feewing : / I hate when people with personality disorders start playing the dominance game with me. I jus cut em loose. Its jus how it has to be.

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    3. Lol the person who made this blog is a sociopathic lawyer. She wrote a book too, you’re just a dumb one so you cant get that theres a pretty deep psychological understanding of us, we’re not always good at picking up on hints. Unless we’re ignorning them on purpose to make people uncomfortable.

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    4. Whats better is when you beat them at the dominance game lol it mostly works on stupid ones like this guy, the smart ones wont give themselves away that easily like this dummy

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    5. Butt, you remind me of the annoying orange

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  3. I've heard of malignant narcissism, maybe malignant autism is also a thing lol.

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  4. never had an issue picking up on social cues...I do get awkward when people cry because I feel like I should hug them as others do but don't really want to haha..

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  5. This isn't sociopath world, its fucking faggots who want to be cool so they call themselves sociopath land. Look at the cute little 'sociopaths'sharing their feelings!! HAHAHA... I'd cut any one of your heads off before you got to the world 'path' you all come across as ultimate weeklings in search of an identity. Ooh I have an idea, lets all get together for a sociopath pot-luck where we can get to know each other and share recipes!!

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    1. "I'd cut any one of your heads off before you got to the world 'path'"
      Even though I would agree that this post was kind of odd, and I doubt the majority of people here have aspd, the way you write is cringeworthy. It makes you sound like the identity seeking people you are describing.Tone down the edginess if you dont want to sound retarded. I'm sure there are other ways to sound spontaneous if that's what you wanted.

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    2. Except for Butt, I don't think anyone else was claiming to be a sociopath were they? Well except for the author of course

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    3. I love how all these authorities drop their various versions of sociopathy. Look, personally I like being socio. I tried my whole damned life to fit some alien parameter that always ended with me putting myself out there because I wanted so badly to be 'good'. Ultimately I found my every action was entirely self absorbed to the point that once exposed was so alienating that my whole family more or less disowned me. No one should want this at all. It's horrible. But. I'll say this, in my infinite self absorption... I think we are far far faaaaar superior. We get to shut it off. Humanity. Additionally, I think this is really quite romantic in a masochistic sense, we get to see the real humanity, the reality of the human condition, and if we so chose to exist in their games act as gods. Lol.

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    4. Anyone who has to put themselves up on such a pedestal is just a douche with territorial display issues. Why care about what other people post, why come on here to trash talk?

      Additionally, you're stupid, of course sociopaths have feelings we only care about ourselves, so we can care, we aren't robots dipshit, just wired differently. And clinically speaking, sociopathic traits can be acquired from abuse and neglect... So.... Shut the fuck up?

      Perhaps?

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    5. It seems like sociopaths often contradict themselves. On the one hand you say no one should want it because it's horrible, but then you also say you love being a sociopath. I dunno, wish I could be a sociopath for a day just to better understand it. I don't think I'll ever really understand it. I think a sociopath should just let me pick their brain alllllllll day. I tried to work for the prison system and may have learned more there, but never did get hired. Personally I think they passed up a good candidate.

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    6. Ooh I have an idea, lets all get together for a sociopath pot-luck where we can get to know each other and share recipes!!

      Do you have any for Instant Pots?

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    7. "Ooh I have an idea, lets all get together for a sociopath pot-luck where we can get to know each other and share recipes!!" This reminds me of the vegan extremists. They always say in kind of a denigrating tone, oh let's get together, have a potluck, and exchange vegan recipes. It's their way of throwin shade to the "welfarists". They actually make these kinds of distinctions in their little subculture as if it all looks any different to anyone on the outside. That's probably how people see personality disorders. On the inside, we're all making these little distinctions between each personality type, but from the outside it all looks the same to everyone. It's kind of like the cold virus. There are 200 different strains, but do you ever really care which strain of cold virus you really have? All you know is something horrible has taken over your body.

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  6. What do you guys think of Michael Alig, and the club kids story? A little dated, but still kind of an interesting story. He had a lot of power in his little microcosm.

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  7. This is a good example of any cluster b disorder. Originally I thought it was a bit of fluff since you're supposed to post on Monday and I look forward to that but I kind of got irritated by the other posts. I don't think its an inappropriate context to have an intellectual talk.

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    1. Why were you irritated?

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  8. Being a sociopath would be a coincidence of visiting this blog, not a prerequisite. I want to talk about the post and discuss personality disorders including ASPD. It would be nice to read and respond to some comments that were thought out. It irritates me because I liked the book and I appreciate the goal to dispel the stigma attached to mental disorders, so I thought the blog would inspire more of that.

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    1. I dunno that the goal should necessarily be to dispel stigma attached to personality disorders. It's a well earned reputation, let's just be honest. The person with the personality disorder really needs to change themselves. This comes from someone with a shitty psychology so I'm not bein judgey, just bein realistic. I've even been fired from a couple of places because of it. As interested in power as a lot of people with personality disorders might be, really it's the normal people that have all the power. They're the ones who make the rules so adhere to their rules or suffer the consequences.

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  9. After reading your book within the flash of few days, it has rilled up questions about myself. I am questioning whether several tendencies I have throughout my life has a connection with sociopathy.

    I have always been an antisocial child, my mother would smother me knewing that I was the youngest and only daughter. My father on the other hand is aloof. This way I could get away with anything between my siblings. The first out of the normative behavior that I have developed since childhood is stealing. I had a particular sense of thrill in devising how to steal from my mother's purses, classmates, even up to scam reimbursements at my workplace. I do not feel a particular sense of guilt from committing my petty crimes. The only ruling concisence that aligned me from committing greater harm is a surface belief of karma - that this would all end up bitting back at me some day.

    In regards to intelligence, I was not the brightest in class but one of the few top tiers. During my college years, I have to managed to haul several promising points to beautiful my resume. Such as landing an internship in a Big 4 firm, student ambassador titles here and there. As I was always incentified to climb up a ladder whether be it a layer within a student organization, once I've gotten into the position I wanted I would soon loose interest.

    As for relationship with people, when I was young I gravitated to aim to be one of the cool kids because I thought that it would give me the position of power. However, I was never successful in attaining that position. As life goes on, I struggled at the workplace due to my inability to relate to people's emotional cues. Of course I managed to climbed the get promoted into a senior exec. position by clinging on to my supervisor and eventually dated her (dismantling her years worth of relationship with another man). With my new found relationship, I have triggered an unhealthy jealousy towards her previous relationship. I would hack into her phone, emails, even documents to find out about her relationship with this man. Furthermore, it did not help that she was still very much attached to this person. As I continue to drown in my love for her but was also soiled with plans of revenge towards her ex. In ended up with my neverending tantrums, interrupting my professional drive. At the end of it all, I made a decision to resign from my workplace. Thid all too accompanied with my gender dysphoria that has been heightening. Now, I am unemployed and ongoing gender transition from female-to-male.

    Dear author, if this caught your attention do reply me an email. It would be great to console with you, as the details of my story is far to long to rant here.

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    1. probly another personality disorder. Psychos know they're psychos. They don't usually hit like middle age and go, oh Ima psycho! That's what's been wrong with me all this time! I mean if you really feel like you need to be fucked up, and desperately wanna label yourself with something, there's a few other disorders you could choose from. You have options. Some of them kind of lack a conscience. Probly not as much as a sociopath but.....

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