Could Your Prince Charming Be A Sociopath
You think you have met your Prince Charming; he seems a little too good to be true, well he just might be!
Is that little voice in your head telling you something just does not feel right, things are moving a little fast; stop, listen and take notes. That little voice in your head is called gut instinct and you need to listen to it.
You may be dating a Sociopath one of the worst predators to become involved with in the dating and relationship world.
Once you become sucked into his proverbial claws, emotional and sometimes physical escape can be very difficult. You do not leave with out mental and many times physical scars to remind you of the very abusive relationship you have just experienced.
12 Sociopathic Red Flags to watch for:
- Charm: They are extremely charming and normally very charismatic. They can be the center of attention at parties or very well liked in social circles, but it is surface.
- Attraction: They have a high sexual attraction and use this to their advantage.
- Love: They tell you they are in love quickly and move the relationship at a whirlwind rate. You do not have time to think you are caught up in the excitement of the entire experience.
- Attention: They overdose you with attention at first: calling, emailing, texting, spending all their time with you. They may also buy you gifts or whatever it takes to lock you and your time in fast.
- Lock You In: They try and lock the relationship in with either moving in together, engagement or getting married within a very short amount of time. They know they cannot hide their identity long so they will try to cement the deal before you become aware and try and leave.
- Victims: They are never responsible for anything relationship issues in their past, nor will they be in the future. They are incapable of seeing their own faults.
- Pity: They play upon your sympathy for all things they do blaming it on: childhood scars, work problems, relationship issues, money problems etc.
- Angry Eyes: They say the eyes are the windows to the soul; this is a great place to notice there is something wrong. When they are angry many times this is there is a cold hostile intensity that is unnerving.
- Pathological Lying: It doesn’t seem to matter what it is about, they seem to make laying a way of life if it makes their life easier. They show no remorse when they are caught lying.
- No guilt: When they cheat, lie or hurt someone they love; there is no real sense of guilt. They may be unhappy they are caught, but they will do it again, remorse is not part of their genetic makeup.
- Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: You are dealing with two very different people, the charming man you met and fell in love with, and the abusive cruel, unfeeling, lying manipulative man that has no feelings. You keep waiting for the first one to resurface.
- Break The Rules: They tend to have no respect for rules regulations or the law. They enjoy pushing the envelope with no fear remorse or guilt over their actions.
Another key trait to watch for is “sociopathic cycle” in the relationship.
- Phase: Everything is wonderful, you are both in a euphoric state, with great sex, romance, and everything is perfect.
- Phase: There is a slow subtle change where the sociopath starts to find faults with his new love and they want to bring back the wonderful feelings and try to please him. They become fearful of losing or displeasing them.
- Phase: There is some incident that happens that triggers: physical abuse, verbal abuse, anger, fighting, threats and intimidation.
- Phase: This is the makeup stage, the sociopath will be very remorseful, apologize, promise to never repeat the behavior, blame the victim for their behavior, deny and gaslight the situation.
- Phase: This is a calm phase in which the relationship returns back to the loving romantic relationship, the incident is forgotten until the cycle repeats itself.
If you are in a relationship with a sociopath contact Deni Abbie to help you walk away for good; do it now!