A person who is a sociopath lies compulsively, shows no guilt or remorse and lacks the capacity for love.Their lies can seem so genuine, and the self they've constructed so real, that when they're gone you can be left wondering if you'll ever trust anyone again. A professional can help you sort through the anger and grief, and remind you that you can and likely will love again.How could she have lost her grace and dignity by loving such a man? I didn’t want to believe my life had crumbled to such disarray. I had fallen into his web and let go of all that I had held true. For, no matter how blind or stupid or gullible I had been, no matter how unintentional my actions, I had betrayed the sacred trust I entered into when I gave birth to my daughters.But to heal, I had to accept what was and let go of my disbelief that it couldn’t be true. In my betrayal of that trust, I had broken my commitment to be a conscious and loving mother that they could count on to be there for them when they needed me. In keeping myself locked in that man’s unholy embrace, I had hurt them.(It’s ok, I would run screaming too) Throughout my relationship with Luc, he would often get frantic and make me promise that I would never date anyone else – even if we broke up.This was another one of his attempts to break my spirit and control me.Your sociopathic ex may have convinced you everything that went wrong in the relationship was your fault.
I had to accept where I was at without falling victim to wishing, ”˜if only’.Moving On Learning From the Experience Community Q&A The American Psychiatric Association defines a sociopath as someone with an antisocial personality disorder, who has a disregard for moral and legal cultural standards.Even though they often come across as charming and sociable individuals, sociopaths generally demonstrate a severe lack of empathy for others, and don not feel guilty about their actions. Her short stories have been published in several anthologies.Her journalistic work can be found in major magazines and newspapers. Sociopaths can seem quite compelling when you first meet them.