Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Exposing a sociopath



It may be difficult to recognize a sociopath because such a person is overly charming, and seemly wanting to help others – but the sociopathic traits are present below the surface. You may have to dig a little deeper to recognize the signs. 
Some sociopaths will go on for years without being caught. They get away with the evil and chaos they cause by family believing them to be mentally ill with a psychiatric disorder such as Bi-Polar, Depression, Mania, or Drug Abuse..
The family rather believe that their blood is mentally sick and cannot help what they do, rather than believe their loved one is evil, who has no heart and no soul and is capable of damaging and abusing others for their own entertainment. 

It only takes that ONE person, and outsider who has been welcomed in (usually an Empath) to see through the sociopath and see that they are not mentally ill they are not depressed.
THEY ARE JUST EVIL. THEY ARE MALICIOUS AND VINDICTIVE. THEY SEE THAT THIS PERSON IS NOT A GOOD PERSON. The person who sees the sociopath for exactly what they are, usually become willing to risk everything to make sure that the sociopath is exposed and can not hurt anyone else. 
The sociopath is manipulative and everyone who is catering to them and obeying them is their puppet. It will take that ONE person to stand up to the sociopath and point out what they see. They risk being attacked by the sociopath and all the sociopaths minions. They risk their reputations being ruined, and lies spread about them by the sociopath. This attack will be hard, especially if the person is an Empath. Being that the Empath is sympathetic, loving, and feels everyone else's emotional pain. 
Fortunately for the  Empath - the Sociopath and Psychopath have no emotions, except anger and rage. So the sociopath is unable to manipulate the Empath.  The sociopath is the only person or thing that the Empath feels no empathy for. The Empath is smart and caring and lives life with passion and a purpose. This is a disadvantage for the sociopath. They have no love in them, and no passion. That is why they waste so much of everyone's time. They are living for nothing. They exist only as a bi-product of the devil... 

The Empath sees the evil, the damage the sociopath has done, the lives the sociopath has destroyed and the pain and suffering the disordered has caused so many people. 

It is basically Good vs Evil...

I do not advise anyone go against the sociopath. Unless the sociopath is directly affecting their life, and hurting their children, spouses, or family members. It's best to avoid and have NO CONTACT with the sociopath. If you suspect that the person is a sociopath, stay the fu*k away from them. You have no idea what danger you are putting yourself in by just being friendly to them. Don't get involved in a friends drama with a sociopath, because you will be their next target. 

The only reason to expose a sociopath and fight one, is to protect your child, or loved one.. I.e. – spouse, parents, siblings. 
Fighting a sociopath is a fight you will more than likely not win, because nothing can obstruct the will of the sociopath. 

I have seen very few cases where the sociopath was taken down. In those few cases the sociopath was older than 40 and they already had a tainted image. Due to years of deceit, failed marriages, uncollected debt, dysfunctional 
behaviors, lying, and having burnt every bridge they ever had. In this case, a good person stands a chance to expose the sociopath. 

Just because a sociopath is exposed does not mean that they will stop hurting others. Their focus will change and the person who exposed them will be their new target. Making others aware that this person is a sociopath or trying to destroy their life, will help the person out. Because when the sociopath starts telling their lies on their smear campaign — NO ONE WILL BELIEVE THEM


20 comments:

  1. Best psycopath is one thats been placed in an institution.

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  2. OMG who ever blog this Thank you I am in a battle right now with a piece of shit. I am the Empath and please contact me tonynx@hotmail.com just what to talk ,will call you . skype what ever . facebook tony kitanovski

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    1. I need help dude..my son has just been taken. .I've been arrested several time and is facing jail time

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    2. I need help dude..my son has just been taken. .I've been arrested several time and is facing jail time

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  3. I just got back at mine. He contacted me after 35 years and lured me into an online romance. We had had a realtionship many years ago. After he got me interested and arranged to meet up, he backed off. then would ignore me. I noticed everyone was at fault but him. Critical, proud and hateful. Then he became sexual, asking for photos etc. Sent me one of his penis. Then he became nasty and nice alternately. Then he just stopped contacting me. I was furious. I let a year go by, he would always post cryptic messages on his whatsapp. The most recent was obvious he was trying to get me reeled in again. and then contacted him. I got mad then. Told him what he was and posted apage about sociopaths on his facebook page. I was immediately blocked. Feel so much better.

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  4. I called my sociopath after moving across country and told him I posted all of his arrest records and conviction on facebook. I have IRS up his ass and child support down his throat. More to come for him!

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  5. I called my sociopath xhusband and told him I posted his arrest record and conviction on facebook for all to see. I have IRS up his ass and child support down his throat! Moved cross country to get away from him, show up and I have a bullet with his name on it!

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    1. You are still allowing the sociopath to control your life. By obsessing on getting revenge and doing such things will not get you far with a sociopath. My advice to you is to let go, heal yourself, love youself, and think about the sociopath and the pain he caused as little as you can. Time will heal...

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    2. I would love to talk to you!! I am afraid I am in the same boat as you, but haven't posted my ex's arrest and conviction record all over social media yet, haven't sicked the IRS on him yet either for the tens of thousands of dollars he has illegally obtained from them and haven't posted the videos and photos of animals he has tortured and killed. You could be my inspiration..... Please reply if we can get in contact with each other!

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  6. holy shit this "Don't get involved in a friends drama with a sociopath, because you will be their next target." struck a giant cord with me. I've been battling with a female sociopath for a few years now. She's done a pretty good job damaging my career and a number of relationships and it all started when another person I was decently acquainted with would vent to me about her crazy behavior.

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  7. My partner was murdered by his sociopathic ex-wife. She got away with it. She also robbed their son of everything he had, which was very little. I had tried to warn my partner. I know about sociopaths, as I had one for a mother and have encountered others and read everything by Stout, Hare, and Cleckly. But nobody ever believes anyone who talks about this. When I was a child, I could never get help from teachers, police, relatives, or anyone. Now I am worried about my stepson. I am afraid his mother will kill him, too. She threatened to kill me. I have saved the messages on my phone. But neither the police, the DA, nor anyone is interested in the story, though she has a record as long as your arm. I love my stepson and want to protect him. He is 24 years old and lives with his mother's relatives. I don't know what to do.

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  8. My partner was murdered by his sociopathic ex-wife. I am afraid she will also kill their son. My partner, stepson, and everyone else believed the killer is just mentally ill and needed unlimited sympathy and kindness. I have all kinds of evidence against her, but neither the police nor the DA even want to look at it.

    I learned long ago, nobody ever believes a story about a sociopath. My mother was one, and no teacher, police, relative, or anybody ever believed anything I said.

    I am worried about my stepson. He is 24 and lives with his mother's relatives. I sometimes say hello to him and ask how he's doing on Facebook, but I'm afraid I endanger him if I did any more.

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  9. Real empaths, with enough power, can plant emotions as well as take away emotions of others. Our basic tendency is to take away pain, and insert healing warmth. But the sociopath doesn't realize that the empath is it's natural enemy. That same ability to insert warmth can also insert pain. The inserted pain into a sociopath, who has never had the years to build up an ability to withstand the intensity, often renders them in a vegetative state. Sociopaths cannot feel love...but also don't experience true hate.

    The true empath can destroy a legion of the strongest sociopaths and still make it in time for dinner.

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    1. I like your view of the situation. It should give hope and inspiration to those who are in need. A different perspective is always welcomed. Thank you

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  10. I was trolling a socio site and I started laughing as they attack each other like petulant 2 year olds. It's so much easier to deal with them when you finally see them for what they are. The scary turns into rather pathetic lol! Now with those socios who have a penchant for violence, they're probably a bit psychopathic as well. Best is to steer clear regardless. Anyone who has someone in their life who is a diagnosed sociopath and cannot or does not want to extricate themselves from that person, just remember that this person can react like an emotional two year old and not to take it personally. They literally cannot process things like normal people in some situations. But every socio is different and many actually can and do feel empathy for some people. No matter what, do not allow yourself to feel guilty or blame yourselves for their bad behavior. Just walk away and don't feed it.

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  11. As for "me's" situation, it sounds like your target isn't very good at being a socio with a laundry list of priors. If there's any good news for you it's this: typically sociopaths are adverse to actually harming (physically) their own young as ultimately they're an extension of themselves. I believe that you're in much more danger than your stepson. I strongly advise that you extricate yourself from the situation with the caveat of being an open door should your stepson reach out to you. Otherwise, step out of it. I understand that you wish to protect those in this chaos and want to see justice. I can guarantee that a form of Justice will occur unless this person magically alters her behavior. She's probably unchecked, not treated and this will catch up with her. Somebody will take her out lol!

    Best of luck and give yourself permission to take care of you now.

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  12. According to British BBC News - a waste company PHS Wastetech in UK has been accused of bullying small businesses by using unfair contracts to ramp up charges. Thousands of small businesses affected.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18017722

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h73pl

    http://www.ukbusinessforums.co.uk/threads/phs-wastetech-problems-any-advice.60299/

    https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/the_number_of_cases_brought_by_p

    http://cidracopop.livejournal.com/460.html

    former directors named as Stephanie Hutchings and Anthony Pearlgood.

    please read the BBC interview and other links and evidence and make your comments below

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  13. I just encountered a Sociopath in my life. And just like everything I read, it was over before I knew it. He was moving on to destroy another woman's life. And he picked someone that was vulnerable and who was willing to cheat on her husband. For me, I was basically supporting him. I was charmed and he would do anything for me. But the control was crazy and sucked me tight in. When I would go to the bathroom, I remember him being outside the door and I had to get on him about this. He always wanted to tell me I was his and demand sex all the time every chance he could get. I know this is how he controlled his victims. I needed sex at the time and he knew that. He would get into rages if he didn't get it when he wanted it. And then, he would turn around and be cool but also blame me. The control was a slow process and the ignoring of his texts and his lies started more and more after he knew I was locked into his control. I have never experienced so much mind damage of not being able to get thoughts out of my head. I wake up and realize crap throughout my day. His lack of caring when I caught him was something I can't get out of my mind either. But, I agree that as long as I allow my mind yo think of him, he still wins. The best thing for me to do is focus on me and my two children. I would love to expose not only him but her. I just don't think its worth it in the end. I have an ex husband that has borderline personality disorder and my life is just not easy. I don't know what I do to attract these type of guys. I am nice and always seeing the good in others and believing in people. My next relationship will be with someone who has their crap together, their own place, and knows how to manage money.

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  14. I just encountered a Sociopath in my life. And just like everything I read, it was over before I knew it. He was moving on to destroy another woman's life. And he picked someone that was vulnerable and who was willing to cheat on her husband. For me, I was basically supporting him. I was charmed and he would do anything for me. But the control was crazy and sucked me tight in. When I would go to the bathroom, I remember him being outside the door and I had to get on him about this. He always wanted to tell me I was his and demand sex all the time every chance he could get. I know this is how he controlled his victims. I needed sex at the time and he knew that. He would get into rages if he didn't get it when he wanted it. And then, he would turn around and be cool but also blame me. The control was a slow process and the ignoring of his texts and his lies started more and more after he knew I was locked into his control. I have never experienced so much mind damage of not being able to get thoughts out of my head. I wake up and realize crap throughout my day. His lack of caring when I caught him was something I can't get out of my mind either. But, I agree that as long as I allow my mind yo think of him, he still wins. The best thing for me to do is focus on me and my two children. I would love to expose not only him but her. I just don't think its worth it in the end. I have an ex husband that has borderline personality disorder and my life is just not easy. I don't know what I do to attract these type of guys. I am nice and always seeing the good in others and believing in people. My next relationship will be with someone who has their crap together, their own place, and knows how to manage money.

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    1. It's hard to expose a sociopath or narcissist. Because I guarantee that he has already begun to spread lies about you, just to cover his tracks. So that if you do tell people about his lies, cheating and other disgusting behaviors, he has already taken care of that. By telling others you are crazy, insecure and have been accusing him of this or that.
      He does this so if you do decide to speak up, then the people that you have mutual friends with or family will hopefully not believe you.

      This is what the sociopath did to me. Luckily this sociopath had burnt every bridge ever given, and there wasn't a single person who would believe the sociopath. But the sociopath definitely tried to discredit me, and tell people really filthy lies about me. Even went to my daughters school and told teachers and staff outrageous lies about me. Things that (if they were to believe) could potentially harm my career, and anyone I associate with. It was pretty damaging. But fortunately someone at the school contacted me to let me know what was said. And assured me that no one believed this. They had dealt with this person(sociopath) before.

      It showed me I was not their first target and I won't be the last. It's hard to recover from the damage they cause. But you will. The woman he is cheating with is now the target. So be thankful he has a NEW victim. And you are now free

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