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Narcs hate it when they are confronted about things that they thought they were going to get away with. They hate having to answer for anything at all.

Sociopath World: Sociopaths and children **WARNING** Please note, this article may be very emotionally triggering, especially to those who have children with their narcissist/sociopath/psychopath ex.

Sociopath World: Sociopaths and children

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**WARNING** Potentially triggering! Part 1 How To Break Up With A Sociopath - This is a priceless how to written by a self admitted sociopath. Basically, he's saying you have to do/become the complete opposite of what they value. Being non-confrontational is key. The final game, a passive aggressive break-up, you just have to let them think it was their idea. The idea, by letting them think it was their idea, you avoid the sociopathic rage and subsequent dangers associated with rejecting them

  • Michelle

    I'm not sure this is true. I fought and won. I'm not going to fade away for no one. And I'm not doing the passive aggressive thing. I told him I was leaving and yes I deserved better. I was a fighter when I came into this world and I will be a fighter till the end. And I wasn't going to let him take life and happiness away from me.

  • Michelle

    Not going to pin this one because I don't believe what this person wrote.

  • Narcissistic Abuse Recovery & Support NARS

    Hi Michelle, I pinned this to give perspective from the sociopaths point of view. (As stated and why there is a trigger warning.) It was not intended to be anything more than that. Take it for what it is. I believe there is a lot of insight and ultimately power to be gained from knowing their perspective. Pinning or not pinning is a personal choice and as always you should never substitute anyone else's opinions for your own. That being said, I do think there is something to this perspective as not all toxic relationships are equal. Leaving a sociopath can be dangerous and many ultimately resort to physical violence when they feel threatened. In that case, I would definitely recommend a passive aggressive exit. I don't think it means being any less strong at all, only smarter. Being forward about your intentions worked for you and that's great! However you get out, the important thing is to get out and get out safely. :)

  • Michelle

    The said truth is there is no such thing as a passive-aggressive exit. They will always feel threaten. I am very critical about what is being posted about abusive relationships. Because the perception of the public about abused women isn't kind or fair. They view us as having low self esteem or as if we like it. And that type of thinking from the public can get some woman killed. I have been there. I left my ex husband after he came up stairs with a fully load shot gun and taunted me with it. I didn't argue I just stood there. The next night he walked into my room and told me I was going to die. I packed a bag that night called the police for back up and left. Even that simple exit was a threat to him. Getting a lawyer was a threat to him. I don't know there was something about this post that I saw that made me feel like the victim and trapped. I get what you are saying. But there was something about this post that made me mad. Women of abuse already feel broken enough. Your judged by the court system. Fairfax county is not nice to abused women by the way. Judge by family and others and now I have to play this game? I spent most of my year in hiding from that man. He even hired a private investigator to find me. Toxic is toxic. Abuse is abuse. It is equal.

  • Michelle

    I think it was the last part that set me off. In the long run I had to fight my ex. I fought to regain me. I wasn't going to let him steal my life from me. I was raised by two loving parents. I had a professional dance career with a major ballet company in New York. I am attractive and had good friends. I was worth the fight. My life was worth the battle. And to say that one will lose? I won. I am proof! And I tell my story to any woman and tell her, yes you can! Get up and fight back. I won in the end. It was a bloody fight but I came out on top with my head held high. That last statement is a lie. My ex tried to make me think that. He told me I would lose. But he didn't know me. I wasn't buying into the lie.

**WARNING** Potentially triggering! Part 2 How To Break Up With A Sociopath - This is a priceless how to written by a self admitted sociopath. Basically, he's saying you have to do/become the complete opposite of what they value. Being non-confrontational is key. The final game, a passive aggressive break-up, you just have to let them think it was their idea. The idea, by letting them think it was their idea, you avoid the sociopathic rage and subsequent dangers associated with rejecting them

What the narcissist thinks. Narcissists are extremely superficial!

is that really HER problem? what ever happened to being real and truthful? ---but this is so me, either way.

  • Ashlee Kalmykov

    I'm a survivor of a Narcissist and I love your boards, I didn't think I would have "triggers" but am slowly learning otherwise. It's extremely difficult reading these but it's also very helpful seeing the way the Narcissist thinks and feels. It's helping me realize that I'm not crazy because I often think to myself that I am the crazy one.

  • Narcissistic Abuse Recovery & Support NARS

    Thank you Ashlee, I'm glad you've found our boards. Unfortunately, you're not alone in the self blaming. It's all a part of the abuse, you were conditioned to believe it was you who is crazy. I'm happy you're finding your way out and realizing the truth now. Triggers are the inevitable result of having been in a relationship and having formed (on your end) bonds with this disordered person. The triggers are common and indicate some level of post traumatic stress. Good luck in your healing, stay strong. ((Hugs))

One of the most narcissistic statements that I've ever heard! Yet I have heard it countless times from people who claim to be humble.