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Harsh Truth About The Mental Health Of (Sociopaths), 2020.

Updated: Sep 28






People who have mental health problems called antisocial personality disorders will purposely disregard, reject, and will persistently turn a blind eye to the idea of what is right and what is wrong.



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They will also have no regard for the feelings of other people.

It is very common for them to be harsh and even violent towards other people.


They will never show any regret, sorrow, remorse, or pity for causing pain, harm, or suffering to another person because of their awful behaviors.


An antisocial personality disorder is the most accurate mental health description for the sociopath.


An antisocial personality disorder is a portion of a collection of personality disorders that falls under the name Cluster B disorders.



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These disorders are described by a bizarre emotional attitude and conduct that is likely to cause confusion, upset, and total upset to relationships.


This mental health disorder can also end up being shaky irrational erratic examples of how they interact with other people.


Hi everyone,


I am Debra, and I am a self-care promoter and an anti-abuse advocate.


Over the past ten years, I have dedicated my time and attention

to reaching out and shining the light on the evil and wicked works of darkness.


I have noticed because I have been spending many years searching high and low for support, for help because of abusive activities that were happening against my well-being,

I have realized that there are not a lot of answers, support, concerns, caring people and help out here for people who are being abused.


This is just not good.


Turning a blind eye, turning deaf ears, burying one’s head in the sand, rejecting, cold-shoulders are not what to do when someone who is being abused is seeking help.


My prayers and my work is for opening up more avenues of support, and guidance in helping people who are being abused and needing help.


At this time I would like to add in as additional information from a You-Tube video that is titled


Sociopath vs Psychopath - What's The Difference?


The You-Tube Channel is called The Infographics Show.


This video received an amazing 5 million 273 thousand views. Please click on the link below to view this video.


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Sociopaths,



are a mental health complication where a person will show signs of long periods and long extensions of time of maneuvering, manipulating, abusing, injuring, or total disregard for the morality, justice, and rights of other people.


This psychological condition is believed to be due to genetic tendencies and or environmental influence.

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The information about the difference between a sociopath and a psychopath can be very complicated.


These are two very different mental health conditions.


The Psychopath,


does not have that inner voice inside their spirit or their soul. They don’t have shame or conscience. Having a conscience is the same as having morals.


Having a conscience is having a voice inside of your spirit or your soul that will tell you if something you are doing is right or wrong.



The psychopath will tell numerous lies in order to rob you and they will not have any remorse, nervousness, hesitations, or anxiety about robbing you but they will fool you into thinking that they care.


Psychopaths are passed down by genetics and are hereditary.


It is something that is fixed, permanent, constant, and unchangeable.


Psychopaths will have a very strong desire to engage in conduct and attitude that will commit violent actions, behaviors, and activities.


Psychopaths have a very strong tendency to be involved in behaviors that will cause pain, suffering, manipulations, and exploitation toward people.


The Sociopath,


usually has a conscience, they usually have an inner voice inside their spirit or their soul however, their conscience is frail, not strong, but weak.


The sociopath does realize that robbing you is wrong. The sociopath may feel remorse, nervousness, hesitations, or anxiety about robbing you but this feeling will not stop them from robbing you.


Sociopaths are people whose cruel, insensitive, heartless, and unbending conduct is created generally by the details of their environment for example being exposed to an abusive environment or child abuse.



Sociopaths may or may not break the principals, laws, and rules of society but by misusing and abusing others, they will tamper with, disregard, and violate a person's life.


Doctors,


do not use the term psychopaths or sociopaths as a diagnosis.


Doctors will title this mental health disorder as Antisocial Personality Disorder.


A person who does not have any concerns and ignores a person’s rights and feelings is a basic description of Antisocial personality disorder.


If you are involved in a relationship with someone you may suspect to be a sociopath, a psychopath, or even a narcissist, try to believe, recognize, discern, and figure out that this personality type is going to be extremely difficult, exhausting, and hard to have a healthy relationship and interaction with.



For your safety,


well-being, and health it is best to put an end to this relationship.


If it is not possible to put a permanent end to this relationship then do your best to avoid being involved with them.

When you are within close vicinity of a sociopath, psychopath, or a narcissist, don’t have a conversation with them about anything that makes you feel upbeat like feeling thrilled, joyful, and delighted.


Don’t have a conversation with them about anything that makes you feel down like feelings of confusion, distress, troubles, and problems.

You are exposing and leaving yourself wide open for being attacked, being taken advantage of.


They will use information about your feelings in order to cause you damage, injury, suffering, and pain.

When you are within close vicinity of a sociopath, psychopath, or a narcissist, don’t give out any intimate, private, and personal knowledge, facts or information.


Do not discuss,



anything with them about your life, dreams, hopes, career, belief, finances, friends, coworkers, business, or troubles.


This information will be used in order to abuse you, blackmail you, and cause you pain and suffering.

When you are interacting with a sociopath, psychopath, or a narcissist, keep your guards up, don't let them get you off guard.


Keep your eyes open. Keep your ears open. Don’t get pulled into a heavy and deep conversation with them.


Keep the subject discussions safe and guarded like the weather, food, travel.

When you are interacting with a sociopath, psychopath, or a narcissist, you should always be suspicious, careful, cautious, and distrustful about what they are

communicating.



Stay calm, cool, and compose if you are around a sociopath, psychopath, or a narcissist.


In Conclusion,


I want to continue to express how vital it is in healing and recovery from being involved in any type of abusive relationship to making self-care a priority.


To stay healthy or even to become a survivor, you have got to do something great or even good for yourself every single day.


This is not something to take lightly.


It does not matter how small it is but please do something every day to provide yourself with self-care and self-love.


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Now I want to turn it over to you.


Do you think that you may be able to tell if someone is a sociopath?


Let me know by leaving a comment below.




I leave you now with a personal message,


If you are healing and recovering from an abusive situation where no one has said to you that they are sorry for abusing you, then you deserve a standing ovation.


There will come a time in your life that you will have the opportunity to have a conversation with someone about all of the terrible, horrible, and abusive things that you are healing from and recovering from.


Your healing journey will put you in places and in a position of being able to provide someone else with the support as a mentor or a guiding spirit to help them to overcome Toxic and Abusive Relationships.


However, don’t let your guards down about your self-care routines. Don’t put aside your daily Self-Care activities.


Your Self-Care,


activities will bring all types of wonderful changes in your life.


Until next time, don’t be afraid to start another new chapter in your life’s journey, your next new chapter you may like much better.





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