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Although I can understand this, I am fairly certain that most of us know all too well what the narcissist is thinking and our quest for truth is actually about us hoping that we’re wrong.
Unfortunately, this article – Part 3 of A Sociopath Exposes a Narcissist – isn’t going to help to end but it will, in fact, give us some cold hard facts.
The key to a healthy relationship, says Heitler, is finding the point where both parties’ concerns are taken into consideration.
“When differences arise, socially effective folks are pros at finding win-win solutions because they routinely hear and take into consideration both their own and other people’s concerns,” she said.
the thoughts of this sociopath) to my blog because I really do feel that seeing is believing and we all need to see this to believe it. You could disappear tomorrow and we could care less.So, for everyone who searches for answers on the web with search phrases like “When will the narcissist return? ”, “What is a narcissist thinking during a silent treatment? [Note: The questions that precede the “answers” were created by me according to my take on the answer itself]. True (narcissists and) sociopaths don’t want to change. They can focus on the task at hand without being influenced by feelings or events from the past, other lessons learned, and they don’t become so anxious about the future.Real sociopaths (narcissists), like myself, are happy being a sociopath (narcissist). When they do get anxious it’s more like a response to present situations, just like animals do. Psychopaths (narcissists and sociopaths) know the difference between right and wrong because they understand cause and effect.Not being guided by a ‘moral compass’ means that judgments of good vs. While such a simplistic method of decision-making leaves plenty of room for error, it also explains why they are sometimes unaware of the trouble they cause or outright do not care.If they choose to do what social norms and laws determine to be “good” and someone is unintentionally hurt in the process who assumes the burden of guilt?