For me, the worst part of escaping a sociopath was that when I was struggling to recover and needed all the support I could get, he was actively smearing me and getting others to abuse me more. Just when I needed support the most, I found none, because the charming sociopath was busy turning people … Read more
Ever notice that a narcissist rarely has hobbies, interests or passions of their own? Who they are depends on who they are trying to fool.
Even after I cut contact with my narcopath abuser and blocked him every way I possibly could, he still knew every move I made. His enablers were very dedicated to stalking me, and every time I thought I knew who was reporting back, I would block them. Still, he knew everything I did. I came … Read more
Lately, I have had a number of major repairs to make, plus the narcopath ex is not paying child support. So I am working long days and struggling to pay for all these big expenses. I have a good job and I work very hard, but it is not easy to be the only person supporting … Read more
When I find out someone is friendly with my narcopath ex, I automatically distrust them. I often block them and avoid them. The ex was violently abusive with me, my children and my pets, as well as dozens–if not hundreds–of other women over the years. Not to mention restaurant servers, co-workers, random people on the … Read more
Time and time again, I hear people making excuses for sociopaths. I’ve even had at least one woman tell me she is empathetic, so she can’t help but see the sociopath’s side with sympathy. I’ve debated with other people who claim that sociopaths had bad childhoods so we should feel sorry for them. And yet … Read more
For me personally, the worst part of dealing with a narcissistic sociopath was not just the sociopath himself, but the reality that hardly anyone would listen to me when I tried to describe the terror I endured. People automatically thought I was trashing the abuser, or that there was another side to the story where … Read more