Inconsistent behavior in dating

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You can also find us at: https:// Sociopathic Behavior1. You might date a person who seldom picks up the telephone to call, or you may find yourself dating someone who calls twenty times a day.

Frequency of contact is not necessarily an accurate indication of sociopathic behavior, but the pattern of contact just might be.

A sociopath can only "hide" his or her behavior for so long, so if a person has several life-long friends, it indicates mental stability.3. A little excitement in the bedroom is one thing, but when your partner suggests sexual activities that are excessively violent or degrading in nature, this may indicate that you are dating a sociopath.4. It is a smart idea to examine the background of a person's family before you decide to date them.

Since sociopathic behavior patterns are often learned in early age, trace an indicidual's family history back to childhood. Did your partner come from a broken home or a dysfunctional family?

Particularly when it’s gradual, it can make you feel very insecure because you wonder what you ‘did’ to ‘change’ them when in fact, they haven’t changed; they’ve If you don’t register the inconsistency and you hang around, the blowing hot and cold will disrupt and confuse you, and actually, you’ll become desensitised to getting crumbs and may actually think you’re getting a loaf when you’re actually on a crumb diet.I had a friend named Chris who dated his girlfriend for quite a while, spending lots of time with her, but never defining their relationship.Only when she asked would he reluctantly start considering his feelings and intentions. It was easy to live this way to the extent that the impact on others was (apparently) negligible.This page is set up as both an awareness forum where people can come together and share their experiences from having been exposed to a sociopath in a safe environment and receive constructive, passionate feedback letting them know that having been conned was not their fault.This page is about validation of your inner self; engage, educate, empower!

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