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THE SOCIOPATH: Antisocial Personality Disorder 2

DESIRE TO BE LOVED

Human relationships easily become possessive. Our hearts so much desire to be loved that we are inclined to cling to the person who offers us love, affection, friendship, care, or support. Once we have seen or felt a hint of love, we want more of it. That explains why lovers so often bicker with each other. Lovers’ quarrels are quarrels between people who want more of each other than they are able or willing to give.

It is very hard for love not to become possessive because our hearts look for perfect love and no human being is capable of that. Only God can offer perfect love. Therefore, the art of loving includes the art of giving one another space. When we invade one another’s space and do not allow the other to be his or her own free person, we cause great suffering in our relationships. But when we give another space to move and share our gifts, true intimacy becomes possible.

LISTENING

Listening is much more than allowing another to talk while waiting for a chance to respond. Listening is paying full attention to others and welcoming them into our very beings. The beauty of listening is that those who are listened to start feeling accepted, start taking our words more seriously and discovering their true selves.                                                                                                                                 HENRI NOUWEN

ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER: (ASPD)

sociopath prayer

From a Narcissistic point of view, this  information  can help those stuck in a narcissistic relationship to not only understand the signs but make wise decisions. 

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SIGNS OF AN ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX 2

ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX

Entitlement

Entitlement is the belief that one inherently deserves privileges or special treatment. Too often in society we are inclined to be self- indulgent and therefore entitled.

There is a rampant disease: Entitlement is a contagious state of mind that is affecting a whole generation of young people: a misguided sense that makes them think that they deserve more for doing less. You have to be more self-aware! It’s a journey of self discovery.

SIGNS YOU HAVE A SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX

By now you may be wondering: do I have a sense of entitlement? You may exhibit a certain level of selfishness:

  1. You impose unrealistic demands onto your family, children, friends, acquaintances, lovers, employees, and/or employers.
  2. You tend to feel sorry for yourself if things don’t work out the way you wanted (self-pity), and openly advertise this in melodramatic, attention-seeking ways.
  3. People have called you a “control freak”, “bully”, “manipulative”, “ruthless”, “egotistical”, “vain”, or a “liar”.
  4. You believe that you deserve happiness and go to great, sometimes extreme lengths to ensure that happens, often at the expense of others.
  5. You punish people when they don’t do what you want either passively (e.g. silent treatment, gossiping, spreading rumors) or aggressively (e.g. shouting, verbally/physically abusing).
  6. In order to “succeed” in life, you believe in going to any lengths.
  7. You constantly see other people as competition or “threats”.
  8. You tend to exhibit many double-standards in the way you behave/interact with other people, e.g. I can be late and forget my duties and commitments, but YOU can’t; I can treat myself, but YOU can’t; I can abuse or disrespect you, but YOU can’t to ME.
  9. You tend to take more than give in friendships and relationships.
  10. You tend to look out for yourself, your needs and desires more than anyone else almost 100% of the time.
  11. You have a hard time negotiating or compromising.
  12. You have a deep-seated conviction that you have priority and should always come first, even at the expense of stepping on others.
  13. People always seem to be offended or upset by what you do or say.
  14. You generally think that you are better, or more important, than other people and other people should see this and unquestioningly respect you.
  15. You crave admiration and adoration.
  16. You like to assert your dominance or superiority over other people, finding it second nature.

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