Sociopathic Relationships
Although you may never know it, people you look up to, love, and respect could easily be sociopaths. They give themselves away by exhibiting strange combinations of controlling behaviors, such as being charismatic, calculating, extremely confident, while warmly embracing those who fall under their influence, and quickly dismissing all who disagree with them. Their ingenious good natures and smiling faces hide sinister agendas which they disguise in their hearts as friendship and love.

Is The Man Who Is Chasing You A Sociopath?
Let's be honest. Television and Internet media are replete with stories about missing or deceased women and sociopathic men. Either there are more sociopaths in the world or the media is covering it more. Either way, it's unsettling, especially to single women.

The Charmer - Attacker
You can enter a room and find ways to entertain the guests even though you rather avoid crowds. People are attracted to your sense of humor and charm. You are the life of the party and appear to have your act together. People would never guess that you are very insecure and fearful of rejection. You experience difficulties managing your strong feelings of frustration and anger. You enter relationships with persons that easily submit to your viewpoints and demonstrate blind allegiance. Isn’t a relationship where someone hangs to your every word, deed, a sustainable one? How long can a person demonstrate unconditional acceptance to each of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors?

Making Distinctions Between Narcissists and Sociopaths Will Serve You Well
The narcissistic personality has become pervasive in today's society. We frequently find them in top tier positions in business, government, entertainment and various professional power centers. The sociopath functions outside of society but his criminal acts have a tragic negative effect on everyone. The narcissist creates an elaborate image of perfection that brings him praise and admiration. At the highest levels the narcissist is charismatic and easily finds followers who will fulfill his voracious ego needs. High-level narcissists fool a lot of people, displaying a magnetic charm that is irresistible. Unlike the narcissist, the sociopath (anti-social personality) doesn't care one wit about the impression he is making. He lives in his own world, does what he wants, and detests and looks down on others. People are foolish pawns designed to be trapped in his web. The sociopath is an exploiter par excellence. The sociopath can be charming and seductive when he turns on his bright lights to get exactly what he wants when he wants it. But this panache is a thin, short-lived ploy.

Psychopathic Personality: The Absence of Conscience
Elie Wiesel, the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize winner and Nazi hunter, said "to defeat them, first we must understand them." For most of us the idea of a psychopath conjures up images from movies like "Silence of The Lambs" and characters with names like "Hannibal Lector." However, characters such as Hannibal is a fantasy, he is the creation of the author. Serial killers, on the other hand, and individuals involved in ritual torture are rare, but psychopathic behavior is more prevalent than one may think.

A Rape of the Heart
This article will be different from most I write because it's a warning, especially for women, to exercise the utmost caution when forming any kind of relationship online. The internet is an exciting and vibrant source of information, entertainment and communication.

But, as we’ve all heard, it has its dark side also. The number and variations of online predators staggers the imagination. The web is the perfect vehicle to prey upon the innocence of others. Now get this..I’m NOT talking about children.

Revisiting The Age Old Case of Diagnostic Confusion - Sociopath vs. Psychopath
As Robert Hare had indicated in an article written in 1996, “The distinction between psychopathy and anti-social personality disorders is of considerable significance to the mental health and criminal justice systems. Unfortunately, it is a distinction that is often blurred, not only in the minds of many clinicians but in the latest edition of DSM-IV.”

The Different Faces of an Abuser
Perpetrators of abuse often never change even as they grow older. Someone who was verbally abusive twenty years ago is still verbally abusive today. Just like the schoolyard bully, abusive people are often cowards and when you stand up to these individuals, they tend to be either openly hostile to you or they ban you from their social circle. This means you may never again get an invitation to come over to their house for dinner, especially during the holidays. You stood up to the abuser! Now, he or she doesn't know how to handle you and if the abuser doesn't know how to handle you as the abuser has in previous years, he/she no longer feels like they can deal with you. He/she no longer wants to deal with you.

The Case For Insanity
We bandy around the word insane, we call those who disagree with use crazy. We have a stereotyped image of a crazy person cowering in a fetal position gibbering incoherently. But mental illness and insanity are real, and at the highest levels of government are more than just debilitating they are threatening for the peaceful existence of the planet it’s self.

Are You A B.O.S.S.-Boisterous, Omnipotent, Self Indulgent, Sociopath
Boisterous, Omnipotent, Self- indulgent Sociopath. Avoid the B.O.S.S. syndrome with five leadership principles that translate academic leadership theory to real world, 21st century application.

Do You Love a Sociopath?
Have you ever wondered to yourself "What's wrong with me? Why can't I make him/her love me?" Are you always attracting these type of people who seem so good, people who make you feel loved and cared for...until they don't get what they want? I've dated and have lived with several of these type people. Some are even related to me.

The Sociopathic Spouse - 9 Signs Your Husband Or Wife May Be a Sociopath
Marriage has its ups and downs and requires effort on the part of both partners to be successful. However, there are situations where it seems no amount of effort on your part improves your relationship. If your partner is affected by a personality disorder such as sociopathy or psychopathy (many use the term interchangeably), the relationship can be a bewildering, hurtful, and destructive experience. Sociopaths differ from the rest of us in their mental "hard wiring," leading them to behave in ways we may not be able to understand or relate to, and that hurt us very deeply. While only a licensed mental health professional can diagnose a sociopath, here are 9 signs that you can look for if you have suspicions about your partner

So How Long Have You Been a Sociopath?
Aren’t labels fun? Indeed they appear to be and it is fun to use them isn’t it? Sure it helps the human mind categorize everything and this allows them stability in their thinking. Yet we all ought to be careful to judge others. Have you ever called some one a sociopath? Indeed we all have met people which broadly fit what we think is the definition.

Affairs and Personality Disorders - 7 Signs Your Partner's Affairs Might Signal a Bigger Problem
Affairs are highly destructive to any relationship that is built on honesty, trust, and fidelity. It is possible in many instances to repair and strengthen a marriage after an affair -- if both partners are willing to work hard to save the relationship, and the work opens up communication and accountability between the partners. However, an affair or affairs may be only the tip of the iceberg when the offending partner has a personality disorder.

Psychopathic Personality: The Absence of Conscience
Elie Wiesel, the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize winner and Nazi hunter, said "to defeat them, first we must understand them." For most of us the idea of a psychopath conjures up images from movies like "Silence of The Lambs" and characters with names like "Hannibal Lector." However, characters such as Hannibal is a fantasy, he is the creation of the author. Serial killers, on the other hand, and individuals involved in ritual torture are rare, but psychopathic behavior is more prevalent than one may think.

Subtle Sociopaths - 9 Signs Your Partner May Be Sociopathic
Sociopaths and psychopaths (many use the term interchangeably) often bring to mind visions of a serial killer or otherwise violent and deadly predator. While many people in that category may be sociopathic, there is also a segment of the population that harbors similar mental wiring, but does not have the homicidal tendencies that lead to such extreme behaviors. However, this does not mean that such a sociopath does not cause a great deal of hurt, destruction, and bewilderment for those who are close to that individual. While only a licensed mental health professional can diagnose a sociopath, it is helpful to know signs to look for. Here are 9 indicators that your partner may be a sociopath or psychopath:

Divorce As the Better Option - 4 Signs Leaving May Be Better Than Staying
Divorce is never an easy decision to make. There is a shared history, living arrangements, finances, mutual friends and family members, and of course the children to consider. However, there are instances where the damage and cost of staying in a marriage may be higher than the damage that will occur by leaving it. In these situations, ultimately saving yourself may a better option than trying to maintain a marriage that is harmful to you. Here are 4 signs the marriage may be better off ending.

Toxic Relationships - 4 Indicators Your Relationship is Toxic
A toxic relationship is one in which certain dynamics between partners, and hurtful behaviors cause the relationship to be unhealthy or damaging for one or both parties involved. The extremity of these factors can vary, but if the relationship is not improving it is possible that the issues are too great to be resolved, or the partners aren't making enough effort to correct the problem. In either case, a toxic relationship carried a high price in terms of emotional and sometimes even physical health. Here are 4 indicators that your relationship might be toxic:

Understanding The Psychopath: Separating Fact From Fiction
Mention the word psychopath and I think it's fair to say that most people think of serial killers both real and fictional. As with criminal profiling, this is a topic area within forensic psychology where it is often difficult to separate fact from fiction. The aim of this article, therefore, is to do just that.

Street-Fighting And Sociopaths
One frightening truth about the world is that there are really, really, REALLY bad people in it.

In fact, one harvard psychologist has documented that 1 out of 23 people in the world -- or 4% of the population -- is what's called a "sociopath".

Being A Sociopath Means You Do Not Follow Rules of Society
If you are a sociopath it means you do not follow rules of society and it probably means your mind works much different too. In fact it also probably means you have not been brainwashed into the political correctness of the forward progression of society. If so, then why is that a bad thing? Well in many ways it is not.

The Use and Abuse of Deception
The word “deceive” is derived from Latin, de- away + capere to take, decipere to ensnare, catch in a trap.

Deception is common human relationships. Deception is common in negotiation. Most human relationships are conducted by way of negotiation.

Meet the New Mr. Goodbar
In 1975, the recently deceased Judith Rossner published her best selling book, “Looking for Mr. Goodbar.” The book told the story of a young female schoolteacher’s search for the perfect man, Mr. Goodbar. Her relentless cruising of the singles bars and her increasing flirtation with danger ultimately leads to her descent into hell and her subsequent murder. The public in general found this cautionary tale shocking and disturbing. Critics praised both book and film as honest depictions of female sexuality in the freewheeling seventies.

Are You With a Sociopath Or Someone With Narcissism?
As a psychotherapist, I see more people come in for counseling related to people in their lives who are a sociopath or who have narcissism than almost any other reason. Why?

Are You In Love With a Man That Has a Counterfeit Heart?

Here's how to breakup with a sociopathic
narcissist and still keep your sanity
(or whatever sanity he has left you with!)

Living with, Loving and LEAVING the Narcissist -The Sociopath in Your Life

Breaking up with a sociopathic narcissist? Be prepared for the battle of your life!
While you are an emotional basketcase, he is as Cold as Ice!
While you are left holding down the fort and dealing with the real-life responsibilities,
he walks away from everything leaving you to mop off his stage and pay his bills.
He will punish you in ways you couldn't possibly have ever imagined...

....and not even acknowledge it to himself! Why?
Because he's off charming the socks off of new women as if your years together didn't even exist!

And to him they didn't! the sociopath has a counterfeit heart!

"Read Tigress' books. Oh I wish I could've spent a mere few bucks and learned all that at 18 (the hurt I would've saved myself!!!). Read it, reread it. Feel it and live it." -Iris

The psychopath, sociopath, and narcissist tend to make very good first impressions on others. They are excellent actors and can fool almost anybody, even trained individuals. However, they have counterfeit hearts. Underneath their brilliant exterior lies a man that is self-centered, dishonest, unresponsible, and lacking emotions, remorse, and a conscience.These men live with a false sense of grandiosity and specialness and are easily found to be arrogant and deceitful. Underneath the fake exterior is an empty fraud who is lacking a human soul.

“Women know how to fake orgasm. Men know how to
fake an entire relationship.” ~ Sharon Stone

Unfortunately, the narcissist is sociopathic in that they often see themselves as victims, and lack remorse or the ability to empathize with others. They haven't the ability to see their own negative actions or the detrimental roles they play in their relationships with others. The narcissist is a deceptive man and the most common form of his deception is his own self-deception. He truly believes he is perfectly innocent of having committed any wrong-doing - ever.

He holds himself completely blameless for any part in the breakdown of your relationship. Don't hold your breath waiting for an apology from this man, or even an admittance on his part of being partially to blame - for anything. He believes he has done nothing wrong, as he is just so wonderful! (At least, in his on mind.)  

The sociopathic narcissist doesn't care about your problems or your feelings. He has absolutely no regard or respect for anyone's feelings; he is completely without empathy and is never above taken advantage of others for his own personal gain. The narcissistic sociopath is constantly hungry for praise and he will go on a feeding frenzy for the adoration and admiration he desperately seeks with every individual he comes in contact with. He is a legend in his own mind, and deeply living in a fantasy world built on his own imagined self-importance.

"The [sociopath and] narcissist can neither give nor receive love. He cannot empathize with the pain and suffering of others. Although he is often incredibly charming and draws many people into his enchanted circle, the narcissist is incapable of true intimacy. At the core of his life experience, the narcissist has emotionally and often financially harmed so many. He has treated others with cruelty, ruthlessness and indifference too many times. Ultimately, in the depth of his unconscious, he knows he is an empty fraud" ~Linda Martinez-Lewi Ph.D.

Nothing can be more painful than breaking up with a sociopathic narcissistic man. He will not take it kindly - not because he will grieve the loss of you (you mean nothing to this man) but simply because you will have embarrassed him. And damaging his ego is a totally unforgivable sin to the narcissist! I'm afraid you're about to become his next victim, so be aware of his soon-to-come character assassin of you. (Sociopaths and Narcissistic men [they all hold an actor's award] will say just about anything about another in order to protect their perfect 'image'.)

Remember that a narcissist will never take direct responsibility for anything. He will blame you, the alignment of the stars, an ancient family curse ... anything. Mine went as far as to blame a simple rock that a friend brought back to me from her vacation in Florida as bringing 'evil' into our home. He also blamed his 'nickname' for his 'bad luck' (after our breakup), saying that 'bad karma' was associated to that nickname and he stopped using it altogether. Other times (when he was especially evil to me) he claimed he would smell a 'sweet flowery-like' scent before we would have a fight and that it was an 'evil force' that was trying to come between us.

But mostly, he just blamed the children or I for everything he did wrong. And, fixing his wrongs would have meant that he would have had to admit to actually having them to begin with, so that concept wasn't even a consideration. Better just to blame you and move on with his life, than to admit he was flawed and/or wrong and work on bettering the relationship (or himself). Narcissists will never acknowledge or deal with the real problem, because the real problem is them!

Whether or not this has happened to you, it is still a very painful realization when you come to discover that you meant absolutely nothing to someone you loved very much. The realization that this man never loved you (don't delude yourself) hurts beyond compare. It is hard to understand that a sociopath narcissistic man loves only himself, and, if anything, considered you more a 'love-rival' than a 'lover'.


For most of us breaking up with a sociopath or a narcissist can leave us feeling confused, devastated, and untrusting of all men in the future.

Usually, when a relationship ends both parties grieve some, both parties have regrets and both parties have done things that they feel remorseful for.

But not a narcissist or a antisocial sociopath! He walks away from you with a cold, callous disregard. He feels nothing.

A narcissist will avoid looking at you - even if you are sitting right in front of him. This is his way of dismissing and devaluing you. There is nothing about his actions that are normal, but your mind can't conceive this and so it tries to understand. However, there is no making sense of the 'senseless'.

It is especially hard to let go of a relationship breakdown when you can't find any rhyme or reason to the way it all unfolded. We think that all people are good people and can't understand how someone could so easily just dismiss us as if we never existed.

Truth is, you didn't exist to the sociopath narcissist. He is so totally and completely self-centered to the point of being the only person in his life - ever. You simply were a temporary ego-boost. A narcissist supplier (an enforcer and validator of his self-love). His mirror.

You were taken in by his phony charm simply because you trusted men. And now you are left with doubts, insecurities, questions, and extreme hurt that one you cared for could so easily 'dismiss you' and then walk away completely unmoved and untouched by the experience.

You want him to hurt, too. To show sorrow. To feel remorse.

So that you can feel important again. Like you mattered.

But you didn't. And it has nothing to do with you. He simply is unable to care for anyone other than himself, no matter whom they are. And deep inside you know that you have just wasted years of your life on someone who is an empty fraud. It's like you imagined everything; nothing was real. He was a masterful actor when he was getting his ego fed; but now that he is not getting his narcissistic supply from you anymore he simply - and completely - has totally erased you from his life. It is important to remember that narcissists are 'plotters' and he has been plotting the destruction of the relationship since the very first moment his charming, but fake persona met you.

Expect your world to fall apart whereas his world will remain unscathed - as will his emotions. OOPS, pardon me, I made a mistake! Make that "his 'lack of' emotions". Sociopathic and Narcissistic men haven't any empathy for others, and will never take any direct responsibility for any pain they may have caused. They will never acknowledge their wrongdoings, or apologize to you, because they truly believe themselves to be perfect. They project all their faults and flaws onto you, accusing you of the very things that they, themselves, are guilty of.

In fact, throughout your entire relationship, you probably were lead to believe that you were the problem when in actuality it was their antisocial personality disorder or their narcissism that was at fault. You have subconsciously learned to take his attacks personally, because he is so very good at manipulating the people around him.

Narcissistic and sociopathic men play on the fact that most of us are trusting and forgiving, and that we want to believe in them.

Sociopathic narcissists are all about their image, and they spend an inordinate amount of time perfecting their false front, or their 'image'. He's forever aware of his impression on people, and he knows exactly what 'face' to put on to draw people into his magical circle of followers - all with the intent to enhance his own self-exaltation. He is an expert at even fooling himself into thinking he is larger than life and the more positive the feedback he receives, the more trapped in his mirror he becomes. He would rather have adoration from complete strangers than a deep meaningful relationship with a loving partner. His image is superficial and covers up his complete lack of inner awareness. He is, quite simply, an expert fake, forever on the search for a true acceptance, but never daring enough to show his 'real self' for fear of not receiving it.

The sad thing is, because he feels he is loved for his fake front, he never truly feels loved for his real self, and this just further enables and encourages his narcissism.

The sociopath or narcissistic mate displays many typical psychopathic characteristics. He may have falsely displayed deep emotion toward you (when he was in your good graces). In reality, he was less concerned with you than with making himself look good. In the romance department, a narcissist or a histrionic man has an uncanny ability to gain your trust and affection quickly, disarming you with his charm and captivating you with his many grandiose plans. If he cheats on you you'll probably find forgiveness for him - maybe even blame yourself for his infidelities - but one day when you've had enough, he'll leave you with nothing but the breath-taking epiphany that your whole life with him has been a lie. He'll also, most likely, leave you with an empty pocketbook, too. Of course, by this time he'll already have a new 'sucker' under his wing, and could care less what he has done to you.

Yes, living with, loving and leaving a sociopathic narcissistic man is an experience unlike any other! You are deeply confused and weakened by the abuse. He wants you to pay for his inner pain, and he will do everything in his power to punish you and push you over the brink. Your mind can't rationalize that these men are not 'normal', and it tries to make sense of their behavior.

"I guess what burned me the most was that most people thought he was great and I was horrible for hurting poor, poor him...while they were worshipping him I was left with his chewed-up, spit-out mess. The bills, the kids, the dogs; his narcissistic fallout.

The real life, the responsibilities.

The broken car.

The dead water heater. The clogged drains. The leaking roof.

The bill collectors.

The threatened foreclosures.

He was a free man. Walked away from it all. I was the responsible party who had to mop off his stage when he got through with it. His narcissism turned me from a beautifully spirited and happy woman before I met him into the walking dead afterwards.

MY life was drained out of me after years of confusion by his backstabbing, abuse, lies, and lack of caring. I had circles under my eyes. I was hospitalized for shingles. I had lost 40 lbs and now had legs like a chicken (yep!). My back sagged, my head ached, my chest hurt, and I sometimes needed beer just to get to sleep at night, and even then I would wake up after two or three hours worrying about everything.

I was a mess.

The world was on my back.

The world was at his feet.

He walked away from everything. A true narcissist. Talking himself and charming himself out of every situation, he never believed that he actually had any responsibilities at all. Everything was disposable to him once it lost its narcissistic supply advantages. When he knew his game was up, he so easily convinced himself that they were all my bills, everything was my doing...I stopped his narcissistic supply so this is the price I will now pay (narcissists like to 'punish'). I complained to him once about the entire burden he dumped squarely on my shoulders; he simply said, "Let it go, will ya?" His egotistical narcissistic mind thought I was pining away for him and not merely exhausted from the load he dumped on me. Yet this very same man had the audacity to yell at me when I took him and his vehicle off of my auto insurance coverage plan 12 MONTHS AFTER we broke up. Seriously! No thank you's for keeping him covered for an entire year … just indignant outrage that I had finally stopped!"

NOTE: Here's a picture of the bills EXACTLY as my coward narcissist left them (strategically spread out) for me on our bed when he ran away - off to be the 'Charming Fake' on his new ego-driven mission of destruction ...

"Dear Friend,

Nobody knows better the pain of living with, loving, and leaving a sociopathic narcissist better than I. I have been there and I know, first hand, how it feels to be the guiding shadow of this damaged man. I know about the psychological, verbal, and emotional abuse. I know about the neglect. I know how it feels to never have had him there for you - ever.

I know what it is like to sit there in silence and listen to him talk about himself all day - and all night. I know what it is like to never, ever be acknowledged or put first.

I know what it is like to have him dislike everything about you - from your perfume to the car you drive to your very own friends. 

I know what to expect when breaking up with this man. And I know the damage that can be done to the woman that loves him and leaves him.

And I want to share my knowledge with you, so that you may be spared the heartache associated with a breakup in a narcissistic-based relationship.

If you want to read about this man ... and really learn all about everything you have been through, plus get real explanations to why you feel the way you do, then you must read on.

The secrets about him I am about to share with you will reveal the answers to your many questions and bring you to a better place and peace of mind.

Answers like...

  • why he treats you like 'The Enemy'
  • what are the histrionic and narcissism disorder signs and how can you recognize them
  • why any argument with him always leads to him being the 'damaged party ' and you feeling beaten without ever having even opened your mouth
  • why, even after you have left him, you still hurt instead of feeling good to finally be rid of all the pain caused by his antisocial behavior disorder or by his narcissism
  • why he hates everything you like - from your music preference and perfume, to your friends and pets
  • why he disagrees with any of your choices, opinions, or beliefs
  • how he truly feels about you, and why it matters to you so much
  • who the Toxic Narcissist is, and how to recognize which type of the Nine Types of Toxic Narcissists your man is (Yes, they are not all alike!)
  • why Narcissists are rarely faithful, and why it has nothing to do with you
  • what to expect in and after the breakup
  • why he has distorted views of you
  • why he never will be able to take responsibility for anything
  • how people who know him really feel about him, and why
  • why you went from his 'partner' to his 'rival' - almost overnight
  • what the "Three A's" are that motivate the narcissist and how they influenced your relationship with him
  • how to recover - really recover - from the worst nightmare of your life, loving and leaving a narcissist or sociopath
  • why he 'demonizes' and 'devalues' you
  • why, when you are around him, you behave in a manner that is totally unlike your normal, beautiful self
  • recognizing the symptoms and learning the definitions of Histrionics and Narcissism
  • how to survive a narcissist
  • narcissistic personality disorder, traits, and behavior in men
  • signs and traits of a narcissist relationship and a histrionic relationship

Sounds to good to be true? It's not! You will get the answers you need to finally find some peace in your life ... Something that is probably long over due if you have been with anyone who has narcissism!

"Imagine a pair of binoculars. The narcissist sees his self through the magnified side, and the rest of the world through the small, insignificant side. He is so self-absorbed that people outside of him only have importance as long as they are feeding his blown up self-image. Ironically, he is never ever worshipped or adored anywhere near what he thinks he is.

Most people find this man to be pompous, self-centered, boisterous, conceited, and pretentious. With extreme emphasis on the pretentious part! His fantasies of being the best, smartest, most talented, most loved and most popular are - most assuredly - all in his head. He is a legend in his own mind, and the importance of you last only as long as you haven't discovered the real man inside. Once you have he knows his fake gig (with you) is up and so then are you. He doesn't want to have to face - or even acknowledge his real self - so he will dump you like toxic waste and move on, rabidly seeking a new audience for his displays of grandiosity."

Yes, there is nothing real about this man!

"It can be completely unnerving to see this beautiful public persona become a creature from Hades once alone outside of ear and eye shot of everyone else. His roughshod treatment of you causes many an ugly scene from your play as you act out in self-defense; act crazy from the confusion of loving the fake persona and feeling the rejection and contempt from him.

Or you may simply hold it all inside, becoming quiet and depressed while feeling your self-esteem plummet as you take direct ownership over the mean treatment and comments doled out to you by the narcissist. The inner emotional pain and confusion can only be topped by the blatant way he can control those around him into thinking he is right, wonderful, and 'standing in the light of truth'...nothing could be further from the truth, though, but your untrained eye cannot see this."

The sociopath and the narcissistic ex continually acts in abusive, bewildering and confusing ways. He is not above committing destructive acts. When the breakup becomes a reality, it is likely that his 'false persona' will completely disappear all together and you will most likely experience the most hurtful of behavior from him. He is completely lacking in empathy, and - since he is not receiving any admiration from you anymore - he will dismiss you and discard you as worthless to him, consequently dropping any fake front that he use to put up in order to keep you in the relationship.

"Narcissists become particularly shameless during a divorce. They accuse the other spouse of neglecting the children when the reverse is true. They hide their assets long before the formal divorce proceedings begin. They lie about their net worth so they don't have to part with alimony or child support. Some narcissists, both male and female, abandon their families all together and start new lives with more attractive, adoring and compliant partners. Leaving the previous spouse and children in a state of financial and psychological chaos is of no consequence to them. Many narcissists repeat these egregious patterns of behavior throughout their lives without shame or regret." ~ Linda Martinez-Lewi Ph.D.


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