What are the traits of a narcissistic Sociopath?
It’s much easier to spot a narcissistic sociopath on TV than it is in real life.
You know, those dangerous serial killers running around with machetes?
If you are reading this right now… you probably already know it is the complete opposite.
They are masterminds of disguise and manipulation.
It’s much more complex to become a narcissistic sociopath.
With that being said, a few traits you notice in a friend or family member won’t be enough for them to claim this title.
Let’s break down the two disorders that have to mix in order for somebody to be an actual sadistic narcissistic Sociopath.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
It is not common to see, but people can definitely be diagnosed with those two disorders.
It is not as common to see, but people can absolutely be diagnosed with both disorders.
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Definition of a narcissistic sociopath
A combination of a lack of empathy for others plus a grandiose self-admiration receives the diagnosis of a narcissistic sociopath. They can use other people, exploit them and then dump or dispose of them when they’re done, without feeling any guilt whatsoever.
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How to hurt a Narcissistic Sociopath?
Unfortunately, the manipulators do not stop the narcissistic abuse.
It can be subtle. Pay attention to what your children say to you, and act on it immediately.
Keep in mind, all rage will go to your children because you cannot be phased anymore by this demon.
You must teach your children how to put the armour of defence against this disorder, but you may have to suit them up along the way.
That means studying sociopath traits to know the difference between each personality.
Children are very smart, and all they need is one parent to look up to.
It may seem at times they are against you, but be patient and watch as they always come back to the positive parent.
You provide the “place of protection” from all the negative talk they have been hearing, and let me tell you from experience:
The bond becomes much bigger when they realize they have that with you.
However, it’s bittersweet.
I remember when my daughter was being turned against me and I couldn’t wait for her to resent her Mother.
Now that it’s happening…
it’s heartbreaking to see a relationship crumble for nothing.
How do I deal with a narcissistic Sociopath?
They will suck all the happiness and joy you have in your life.
You will be depressed day after day trying to fix somebody that can’t be fixed.
If you can turn around and walk away, just do it.
Unfortunately, when children are involved it isn’t so easy to walk away.
If this is the case, you must protect your children from the subtle abuse immediately.
It’s not easy to ignore the narcissistic abuse, and inflicting opening deep childhood wounds is the main cause of child abuse.
This happens when you invest your wasted time in getting revenge on a narcissist.
I call it “damage control” which is a daily battle with my daughter’s narcissistic Mother and looking back, I wish I educated myself on the consequences.
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Co-parenting with an egotistical self-involved person means to just be a team member in spite of them.
This is crucial to protecting your children from certain rage explosions.
Attacks will come in various ways, such as:
You will have to be tough and always think of your children.
We know what happens when people are raised by Narcissists so that should be enough for you to be the better parent.
Of course, going no contact might not be possible.
This is why using the Gray Rock Method has been my golden ticket.
This enables you to communicate, but with no emotion.
Narcissistic Sociopaths will eventually become bored with your lack of emotion.
Accordingly, dull responses will minimize the abuse that has trickled down to your children.
The main goal is to, “stroke the ego” of the other parent, but not too much.
Set your boundaries, without telling them you have set boundaries.
A Narcissist feeds off of drama, manipulation, and of course getting you upset with their ridiculous demands.
They love things to be easy bait, so if they have to work for it they will slowly leave you alone.
With that being said, they will be on to their next victim if they aren’t already.
This is where your children will be in the next phase of abuse, the new partner and more parental alienation of pushing you out of the picture.