Profile of a Narcissistic Sociopath – Charming, Manipulative, Grandiose, Lying, Authoritarian, Secretive, Divisive…

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Profile of the Narcissistic Sociopath

Think you can spot a sociopath/psychopath? Think again.

According to experts, this behavior affects 3% to 5% of the population, which could mean more than 15 million people in the USA with these characteristics, or up to 1 in 20 people – higher percentages than one might realize. The people affected are millions more. Are you one of them?

Sociopath-imageIn general, psychopaths come from all walks of life. They’re our friends, lovers, co-workers and leaders. They’re outgoing and persuasive, dazzling you with charm and flattery.  Knowing the profile characteristics might help you to avoid being scammed or hurt by someone you trust. Or, you might already be in a situation and are confused by the others behavior.  Be aware of the characteristics.  Be smart.

What is a narcissistic sociopath?

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4 thoughts on “Profile of a Narcissistic Sociopath – Charming, Manipulative, Grandiose, Lying, Authoritarian, Secretive, Divisive…

    dave said:
    February 1, 2016 at 9:18 am

    maybe i need some help with this i might be one of these people

      truthlover5 responded:
      February 1, 2016 at 9:33 am

      What behavior patterns indicate you might be one of these people? Remember, becoming aware, and considering that you no longer want to live with those patterns, is the first step to a better life.

      truthlover5 responded:
      February 6, 2016 at 3:32 pm

      Dave, I haven’t heard back from you and I want to make sure you know that Jess and I are here for you. Don’t let anyone tell you that there is no hope for you. That is totally incorrect. Jess’s Transformation page shows otherwise. Get back to us on this and let’s have an open, honest dialogue.

    Jess said:
    February 2, 2016 at 9:07 pm

    Dave, think about a person, be it family, girlfriend, who ever a person would normally consider close, if you had the chance to take your needs from them and then drop them without a second thought, that kind of thing isnt normal, and it took me a long time to figure that out. Has every single girlfriend you have had end in what you would call a bad break up? guess what, so did I, and then i went to work, and everything that follows isnt normal either. Think of this ONE question, “How can anyone be ok with what ive done to them” and then think about it, at that point, you will know.

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