) and plain old fashioned “coolness.” They do have people who are impressed with them and fooled into admiring them for short periods of time – including their children in some cases! to love their children – and even fool professional mental heath specialists and psychologists, and are perceived perhaps as Narcissists by them, but frequently not for the monsters they truly are – imagine how deeply they trick their children. In cases of divorce Narcissists will and do hang around.
If you happen to know one of these people, then how can you avoid becoming a victim of their abuse?To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.Sociopaths are obsessively concerned with what they think of as their “good reputation.” In their minds all eyes are on them, and they think they have a “following” – adoring fans – who judge the Sociopath on his great goodness and benevolence (hilarious! Their love hurts like h-e-double-toothpicks, but to a child – it’s love – painful love, but – hey, It’s our mom or dad. Leverage their needs, vanity, self-obsession and cold, emotionless heart to get them out. After about three months (give or take), the sociopath will be while they’re still there. They are not always victims of childhood abuse or neglect.