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Emotional Vampires

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RabidMongoose

Firstly I realise a link between sociopathy and homosexuality is controversial in present day society. Secondly, there is no consensus between all experts in all countries as to what is a sociopath and what is instead a psychopath.

The following link is referring to what would be a sociopath in UK psychology. The reason being is psychopathy for us is a genetic only condition so it doesnt include the abuse that creates the identity disorder involved in sociopathy. The following article is about psychopaths (UK sociopaths) lacking a gender identity http://psychopathsandlove.com/a-hidden-fact-of-psychopaths-they-have-no-gender/ 

The conclusion reached is they engage in heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transsexual behaviour and present themselves to the world as the option they have picked. But in fact they have no underlying sexual identity.

Another article written by a sociopath on sociopath world says the same thing http://www.sociopathworld.com/2009/05/sexuality-and-sociopathy.html in that they have no particular sexual identity. For those who dont know, when homosexuality was classed as a mental illness in the (DSM) it was listed as a sociopathic personality disturbance. In essence, the underlying problem is they have no identity which includes no sexual identity.

Unfortunately the DSM was lumping all the homosexuals under the banner of sociopaths. Not all homosexuals are sociopaths, they can develop the wrong gender identity which is a gender identity not a lack of one.

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RabidMongoose
On ‎04‎/‎08‎/‎2018 at 3:19 AM, LightAngel said:

We see a lot of codependent tendencies in Church leaders when they cover up sexual abuse!

Yes, any organisation of people which has sociopaths that arent gotten rid off has co-dependency problems.

Sociopaths are good at sniffing out broken people. By broken I mean the parents broke them mentally during childhood and the result is they give abusers everything they want to avoid being targeted. Worse, they cave psychologically to them too meaning they accept the reality dictated to them by the sociopath without question. If you try to get them to question what they are told you get anger and panic out of them.

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GoldenWolf
5 hours ago, RabidMongoose said:

Yes, any organisation of people which has sociopaths that arent gotten rid off has co-dependency problems.

Sociopaths are good at sniffing out broken people. By broken I mean the parents broke them mentally during childhood and the result is they give abusers everything they want to avoid being targeted. Worse, they cave psychologically to them too meaning they accept the reality dictated to them by the sociopath without question. If you try to get them to question what they are told you get anger and panic out of them.

Maybe there should be a commandment for thou shall honor thy children....

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LightAngel
19 hours ago, RabidMongoose said:

Yes, any organisation of people which has sociopaths that arent gotten rid off has co-dependency problems.

Sociopaths are good at sniffing out broken people. By broken I mean the parents broke them mentally during childhood and the result is they give abusers everything they want to avoid being targeted. Worse, they cave psychologically to them too meaning they accept the reality dictated to them by the sociopath without question. If you try to get them to question what they are told you get anger and panic out of them.

 

Yes.

Because they have open wounds.

Mental wounds are just as painful as physical wounds. 

Love is the biggest healer, so if you want to be a part of the solution then please remember that.

Again...... all we can do is inspire each other, but with a kind attitude and the right kind of tools we can come a long way.

 

 

 

 

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LightAngel
On 27/11/2018 at 9:58 PM, RabidMongoose said:

 

Sociopaths are normally homosexual or transgender (although someone can be homosexual or transgender without being a sociopath) and they have narcissism in their disorder. 

 

 

I didn't look for my own answers here.

And society only did very little research on this topic!

So.......... how can you be so sure?!

Did you do your own research?!

I actually didn't want to post a reply here because I was a little afraid to hurt some people's feelings.

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LightAngel

 

 

"Sociopath vs Psychopath - What's The Difference?"

 

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Sheltie

Empathic, highly sensitive people tend to have more difficulties with emotional vampires because they are more easily effected by their social surroundings.  Some people may have the ability to simply tune them out but I have trouble ignoring them.       

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GoodReality
9 hours ago, Sheltie said:

Empathic, highly sensitive people tend to have more difficulties with emotional vampires because they are more easily effected by their social surroundings.  Some people may have the ability to simply tune them out but I have trouble ignoring them.       

It depends on your perspective 

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LightAngel
On 13/1/2019 at 8:45 PM, Sheltie said:

Empathic, highly sensitive people tend to have more difficulties with emotional vampires because they are more easily effected by their social surroundings.  Some people may have the ability to simply tune them out but I have trouble ignoring them.       

 

Very true.

You should have the biggest empathy for yourself, never forget that!

You can learn to protect yourself, but it will take some work.

 

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