Dating a sociopath
A relationship with a sociopath will drain you emotionally and often times, financially.While you may not believe you could be in a relationship with a sociopath, millions of people are and don't even know it until it's too late. He takes advantage of others by being a pathological liar, showing that he has emotion when he doesn't and having no remorse for his wrongdoings.
Most people will begin to have symptoms as teenagers and will engage in criminal activity, becoming a juvenile delinquent.Sociopaths have no consciences as much as they tell you that they do.You may not know all of the tactics he is up to because he is an experienced liar.Many of them are pathological liars, believing their own stories until they don't work for them and then they simply just change them.When you catch him in his lies, he will seem genuinely sorry and it will be hard not to forgive him.He will again turn on the flattery he demonstrated when he first captured your heart and you will once again fall for him, only to become a victim again.
Over time, your boyfriend/husband may feel that he is losing at his game with you and will do something to break your heart forever such as leave you without a penny to your name.
If you're thinking that he would never do that to you, think again.
However, don't think that just because your man doesn't have a record that he doesn't have antisocial personality disorder (another name for sociopath).
Many of them never get caught because they are phenomenal at covering their tracks.
This is why serial killers get away with killing so many people for so many years. With his dazzling charm, he will work diligently to win your love and trust.
Once he has captured you under his spell, he will begin victimizing and using you to get whatever he wants when he wants it.