Significant Other Or Significant Sociopath?

Bella Breakdown

Not every relationship is healthy, but it’s always good to know if you’re actually dating a sociopath or not. The signs might not be as clear cut as you think, so we’re gonna break this one down sweet and simple to see if you need to save yourself from a toxic relationship.

1. Control Issues
No relationship should ever leave one person feeling like they can’t hang out with other friends without angering their significant other. Sociopaths are usually manipulative because they don’t have regard for other people’s emotions. Therefore, they might try to limit your interactions with others and control your life.

2. Easily Angered
Certain topics can easily trigger sociopaths into having adverse reactions. You should always feel safe in your relationship, not like you’re tip-toeing around certain things that could potentially push your significant other over the edge.

3. Avoidant Personality
Some people think sociopaths are very self obsessed, but that’s not always the case. A lot of sociopaths try and avoid talking about their past, and once again get angry if you start asking too many questions. Especially when it comes to their past relationships, they will try to dismiss that topic by any means necessary.

4. Right and Wrong
Sociopaths sometimes can’t tell the difference between these two concepts. It doesn’t mean that they don’t understand what is right and what isn’t, but for them, the line gets blurred. They might try and justify actions for things they should not have done because they don’t see them as wrong.

The main takeaway from all these pointers is to keep yourself safe. If you feel like you’re in a toxic or unhealthy relationship, talk to someone about it. Sociopath or not, if you feel unsafe around your significant other, it might be time to find a new one.

Author: Josh Harlow

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