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Is My Husband A Sociopath?

Updated on August 12, 2012

Did his charm make you fall in love? Starting to notice some odd or scary behavior? Are you starting to question your husbands mental state? These tell tale signs will help you to determine if you are married to a sociopath.

He Lies to You

Sociopaths have a natural impulse to lie. He constantly feels the need to lie to you, even if it is the most insignificant thing.

He's Violent at Times

Sudden outbursts are very common with sociopaths, even the smallest thing can send them into a wild rage. You find yourself walking on eggshells at all times.

He's a Charmer

He can gain anyones trust. People adore him. You begin to see two sides of him, the charmer and the violent, vulgar man. You may feel that if you told someone about his behavior, no one would believe you. This his because of his ability to charm just about anyone that crosses his path.

Lack of Remorse, Shame or Guilt

He is ruthless, he can commit a crime, abuse you, lie, cheat or steal and feel no shame. He acts as if he can do no wrong.

Promiscuous Sexual Behavior/Infidelity

You see signs of infielity, but because of his charm and lack of remorse, he can easily sway you to believe that he is the most faithful man. Sociopaths are great cheaters because they feel nothing.

Criminal or Entrepreneurial Versatility

He changes his name or appearance. You may find old business cards or ID's with a different name, bills or credit card reciepts.


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