“I bet people in your life questioned why you ended up with some psychopathic loon for a partner, and just how did you become so compliant? Where did your strength, your energy, your inner fight and determination go? How did this person end up wielding SO much power and control over your life?
For some people, it was an easy target. The person was either sick, heartbroken, looking for someone or bereaved. The weak and the vulnerable are easy targets. But what about the other people? Those with good careers? Strong, independent people? Just how did you end up in a relationship with someone who held so much power and control over your life?
Shhhhh….. it is far more than seduction techniques
Let’s face it most people can see through a sleaze bag chat up person a mile off. Their fake smile, and cheesy lines say it all. The cracks start to appear almost from day one. But the Sociopath is different. They have mastered their craft. Being without the normal range of human emotions, they are not held back, and are free to take over another persons life.
This is more than the average seduction techniques. One that you might witness on a used car sales lot as the sleaze bag tries to convince you to buy a clapped out banger. Trying to convince you that it is the bargain of the century that you won’t get elsewhere.
The Sociopath is a master at their craft. Sociopaths need victims that they can own, possess and control. The initial stage is the assessment, where they appear very interested in you, your life, your history, your family and friends. You wouldn’t know that their stories about their life, are either wildly elaborate from the truth, or more likely, outrageous lies. The mirroring of their experiences with yours builds an initial sense of trust. You see, gaining your trust is of utmost importance to the Sociopath. Without trust, you are nothing to them. They need to gain trust, and then the real work can commence.
By asking you a set of questions, creating false scenarios, to see how you respond and react, observing how you interact with others, and how others interact with you, they can build an accurate picture of:
Your core soul wound
I do not think that it was an accident that my ex, when he took off onto internet dating sites (they can’t be alone) after we split, he used the name ‘soul soother’.
At interview/assessment stage the Sociopath will discover:
- Who you are
- Any weaknesses In your armour
- Any unresolved hurt and pain from the past
- Any issues from childhood
- Who are your support network (who will stand in the way)
- Ultimately, what your core soul wound is”
Transsociopathica, when he was trying to sell his “demon theory” of psychopathy, had a commenter (probably himself actually, his blog was simultaneously a fraud and deep truth containing) write in that empaths ‘walk around practically screaming their deepest emotional needs, and that he [the commenter] could effortlessly become the person to answer those needs’ (paraphrasing from memory). Their skills are that deep.