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Help my daughter is dating a sociopath

there is something very addictive about the rollercoaster of the sociopath, the adrenaline rush you sometimes get while trying to survive them, the constant state of heightened alert.its very hard to come down from, even though you aren’t always sure its happening.They were supposed to move out together a couple months ago, but when the day came he disappeared, then a couple weeks later she found out she was pregnant by him then they were in contact again.

” I’ve sent many, many people the link to that article. Isn’t there I understand that people become deeply bonded to sociopaths, especially when they are emotionally and physically intimate, and more especially when they are pregnant.

i thought the same things about my involvement with an alcoholic.

i had to hold an intervention for a dear friend with a drinking problem, as i feared for their life.

i think what gave me the most strength was my family, hearing the hurt in their voices when they tried to console me after whatever awful thing the spath said or did.

and i think that after i realized what was going on, having the support of my friends was very important too.


  1. Feb 22, 2017. My daughter's boyfriend is a psychopath and a sociopath. How do I convince her to. If she's an adult, it is certainly not any of your business whatsoever until she comes to you or asks for your help or opinion. If she's a teenager. Be happy that your daughter is dating someone smart. I'm sure she's smart.

  2. For those that do decide to seek help, they are likely to go because of a secondary issue such as substance abuse or court-mandated therapy after breaking the law. Personality disorders cannot be treated with medication. However, many sociopaths experience comorbid disorders, such as depression and anxiety, that can.

  3. Dec 9, 2013. I pray that my daughter and the many children out there who has a parent who is a soc who has abandoned them doesn't go through life wondering what they. I could tell she was smart, but had trouble “explaining things” now I know why, and felt I coudl help her get the right learning-support-resources.

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