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Answered 2008-03-11 20:49:57

That's like putting two Pit Bulls into a gunny sack! A Psychopath is a very dangerous person so it is obvious that this relationship would never work out even if the Psychopath got psychological counseling.

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Not a healthy relationship.. that's for sure

He says he is not a psychopath but a "high functioning sociopath".

He was a psychopath or sociopath.

For some people, these two terms are interchangeable.

Yes it can be in many cases and also a sociopath....

The Defining characteristic of the narcissist is grandiosity. The narcissist is more likely to be attention seeking, envious and to desire admiration.The defining characteristic of the sociopath/psychopath is callousness. The sociopath/psychopath is more likely to engage in illegal activity, to be aggressive, impulsive and deceitful.

He was a psychopath/sociopath, and felt no empathy for his victims.

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By all means be polite and civil to a sociopath, but avoid a close relationship. Sociopaths want victims and are incapable of love. They can be very destructive, and a close relationship with a sociopath is often a very damaging experience.

Sociopathy and psychopathy are concepts that are related to Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), which was a suggested diagnosis for Ted Bundy.

A pathological liar could be a psychopath, but statistically speaking he is probably just narcissistic and/or ASPD (sociopath). Psychopaths are the extreme version of ASPD. Essentially it is someone who intentionally causes trauma to another.

Some signs that a person is a psychopath are that they will not follow through on any plans, and they threaten suicide often. They also will be very unreliable and have no shame.

A psychopath is a person with a mental illness. They are unable to learn from past mistakes, and usually seek pleasure in aggressive illegal acts like murder. Psychopathy is very similar to sociopathy, but not everyone who is a sociopath is also a psychopath. Psychopaths are more violent and dangerous.

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An individual cannot be both. Psychopathy is caused by genetic factors such as a shrunken amygdala or altered grey matter in your brain while sociopathy is caused by social factors such as severe trauma. Sociopathy is most definitely not just a newer word for psychopathy, however individuals with either condition usually share a lot of the same charecterstics. Sociopaths are also more likely to be able to form meaningful relationships than psychopaths.

Most people believe that sociopathy is mainly caused by trauma in early childhood. It's unlikely that an adult would suddenly switch his/her opinions completely, and it is also unlikely that a baby would be born a sociopath.

No, but they can be in a mental institution. hope this answers your question goodluck!

It is certainly possible for sociopaths to band together, forming gangs that can more effectively accomplish their pathological purposes. Insanity can be shared.

Psychopathy is a personality disorder characterized by an abnormal lack of empathy combined with abnormally immoral conduct despite an ability to appear normal. ...sociopath: someone with a sociopathic personality; a person with an antisocial personality disorder (`psychopath' was once widely used but has now been superseded by `sociopath')

Approximate estimations put the percentage of people with anti-social personality disorder,(the term sociopath or psychopath is outdated), at 1 in 100,or 10 percent of the American population.

if they are seriously a sociopath take them to get help and then let them know you wanna end it.. i think itd be alittle dangerous to flat out tell them. hope this helps!

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