You need to bring in professional psychological help. Don't try to go this alone. You can't. You need to involve an experienced therapist.
There are stories of people diagnosed as sociopaths who did improve to some degree, with the most ceaseless and diligent help. But since the vast majority of this huge body of people (there are more than three hundred million sociopaths on Earth) cannot get that kind of attention, they turn to abusing those they envy, and often to crime.
It is certainly vengeance: "If I can't have any of this, why should you?" This is the real reason sociopaths lash out at strong and kind people. No matter what they say, they know that inside, they are always empty and damaged beyond repair.
Only in neuroscience is there hope for these incomplete people. The key lies in awakening the brain, which is risky because sociopaths are much more prone to seizures than the rest of the population, and that -- an uncontrolled blast of electrical discharge spreading through the brain and causing violent convulsions -- is likely to be the first response from brain pathways that, after years or even decades of silence, are suddenly flooded with impulses. But if the devices of neurosurgeons can be tweaked to avoid this shock, and all else related to this idea is workable, it's feasible that small electronic devices planted in the brain (these already exist, but are not yet being used for mental illness) could open up a closed connection.
That leaves us with the problem of whether a lifetime of scattered information can ever be set into order. Probably the best that could be hoped for would be a kind of retraining -- like what is now done with stroke survivors and head injury patients -- that would be both intensive and compensatory.
One of the things that would be necessary would be to try to socialize the person whose congenital birth defect made such a thing completely impossible before.
Whatever intervention is used, be it drugs or computer chips or what have you, it would probably -- I'd say certainly -- be excruciating for the patient at first. With no knowledge of how to cope with the emotions the rest of the world has been dealing with all their lives, the recovering sociopath would be rendered as vulnerable as a baby. Which makes sense, because some of the most basic aspects of the human mind would be developing from the primordial stasis in which they had remained since birth!
A person thus treated would never be fully normal, but the human brain is amazing in the way it adapts and continues to develop all through life.
And given the utterly joyless and meaningless existence a sociopath leads, any improvement is better than none.
Is the sociopath mother on medicine to control her behavior? If not and the sociopath is a danger, then the innocent spouse needs to take legal action to protect himself and the child immediately (contact a lawyer, the county should have some programs to help those who cannot afford one). If the sociopath mother is on medicine, going to counseling and is compliant with her doctor there is not a whole lot you can do. The father will have a better chance in court to get full physical and legal custody.
There is no help for a sociopath. Sociopaths victims can only stay away from them. Do not help them but keep an eye on their life, it may sound harsh but a sociopath DOES NOT care what you think so you are not hurting them.
If your son is truly a sociopath, first, you should accept that YOU may not be able to help your son personally. You can best help him getting him help from a mental health specialist.
people can't help being a sociopath. they can hide symptoms, but that is about all they can do.
alone, i doubt it, because narcissist sometimes evolves into a sociopath, but with the help of a psychologist, then it can help, but i don't think time will help,but grow.
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Get and read a copy of "The Sociopath Next Door." Then give it to him to read, but you read it first.
Get him into counseling NOW.
There is no such thing as a sociopathic child. To be diagnossed with Antisocial Personality Disorder, the official name for a sociopath, you must be 18 year old.
You can help your spouse whose mother is ill and refusing help and therapy because helps the spouse what to expect and helps to know what to do at the moment.
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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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Get a doctor to come help you and erm......talk.Talk very long.
You don't. YOU GET AWAY FROM THEM. (see definitions of Narcissist and Sociopath)
A mental institution where he/she can get help that lasts a lifetime, usually
Sociopaths do not believe when you tell them and it may be very dangerous. Get help.
When a spouse has had an affair and broken that bond of trust it is difficult to earn back. Going to marriage counseling may help the situation and explain to the spouse that marriage counseling is not about blaming one of the spouses, but giving them tools to learn to communicate in their marriage and know how to rectify any future problems in their marriage. Many couples may have experienced one spouse having an affair and it is not uncommon for both couples to have an affair, but, they do manage to save their marriage. It is entirely up to the couple.
'Sociopath' only implies the potential for anti-social behavior. What the sociopath 'deserves' is psychiatric help to attempt warding off any such behavior. Perhaps, as a society, we extend our boundaries a bit too far, sometimes, but that is where citizen liberties enter into the picture.
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No, not really. Sociopathy is a personality disorder, and unlike a mental illness these cannot be "cured".
Sociopaths tend to be Incurable, but they should see a Psychiatrist for professional help. -almost anyone can fit the muzzle of a shotgun in their mouth