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How To Get Over A Sociopath
I have a problem with compulsive lieing and minupliating people to get my ways I'm scared to death I'm A sociopath. Are these symptoms?
I commend you for being honest about compulsive lying and manipulating people to get my ways.
Being scared to death I'm A sociopath indicates that you want to improve yourself.
You are not sociopath if you do not have reckless disregard for your others, safety, have remorse for your actions, do not get in physical fights or assault, do not get arrested, and follow the LAW.
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A sociopath is someone who exemplifies antisocial personality disorder. Sociopaths are glib and superficially charming; they are masters of influence and deception. They have no guilt or remorse about exploiting or manipulating other people; winning is the most important thing. They can use words poetically and almost hypnotically. When veracity is challenged, ...Read more
Nature vs nurture: I believe the current thinking is that sociopathy is more genetic than psychodynamic. In other words, you're a sociopath for the same reason nonsociopaths are not: you were born that way. Like Donald Trump. Interesting that you're curious; I thought that because sociopaths have no conscience, they don't care how they got that way. Maybe you're less of a sociopath than you think. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I want to see if I'm a sociopath but I don't want to get labeled or my parent's to know can I check anonymously or here?
Yes, but not here: Yes you will have anonymity, your parents do not have to know. And you will not be labled. All this stuff is private. But this website is not the place. You need to see a counselor, or trusted teacher, or doctor. They will all keep this private and get you to the person you need to see. You will feel much better once you have someone to talk to who will keep what you say private. Go soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Patience & drugs:
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Exercise: Exercise is a great way to relieve stress. Your body releases endorphins during exercise, which can help you feel calm. If you exercise 30 – 60 minutes a day, your stress levels can improve. When stressed, take 5 slow, deep breaths with your eyes closed, then roll your shoulders forward 5 times, then back 5 times. This will slow your heart rate and release tension in your neck and shoulders. ...Read more
Practice!: Check out a collection of answers at http://alvinblin. Blogspot. Com/search/label/premature%20ejaculation. It comes down to practice & technique. Wearing a condom helps. Some guys do better using numbing agent. 2nd time around is better b/c refractory period. If necessary, consider ssri which is associated w/anorgasmia (delay in orgasm). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Specialist therapy: There are therapists who specialize in this issue and, depending on your situation, might have couples sessions as well as individual ones. Even group work with other jealous people can help like aa does. You have to really accept that whatever the other person(s) did or didn't do — you have a separate issue to work through, jealousy. You may have made a great start in your query! Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Marijuana craving: I agree with dr. Fowler's suggestions. Also, n-acetyl cysteine has some research support. It is an over the counter supplement, but an addiction medicine doctor could help you more personally. You can locate such a physician here: http://www.Asam. Org/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why could it be that I don't like being close to people physically and is there a way to get over it?
Pastoral counseling: Or a grief counselor. At times like this there is no way to avoid asking ultimate questions. Dealing with these questions becomes important whether you are an atheist or believer. Grief is like having part of you inner self amputated. If it's a spouse you go from living as a twosome to being on your lonesome. It can be devastating. Each religion has developed its own specialists to help deal with this. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Focus on them: Shy people tend to be preoccupied with themselves (e.g., will people like me?) when they encounter others. Consider, the next time you meet someone, focus on learning about the other person (a favorite subject for many). This will take the spotlight off you, and may help you relax. Relaxation and mindfulness skills can also be invaluable as can developing interests to bolster your self-confidence. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Exposure: Shyness like other traits, can be modified, but not completely eliminated. Exposing yourself to new situations with unknown people repeatedly may ib essence desensitize yourself to shyness in these situations. By forcing yourself to meet and interact with ubfamiliar people may also boost your self- confidence. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An important component to any treatment is establishish how the injury occured to begin with. For example, if you have a flatfoot, this will place undue pressure on the tendons that run on the inside of your ankle or posterior tibial tendon. If however, they were injured from an accident the biomechanics may not play such an important role.
Bracing, physical therapy and possibly "prp" injections. ...Read more
Grief and loss: Grief is a process of working through a loss so that you eventually develop a way of living without that person in your everyday life (except in your heart, of course). To accomplish this, you need community support: friends, family, possibly support group, and maybe even professional counseling/therapy. Feel your feelings; weep as it comes up for you. Take walks. Care for yourself. Accept hugs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CBT: Seek a cognitive-behavioral therapist who specializes in phobias. One method they use is systematic desensitization which slowly and incrementally brings the person closer and closer to the thing they are afraid of in slow, graduated steps that help make the anxiety more tolerable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers