It's easy to be taken in by their confidence and charm.But somewhere along the way you begin to suspect they're lying, and that their emotions are not genuine.A person who is a sociopath lies compulsively, shows no guilt or remorse and lacks the capacity for love.Their lies can seem so genuine, and the self they've constructed so real, that when they're gone you can be left wondering if you'll ever trust anyone again. A professional can help you sort through the anger and grief, and remind you that you can and likely will love again. Her short stories have been published in several anthologies.Her journalistic work can be found in major magazines and newspapers. Sociopaths can seem quite compelling when you first meet them.
The longer you are away from a sociopath, the clearer it will become that he was lying to you, and the more grounded you'll become in reality. Change your locks, change your phone number and install a security system if necessary.
Your sociopathic ex may have convinced you everything that went wrong in the relationship was your fault.
Your therapist can teach you skills for battling this thought when it arises. This means no phone calls, no emails, no contact of any kind.
Save all threatening voice mails, emails or letters.
Hire an attorney if necessary to draw up a restraining order. It can be easy to mistrust the world after being fooled by a sociopath.
Take comfort in the company of friends and family who love you. Do whatever it takes to remind yourself, daily, that there are good and honest people in the world.