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Sociopaths' Deeply Embedded Wrath

Updated on July 23, 2017
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Poetry and Stories to help raise awareness, and insight, into intrusive, and dangerous, personality disorders, and to encourage healing.

Treasured and Trashed

It is best to lessen our pride, and "turn the other cheek" when we are able to do so because we never know if we are dealing with a Sociopath or a Psychopath. Do not seek vengeance; let it go. Get Educated on these types of dark entities. Sociopaths are very dangerous and will go to any length to "win". In due season, God will issue out His Rightful Judgements upon evil entities who purposefully harm others, and relentlessly refuse to seek forgiveness and restitution.

Psychopaths and Sociopaths


Psychopath and Sociopath,

from whence, pray tell,

is the foundation

of your deeply-embedded wrath?


Is it childhood wounds

that you could not sort through,

or is it faulty wiring, and thus,

it's short-circuit, chaotic aftermath?


Psychopath and Sociopath,

from whence, pray tell,

comes the knowledge

to conspire your intricate, cunning game?


Is it a particular subject

you were taught in school,

or is it a genetic mutation

that gives you this thrill to maim?


Validation

Source

Sociopaths

Source

Richard Grannon- Difference between Narcissists and Psychopaths

What's The Difference?

Do you know the difference between a Psychopath and a Sociopath?

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© 2017 Tamara Yancosky

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      Tamara Yancosky 6 weeks ago from No Idea Where

      Thank you, Wpcooper, for your support and appreciation. It has made my day a much happier one!

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      Finn Liam Cooper 6 weeks ago from Los Angeles

      wow....good poetry and an interesting subject. I like your use of language and rhythm....makes me think of Blake for some reason.

      And of course the curious questions on what makes someone towards those inclinations

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      I am so glad we are in touch, too, Linda! Yes, everything you say about your sis' Sociopath is relative to my own experiences since underneath their mask, they are all basically the same cunning, sinister, calculating, ruthless beings.

      This is a blessing that your sis' children had you, too, in their lives! Aunt Mom...So Sweeeet.

      You have an incredible memory to remember that this was me! I remembered you, but you did not change your pen name like I did! Excellent that you were able to put this together the way I change things around so much :-) I even confuse myself...lol.

      Have a lovely good night's sleep, and remember that you are not alone.

      Biggest Hugs,

      Tamara

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      Linda Rogers 2 months ago from Minnesota

      So glad we found each other again. I totally remember you and that's why I was a little confused that I wasn't following you. Sorry to hear we have both crossed path's with the Narcissistic Sociopath. Sis still has to deal with him because they have two kids together, but it's less now that the kids are in college. The kids tell us they they are grateful they have two Mom's (their Mom and me, Aunt Mom) because that is where they get support, love and direction. Sis and cried when we recently read a card the kids gave us from this past Mother's Day-It said how they are who they are because of us. It meant the world to us as that was always our intention. Making sure we gave them double the love because they would never get it from the father. So glad we are connected again my friend. Have a great rest of the weekend.

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Ah, thank you dearly, Minnetonka, for your very sweet comment; it means everything to me. I am so sorry your sister was in this type of indescribably abusive relationship and that you were all affected. Yes, these kind not only hurt the ones directly in their path, but they also terrorize people anywhere near the vicinity. Yes, they do isolate their victims. I've been there a very long time ago. They have no conscience or empathy, and some of them know what they are doing, but do not care (no conscience or empathy), and for others of their kind, it's more of a knee-jerk abusive nature and they actually do think they are in the right. But, as I mentioned, many do know exactly what they are doing.

      It just dawned on me that when I first started out on Hubpages, you were the very first person who I followed, and I commented on one of your articles that touched me very deeply...it still does, in fact. But, I needed to deactivate my Hubpages, and start over due to some technical issues, and when I signed back up, again, I could not find you. I had forgotten your Hubpages name. So, I am so glad to have found you, again (or, visa versa)!

      Warm Hugs,

      Tamara

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      Linda Rogers 2 months ago from Minnesota

      Hi Tamara-Incredible poem on the dangerous personality disorder of Narcissistic Sociopath. My sister was married to a man for 13 years and finally got out of it but not without lots of scars. Her life was a living hell and affected me and anyone else who dared get near her as he isolated her to confuse and gain power. You will never win with a Narcissistic Sociopath. Education is one of the best ways to get out this relationship and heal because it's a confusing disorder to those of us that have empathy. Thanks for writing these articles to help anyone who is in this kind or relationship or knows someone in it.

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Thank you so much for your encouraging words, ChitrangadaSharon! I, too, have experienced these kind and the darkness that surrounds them. I wish to help others to not become ensnared as their masks hide the truth of what they are. It would be easier if they looked like monsters, but they do not. They feign normalcy extremely well!

      Loving Hugs,

      Tamara

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      Chitrangada Sharan 2 months ago from New Delhi, India

      Important message conveyed through your well expressed poem! Appreciate your efforts to write on such a topic!

      Yes such persons do exist in our society and we have to deal with them. Fortunately or unfortunately I have also come across people with such characteristics. I must admit that they steal your peace of mind when they are at it. But I feel satisfied that I have learnt to deal with them . Your quotes would be very helpful if someone encounters such people in real life.

      Thanks for sharing this thought provoking poem!

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Yes, it might be because you just posted it? I did go to your site, and read it, and commented. I really enjoyed this poem of yours!

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      GalaxyRat 2 months ago from The Crazy Rat Lady's House

      I just tried the link and it's not working... if it doesn't work for you, just go to my profile. The poem is the first one beneath Featured.

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Oh, I am happy you left your link as it makes it easier for me to find your poem! I will go check on it right now...

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      GalaxyRat 2 months ago from The Crazy Rat Lady's House

      I made a poem similar to your "Prince Harming" poem: http://hubpages.com/literature/Falling-Angel-by-Ga... Anyway, great poem, as always. ;)

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Thank you, Ms Dora! Yes, a dark issue that I wish to bring into the light if only so that others will be more able to be protected. I do not want others to be hurt.

      Love,

      Tamara

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Good point, Galaxy! I value your opinion. Some say that Psychopaths are born this way, but that Sociopaths are made.

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      GalaxyRat 2 months ago from The Crazy Rat Lady's House

      Good poem. I suppose people are never born with it- it becomes who they are as they grow, unless it's some mental illness. Abuse may have its role in some cases.

      -Galaxy

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 2 months ago from The Caribbean

      All your quotes are powerful but the very first one should really get our attention. You do a good job with lending the beautiful form of poetry to this dark issue of mental ill-health.

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      Tamara Yancosky 2 months ago from No Idea Where

      Thank you, Jodah, so much for your very kind comment. Yes, very dangerous personality disorders that are of great benefit to avoid. This is why I am trying to spread the word a bit so as to help others not get ensnared.

      Hugs!

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      John Hansen 2 months ago from Queensland Australia

      You pose some important questions in this well written poem, Tamara. Both personality types are very dangerous.