What are the actions, situations and things that can possibly trigger the anger of a sociopath?
What upsets a sociopath?
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Sociopaths tend to be upset when they are in the following situations
when you catch them in a lie.
Sociopaths do not handle stress well at all. Unlike psychopaths, who are glib and cunning, sociopaths tend to buckle quickly under pressure. Your typical psychopath will quickly come up with lie after lie after lie. They have the mental capacity to swiftly change the subject or distract you.
1. when you question their authority.
For the sociopath, image is everything. They cannot lose face in front of friends, family, colleagues, or even strangers. And it doesn’t have to be a question of disagreeing with something they’ve said.
2. when their control is taken away.
3. when they can’t get what they want.
If an ordinary person cannot get what he or she wants, then rarely does it end in violence or criminal activity. For a sociopath, however, not getting what they want is unthinkable. In fact, they will do anything to get what they want.
4. when you ignore them
Sociopaths are highly narcissistic. So, if there’s one thing that upsets a sociopath, it is being ignored. These people absolutely must have your undivided attention. You are theirs, you are their toy, their plaything, to be used as they wish