The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is the voice of victims and survivors.
We are the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence.
Extreme Jealousy - An abuser may accuse the victim of having affairs with others. Hyde Personality - An abuser may appear to be a kind and loving person one minute, and an ugly, violent monster the next.
The abuser wants to know where the victim is at all times, may check odometer readings, phone calls and messages and demand specific explanations of any time spent away from the house. Isolating and Controlling Behavior - The abuser may forbid the victim from talking to friends and relatives.
Remember a sociopath and a psychopath are from the same psyche classification: Antisocial Psychopath. They’re consistent with all their prey whether in pursuit for ten days or we’re captive for ten years or 30 years – it’s the same for each of us from the first , or sociopaths.
Chapter 209A, the Massachusetts Abuse Prevention Act, defines abuse as: Abusers have a need to control.
Or feelings of “like.” – Or concern, or care – for anyone. – Our feelings of guilt, remorse, or regret at hurting others spring from caring for other living beings. Sociopaths hook and bait and lie and take and use in every realm of society. Most crave riches with insatiable desire, and are reaaaaallly mad someone won’t give them to them, but can paradoxically handle living in a box on the side of the road until the next target with a nice warm home comes along.
Other people have no meaning to sociopaths for any purpose aside from the sociopath’s personal gain. Psychology In order to hook and take from targets, sociopaths use the same little tricks and misleads and lies. These pages are devoted to the dynamics and aftermath between a sociopath and a normal human they prey upon in the false set-up of true love, but sociopaths operate with the same deliberate malevolence in business, politics, religious groups, country clubs, universities and organizations of all kinds. They dwell in trailer parks in Wyoming, on ski slopes in the Alps, in board rooms across the world, within the profiles of online dating sites, at church, in support groups, in bars and clubs, at the dog park.
The violence often increases in frequency and severity.
Emotional abuse and insulting words are almost always part of the abuse pattern, but are not considered criminal acts.
There’s hard science to demonstrate the difference in their brains.