Sociopathy and psychopathy both fall under the category of anti-social personality disorders. However, a sociopath can be identified by certain specific traits – manipulation, aggression, and rebellion being just a few. If you find yourself in a relationship with a sociopath, your mental health and safety could be at risk. We explore the ways to identify a sociopath and how to protect yourself from one.
Talk to a therapist and let your friends know what you’re going through. Make your social media accounts as safe as possible and contact local authorities if necessary. You deserve a safe online experience and a peaceful night’s rest. Therefore, do not hesitate to take the necessary steps to ensure your safety.
Not many people know this story. I never share it with anyone because I know they would judge me. A man getting beaten by his wife is something laugh-worthy, people don’t take it seriously. But it is a serious issue, a serious offence for which a man has little support of the law. But I
People who are stalked have it tough, take steps to put an end to stalking now
A relationship with one’s in-laws is always a tricky one – if I may generalize. Of course, the dynamics vary from family to family, so there may be a lucky few who have been blessed with great in-laws. But in most cases, people are left to deal with toxic, bickering and pushy in-laws. The tension
Cyberstalking- and everything related to it – from what qualifies as cyberstalking to how to report about it and prevent the same. Be aware and beware
Do you know that cliché about how marrying someone means marrying their family? When you’re an Indian woman, that cliché is your life. Your in-laws are just as much a part of your marriage as you are – maybe even more so. Indian women have had to include their in-laws in their marriages for many generations. How has this impacted them?
Has blame shifting become a regular part of your life, making its way into every conversation and argument? ”I wouldn’t have cheated on you if you hadn’t nagged me so much!” ”I would stop getting angry if you stopped getting upset about everything.” “I would not have done this if you wouldn’t have done that.”
The dangers of online dating are widely discussed and debated, especially in the context of women. That’s hardly surprising, given that safety concerns are always associated with anything and everything women do. “Is it safe?” becomes the primary question whether spoken or unspoken. But I think it is a stupid question. No place, online or
I was in an unconventional marriage. My husband, whom I was in love with for three months, hijacked me from another wedding mandap and on February 14th, 1990, I became Mrs. Unnikrishnan. My folks were relieved that I was finally married – so were his family. I remember my ma-in-law, a wonderful woman, asking me