Tuesday, January 14, 2014

How to Get Your Sociopath Back: Step One - No Contact

So, along with the influx of emails asking how to get over the love of their life, their S, I have also gotten a lot of questions on how to get your S back.

While I can tell you what worked for me, I cannot guarantee that it will work for you. It's worth a shot though, right? It truly did work for me. My wonderful, sweet S and I are happy and going strong.

** As a disclaimer, if your S has physically or sexually abused you or someone you know, stolen from you, put your life in danger, is involved in criminal activity etc etc. Walk away. Do NOT try to get your S back. Try to get your life together, for the love of God.

Now, for the rest of you...

First things first:

You have to go no contact. 

I know. It sucks. The only way you feel better is to hear the sweet voice of your S or get any type of response from your S.

Believe me, I get it.

Here's why no contact is so vital: You need to try to become interesting to your S again, which means you have got to become another person (or a much much more exciting and confident version of yourself).

By going no contact, a few things happen:
1. You don't look like a needy little puppy. And trust me, socio or not, NO ONE likes a needy puppy.
2. You give your S time to forget the crazy/stupid/mean/unintelligent/needy things you did when they left you.
3. You have some time to get your ass to the gym. And  c'mon, let's be real, you probably aren't eating because you're upset, so that will be a good way to jump start to your weight loss until the appetite comes back.
4. You gain some perspective on who you are and what you need from this or any relationship. If the benefit isn't much higher than the torment, you need to do some self evaluation.

No contact NEEDS to happen for two weeks. No excuses. Two weeks will fly by (even if it doesn't feel like it right now, it will). Two weeks is nothing but a little blip of time.

Do not contact your S. At all. NADA. No texts, emails, phone calls, accidental run in's at the grocery, none of this, oops I texted/called the "wrong person" crap, etc.


Even if your S tries to contact you, you MUST stay strong. Do not respond to anything.

Two weeks, that's all. You got this. The end goal is getting your S back, the beginning to this journey is going to be going MIA for two weeks.

If you screw up three days in, you start over.

Two weeks...starting...NOW.


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  2. This blog is full of absolutely horrendous advice.

  3. I don't agree that the advice is bad. Going NC is for yourself just as much as for your S. In that time, you may realize that this person isn't right for you or isn't as wonderful as you once believed. You could meet someone else or even decide you like the ease of not being involved with another person. Make this time about YOU.

    1. This is clearly the author responding anonymously. This blog is a sociopath giving out bad advice to derail victims of sociopaths.

  4. Im married to mine or else i would. Hes lost interest and ive become that pathetic puppy youre talking about. Hes sick me. He is a true sociopath. He not violent or abusive but ive played these games for three years and cut off contact which got me here married. I need to play the game in a different way because we live together. Any suggestions???

    1. No! Don't fall for this bloggers tactics. The blog is written by a sociopath to belittle victims. You are not a sad puppy, you are a strong, rational, intelligent person.

  5. Why u would want a sociopath back I don't know. I was gone n will never look back. U want a heartless waste of space full of self centredness then on you go but I guarantee u will have no soul left as they suck it out of u. Move on and love yourself then u will never fall for one again. No contact forever

  6. Beware. this blog is written by a sociopath in order to derail victims. Look at how much they try to put down the "empath.' I invited a sociopath to live in my home and no kidding they are the most needy, self entitled person I've ever met. I only charge the S less than $200/mth in rent and they constantly call the landlord to fix every little thing in the home (like a paint chip, no kidding).