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    I have a friend, well scratch that, a person I know. We go way back to when I was in elementary school. He's always had a sadistic sense of humor, and he's always out to be on top and control everything. Even as a child he was very aggressive and easily angered. He would always try to strangle his older brother, and fight nonstop with him. Now flash forward to today, this guy went to my work (I work for a farmer stacking hay) and he told my boss that I didn't want to do this job anymore and that he shouldn't call me anymore. I heard that straight from my bosses mouth when I went there today.

    Let's get something straight, I love my job, sure it's like chewing nails, but it gives me exercise and money, what's better than getting paid to workout. Now the reason I am calling him a sociopath is not only because of his personality and tendencies of resorting to pure hatred and anger when something doesn't go his way, but his mother suffers from depression and paranoia, which she is medicated for heavily.

    Now this guy has been smoking weed since he was 12, but at that young of an age it can become a problem through mental addiction. He can't go a day without a dimebag. I am starting to believe that all that ganja has pushed him over the edge and gave him an early onset of paranoia, that mixed with his sociopathic behavior is not a good combination.

    My question to all of you is what do I do? I can't get rid of him because he works with me. The only thing I can think of is shoving my steel toed boots up his a**, and putting him in his place for once in his life.

    Also what really grinds his gears about me is the fact that I'm always calm, even when he tries to choke me, I just wrap my hand around his wrist, push as hard as I can on the vain, and tell him, "think about this."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooky View Post
    I have a friend, well scratch that, a person I know. We go way back to when I was in elementary school. He's always had a sadistic sense of humor, and he's always out to be on top and control everything. Even as a child he was very aggressive and easily angered. He would always try to strangle his older brother, and fight nonstop with him. Now flash forward to today, this guy went to my work (I work for a farmer stacking hay) and he told my boss that I didn't want to do this job anymore and that he shouldn't call me anymore. I heard that straight from my bosses mouth when I went there today.

    Let's get something straight, I love my job, sure it's like chewing nails, but it gives me exercise and money, what's better than getting paid to workout. Now the reason I am calling him a sociopath is not only because of his personality and tendencies of resorting to pure hatred and anger when something doesn't go his way, but his mother suffers from depression and paranoia, which she is medicated for heavily.

    Now this guy has been smoking weed since he was 12, but at that young of an age it can become a problem through mental addiction. He can't go a day without a dimebag. I am starting to believe that all that ganja has pushed him over the edge and gave him an early onset of paranoia, that mixed with his sociopathic behavior is not a good combination.

    My question to all of you is what do I do? I can't get rid of him because he works with me. The only thing I can think of is shoving my steel toed boots up his a**, and putting him in his place for once in his life.

    Also what really grinds his gears about me is the fact that I'm always calm, even when he tries to choke me, I just wrap my hand around his wrist, push as hard as I can on the vain, and tell him, "think about this."
    Well that is hugely disturbing to me but resorting to his level of violence is not something you want to do unless forced to to defend your life Becuase if he is indeed sociopathic then he will have absolutely no problem eith calling wolf on you and making you out to be the bad guy. So what you need to do is get several people that can corroborate your story and go to the police; even if nothing ultimately comes of it at least the police will know and will be less likely to believe him if/when he crys wolf.

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    There were studies that linked Marijuana usage with hastening the onset of paranoia and schizophrenia, though only in people who already had either a family history or were susceptible to develop it later in life, so you hit the nail on the head with that one.

    I would say, definitely don't keep it to yourself about his behaviours at work. Get some advice from someone who is actually more involved in this situation, because I think it's hard to judge the situation objectively when you're not involved in it. Obviously never resort to violence, because you might get yourself in more trouble, and the person you know being manipulative as they are may turn the whole thing on you.

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    If he's trying to choke you dont fuck around get the cops involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleMiss View Post
    Well that is hugely disturbing to me but resorting to his level of violence is not something you want to do unless forced to to defend your life Becuase if he is indeed sociopathic then he will have absolutely no problem eith calling wolf on you and making you out to be the bad guy. So what you need to do is get several people that can corroborate your story and go to the police; even if nothing ultimately comes of it at least the police will know and will be less likely to believe him if/when he crys wolf.
    I agree.

    Also if he is constantly smoking weed, chances are he has some on him. Maybe just report him for it.

    Make a note of every instance that occurs. If he threatens you, or touches you, write it down and keep a log.

    Also, if this is happening at work, have you approached your employer about it? He has a vicarious liability with regards to his employees.

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    This guy is not a sociopath, socialised psychopaths are far more able to blend in with society than this guy, in fact they tend to be loveable by almost everybody but there are one or two people in their lives they torment. This guy is a bully and probably not been brought up with the same values as you.

    I have some close friends that are sociopaths, their personality changes depending on who's body language and mannerisms they're copying. They do the copying because they can't truly empathise and feel what other people feel so they need to put out a front that implies it to fit in with society. The straw that ticked me off that they were a sociopath happened at my aunt's funeral and they were asked why they hadn't offered me any sort of condolence and I over heard the guy say "why should I care she wasn't my aunt," there were other things but that was the epitome of lack of empathy.

    The fact that your colleague smokes cannabis and isn't relaxed most of the time is sort of worrying, they're unlikely to give him more than a night in the cells for cannabis but it might scare him into quitting, though this might be a bad thing, cannabis is a depressant it should slow him down, make him less volatile, etc.. but even on it he's aggressive, it might be a deeper medical issue, but telling him to go and see a shrink about his anger issues won't go down well.

    You want to take a few days to think if you can really cope with working with the guy and if you can find another job. Try to put as much distance as you can between the two of you when your at work and arrange not to be going home at the same time as him. And record everything, keep a notebook somewhere safe take photos of any injuries, print them off and glue them into the notebook, then if you do go to the police in a month or two you have enough evidence to get a restraining order off the bat ^_^

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