“When you confront them about it the next day they don't care.
They are incapable of empathy and may even try to blame you for 'trying to make them feel bad' about the situation.” You don't think even they believe what they're saying.
You get blamed even for their faults. Saying 'I'm sorry' is not always easy, but sociopaths find it nearly impossible to admit they're wrong.
If a person has a lot of burnt bridges and no real, close friends, they just may be a sociopath. When you're in love, you might just feel like you're the only two people in the room.
But if a person puts a creepy and unnatural amount of focus on you, then suddenly leaves you, they might be a sociopath.
“They’re with you seemingly non-stop,” Cavallo said.
They don't seem to know what makes you upset or why. A good partner will know your triggers and do their best to avoid hitting them.
Sociopaths seem to have a goldfish memory and can't seem to remember what ticked you off last.