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Sociopath treatment does not work, so what to do?

Sociopath treatment is ineffective, so how does that affect your relationship with them?

So not worth going back to.  Even though he/she are my parents.

Narcissist - Discard people when they no longer supply you. Occasionally bring some back when you can't find a new doormat. But everyone is disposable to a narc.

Read more: When the Sociopath Stonewalls You Stonewalling or The Silent Treatment What is Stonewalling?

Sociopathic Stonewalling

Sociopathic Stonewalling Typical of how they both treat people. Once people are through serving their purpose they are done with them!

The Narcissist's Silent Treatment by Gail Meyers on Narcissistic Abuse: Echo Recovery

(RE&D) Giving a person, especially a friend the silent treatment is wrong. Especially, when a friend in in pain. (RE&D) The Narcissist's Silent Treatment by Gail Meyers on Narcissistic Abuse: Echo Recovery

Sociopath Treatment: Can a Sociopath Change? - Sociopath - Personality Disorders | HealthyPlace

Sociopath Treatment: Can a Sociopath Change? - Sociopath - Personality Disorders | HealthyPlace

Sociopath Treatment: Can a Sociopath Change? - HealthyPlace

Sociopathic Parents and Their Effects on Children - Sociopath - Personality Disorders

The silent treatment is abuse, too! Always being ignored and given the "silent treatment" He can't accept responsibility so he ignores. Lol.

The silent treatment is abuse, too! Always being ignored and given the "silent treatment" He can't accept responsibility so he ignores.

Codependency intervention. There are several alcoholism counseling programs that try to coach families on how they can stay away from enabling the addict and in fact work constructively in getting treatment for the person.

codependency intervention infographic: having gone through codependency issues myself, this cycle is real & painful. If you have codependent issues don't be afraid to get help and live for yourself & not others