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Diagnosed sociopath explains what it’s like to date her

Joe Harker

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Diagnosed sociopath explains what it’s like to date her

A diagnosed sociopath has taken to TikTok to explain what life is like for her, from getting jobs through to maintaining friendships, and now she's described what dating her is like.

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TikToker @notkanikabatra revealed in her videos that she thinks 'all relationships are transactional', though not in a financial sense.

Batra explained that going into a date she tends to 'view the other person as an object', but then when they start to 'humanise themselves' she would 'get bored and discard them, most of the time'.

The TikToker said she's looking for people who 'bring value to my life' but stressed 'never will they become significant'.

Diagnosed with anti-social personality disorder (ASPD), she previously revealed she had been seeing a psychiatrist and was 'working through these toxic thought patterns'.

Kanika Batra has been vocal about living with ASPD. Credit: Sam Matheson
Kanika Batra has been vocal about living with ASPD. Credit: Sam Matheson

In one of her latest videos, she explained in detail what it would be like to date her and what her approach to dating was.

She said: "I date men and women very differently, I'm very, very picky about who I give my time to. Status and money don't do anything for me, I go purely on looks.

"In the early stages of dating a man if there's no stimulating conversation he will be ghosted, or blocked and deleted. Games and negging don't work on me, I like a man to pursue me properly.

"I'm a lot kinder and softer when it comes to women because I feel I can relate to them a lot more. I treat women with a lot of respect because I know what they've been through."

She added: "I like to take the dominant role in courting and paying for things. I lovebomb intensely and am very enthusiastic. This is why when I discard I get a lot of stalkers."

She also says that she 'lovebombs'. Credit:  ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo
She also says that she 'lovebombs'. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo

The video has now been viewed over a million times and people have been fascinated by the insight it offers into the inner workings of a sociopath's mind.

Commenters on the video said at least she was being 'honest' about the way she thought, while others were fascinated to learn her perspective.

Others who had also been diagnosed with ASPD said they 'feel so safe' in the comment sections under her videos as they were glad to be somewhere that wasn't 'demonising' them.

She is married to Sam Matheson. Credit:  ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo
She is married to Sam Matheson. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo

Someone else said they hoped she ended up in 'a healthy and loving relationship', while others said they 'respect' her for being so open about her life.

It's useful to point out that there are a number of differences between being a sociopath and a psychopath. It is generally recognised that psychopaths have little to no conscience, while sociopaths are said to be more reckless and less consistent in their behaviour.

Useful to know.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@notkanikabatra

Topics: Mental Health, Sex and Relationships, TikTok, Weird

Joe Harker
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