“He is a great guy, very kind, funny, and intelligent. But I doubt she loves him.”
“We’ve had some very honest, in-depth discussions about her mental health since her diagnosis, and she’s been open with me that she doesn’t feel love or empathy towards anyone, even family.”
For example, at a funeral for one of her best friends, she appeared to be very upset and sad, but she later told him she was putting on a show and didn’t feel anything.
Her boyfriend is bound to propose soon, but he doesn’t know she has been diagnosed as a sociopath.
His daughter has said she will never tell him either because she doesn’t want to scare him off.
“I’ve made it clear to her that she needs to tell him the truth before they marry; that he has the right to know and consider it; or I will; to which she always responds, “I know you wouldn’t dare.” I actually would – I really like and respect this young man, and would feel awful keeping this “secret” from him, and letting him walk into a marriage without this piece of knowledge.”
He then pointed out that he is not trying to ruin his daughter’s life, he just thinks her boyfriend has a right to know everything.
He also thinks there’s no way a secret like this could be kept from him since he will have to notice the signs eventually.
Here’s what the internet had to say.
“He deserves to know what he’d be marrying into. You may ruin your relationship with your daughter, but he should know.”