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Sibling relationships bring out a person’s true colors.

They are forced to relate to one another and the different personalities. You will be able to see clearly his level of patience, grace, and how he handles conflict.

When he tries to warn her, even forbid her from seeing him, his words fall on deaf ears.

It was a great reminder that if I am not lovingly consistent, faithful, and present, my words to my daughter will suffer the same fate.

The question then becomes: how do we know when to give someone the benefit of the doubt and when to withhold it?

Last week a reader shared an insightful Maya Angelou quote that read, “When people show you who they are, believe them.” While I don’t believe any one action defines who someone is, I think there’s something to this. And repeated actions are what shape our character and reputation.

Someone wrote in the comments that I’ve obviously never encountered a sociopath.

Are they the types of friends that will help make him sharper and more decent? When he spends time dismissing the authorities in his life, it could be a sign that he is closed off to the advice of others. If his words have a sting to them, there is probably bitterness and anger that hasn’t been dealt with. Reputations are normally built from the consistent actions of one’s past.

Will they challenge him when he is in the wrong or making bad decisions? Whatever is most true about a person eventually comes to the surface, mainly through our words. They don’t always convey the true story and a person can certainly change. A person with a good community standing may have earned it or could be just putting on a good face. This shows his inner strength and whether or not he can be counted on.

There sociopaths out there, but more often than not when people hurt us, it’s not because of psychiatric diagnoses.

It’s because they’re hauling around pain from their pasts and crashing it into everyone they meet.

Someone wrote in the comments that I’ve obviously never encountered a sociopath.

Are they the types of friends that will help make him sharper and more decent? When he spends time dismissing the authorities in his life, it could be a sign that he is closed off to the advice of others. If his words have a sting to them, there is probably bitterness and anger that hasn’t been dealt with. Reputations are normally built from the consistent actions of one’s past.

Will they challenge him when he is in the wrong or making bad decisions? Whatever is most true about a person eventually comes to the surface, mainly through our words. They don’t always convey the true story and a person can certainly change. A person with a good community standing may have earned it or could be just putting on a good face. This shows his inner strength and whether or not he can be counted on.

There sociopaths out there, but more often than not when people hurt us, it’s not because of psychiatric diagnoses.

It’s because they’re hauling around pain from their pasts and crashing it into everyone they meet.

This got me thinking about the many times I’ve heard women refer to men they’ve dated as sociopaths and narcissists.