Sociopaths are more common than you think. Even families don’t realize that they have a sociopath amongst them until something serious happens and they are shocked, then compelled to accept the reality. No matter what situation you are in, if you have doubts or are certain that you have a sociopath family member, you must seek professional help. Most families don’t seek any professional help at all. You will find a lot of information here and online but professional help is personalized, after diagnosing and assessing all aspects of a specific scenario, which is unparallel.
Measures You Should Take
The very first step of dealing with a sociopath family member is to accept the reality and to develop a strong sense of conviction that you would be doing everything possible to keep the rest of your family and yourself safe from the pries of the sociopath. You must remember that the sociopath thinks of no one and doesn’t want to bring any good to anyone. All they would think of is what they can do, for their own selfish ends and to do that they would do everything possible, from theft to abuse, physical assaults to outright exploitation.