Dating after a psychopath
You’ll quickly find a soft spot in your heart for them.
They often seem cute and innocent at first (forget your television idea of the arrogant narcissist with a flashy car).
They’re that “perfect” ex who ran off with someone else.
Or maybe they’re just the totally normal guy who served you coffee this morning.
They blatantly deny their own manipulative behavior and ignore evidence when confronted with it.
They become dismissive and critical if you attempt to disprove their fabrications with facts.
They call you jealous after blatantly flirting with an ex — often done over social networking for the entire world to see.
They call you needy after intentionally ignoring you for days on end.
When you first meet a psychopath, things move extremely fast.
Wondering if you might know (or even be in a relationship with) a psychopath?
Here are the top 10 warning signs, according to thousands of survivors, as surveyed in the Psychopath Free online support community.1.
Psychopaths make up about one percent of the general population (as in, not in a mental institution or jail) and most of them aren’t serial killers.
They’re your conniving co-worker who somehow seems to get away with everything.
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They constantly initiate communication and seem to be fascinated with you on every level.