Psychopaths are cunning charmers and master manipulators, to the point where you start to accept the most extreme behaviors as normal…Even if it hurts you.
Using false praise and flattery to get what they want, psychopaths can lure any unsuspecting target into their nightmare of psychological games and projection.
But once people are armed with knowledge of how these mind games work, they become far less effective. That has been our goal with our articles, videos, tests, books, and Facebook page.
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From the book, here are some 3 quick warning signs that you might know a psychopath:
1. Accuses you of feeling emotions that they are intentionally provoking. 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. They use your manufactured reactions to garner sympathy from other targets, trying to prove how “hysterical” you’ve become. You probably once considered yourself to be an exceptionally easygoing person, but an encounter with a psychopath will (temporarily) turn that notion upside down.
2. They withhold attention and undermine your self-esteem. After once showering you with nonstop attention and admiration, they suddenly seem completely bored by you. They treat you with silence and become very annoyed that you’re interested in continuing the passionate relationship that they created. You begin to feel like a chore to them.
3. Slowly and steadily erodes your boundaries. They criticize you with a condescending, joking sort of attitude. They smirk when you try to express yourself. Teasing becomes the primary mode of communication in your relationship. They subtly belittle your intelligence and abilities. If you point this out, they call you sensitive and crazy. You might begin to feel resentful and upset, but you learn to push away those feelings in favor of maintaining the peace.
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Psychopaths are cunning charmers and master manipulators, to the point where you start to accept the most extreme behaviors as normal... Even if it hurts you.
Article Author: Peace