Meaning, you can theoretically figure out whether someone is a psycho from the time they’re young.
Knowing all of this is really a blessing, since I am basically the most trusting person in the universe and usually don't assume anyone poses a real threat to me.
I read an excellent article today on how the narcissist/psychopath will alienate the children from the victim.
However, a popular trait amongst psychos is impulsive, unpredictable behavior.
According to Huffington Post, a psycho sometimes gives his or herself away for no reason at all, like the jig is up, but not really!
He is probably one of the most charming villains in the history of television and he slaughters housewives and bathes in their blood for a living.
If you meet someone on Tinder and he or she seems to be all over your business, complimenting every single atom you possess, it might be a bad sign (sorry).
Because there are textbook signs that most psychopaths display—you just have to know what to look for.
According to my Psych 101 textbook and Medical Daily, psychopaths are born, not made.
As the article states, it starts long before the relationship ends, the psychopath starts when the children are young and brainwashes them their whole life, subtly, playfully, is ways the victim sounds like an idiot when they try to explain it to anyone who doesn’t know what a narcissist is like.
The victim, as with everything to do with the narcissist feels helpless and revictimized by society, family, friends and the people who are supposed to be helping her, the legal system, social services, and their own children.
As in, a human being capable of very not-okay things, like smashing your car with a baseball bat, stalking you, or manipulating you until you are a shell of your former strong, self.
We all like to think we're great at reading people and understand who we can trust and who we can't but it's not always so black-and-white.
Much like the whole "I'm Superman" thing, psychopaths have pretty crazy plans.