Dating a psycho
The words “I’m sorry” aren’t in their vocabulary, no matter the situation.
In fact, they’re more likely to try and convince you that the problems in your relationship are your fault.
While it may only seem strange at first, it evolves over time and becomes creepy and disturbing.
Ironically enough, despite all of the negative behaviors they exhibit, emotional psychopaths are often extremely charismatic and charming. Just when you’ve had enough, they turn on their charm and convince you that everything’s going to be alright. You can, however, maximize each and every second you spend.
Everyone has a different sense of humor, but emotional psychopaths are on their own level.
They find humor in things that most people find unlawful or disgusting.
I’ll never forget when I found out my husband was cheating on me because he accidentally left his email inbox open.
When I confronted him, instead of apologizing he exploded and began yelling at ME."After several days of unrelenting insistence that he wasn't cheating, I actually found myself questioning whether I'd made this all up in my head.
If they are always humiliating you in front of other people, it means they don’t care about your feelings and would rather tear you down than build you up. However, the ironic thing is that they rarely give attention in return.If you’ve gone through issues in your relationship and there’s never been any display of compassion or vulnerability, something’s wrong.Does your partner show signs of being a habitual liar?While everyone can relate to a bad dating experience, not everyone understands what it’s like to date someone who is emotionally unstable and abusive.As a result, your friends may try to reassure you that everything is okay and that it will all work out in the end. If your significant other exhibits some of the following 10 signs, it’s fair to come to the conclusion that you’re dating an emotional psychopath.