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  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 13:47 on November 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Dating Site Psychopathy Exposed 

    I’m conducting experiments with men afflicted with psychopathy, and I’ve carefully observed that their brains operate along the same strand of deceitfulness. I’ll make you a list of psychopathic “sameness”. I guess that is a good descriptor of behaviors and words and activities that are weirdly associated among ALL of the psychopathic men on dating sites. Beware of some of these clues exhibited in profiles and messages from a disordered fellow:

    (I’m sorry, I don’t date women so I don’t know the psychopathic clues for them. Maybe a commenter can tell us.)

    • Love of cooking is common among them, not always a red flag, but take notice in conjunction with these other flags …
    • Love of biking extremely long distances (here in Florida anyway.)
    • Love to be adrenaline hunters.
    • Love to promise to not conduct themselves like idiots and play emotional games. Does that need saying? It’s bait for already emotionally played women desperately seeking solace.
    Come hither, damaged damsels, you’re safe with me.
    • Love of writing wordy prose that seems earnest on first glance, but is devoid of emotional content. Word salad.
    It’s ridiculous how psychopaths say the words but don’t know the music.
    Have you found that the sensuality of women is something to appreciate, you emotionless fuck?
    We” do always pick the same type of guy. You, ya trickster you.
    Good people don’t have to develop skills …to be good people.
    • Love to flat out tell you what a truly amazing guy he is and that you would be lucky to have them. Lots of them have no sense of propriety nor humility. Ugh, it’s wearying.
    • Love to send overly excited reactions to items in your profile: “OMG! I love the same things!!!!” Makes you feel real good, don’t it.
    • Love to share lengthy stories with extraneous details of their life that have no relativity to your new introductions. You’re made to feel like you’re already a close friend. “My boss’s daughter was building a house … blah blah blah …”
    • Love to talk endlessly about their numerous former relationships. This may be an attempt to groom you into behaving like a past (maybe present) girlfriend: “She would always stand at the door and wait for me to open it.” “She offered to pay for half of the meal.” Stop it, asshole, I’m not her/them. Also, bore snore.
    • Love to demand lots more pics of you immediately via text, (to add to his pic collection of gullible people).
    • Love to introduce the subject of sex really soon. I sat down for a first date lunch and before 30 minutes was up, I learned all the gory details of his S&M experiences. Boundary check much?
    • Love to call or text you early in the morning for no reason, and/or later at night than the social norm. Boundary check? Or love-bombing?
    • Love to leave you hanging, then act like nothing happened. Below is an example. Also note, this guy is pouring on the garbage and some bizarre love-bombing. How does he know that I am “truly charming” and also “so full of sensual passion”, since we only just texted boring introductions the night before? I feel really sorry for the women who fall prey to this.

    ***The disordered brain of a psychopathic trickster does not belong in any lawmaking position. I advocate psychopathy testing for political candidates.

    Learn more at DomesticEnemies.Org ***


     
    • Amaterasu Solar 11:20 on November 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Excellent article! I will say… We will never convince the owners of the corporations Most call “Our governments” to test Themselves for psychopathy. They own the legal/governmental system – literally. The only winning move is not to play the game. Withdraw consent from that mess and stand sovereign on Ethical ground – much higher ground than legal/governmental, which thwarts Ethics far more than serves them.

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      • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 13:35 on November 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        I know that you are right about the psychopaths in office not instituting a psychopathy test any time soon. They will control the discussion to get their fellows to dismiss their testing as discrimination, although it is an inhibitor of public service. For now, I am trying to get the masses to learn how real and present this neurological defect is in all of our lives… and push to scrutinize candidates more closely.

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  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 15:06 on October 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    How Quickly Doth Thy Mask Drop, Oh Psychopath? 

    I’m 52 years old and I am accepting for once and for all that I am a psychopath magnet. I have dated one after the other, back to back, since I was in my teens (1980’s). I didn’t know anything about psychopathy. There was no internet! It’s hard to remember those days. I hate that it took me so long to recognize that I was raised by my psychopathic father to have no boundaries. He made me highly tolerant of dysfunctional behavior, and until I caught on 8 years ago, I completely fell for men who had “superficial charm” and no actual feelings for me. Such pain I suffered after The Discard! Every time.

    I still date men with psychopathy, now knowing that they are incapable of bonding and having real relationships. I go fully into the fake relationship knowing that it’s all about the sex for him. Guess what? I have given up on normal, so from now on … it’s all about the sex for me, too.

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    Here’s the story with Adam (don’t even know his last name): We met on a Tuesday afternoon for meet and greet. There was a lot of his blathering “I like your insert blank (this and that and yada yada) – just love bombing to the max. On Friday, we went for dinner and drinks, and of course the love bombing goes on thick. I like being told that I’m beautiful, so do please continue sir. Oh, I forgot to tell you that I knew that he was a psychopath from our first phone conversation. I am highly hip to their dysfunctional storytelling now.

    We had sex. We had mind-blowing sex. At least I did. He kept dropping the love bombs, so who knows truth from lies on his part.

    The next day, I did my best to avoid his texts, but he kept pretending to like me. It’s ridiculous how transparent he was to me. By Sunday, I just wanted out because he didn’t make me laugh! That’s a requirement – make me laugh and we can hang out more.

    Here’s a synopsis of his mask drop: He pretends he wants to be a couple. I say no. He pretends to want my company for dinner. I say ok. Then he abandons the dinner offer and says just sex. lol. I knew that was coming.


    ***The disordered brain of a psychopathic trickster does not belong in any lawmaking position. I advocate psychopathy testing for political candidates.

    Learn more at DomesticEnemies.Org ***


     
  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 18:06 on October 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    National Character Counts Week: Welcome to Pathocracy 

    “There is nothing accidental about the destruction narcissistic psychopaths, especially in power, inflict on the world. Destruction is coded in their character defect. They not only lack empathy and conscience, which makes them incapable of understanding human values, but they are driven to hurt and destroy everyone and everything that stands on their way to power and self-aggrandizement, and/or reminds them of their weaknesses. It is not a question of IF a narcissistic psychopath in power will destroy his world, but how soon.”

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    Image result for trump offends soldiers widow“The presence or absence of conscience is perhaps the deepest human division.”

    Ian Hughes

    Last week Donald Trump put another nail in the coffin of health care for American citizens, especially the most vulnerable ones; undermined the painstakingly drafted and internationally supported Iran nuclear deal; challenged his Secretary of State to an IQ test; chastised residents of Puerto Rico for their audacity to suffer and die in a hurricane-caused mayhem, and berated football players for their willingness to protest racial injustice. He also proclaimed the next six days, October 15 to 21, National Character Counts Week.

    Yes, you have read that correctly.

    The man who lies easier than he breathes (there is that perpetual snort, you know), who takes sadistic pleasure in the pain and suffering of others, and who lives for adulation and revenge without any efforts at disguising his destructive motives, lectures America about character.

    Let it…

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    • nowve666 19:06 on October 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      “The presence or absence of conscience is perhaps the deepest human division.–Ian Hughes”

      They call this kind of thinking “splitting.” It’s all or nothing. Those with a conscience are good, or, at least, can be good. Those without are “evil.” You should know by now that one doesn’t need a conscience to be a decent human being. May I suggest “https://kiasherosjourney.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/can-a-psychopath-be-good/ Can I Psychopath be Good?” or “https://kiasherosjourney.wordpress.com/2016/04/16/free-to-choose/ Free to Choose?”

      There are plenty of divisions of humanity besides the presence of absence of conscience. How about cowardice vs. courage? Or intelligence vs. stupidity? Or wisdom vs. folly?

      You have been going into Trump’s misdeeds in great detail. But what about the fools who voted for him? They can’t all be psychopaths. I have read that a study found most conservatives have an enlarged amygdala in the area of fearfulness. These fools support the same policies as Trump but they are mostly NTs. Meanwhile, there are psychopaths who are politically progressive. I don’t think Trump, himself, is really a conservative. I think he’s an opportunist. He has embraced the politics that got him into office. That hardly makes him a good person. He’s an asshole. But attaching a diagnosis to him as professionals, who should know better, have done and many more laypeople keep doing adds nothing to understanding the problem. The problem is we have a government that is politically on the wrong path. The problem with Trump is his politics, not his personality.

      I agree with the Goldwater Rule: Don’t “diagnose” a political figure without the clinical support that it takes to correctly make a diagnosis. Whether he is a psychopath, a narcissist or an NT, Trump has a dreadful agenda. As the Bible says, “By their fruits shall ye know them.”

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      • James 11:39 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        “The problem is we have a government that is politically on the wrong path. The problem with Trump is his politics, not his personality.”

        He does have a repellent personality as well, however.

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    • nowve666 14:40 on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The biggest problem I see is in the morons who voted for this turkey and even still support him. I just read your “Holding back the tide” post about psychopaths using cognitive empathy to make the world a better place if only for our own advantage. I have wanted to do this for years. I have marched in political protests, even volunteered. But current events have made me feel so cynical that I can’t bring myself to even want to save the world. While I realize that’s wrong since there are some people worth saving, the massive stupidity that seems to move the planet is just overwhelming. My current attitude is “apres moi le deluge.” I wish I could care. It would make life more interesting.

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      • James 07:32 on November 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        For some, changing the world is about leaving a tangible mark on the place after they’re dead. I can see why you might not be interested by that, since your death seems inconsequential to you.

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    • nowve666 14:40 on November 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I would change the world if I could. But the tiny impact I would have compared to the enormous effort it would take on my part. How about you? Are you active? You know, I just read that the DNC admitted they rigged the primary. And these jokers want me to donate to them? The kept a candidate who could have won from running and put Hillary there. She ran the most lackluster campaign I ever saw. It’s their fault we have Trump. With friends like that, who needs enemies?

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