what if a psychopath fall in love?

The typical profile of a psychopath is someone who is incapable of love. Or they don’t know, How it feels like to be loved or cared for, lack of empathy and manipulative thoughts. There is adequate reason to believe that psychopaths will have trouble maintaining relationships, especially of a romantic nature.

So today we are analyzing the effect when a psychopath falls in love along with which partner are more suitable for a psychopath?

Before heading towards the topic we need to understand the stereotype “psychopathy” more clearly. Here are some points you need to remember at a glance.

Psychopaths aren’t just some criminal mind’s or murderers killing people around for fun as shown in movies. The Stereotype Psychopathy is much more complex.

Psychopaths [make] the world go around…society [is] an expression of that particular sort of madness…I’ve always believed society to be a fundamentally rational thing, but what if it isn’t? What if it is built on insanity?”

― Jon Ronson

 

A psychopath sees the world from a different perspective. He recognizes the fault in society and tries to correct it in his own way. And here is the problem, the ways he believes to be authentic aren’t safe for the society and he ends up being Robinhood exploring the wrong direction.

There are plenty of traits to identify psychopathic traits, here is the best one.

psychopathic love

 

  • Now the question is it possible that a psychopath can fall in Love?

“People high in psychopathy still form romantic relationships, whether or not they get married or establish a committed bond. Such a relationship, however, may not be based on psychological intimacy in the traditional sense of the word. Instead, similar to “Bonnie and Clyde.” a couple may enter into a relationship based on a shared sort of view of the world in which both try to get as much out of other people as possible. Their lack of empathy and ability to express deep emotions may lead, if not to a violent end, then to dissolution based on increasingly destructive patterns of interaction with each other.” according to psychology today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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