Web Desk: People with a personality disorder, remorseless mind frame, violent tendencies and careless about ethics. Psychopaths do exist in real life.
Here are 8 common traits that will help you to identify that your partner is a psychopath.
Too serious too soon
Is someone on the second date talking about true love and spending the rest of life together? Well, in that case, you are most likely getting trapped in the psycho circus.
Always in a financial mess
People with disoriented career goals, unstable bank accounts, nearly no savings, and securities can also be the ones to fall into the category of being a psychopath.
He backs out from his statement
You made a plan and he said a ‘yes’! But, the very next day, he changed his mind. What’s more? He is not even remorseful about spoiling your plan and mood. If this happens to you quite often, then it is time to be a bit more cautious about your relationship with this guy!
Lying is an easy game for him
Psychopaths have a personality disorder and hence, they sometimes themselves mix up the truth with the lies. They might not be deceiving you, but they are out of their minds.
He is paranoiac
Is he constantly on a lookout for unusual moves and signs to suspect and accuse you of cheating? Be it your dress or your Facebook account, he wants to keep a check on everything and does everything possible to take over your life. So, if you have a skin infection that looks like a love bite, you are neck deep in trouble girl.
Your partner is over-possessive
Okay, you missed his call while you were at the salon. But not one, you missed at least 20 calls during the short span in which you were in the parlour! By the time you get back to them, they probably would have called up all your friends, cousins, home and every possible connection who might have your whereabouts. Isn’t that psychopathic behaviour?
He is an attention seeker
Just to keep you under the impression that he is loved so much and everybody wants him, he keeps a third person of opposite sex introduced always. Be it a co-worker, an ex or a friend’s sibling, he just loves to pull around a love triangle even if it does not exist.
He gets violent with you?
If your partner screams and yells at you, abuses you, your friends and your family, then you surely are not in the right place.