They call you jealous after blatantly flirting with an ex — often done over social networking for the entire world to see.
They constantly initiate communication and seem to be fascinated with you on every level.
If you have a Facebook page, they might plaster it with songs, compliments, poems, and inside jokes. They prey on your emotions with pity plays and sympathy stories.
You’ll quickly find a soft spot in your heart for them.
They often seem cute and innocent at first (forget your television idea of the arrogant narcissist with a flashy car).
To any onlooker, a psychopath will slip through life unnoticed.
They’re likable, friendly, and charming (not at all over-the-top).Psychopaths make up about one percent of the general population (as in, not in a mental institution or jail) and most of them aren’t serial killers.They’re your conniving co-worker who somehow seems to get away with everything.They’ll probably mention their abusive ex who’s still in love with them.They say that all they’ve ever wanted is some peace and quiet.They use your manufactured reactions to garner sympathy from other targets, trying to prove how “hysterical” you’ve become.