9 Typical Behaviors of a Psychopath

1 - Indifference

Psychopaths are insensitive when it comes to the feeling of others and do not show empathy, that is: they are not able to put themselves in the other's shoes. This is because a psychopath's brain has weak connections when it comes to emotion, and he cannot feel emotions deeply. Psychopaths are not good at identifying expressions of fear either.

2 - Shallow Emotions

Psychopaths and even sociopaths are not able to feel social emotions such as shame, guilt and embarrassment, and other feelings related to effective relationships. They feel no remorse or shame and are generally described as emotionally superficial.

3 - Irresponsibility

Psychopaths are not trustworthy people and are quite irresponsible, used to blaming their actions on other people. When they are forced to admit guilt, they do so, but they feel no remorse or regret.

4 - They are wallet liars

Psychopaths are pathological liars and tend to distort information whenever they wish, seeking their own pleasure or any other benefit, even if it is necessary to manipulate others and lie to them.

For some researchers, this is because of what they call a "shallow sense of the meaning of the word." Psychopaths also have difficulty understanding metaphors and abstract language.

5 - Overconfidence

These are people with great self-esteem who are good at everything they do - often they are pretty sure that they are not only good but the best in the world.

6 - Are impulsive

Because psychopaths cannot analyze attitudes with the necessary attention and because they do not give due consideration to what might happen as a consequence, they behave quite impulsively.

7 - They are selfish

It is common for psychopaths to behave in what may be called pathological self-centeredness, followed by an inability to love. Psychopaths suck people who approach them and develop parasitic behavior, making the most of people who pretend to love.

8 - Can't Make Future Plans

These are people who don't know how to make long-term plans, who are impulsive and who fail when it comes to long commitments. This is because they are carefree people who do not know how to plan things for long periods.

9 - They are violent

Unfortunately, violence is another typical behavior of psychopaths, as they are little tolerant of frustration and cannot contain their outbursts of aggression and irritability. When they are not physically violent, they can be psychologically violent, as they know all the weaknesses of the people they relate to and are great at manipulating.

* Posted on 24/7/2017