5 Unexpected Signs Of A Psychopath You May Not Know About
December 4, 2018 16:42 By Fabiosa
Many people associate the word psychopath with a maniac chasing everyone with a knife or a chainsaw and murdering them, when in reality, this term implies a self-centered person with shallow emotions, unable to empathize and regret. Anyone could be a psychopath: your colleague or even your close friend. We have made a list of a few "symptoms" that will help you ascertain whether or not the person's behavior is normal.
5 unexpected signs of a psychopath
1. They don't feel remorse
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Psychopaths not only don't admit when it's their fault, but also they just don't feel guilty. Such people have no remorse as they consider themselves incapable of making a mistake.
2. They know how to get people to like them
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Psychopaths may seem quite attractive, charming, and charismatic to the people around them. They know how to win people's trust, draw their attention, and amaze them. However, they try to charm their companions for a reason – it's only a means to an end.
3. They blame other people for their problems
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Of course, psychopaths aren't failproof but when something doesn't go according to their plan, such people always blame the people around them – family, colleagues, friends. As we have already mentioned above, these individuals believe they can't be wrong.
4. They are good at manipulating people
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In order to do this, such people usually use others' weaknesses and emotional oppression. If at your workplace you are afraid of making a mistake, constantly feel guilty before somebody, or can't make a single decision without someone's approval, take a moment to think about it. You might be on the hook of a psychopath.
5. They are prone to sudden tantrums
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We all get tired at times and are unable to suppress our emotions, but psychopaths tend to have anger outbursts way too often. Usually, their aggression isn't motivated by anything. They may humiliate and insult their close ones, as well as hold a grudge against them.
Of course, if a person has one or two of these signs, it doesn't mean that he's a 100% psychopath – only certified professionals may draw such conclusions. However, this could explain why you feel uncomfortable in the presence of some particular people.
The material in this article is for informational purposes only and does not replace the advice of a certified specialist.