Psychopaths will first idealize you above everyone else, praising you for your perfect easy-going nature.
They are pathological liars, serial cheaters, and eternal victims.
Before long, these qualities inevitably start to surface and cause you overwhelming confusion.
In a lot of cases, he might still really care about you…
and still think that you shouldn’t get back together.
So when they begin playing mind games with you, it’s actually a strange indirect tribute to your ability to notice that something was “off” about them. If you would like to be notified when it's released, you can enter your email address below.
There’s a big difference between your ex still having feelings for you and him actually wanting you back.Then they use your manufactured reactions to make you seem crazy.Within weeks, psychopaths can turn an exceptionally easy-going person into an unrecognizable mess of insecurities and self-doubt. "You misunderstood me." Sure, healthy couples have misunderstandings and miscommunications all the time.Any time you mention your concerns or frustration, they’ll declare their hatred of drama and make you feel bad for reacting to their horrible behavior (instead of addressing the behavior itself). "You're so sensitive." Psychopaths manufacture emotions in others—it’s what they do.After once showering you with 24/7 praise and flattery, they’ll ignore you for days on end and wait for you to react.Then they toss you in that very same "crazy" bucket, continuing their never-ending cycle of idealizing and devaluing anyone unfortunate enough to cross their path. This means no texts, calls, emails, or even Facebook friendships.