How to Attract a Psychopath

How to Attract a Psychopath

El Paso : TX : USA | Jul 10, 2009 at 6:48 PM PDT
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The following is a dark satire of a serious issue that has gone on for countless centuries.

California finally passed the first anti-stalking statute in 1990, followed shortly by the rest of the United States as well as Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and now some European countries. It was only after stalking became a specific form of offensive behavior that behavioral scientists and health care professionals began to systematically study stalkers and, equally important, the impact of their conduct on the victims.

Get involved in your community. Seek places where men (or women!) like to have short term relationships and no commitment to anything, like jobs. Focus on those with numerous failed intimate relationships in the past. Good cue is when they talk about being a victim in these relationships, never part of the problem.

Find individuals that are unemployed or underemployed, even if they are just as smart, maybe even more smart, than everyone else.

Find out who abused them as a child and then immolate that person.

Allow the person to put you on a pedestal and be infatuated with you. Don't confuse this with respect and adoration.

Remember! You are their source of self-esteem.

They probably fear losing you, or have intimidation when rejected. This is called the "rejected" stalker" who discovers they are in an unwelcome end to a close relationship. They can't figure out how they got rejected by you.

Allow someone that's "beneath you" or not good enough for you make contact with you. It sets them up for rejection later, creating a unhealthy obsession for you.

This rejection from you will then be translated into delusional beliefs that you really love him/her.

To mask the intense shame, the criminal will express anger. That's normal, so applaud your efforts to cultivate his/her criminal obsession.

Good thing is that if you decide you don't want a rejected stalker/psychopath, legal action (the more the merrier) will cease and desist their behavior.

Maybe you don't know this person, you just happened to share an elevator or subway with him/her. That sets you up for Mr/Ms "intimacy seeker". They have mistakenly created the delusion that you love him/her as they reciprocate their love back.

Intimacy seekers will not curtail their disturbing behavior with legal action. You bagged a forever psychopath!

I have found that there are many who are ignorant or indifferent to usual courting procedures. They are ripe for the taking! Pick up your latest and greatest "incompetent would-be-suitor" anywhere substance abuse, mood disorders, personality disorders, or psychosis is prevelant.

The incompetent psychopath is relatively easy to lessen or even end their obsession for you, if you so chose. However, because they have uncharted sexual deviance that has continue without being addressed, you can rest assure that they will find another victim soon. ( spread the love and share him/her with friends and family for additonal excitement and zest in your life!)

Haven't seen anything you like just yet? Then "resentful stalker/psychopath" is just what you need to fullfill those lonely nights where no worries prevail. He/she is the simplest form to find. They perceive insult or injury by your actions, even it was a spilled glass of wine next to his table at the resteraunt, being slightly too loud at the office, or being passionately involved with a charitable organization that he/she once was highly esteemed before you came into the picture.

Revenge is his/her motive, but also vindication and later vengence. How dare you insult him/her and make them the victim!

You're only recourse is to voice your disdain for the resentful psychopath's continued advances in an aggressive and consistant manner. They will take a self -rightous and self-pity stance and only after you throw your whole life into protecting yourself legally from him/her will they possibly abandon their obsession.

Did you see someone outside your window last night as you rolled down your bed sheets and tucked the dog into bed? Shame on you for not noticing the courageous efforts of "predator psychopath" removing the guess work and trouble on your part and finding you!

Predator psychopath just wants to use you for sexual gratification and increased control over you. The stalking leads to violent sexual fantasies and partial satisfaction of his/her voyerism and sadistic desires.

Note: in order to successfully attract any psychopath you need to understand that there will be suveillance on you.

Don't be worked up about the psychotic psychopaths. The non-psychotic types are more likely to assault you, even if both kinds have equal capabilities and use of threats.

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  • How to Attract a Psychopath

    Submitted By: AsherKade | 17 days ago

    Get involved in your community. Seek places where men (or women!) like to have short term relationships and no commitment to anything, like jobs. Focus on those with numerous failed intimate relationships in the past. Good cue is when they talk



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