When a problem cannot be wiggled out of with deception, then Grooming New partners are groomed rather than courted.
The difference is that one is a game or ploy (grooming) while the other approach attempts to make a genuine connection.
This could easily result in an aggressive reaction (rage) and punishment.
Lies, secrets, and deception Deceptive and manipulation are common for those with psychopathy. The lies can be minor or of significant magnitude (e.g., secret children, current marriage or mate, an identity that is not true.) Questionable morals There is often a longstanding pattern of social transgressions and poor morals.
Their past may include many romantic partners Due to a tendency to become bored easily and an inability to bond after their excitement has worn off, they seek out new partners.
It lets them off the hook for behavior they intentionally engaged in for their own gain. New partners may find themselves in competition with old partners.And since you don't matter, don't think of giving an opinion about me.") Although they usually come across as powerful, narcissistic, and callous.It is often surprising to others when they witness the extreme hypersensitivity psychopaths demonstrate when they feel criticized, slighted, or challenged."I am superior to you." Individuals with psychopathy often convey to their mate that they are superior and their partner is not good enough. Some will introduce their partner to a roller-coaster style relationship (break up, and then reunite - repeat).(e.g., "You're stupid," too emotional," fat," insecure," always holding on to the past,"paranoid," crazy.") Within relationships of this type, their partners often feel inferior, worthless or 'less than.' Their mates are often kept off balance chasing after what they think will appease the disordered partner. For many involved with a psychopath, the disrespect immediately shifts into abuse and creates a traumatic relationship for their victim.