There are a few warning signs, red flags if you will, but we brush them off.
No matter what it is you’ve said, they’ll churn and twist your meaning into whatever works best for them. They’ll always beat you down emotionally to feel less significant than you truly are. Forget about your friends and family, because they may as well be history with this person around. It seems like every day you’re on the stand, having to defend yourself for something you never did. There are many reasons why some relationships can't work; different goals, sexual incompatibility, and unfaithfulness are common problems that can break up a relationship.Sometimes, though, a relationship won't work because someone is a straight-up psychopath. He's attractive, charming, smart, and apparently very interested in you, and this immediately starts to feel very promising. The modern definition of psychopathy is based upon the work of psychologist Robert Hare.He hangs on your every word, as you discover that you share the same interests, likes, and dislikes. Hare and his colleagues developed a rating scale for psychopathy, for use by trained clinicians.Your friends have subtly mentioned it but you laughed it off. They are continuously blaming other people for anything and everything that has ever gone wrong.