Psychopathy symptoms in women

Psychopathy in women: theoretical and clinical perspectives

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How Does a Female Psychopath Behave?

Having lived with two psychopaths—a mother and a sister—I am hoping that my personal experience will help others to better understand and protect themselves from women displaying traits of psychopathy or antisocial personality disorder. My goal is to sensitize readers to how female psychopaths act and behave in everyday settings. Living with two of them enabled me to see the entire personality up close over many years—a perspective very different from that of clinicians or researchers.

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Female Psychopaths Seek to Destroy and Command All Attention

Many female psychopaths seek to destroy others however they can. A female psychopath may undermine your self-esteem using innuendo, or bully you and turn friends and family against you by poisoning your reputation behind your back. There is no end to what she might do to shatter your life. Many female psychopaths are pathological liars who are more cunning and manipulative than male psychopaths.

The female psychopath desires to be the center of attention and demands center stage. Listen closely to her style of speech—how she also manages to play the victim. She may shed crocodile tears to play on your sympathy, and the next moment her tears can transform into raucous laughter. Her personality turns on and off like a neon sign.

Histrionics and Other Tactics

Dare not challenge her. This could trigger a ballistic response.

The psychopathic woman is often known for histrionics and her award-winning performance can be convincing enough to persuade her audience to believe her side of the story—even after hearing your side first. She may resort to whatever means necessary to get what she wants and will use any tool possible—including flirting with your partner or otherwise co-opting through seduction.

In the end, a female psychopath is often loyal to no one. She may believe she is entitled to everything, while it pleases her to give you nothing. She might gloat over your misfortune and, while she is gloating, you may even notice a smirk on her face. After all, why should you have more than her?

She might steal or deliberately damage a treasured possession—and if she gets caught, she will never apologize because it is really your fault. As a matter of fact, she distorts all stories in her favor and blames you for what she does.

Driven by Envy and Personal Inadequacy

At her core, the female psychopath may not like herself. But it rarely helps to feel sorry for her. No matter what you do for her, no matter what you give her, she will remain ungrateful. She is likely extremely envious and desires to obtain everything that she wants since she believes she was cheated out of life’s bounty, and it is up to her to even the score.

What she wants is impossible to get: Why aren't movie producers banging down her door? Why doesn't she have the long legs of a Rockette? Mind you, what she wants has no end and brings her no satisfaction. She appreciates nothing.

Beware if she offers you gossip as confidential information. She is telling others the same stories, many of which might be half-truths or even full-blown lies. She may be highly adept at sidling up to people. She will size you up in a moment while you are still trying to figure her out.

Incapacity for Love

The most devastating and destructive of her psychopathic traits may be her incapacity to love anyone—even her own child. This intrinsic incapacity spells doom for any relationship.

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The psychopath woman is quite smart. It can be difficult to understand what she is thinking.

We can say that these are just unscrupulous people who do not understand the emotions of others, they have no empathy. In addition, their behavior is somewhat antisocial. nine0003

1. Psychopathic woman wins people over with charm

Psychopathic woman talks very well. They have such a loose tongue that they can talk for hours, forcing others to listen.

However, a female psychopath, unlike other speakers, tries to amuse her pride by demonstrating her oratorical talent to others. And whether her oratorical skills will cause emotions in people, it does not matter to her.

2. Such women need psycho-emotional stimulation

A quiet life does not suit such women. They need the plot to spin more steeply than in the movies.

The psychopathic woman wants life to constantly move around them. They don't care what it is. The main thing is movement.

3. Psychopathic women do not like to work

Even if women are forced to work, they choose such activities in order to have maximum rest. However, they do not want to be controlled.

Home work is more suitable for female psychopaths, because there is a free schedule. nine0003

4. Psychopathic women may have brief romances

If such women get bored with a man, the ladies start dating others. Such women do not need a family, but if they decide to marry, then their partners are unhappy with such ladies.

5. Psychopathic women manipulate people

6. Such women are highly narcissistic

Such women spend a lot of time on their appearance. In addition, they often take pictures and post photos on social networks. nine0003

Such women spend a lot of time in the virtual world to show off their beauty.

7. Such women often lose their temper

Such people turn on from half a turn and cannot relax for a very long time. They do not remember whom they offended, but they perfectly remember the insults inflicted on them. They are ready to listen to apologies, but they themselves will never apologize.

8. Psychopathic women cannot stand restrictions

Such people consider themselves above the norms and laws. As a result, they suffer. nine0003

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how to recognize a psychopath?

In society there are always people with non-standard thinking, impulsive, perky character - favorites of the public, who play a specific role, hidden behind a mask of fictional feelings. Emotional openness or psychopathy - a deliberate plan of action in achieving goals? You can determine the subtle play of nature, you just have to wait for the right moment. nine0003

What is psychopathy?

The word psychopathy consists of two parts: "psyche" in Greek - soul and "pathos" - suffering. Psychopathy is a congenital or acquired in early childhood deviation in the functioning of the nervous system. Deformed development of volitional character traits that expresses the personality in society. Signs of psychopathy appear in early childhood; such behavior does not occur in psychologically healthy people in adulthood: nine0068

  • unrestrained character, hard to adapt the person in social terms - quarrels with relatives and colleagues based on the psychopath's personal self-hypnosis, a tendency to embellish circumstances;
  • indifference to the feelings and problems of other people, disregard for the norms of social behavior, the manifestation of violence and aggression to achieve personal needs;
  • psychopaths do not have feelings of guilt, making mistakes that entailed punishment is not subject to analysis - experience. nine0068

    Psychopathy in psychology

    A psychopath is originally an egoist, it is important for him to be in the center of attention, and no matter for what reason. The desire of a person to become a leader and attract the attention of others is the norm for him. Emotionally unbalanced individuals suffering from psychopathy can easily betray, they are cowardly. A psychopath easily turns an important task assigned, but not completed, into a scandal.

    Psychologists answer the question whether psychopathy is a disease or a character, a non-affirmative answer is the line between a healthy and pathological state of the psyche. Such personalities do not suffer from dementia or low intelligence, they are often successfully realized in creative professions that require expressions of an emotional state. nine0003

    Psychopaths are great at manipulating the feelings of others, pretending to be a victim or expressing "genuine" sympathy. Symptoms of psychopathy are often confused with manifestations of neuroses.

    A sociopath and a psychopath - the difference

    A distinctive feature that distinguishes a psychopath from a sociopath is remorse. A psychopath does not have such at all, and a sociopath has hesitations about bad deeds. A sociopath, unlike a psychopath, finds it difficult to pretend in society to achieve benefits; in communicating with others, he openly demonstrates personal interests, often makes rash spontaneous actions. A psychopath, on the contrary, never publicly recognizes a personal interest, and it is easy to pretend to achieve what you want, sometimes developing tactics of behavior. nine0003

    Psychopathy - causes

    Psychopathy arises on the basis of birth injuries of the head, encephalitis, genetic predisposition and, as a result, improper upbringing of the child, alcoholism of parents. If life circumstances that cause psychopathic syndromes in a person are minimized, then the manifestation of symptoms decreases. The first signs of psychopathy appear in early childhood and over the years become more pronounced - exacerbation of symptoms that form antisocial behavior of the individual. nine0003

    Signs of a psychopath

    There are a number of behavioral signs to recognize a psychopath. Ignoring the general norms of behavior for a person suffering from psychopathy is the standard. The psychopath lacks the skills to establish social connections, there are no long-term friendships. To determine psychopathy, a person must have several essential characteristics, congenital or acquired over the years, qualities:

    • short sleep duration;
    • nine0067 lack of gratitude;
    • high rancor;
    • inconsistency and a bunch of started unfinished business;
    • frequent change of work and stereotypes of thinking;
    • permanent false;
    • own moral laws, far from legal norms;
    • instant occurrence of rage states;
    • accusing the opponent of lies and shortcomings, at the slightest conflict;
    • frequent change of character masks, convincing play on the feelings of other people; nine0068
    • lack of long-term love relationships;
    • extreme hobbies;
    • sexual perversity;
    • baseless jealousy;
    • no danger reflex;
    • possessing attractiveness and charm, the presence of high intellectual inclinations;
    • non-standard points of thinking.

    Psychopathy - signs in men

    Thoughtful tactics of behavior in society, excellent disguise of real facts, is inherent in male psychopaths. It is difficult to recognize a man as a psychopath with a short acquaintance. High success at work and business, an attractive demeanor and high activity - thought out to the smallest detail behavior in society. A woman caught in the network of a psychopath sees the real face of her chosen one late - domestic violence is a norm for him that cannot be eradicated. nine0003

    Psychopathy - signs in women

    Psychopathy in women is manifested by signs of irascibility and emotional imbalance, frequent depression. Callousness of the soul and neglect of the feelings of loved ones are habitual for her. A psychopath woman is of interest to most men, her cold calculation is built on personal interests, there is no feeling of love, but selfishness is developed, which manifests itself in adolescence.

    What are psychopaths afraid of?

    You can determine the type of behavior of a psychopath by applying the rules of behavior, they will help to establish communication in a team, smooth out the sharp edges of relations between relatives. The best way out is to avoid the manipulation of feelings, in the interests of the psychopath. The disease psychopathy is usually divided into groups, with the main feature characterizing a particular type of personality disorder:

    1. Paranoid psychopathy - individuals with this disorder suspect everyone of bad intentions, are extremely observant, meticulous and curious about someone else's life, the manifestation of emotions in others, who are prescribed insidious plans. nine0003

    2. Schizoid psychopathy - such people do not like to express emotions and communicate, choosing a profession, they prefer work with minimal human contact.

    3. Hysterical psychopathy - individuals with such a disorder are afraid to be left without attention to their person, creative abilities, they react sharply to criticism.

    4. Excitable psychopathy - such psychopaths are characterized by groundless bouts of anger, jealousy, high demands on others, frequent dysphoria. Excitable psychopaths are rude and boorish, aggressive and easy to beat, prone to committing crimes. nine0003

    5. Psychasthenic psychopathy - cowardice and insecurity, these individuals are far from reality - dreamy, prone to unreasonable self-criticism.

    6. Affective psychopathy - characterized by constant mood swings, pronounced dissatisfaction with life, the search for artificial pleasure stimulants - drugs, alcohol.

    7. Unstable psychopathy - lack of willpower, a high degree of suggestibility and obedience from others. Having agreed with the opponent completely, such a person does not fulfill these promises. nine0003

    A psychopath in a relationship with a woman

    Playing on the feelings of a partner is a psychopath's favorite thing, Getting away from a psychopath is not easy, he asks for forgiveness in an acting way, with tears in his eyes, makes a promise not to repeat or resorts to threats - a close look at the frightened sacrifice, gives him pleasure. In moments of aggravation of relations, one should not cry and justify one's behavior, insult in response to comments, make promises.

    Wife and children, close relatives suffer emotionally from a psychopath husband. The decision to abandon the psychopathic tyrant must be final. Returning back to the psychopath, the woman in the following scandals will receive an enhanced method of pressure, she will be attacked by the tyrant with particular anger, she will receive psychological trauma that increases the self-esteem of the psychopath aggressor. nine0003

    How to deal with a psychopath?

    How to communicate with a psychopath if circumstances require contact? You need to know - he is not interested in someone else's point of view, the psychopath skillfully disguises his own interests behind an affirmative consent, followed by a surge of emotions. It is useless to enter into disputes with such personalities, if possible, listen to the arguments in the affirmative, redirect the conversation to a neutral zone, where the opponent is an ally.

    Psychopathy - treatment

    Personality psychopathy diagnosed by a doctor requires treatment. The initial stage will be explanatory conversations, family psychotherapeutic consultation, and the technique of hypnosis can be used. If after such methods of exposure there is no improvement in the condition, then drug therapy is prescribed. A strict selection of psychotropic drugs is carried out by a psychiatrist.

    Famous psychopaths

    Giftedness or madness of a person that influenced the course of history and the development of science - there is no clear division of the outstanding abilities of a talented person. However, a significant contribution to history was made by people with completely flawed characters, and those who had an unbearable character and a reprehensible reputation. Famous psychopaths who have contributed to the culture and history of mankind.

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