Be sure, the silent treatment and disappearing act will be laid squarely at your feet. Psychopaths love to work you up into a state of obsessive frenzy, so to do that, they idealize you, give you fabulous sex, and then begin pulling away and "triangulating." This is when they introduce other people into the mix to make you jealous.In reality, he is off sizing up his next target somewhere. It could be an ex-wife or ex-girlfriend, a friend of the same sex, or even a celebrity. The final phase of the psychopath is the "discard" phase.
If you had a tough childhood, he will say something like, "We both had it rough. Whatever he says about the other people in his life is pretty much exactly what he'll be saying about you at some point, so listen carefully. Did he miraculously beat cancer but it could come back at any minute? Once he has you hooked, you'll find yourself begging for sex because he suddenly won't want it anymore. Like you might be cooking dinner and suddenly he blurts, "I'm crazy you know." Or "I'm cheating on you." He will then either deny he said it or play it off as a joke. Once psychopaths have you hooked after the "love bombing" and "idealization" phase, they then begin to devalue you.I was very hurt that he'd make me look like that to the other woman. But knowing who he is makes me feel glad I left, despite of his attempts to hurt me.Lawyers are the second most "psychopathic" profession in the world after CEOs, according to Kevin Dutton's book "The Wisdom of Psychopaths." In his book, Dutton interviews a cold-hearted lawyer who embodies psychopathic tendencies.That's why we understand each other." If there's an obscure book you love, he will make sure he loves it too. Pay careful attention to what a psychopath says on the first few dates about his exes and other people in his life. Does he break his foot on your second date and has to cancel? ) Did he lose his first wife in a car accident that left him with brain trauma (yet he talks fine and seems fine)? Everyone wants great sex, but those who have been with a psychopath often say it's the best thing they've ever experienced. A form of keeping you off balance -- but also possibly an unconscious slip of the mask of his persona. The first step in that is usually to give you the silent treatment over something.What he's doing is called "mirroring." He has no real identity, so he sucks yours up and mirrors it back to you. Try to check out his stories -- call hospitals if you need to -- but don't be surprised if he has an excuse for why you can't find any record of any of his traumas. Psychopaths are also known to disappear for days at a time.