Dating and personality disorders
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But the last few months I've noticed he's faking a lot of it. He can still be a great guy, so I don't want to give up on him. Is it possible to have a good relationship with a psychopath? thanks I think I'm dating someone who has aspd, maybe even a psychopath. But it works for us, and nothing bad has happened yet. When he starts yelling and swearing, I'll just walk away until he calms down.
But the last few months I've noticed he's faking a lot of it. He can still be a great guy, so I don't want to give up on him. Is it possible to have a good relationship with a psychopath? He definitely has some traits of it if he doesn't have the full disorder. He was the sweetest guy when we first started dating. He's never hit me though, even when he's really pissed.
Talks about the ring he got her, but only to prove, again, how awesome he is. The things he does for hsi wife's birthday, it isn't for her, it is for him.
Luckily she is aware of this, knows that everything he does is to show how spectacular he is and has nothing to do with making her happy, but she isn't going to turn it down either.
On Wed she called me and said she never wanted to see me again because she had no romantic feelings for me. I saw her out at a night club on the following Sat night by herself and we danced two songs and she turned to look at me and she said I do not want to dance with you any more and please leave but she was mean when she said it.
I had too much to drink later in the evening and I called her cell phone and left her several vile messages.
He cheated on her with a friend of hers(he wanted to see if he could get her because she struck him as untouchable), and they ended up getting back together, but out of what I am gathering, some of the reason was definitely because it was better for him financially.