They are frustrating and confusing to interact with, and it is extremely challenging to have a romantic relationship with them.
At the most severe end of the psychopathic spectrum, the psychopath has no conscience at all.
Actually, some psychopaths do have an attachment to at least one person, and that person is often a mother or a grandparent who was loving and kind.
In the best case, the attachment will not be reciprocated; in the worst case, you could end up broke, depressed, physically hurt or even dead.If someone displays only two or three psychopathic traits (e.g., some of the ones described below), there is room for mental health treatment and potentially a romantic relationship in the future.1.Superficial charm Yes, many people are charming, but the psychopath is charming in a way that doesn’t quite add up.While narcissists are oriented around establishing themselves as superior in every situation, the psychopath is focused on having power over others and exploiting others to get their needs met.In general, the psychopath is far more dangerous than the narcissist because the psychopath doesn’t form true attachments and he feels no remorse, even for the most heinous, injurious behaviors.3.
The psychopath manufactures lies with extreme details, and you feel like he must be telling the truth because he goes to such lengths to defend his lies.4.