Here Are The Signs That You're Dating A Full-On Psychopath
Apparently, you are not entirely unlikely to end up on a date with a psychopath according to Calli Tzani Pepelasi.
Around 1 in every 100 people are psychopaths, which is similar to the amount of how many teachers there are in Ireland.
They are not what we think they should be and most so called 'psychopaths' don't partake in any criminal like behaviour.
So how do you know if you're living with or going out with a psychopath.
Researchers say that psychopathy involves "persistent antisocial behaviour, impaired empathy and remorse, boldness, emotional resiliency, meanness, impulsivity and extremely egotistical traits."
Psychopaths are also good at reading people and are good in their ability to be precise and creative.
They are known for pathological lies and for regularly trying to deceive their partners.
"If you are in a relationship with a psychopath and manage to resist their manipulation, they will often throw a toddler’s tantrum full of frustration, anger, nagging or repetitive conversations," the report says.
Psychopaths are more likely to cheat and not feel bad about it also and they struggle to feel empathy.