The Female Psychopath


The Female Psychopath

Beware, there are malicious women out there who are not what they seem. This is the same girl growing up with the doe eyes, having soft features, sweet smile, and that angelic voice…this is the same woman many men will eventually call perfect, and marry at some point, be wary…. This woman has little to no impulse control…this is the same woman with the hundreds of shoes, purses to match each outfit, dressed to the nines, in all situations.

This lack of impulse control leads to aggression, anger management issues, extreme forms of child abuse, domestic violence, and sometimes murder. This woman without impulse control, usually steals from friends and family, shoplifts, and may be an arsonist. She will hook you with having to “save” her from something or someone, usually claiming child abuse, or domestic violence at the hands of a previous partner, she will ply you with lie after lie until she gets what she wants, usually half of all your worth, or worse.

This psychopath will abuse you and your children, she will not balk at raping the neighbor’s child, or those that she teaches, calling it love, and affection. She will snowball and honeymoon until her dying breath and you will be unable to stop her. She is a practiced liar and will use the courts as a tool against you, she will involve other “advocates” that will help her based on her word alone, she will try her best to destroy you, and anyone that gets in her way, including children.

Your relationship with her will be quick, she will meet you and within months want that ring on her finger, be wary, this is a tactic, as it is hard for her to maintain that look and character of sweet and innocent…she needs to hook you quickly otherwise you will find her out. She will test the waters during the initial stages of your relationship, biting, scratching, screaming, hitting, punching, “playfully”, she will blame her actions on prior child abuse or domestic violence, promise never to do it again, and sweet talk her way out of any accountability.

The female psychopath is capable of murder, she is neglectful of any child involved, and if they get in her way watch out, she will kill them. You will be an initial target of any investigation if you are near her, cleared only when the evidence clearly shows that she is the only perpetrator, leaving you with a hole in your heart for the child or children involved, grieving not only their loss, but left wondering where that innocent, loving, soft woman went while you looked the other way.

The signs to watch out for:

1.Jealousy: At the beginning of a relationship, an abuser will always say that jealousy is a sign of love; jealousy has nothing to do with love, it is a sign of possessiveness and lack of trust. she will question the other person about whom she talks to, accuses her of flirting, or be jealous of the time she spends with their family or friends. As the jealousy progresses, she may call frequently during the day or drop by unexpectedly. she may refuse to let you work for fear you will meet someone else, or even do strange behaviors like checking your car mileage or asking friends to watch you.

2.Controlling Behavior: At first, the batterer will say that this behavior is because she is concerned with your safety, your need to use your time well, or your need to make good decisions. she will be angry if you are late coming back from an appointment or a class, she will question you closely about where you went and whom you talked to. As this behavior gets worse, she may not let you make personal decisions about your clothing, hair style, appearance.

3.Quick Involvement: Many people in abusive relationships dated or knew their abusive partners for less than six months before they were married, engaged or living together. she comes on like a whirlwind, claiming, “You are the only person I could ever talk to” or “I’ve never felt like this for anyone before. she will pressure you to commit to the relationship in such a way that you may later feel guilty or that you are “letting her down” if you want to slow down involvement or break up.

4.Unrealistic Expectations: Abusive people will expect their partner to meet all their needs; she expects you to be the perfect boyfriend/girlfriend, the perfect friend or the perfect lover. she will say things like, “If you love me, I’m all you need and you are all I need.” You are supposed to take care of all of his/her emotional needs.

5.Isolation: The abusive person will try to cut you off from all resources. she accuses you of being “tied to your mother’s apron strings,” or your friends of “trying to cause trouble” between you. If you have a friend of the opposite sex, you are “going out on her” and if you have friends of the same sex, she may accuse you of being gay.

6.Blames Others for Problems: she is chronically unemployed, someone is always waiting for her to do wrong or mess up or someone is always out to get her. she may make mistakes and blame you for upsetting her. she may accuse you of preventing her from concentrating on school. she will tell you that you are at fault for almost anything that goes wrong.

7.Blames Others for Feelings: she will tell you, “You make me mad,” “You are hurting me by not doing what I want you to do,” or “I can’t help being angry.” she really makes the decisions about how she thinks or feels, but will use feelings to manipulate you.

8.Hypersensitivity: An abusive person is easily insulted, and claims that their feelings are hurt when really she is very mad. she often takes the slightest setbacks as personal attacks. she will rant about things that are really just part of living like being asked to work overtime, getting a traffic ticket, being asked to help others with chores.

9.Cruelty to Animals or Children: This is a person who punishes animals brutally or is insensitive to their pain and suffering, she may tease younger brothers or sisters until they cry.

10.”Playful” use of Force in Sex: This kind of person is likely to throw you down or try to hold you down during making out, or she may want you to act out fantasies in which you are helpless. she is letting you know that the idea of sex is exciting. she may show little concern about whether you want affection and may sulk or use anger to manipulate you into compliance.

11.Verbal Abuse: In addition to saying things that are meant to be cruel and hurtful, this can be seen when the abusive person tries to degrade you, curses you, calls you names or makes fun of your accomplishments. The abusive person will tell you that you are stupid and unable to function without her. This may involve waking you up to verbally abuse you or not letting you go to sleep until you talk out an argument.

12.Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde: Many people are confused by their abusive partner’s “sudden” changes in mood — you may think she has a mental problem because they are nice one minute and the next minute they are exploding. Explosiveness and moodiness are typical of people who are abusive to their partners, and these behaviors are related to other characteristics like hypersensitivity.

13.*** Past Battering: This person may say that she has hit boyfriends/girlfriends in the past but the other person “made them do it.” You may hear from relatives or past boyfriends or girlfriends that the person is abusive. An abusive person will be physically abusive to any one they are with if the other person is with them long enough for the violence to begin; situational circumstances do not change a person into an abuser.

14.*** Threats of violence/Threats to falsely accuse and paint you as the perpetrator: This could include any threat of physical force meant to control you: “I’ll slap you,” “I’ll kill you,” or “I’ll break your neck.” Most people do not threaten their partners, but the abusive person will try to excuse their threats by saying, “Everybody talks that way.””they’ll never believe you over me”

15.*** Breaking or Striking Objects: This behavior is used as a punishment (breaking loved possessions), but is mostly used to terrorize you into submission. The abuser may beat on the table with his/her fists, throw objects at or near you, kick the car, slam the door or drive at a high rate of speed or recklessly to scare you. Not only is this a sign of extreme emotional immaturity, but there is great danger when someone thinks they have the “right” to punish or frighten you.

16*** Any Force During an Argument: This may involve an abusive partner holding you down, physically restraining you from leaving the room, any pushing or shoving. They may hold you against the wall and say, “You are going to listen to me.”

Please note that this woman is capable of ANYTHING, regardless of how she initially presents, in appearance and or demeanor, stear clear of her, stay far away, and teach your children also not to be involved with this “damsel in distress” come devil in disquise. She is not worth your life, or the lives of any potential children you may have together.

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3 Responses to “The Female Psychopath”

  1. AdVader Says:

    I recognize many characteristics regarding wrong defathering mothers, because of anti-male and pro-female propaganda they make a wrong ugly image of men thinking they are right and gambling on selffullfilling prophesy and cognitive dissonance not to get bothered of debt&consciousness, they never take real responsibilty of their crimes and do everything not to share fullworthy parenting. Knowing they are provided&protected by government&experts, the opportunity makes the thief, fathers and children are lifelong traumatized and (emotionally) ruined, stop the dirty feminized war against children&fathers, hetero’s and normal families, FamilyLife-4-Children&Fathers a human right (UHRC-8)!

  2. Ruben Quadros Says:

    There’s a thin line between someone with a Personality Disorder and the description of the Psychopath as made by you above. I think these Disorders are worse because there are others in the world who support these people and insist that they are absolutely normal. These people seldom seek medical help due to the same reason. I’d love to hear just how someone tackles and solves this problem when faced with it in his home.

  3. mao Says:

    thank you.

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