They spend their lives learning how to mimic normal human emotions, but they don’t actually experience any of those feelings.
Things like compassion, love, trust, and forgiveness — all just convenient vulnerabilities to be exploited.
A highly sexualized society delivers an alluring drumbeat of distractions. Like the relentless drip of a leaky faucet, they erode the goodwill that underlies all relationships. It's just not possible to find another human being whose every quirk, habit, and preference aligns perfectly with yours.Such differences derive from our genetically influenced temperaments, our belief systems, and experiences growing up in our family of origin, explains Diane Sollee, family therapist and founder of Smart Marriages."We think, 'My father knew how to put the toilet seat down, so why can't you?To any onlooker, a psychopath will slip through life unnoticed.They’re likable, friendly, and charming (not at all over-the-top).The nightmare of nightmares of the limerent person is that you become interested in someone else.” Wakin explains. A girl diagnosed limerent is reviewing past encounters with the object of her affection by trying to figure out the true meaning of the dialogue.