10 Signs Your Partner Might Be A Built

When psychopathy doesn’t mean a horror movie crime.

couple relationships are difficult to understandbecause each human being has a very different way of thinking and, at the same time, of acting before society.

Whether it is a heterosexual or homosexual relationship, only those involved in it know what happens within their coexistence, but when limits are exceeded from different angles (physical, psychological, etc), it is something that should not be silenced.

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Among various types of behavior, a personality appears that has frequently resonated in recent years: the integrated psychopath.

What is an integrated psychopath like?

Although the term can be confused with that of a criminal psychopath (the one we’ve seen in the movies for years that’s related to the murders), a integrated psychopath has a structurally identical disorder to that of the typical psychopath, yet erodes and empties his victims with more subtle behaviors, according to the website the mind is wonderful.

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How to know that your partner is an integrated psychopath?

A integrated psychopath he can finish off his victim and not in a bloody and mysterious way like in the movies but in a psychological way.

on the podcast ‘Beyond Pink’ by Jessica Fernández G. in episode nine ‘My relationship with a psychopath with Priscila Navarrete’the victim herself recounted her experience with an integrated psychopath, which led her to investigate more about it and share what she experienced in that relationship.

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Priscilla Navaan architect, businesswoman, activist and speaker on psychopathy issues shared some points to identify a integrated psychopath.

Before starting the relationship:

1. Social image was intact

A built-in psychopath when try to conquer and be with you act nice, gets along with people that surrounds them and appears to have a great attitude to everyone.

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2. He always has a compliment

In courtship, not only does he behave well with the people around him, but he makes you believe that you are the priority of his life, fills you with compliments and giftsbringing out a “gentlemanly side” that eventually disappears.

3. Persistent

Before saying “yes” to a relationship, it is persistent with trying somethingHe shows great interest and never gives up.

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During the relationship:

4. Parasitism

hell with a integrated psychopath It begins at the moment the relationship begins, there it shows its true identity. These types of people are characterized for not spending so muchbeing greedy and disregarding financial matters.

5. Irresponsibility

When the relationship officially begins, things will never be the same is not responsible in no sense. It is even worse when they start living together or even start a family.

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6. Idealize the victim

In his mind, a built in psychopath think they’re going to being able to control your partnerWhen they fail, psychological and even physical abuse begins.

7. Frustration

Nope tolerate the “no”when someone tells them “no” that’s when the mistreatment comes.

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8. Ice Law

Even if they live in the same place, if something does not seem to you then will stop talking to you out of the blue and for as long as you want, always at your convenience.

9. There is no assertive communication

Refuses to fix things in a mature way, he shuns dialogue and prefers to get angry than solve it.

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10. He has no empathy

A integrated psychopath has no empathy with anyone Neither with his partner nor with his own mother nor with his children (if he has them), he is usually reluctant and does not show any affection at important moments.

In conclusion, an integrated psychopath may not reach act criminally however, your actions can bring your partner down. In case you detect any strange behavior in your partner Based on the points mentioned, it is better that you go to a specialist.

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