Psychopathic Seduction Secrets, Revealed!

by | Oct 1, 2014 | 24 comments




 Finally, here they are…

Seduction Secrets of the


♥ Psychopaths have a grandiose, unshakable, pathological sense of self-confidence.

♥ They feel no fear, so they have no social anxiety. They can approach anyone without becoming nervous.

♥ They are compulsive, unrepentant liars who will say anything to get what they want. They have no integrity, so honesty means nothing to them

♥ They’re predators, so they focus on their target like a laser beam. It’s the focus of a predator on his prey, adorned with a smile. Literally.

♥ That intense focus allows them to be totally present, which feels so very pleasing to the target.

♥ They have no identity, so they can be whomever their target needs them to be. They put on personas the way others put on a pair of pants.

♥ They’re astute psychologists with the ability to clearly and easily see someone’s vulnerabilities.

♥ Manipulation comes naturally, so they know just how to exploit those vulnerabilities.

♥ They also manipulate so well because they have no other way of dealing with people and no other reason for dealing with them.

♥ They have no conscience, so they don’t feel bad about anything they do. They have no problem looking themselves in the eye after manipulating, using and damaging someone.

♥ They have no morals. They know the difference between right and wrong, but they just don’t care.

♥ They have no ability to love, but they have the ability to act as if they do.

♥ They don’t honor commitments, but they don’t hesitate to make them anyway if it gets them what they want.

♥ They take no responsibility for their own actions.

♥ They become bored quickly, which drives them to move from one victim to the next to the next.

♥ Their lives are an empty and meaningless game, so they have nothing better to do.


Oh, I forgot one…




Aren’t they?





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