Be sure, the silent treatment and disappearing act will be laid squarely at your feet. Psychopaths love to work you up into a state of obsessive frenzy, so to do that, they idealize you, give you fabulous sex, and then begin pulling away and "triangulating." This is when they introduce other people into the mix to make you jealous.
In reality, he is off sizing up his next target somewhere. It could be an ex-wife or ex-girlfriend, a friend of the same sex, or even a celebrity. The final phase of the psychopath is the "discard" phase.
Psychopaths don’t like taking responsibility for their actions.
They want you all to themselves It’s not because they think you are amazing and can’t get enough of you.
You might think that's something you'd know right away by the red tint of evil in the person's eyes, the swastika tat on the forehead, or the insistence on discussing serial killers over dinner. Psychopaths can be extremely charming and come across like Prince Charming at first. On the first date, he'll probably tell you that you are stunningly beautiful, unbelievably intelligent, and uproariously witty.
It's the only thing that doesn't fuel his games and ego.(Those who have children with psychopaths must develop low contact, and keep in touch only as much as absolutely needed as regards the children.) Of course, nobody is perfect, and some people are just immature and go through periods of giving the silent treatment, or "devaluing" you with critical comments.Other people may triangulate to create jealousy because they're insecure or bored or don't even quite realize they're doing it.All this perfection is just a screen for their pretty serious flaws.They don’t seem to have a past A common trait in psychopaths is a lack of long-term relationships.