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29-Nov-2017 01:25

Time to face it, you could be dating a control freak. *Yawn*​When the love infatuation fades and things start to get REAL it's only then when you Sounds familiar, right?When it feels like the fun is being sucked out of your relationship it's time to reassess, because love is are supposed to be fun, not leave you feeling like you can't be yourself. Controlling guys can't bare the thought of not knowing where you are and what you're doing. If your man's calling you off the hook, texting 'what are you doing? ​Control freaks will basically try to own you so when it comes down to who you talk to and who you see they will most definitely try to take control.

One of the tell-tale signs that he's slowly cutting you off from your friends is his readiness to bad-mouth them."While out to dinner with a guy I had been dating for a few months, he asked if he could show me something. Being British, he couldn't stand the vulgar way Americans hold their forks and knives while eating.After teaching me how to hold my silverware, he told me that he wanted me to eat the 'British way' for the remainder of dinner."Controlling men have a way of isolating women from their gal pals.That's why we understand each other." If there's an obscure book you love, he will make sure he loves it too. Pay careful attention to what a psychopath says on the first few dates about his exes and other people in his life. Does he break his foot on your second date and has to cancel? ) Did he lose his first wife in a car accident that left him with brain trauma (yet he talks fine and seems fine)? Everyone wants great sex, but those who have been with a psychopath often say it's the best thing they've ever experienced. A form of keeping you off balance -- but also possibly an unconscious slip of the mask of his persona. The first step in that is usually to give you the silent treatment over something.

What he's doing is called "mirroring." He has no real identity, so he sucks yours up and mirrors it back to you. Try to check out his stories -- call hospitals if you need to -- but don't be surprised if he has an excuse for why you can't find any record of any of his traumas. Psychopaths are also known to disappear for days at a time.

And if you don't agree they'll do everything in their power to sway you. Don't let him take away your emotional freedom girl! It may seem endearing at first, 'Good morning' texts, calls before bed and constant contact to see if you're OK.