How to spot a narcissist on a dating site

Game Theory in mathematics deals with questions of calculated trust.

We should trust wholeheartedly but know who to entrust with what. As opposed to popular opinion, trust must be put to the test, lest it goes stale and staid. The world around us is so complex, so inexplicable, so overwhelming that we find refuge in the invention of superior forces.

Perhaps the first telltale sign is the abuser's alloplastic defenses his tendency to blame every mistake of his, every failure, or mishap on others, or on the world at large. Is he hypersensitive, picks up fights, feels constantly slighted, injured, and insulted? Does he treat animals and children impatiently or cruelly and does he express negative and aggressive emotions towards the weak, the poor, the needy, the sentimental, and the disabled?

Some people act arbitrarily, treacherously and viciously, or, worse, offhandedly. Most often our disappointments stem from our inability to separate one area of life from another.Does he call you names, harasses, or ridicules you? Does he like hurting you physically or finds it amusing?Is he wildly unrealistic in his expectations from you, from himself, from the budding relationship, and from life in general? Does he abuse you verbally does he curse you, demeans you, calls you ugly or inappropriately diminutive names, or persistently criticizes you?Does he disapprove if you are away for too long (for instance when you go to the powder room)?Does he interrogate you when you return ("have you seen anyone interesting") or make lewd "jokes" and remarks?

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