Victor Alsén. Stockholm, Sweden; Los Angeles, USA.

Victor Alsén, Profile of a Tinder Dating Psycho

Below is precisely the dating psycho profile specific to Victor Alsén, a Swedish Clarinetist/Musician:

1. Over-the-top flattery
He seems to be all over you very quickly, complimenting every single atom you possess. You are almost the most special person he has ever seen and you are purely perfect! This hyper-complimentary behavior get you hooked and obsessed over him while he gains your trust.

The truth is if you are truly that special and he felt it head to toe as he said, then why he’d suddenly forget you and moved on easily without remorse?

2. Excessive chatting
Very quickly, he just can’t stop chatting with you for hours each day with great enthusiasm. You might be over flattered how much attention he is giving to you. In no time and before you know, you start getting addicted to the chat frenzy and he had you hooked. If at any moment, he easily pulls away his effort and reduces the amount of time he is lending to you, you are rest assured to feel anxious and lost.

3. An enthusiastic, likeable personality
He can’t be more excited in talking and meeting with you, making you feel really flattered that you are such a great person who has caught his attention. He always say nice things, whether he mean it or not. He is a great talker who always knows how to maneuver the conversation in the direction of what you want to hear. He seems care about you. While in reality, he cares about himself most and he use this superficial “care” to make himself feel better about using you and fooling, lying to you.

4. Build you up with bigger and quicker than normal promises
He will first try to get the first hand information of what you are looking for. If you are seeking a relationship, he’ll tell you that is what he is looking for as well. He will start building up the hope of a relationship between you two. He asks you to be exclusive with him and relationship will come later once you get to know more about each other.

The truth is relationship is the last thing on his mind but he made an empty promise to hook you up so he can get what he wants for himself. Most of all, you don’t even know why he starts talking about relationship so early because you aren’t ready for that yet. He was just trying to get you hooked so you are not going anywhere else.

5. The unexpected fade and pulling away
He made you fall into his trap and probably fall for him with the previous steps. Then for no obvious reasons, he starts fading away. This could be one or all of the following three reasons:
a. It has gotten to the point he has to fulfill his relationship promise before he can proceed any further. He would want to bail out if there is not much chance of getting what he wants before he deliver his promise.
b. If you have unfortunately already start falling for him, you might no longer be a challenge on his dish and he likes the thrills of hard to get.
c. He is interested in pursuing new targets and probably already started cheating on you.

6. A player and cheater in deceit: a naïve relationship guy
He seems way too naïve. But regardless he gained your trust to be a genuine person. Player would be the last label you want to stamp on him.

You probably wouldn’t believe this naïve guy who asked you prematurely to be exclusive would cheat on you. Your 6th sense alarm comes off and you start getting nervous. He will deny everything however many times you question him and accuse you for not trusting him.

7. Horrible user catering only to his own benefits and needs, drags you into emotional disaster and then discard when you are no longer needed
You did everything for him, not because you like him that much yet but you did a favor for him because he seems so into you. He wants you to wait for him for a lengthy amount of time. You did it for him knowing it is going to be a very daunting, difficult and painful task. You put yourself to suffer loneliness and emotional dragging while waiting so he can focus on his career and you hope the best results for him by not interrupting. It turns out he is using those time cheating on you; hence he can’t contact you often.

You did everything for him to only get cold brutality back while he builds hatred toward you for no apparent reasons. And he is p****d that you suspected him. He responds by giving you more emotional torture.

This user gives you abysmal treatment that put you into lengthy period of depression and fear, while you are suffering yourself in order to give him what he wants. It is truly a terrible experience!

8. He can quickly put you in a pedestal; and in a whimsical second, he can throw you to the ground
With no fault of your own but his own psycho mentality and improper treatment toward you. He discards you with no respect. Suddenly before things even officially ended, he put you to a lower shelf as he has a busy life now with his career and friends. You are simply not important any more and his time is way too precious to spend on you.

You don’t deserve a dime of this. You put yourself to suffer and did everything for him to only get terrible treatment back. No appreciation, but only what he wants the best for himself.

9. Pathological lying
Victor Alsén will always say nice things in front of you, even it is not true and he doesn’t mean it. You can sometimes catch it when his action apparently doesn’t match his words and he is not doing what he says he will do.

Most words coming out of his mouth will not materialize. An overly nice guy is toxic, misleading and a waste of your time. He is also “intelligent” enough to know how to play games and be deceitful.

10. Distant and non-returned messages
This happened not long after the cheating confrontation. If you have gotten to this stage, he is thinking about breaking off with you. He has arrived at this serious stage not because he doesn’t like you anymore; not because he figured out you are not someone for him; or he can’t commit due to long distance and reality reasons. He will also accuse you for certain mistakes to make you feel guilt and realize it is you that made him stop liking you any more.

The biggest reason is he realized you might figure out he has cheated on you soon. He is fearful and he needs to take action before you land the answer so it will seem to be your fault or there are objective reasons.

Often time players will break it off once you confronted or suspected they are cheating. They will try to do it before you find out more about what they are doing so as to cover it up. You can be rest assured if a guy would bring up the topic of breaking up himself, most likely a new hookup has already been landed or is in the picture.

11. Emotion manipulator
He trapped you in his emotion love net but then pulls away. His behaviors are suspicious and he might be cheating or pursuing other hookups. He is giving you a cold shoulder. All these made you feel anxious, fearful and insecure. You start wondering if you are just such a person with no self-confidence and have jealous issues.

It is never you. It is him. Your instincts are right and that is exactly how you should feel: he is distant, he is not giving you the feeling back and he is cheating. You are left struggling emotionally and suffer without knowing what happened or what you have done wrong.

12. An ugly and disgusting loser
He will use you and string you up till the next option comes along who he also use to move on easily for himself with no hard feelings. In lightning speed, you are someone from the Stone Age. He put you in a mess and leaves you in the mess without assuming any responsibility. It is him who is the best and only interest he should care about. Whatever you have to go through because of him is none of his business. In the end when he views you as no longer useful (in his own psycho mind; not a real reflection of your value), he throws you away like a trash, stomping on you like a doormat and won’t even lend you any respect.

Sarcastically with a dating psychos profile, Victor Alsén’s loser tactics of getting over you and forgetting someone he shouldn’t forget so quickly is deemed a failed mission.

Most of the time, he lands cheap Walmart/Costco’s look hookups who has low self-esteem and self-respect. They will consent to be used as temporary play toys and hang on to whatever they can get from them. Some bear such low value systems that they won’t even figure it out after being used. As mainly a hookup seeker, he is pretty content with whatever downgrade or selection comes along the way.

Victor Alsén justified his own ugly behavior by claiming there is nothing wrong when both parties consent to have no strings attached s*x and he even have “feelings” for them. The so-called “feelings for your hookups” is probably the most disgusting part of all, which he uses to make himself feel justified. Deep down he doesn’t even value or respect his hookups, no matter what nice words come out of his mouth that he has no judgement. The double standard is he will not think low of himself for doing this.

13. Narcissist and lack of guilt
After everything he has put you through to make you suffer tremendous emotional and time loss, he might make some light apology that stays at the surface level. He is not shamed, he is not guilty, and he lacks empathy.

Even at this right moment, he thinks the most about himself and what could be the best for himself. Whatever you have gone through due to him is already done. Now he needs to take care of his own business, aka his own welfare and benefit.

Disclaimer: Victor Alsén is definitely going to claim the above is slander, rumor from some crazy people who wrote it to attack him out of jealousy or hatred. Unfortunately everything is written truthfully, whether Victor Alsén likes it or not.

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  1. Victor Alsén, Profile of a Psychopath

    Below is precisely the dating psycho profile specific to Victor Alsén, a Swedish Clarinetist/ Musician. Victor Alsén is a psychopath, deceitful actor, pathological liar, cheater and extremely selfish user who don’t value people. This is not a joke, slander or exaggeration. He is a psychopath based on medical definitions.

    A liar, cheater and psychopath will never change and he will tend to lie and cheat in business and many other aspects of life as well. So be warned. A psychopath can be charming (extraordinarily so), intelligent and extremely hard to identify.

    “To the psychopath, life is a “game” of gaining power and control and getting what they want, such as s*x, money or influence, and attempting to destroy the victim emotionally, psychologically or physically in the process. When they are bored and fill with contempt for you (e.g. when they have “won the game”), they move on to the next victim.”

    He has no conscience and feels no moral qualms though he may pretend to so he is not “found out”. He has no empathy and less regards for others. He uses manipulation and reckless behavior to get what they want, even if he has to hurt someone to get there. He is a skilled actor whose sole mission is to manipulate people for personal gain. He probably looks nicer than nice people. He may pretend to be interested in you, but in reality, he probably doesn’t care. He is extremely selfish and don’t value people. He is an intelligent, charming gamer and strategist who enjoys the thrill of challenges and winning.

    “From beginning to end, all this phony relationship can offer you is a toxic combination of fake love and real abuse. He constructs the psychopathic bond through deception and manipulation. You maintain it through self-sacrifice and denial.” – Claudia Moscovici, PsychopathyAwareness

    “You come to the realization the relationship was a fraud from day one. It was a betrayal in the purest sense of the word. The victimized person feels deep disappointment, profound loss, anger, bewilderment and incredulity.”

    “The stages of the psychopathic bond are what describe emotional rape, which is devastating. Others often see it as a “love gone wrong” situation. It is far more than that. The psychopath is predator who completely hides his true identity and motives when target a victim with the intent of causing harm.”

    “Psychopaths are ultimate cons wearing what is called The Mask of Sanity, which hides the truth that lies beneath. The mask allows them to move through society undetected. They are smooth talkers with a lot to say. They have no ability to love, no empathy, guilt or remorse. But that doesn’t stop them from involving unsuspecting people in false romantic relationships that have devastating consequences. Psychopaths are cunning and intelligent. You will be left in ruins while he goes on to the next victim with no care or concern for you. Psychopath can move swiftly and simultaneously among many victims through serial romantic relationships.”

    0. A psychopath
    First article:
    Stages of psychopathic bond – idealize, devalue, discard
    http://psychopathsandlove.com/stages-of-the-psychopathic-relationship/

    Second article:
    Sociopath vs. Psychopath: What’s the Difference?
    http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/sociopath-psychopath-difference

    Victor Alsén has very close traits as described in the first article. He is a very deceitful liar who know how to fake himself into a totally different personality that is not who he really is. He is a master plotter, strategist and gamer who enjoy the thrills of challenges. He intentionally plans out what he wants and will test boundaries to see how far he can go and get away with.

    Below excerpts from the second article also precisely describe the psychopath behaviors of Victor Alsén:
    “A psychopath doesn’t have a conscience. He won’t feel any moral qualms, though he may pretend to. He may observe others and then act the way they do so he’s not “found out,” Tompkins says.

    …lack empathy, the ability to stand in someone else’s shoes and understand how they feel. But a psychopath has less regard for others, says Aaron Kipnis, PhD

    In real life, some people with antisocial personality disorder can be violent, but most are not. Instead they use manipulation and reckless behavior to get what they want.

    “At worst, they’re cold, calculating killers,” Kipnis says. Others, he says, are skilled at climbing their way up the corporate ladder, even if they have to hurt someone to get there.

    It’s not easy to spot a psychopath. They can be intelligent, charming, and good at mimicking emotions. They may pretend to be interested in you, but in reality, they probably don’t care.

    “They’re skilled actors whose sole mission is to manipulate people for personal gain,” Tompkins says.

    Psychopaths are more “cold-hearted” and calculating. They carefully plot their moves, and use aggression in a planned-out way to get what they want. “

    A psychopath will not change. It is something more innate than situational and therefore it barely changes. Innate personality is pretty well formed by the time you reach puberty. Psyche-changing events are one-in-a-hundred and they can’t be induced by any known means.
    00. A cheater who is always going to cheat on his own
    A dishonorable person is going to do people wrong whether they are satisfied or not. There is more to the mentality of a cheater than appetite.

    “Some people cheat because they truly do not care about the other person or care so minimally and are so focused on their own needs and wants that they will cheat just to cheat. A percentage of these people are known as sociopaths.

    So often people cheat and do other “relational trangressions” as we call them because that is who the person is and not because of the other person. It’s easy to blame and point fingers toward yourself, but many researchers believe the data show people do not need help doing these things–they are quite capable of doing them on their own.” – An assistant profession in psychology, Phd

    000. A scumbag
    A person with no sense of propriety, decency or discretion.
    A low-life human being who is as worthless as a used rubber.
    A*****e, low-down dirty b*****d.
    A reprehensible person with no morals and holds no regard for anyone but him/herself.
    Someone with no remorse, particularly when backstabbing or stealing from friends.
    Also a liar and cheater

    Stage I. Love boming
    1. Over-the-top flattery
    He seems to be all over you very quickly, complimenting every single atom you possess. You are almost the most special person he has ever seen and you are purely perfect! He will say anything to get what he wants because he is a pathological liar.

    This hyper-complimentary behavior gets you hooked and obsessed over him while he gains your trust. His loving persona is a complete fabrication. You almost thought this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and the best thing ever happened to you, except all these are just happening too soon.

    The truth is if you are truly that special and he felt it head to toe as he said, then why he’d suddenly forget you and moved on easily and quickly without remorse?

    The love bombing stage is what he creates intentionally to create that bond and attachment so he gains power and control over you to make you vulnerable later. He will damage you emotionally, take what he wants, and leave you in emotional wreck with no guilt.

    2. Excessive chatting
    Very quickly, he just can’t stop chatting with you for hours each day with great enthusiasm. He will keep in frequent contact. There will be many verbal declarations of their feelings toward you and all your wonderful qualities.

    You might be over flattered how much attention he is giving to you. In no time and before you know, you start getting addicted to the chat frenzy and he had you hooked. If at any moment, he easily pulls away his effort and reduces the amount of time he is lending to you, you are rest assured to feel anxious and lost.

    3. An enthusiastic, likeable personality
    He can’t be more excited in talking and meeting with you, making you feel really flattered that you are such a great person who has caught his attention. He always say nice things, whether he mean it or not. He is a great talker who always knows how to maneuver the conversation in the direction of what you want to hear in getting what he wants. He seems care about you. While in reality, he only cares about himself most and he use this superficial “care” to make himself feel better about using you and fooling, lying to you.

    4. Build you up with bigger and quicker than normal promises
    He will first try to get the first hand information of what you are looking for. If you are seeking a relationship, he’ll tell you that is what he is looking for as well. He will start building up the hope of a relationship between you two. He asks you to be exclusive with him and relationship will come later once you get to know more about each other.

    The truth is relationship is the last thing on his mind but he made an empty promise to hook you up so he can get what he wants for himself. Most of all, you don’t even know why he starts talking about relationship so early because you aren’t ready for that yet. He was just trying to get you pinned down so you are not going anywhere else.

    “He never idealized you as a person; you were only idealized as an object of desire, one to use, denigrate and discard. He was never interested in you; he was only interested in gaining control over you, manipulating you, harming you and get what he could from you. As such, his interest was shallow and short-lived, and he moves on to new sources of diversion and pleasure. It is too bad by the time this happens, you have already pinned your expectations, hopes and dreams onto him.”

    Stage II. Devaluation
    5. The unexpected fade and pulling away
    “The honeymoon stage lasts until the psychopath becomes bored with you (and he’ll get bored quickly once he knows you are hooked). At this stage he has no incentive to hide his true nature any longer.”
    He made you fall into his trap and probably fall for him with the previous steps. Then for no obvious reasons, he starts fading away. This could be one or all of the following three reasons:
    a. It has gotten to the point he has to fulfill his relationship promise before he can proceed any further. He would want to bail out if there is not much chance of getting what he wants before he deliver his promise.
    b. If you have unfortunately already start falling for him, you might no longer be a challenge on his dish and he likes the thrills of hard to get.
    c. He is interested in pursuing new targets and probably already started cheating on you.

    He is not ready to lose you yet since he hasn’t landed his next prey yet. He will give you enough attention and validation to “keep from losing you, while pushing your boundaries further, gradually and steadily devaluing you and taking you lower. You will find yourself tolerating continually worsening treatment, which diminishes your self-respect.”

    “The more infrequently the crumb of love are offered, the more hooked you are. You become conditioned. You stay because you’re still holding onto the memory of your love from the idealization stage.”

    He will continue using his emotional manipulation tactics to keep you under control, keep you doubting yourself, keep you putting up with his behaviors and believing his lies.

    6. A player and cheater in deceit: a naïve, nice relationship guy
    He seems way too naïve and nice to be true. Therefore it is not true. But regardless he gained your trust to be a genuine person. Player would be the last label you want to stamp on him.

    You probably wouldn’t believe this naïve, nice guy who asked you prematurely to be exclusive would cheat on you. Your 6th sense alarm comes off and you start getting nervous. He will deny everything however many times you question him and accuse you for not trusting him.

    An a*****e and psychopath can sound like a nice guy and they are very good at it. The great part is that an a*****e can’t sustain it. He might be able to sound nice and act nice for the first three dates…maybe the first couple of months, but if he doesn’t get what he wants when he wants it, he’ll reveal himself. It takes too much energy to pretend and eventually they reveal who they are, just like Victor Alsén does. He will eventually turn into someone you won’t recognize by the way he treated you, which is indeed his true self.

    He cheats in every city he visits/resides and whenever opportunities come along.

    7. Pathological and compulsive lying
    Victor Alsén will always say nice things in front of you, even it is not true and he doesn’t mean it. You can sometimes catch it when his action apparently doesn’t match his words and he is not doing what he says he will do.

    Most words coming out of his mouth will not materialize. An overly nice guy is toxic, misleading and a waste of your time. He is also “intelligent” enough to know how to play games and be deceitful.

    Stage III. Discard
    8. Horrible user catering only to his own benefits and needs; drags you into emotional disaster and then discard when you are no longer needed
    You did everything for him, not because you like him that much yet but you did a favor for him because he seems so into you. He wants you to wait for him for a lengthy amount of time. You did it for him knowing it is going to be a very daunting, difficult and painful task. You put yourself to suffer loneliness and emotional dragging while waiting so he can focus on his career and you hope the best results for him by not interrupting. It turns out he is using those time cheating on you; hence he can’t contact you often.

    You did everything for him to only get cold brutality back while he builds hatred toward you for no apparent reasons. And he is p****d that you suspected him. He responds by giving you more emotional torture.

    This user gives you abysmal treatment that put you into lengthy period of depression and fear, while you are suffering yourself in order to give him what he wants. It is truly a terrible experience!

    9. He can quickly put you in a pedestal; and in a whimsical second, he can throw you to the ground
    With no fault of your own but his own psycho mentality and improper treatment toward you. He discards you with no respect. Suddenly before things even officially ended, he put you to a lower shelf as he has a busy life now with his career and friends. You are simply not important any more and his time is way too precious to spend on you.

    You don’t deserve a dime of this. You put yourself to suffer and did everything for him to only get terrible treatment back. No appreciation, but only what he wants the best for himself.

    10. Distant and non-returned messages
    This happened not long after the cheating confrontation. If you have gotten to this stage, he is thinking about breaking off with you. He has arrived at this serious stage not because he doesn’t like you anymore; not because he figured out you are not someone for him; or he can’t commit due to long distance and reality reasons. He will also accuse you for certain mistakes to make you feel guilt and realize it is you that made him stop liking you any more.

    The biggest reason is he realized you might figure out he has cheated on you soon. He is fearful and he needs to take action before you land the answer so it will seem to be your fault or there are objective reasons.

    Often time players will break it off once you confronted or suspected they are cheating. They will try to do it before you find out more about what they are doing so as to cover it up. You can be rest assured if a guy would bring up the topic of breaking up himself, most likely a new hookup has already been landed or is in the picture.

    11. Emotion manipulator
    He trapped you in his emotion love net but then pulls away. His behaviors are suspicious and he might be cheating or pursuing other hookups. He is giving you a cold shoulder. All these made you feel anxious, fearful and insecure. You start wondering if you are just such a person with no self-confidence and have jealous issues.

    It is never you. It is him. Your instincts are right and that is exactly how you should feel: he is distant, he is not giving you the feeling back and he is cheating. You are left struggling emotionally and suffer without knowing what happened or what you have done wrong.

    “In a profound act of betrayal, he only pretends to love her-and does a convincing job of it-in order to gain her trust. He gains power and control through manipulation tactics and uses her for whatever he desires without remorse, while he creates and ever-worsening emotional h**l. The predator gets bored and he needs the thrill of a fresh new victim. The psychopath must act out this manipulative cycle repetitively and compulsively in order to experience feeling of exhilaration. She is left with a heart, soul and psyche ravaged by the predator.”

    “If you are feeling less strong, less confident, less secure, less intelligent, less sane, or in any other way less than anything you were before, you are being covertly emotionally manipulated.”

    “Just when you believe the magical excitement of a loving relationship has made a welcome and long-awaited appearance in your life, something very different and sinister might actually be in the works. Psychopaths are highly skilled at hiding their real personalities and real plans. Their goal is to trick you into believing they love you – and they do everything they can to make you believe that during a non-stop phase of romantic magic. The intense bonding stage is created for one reason – to hook you and make you vulnerable to the manipulation and abuse that will follow”

    “You will blame yourself for things going wrong, analyzing every word and every mood, going over every conversation, and becoming very confused about what’s really going on. Your life, your job, your relationships with others, and your physical and mental health will suffer. Victims of this underhanded and deceptive manipulation struggle with feelings of confusion and emotional pain. Many also experience obsessive thoughts, rage, lost self-esteem, insomnia, anxiety, panic, fear,…”

    12. A disgusting loser
    He is not a good quality material and can only get cheap, low class options while getting dumped by high value women. High value people dump Victor Alsén right away whenever he is not being honorable; while low level ones jump right in to deliver themselves to him.

    He will use you and string you up while secretly hunting for the next victim who he also uses to move on easily for himself with no hard feelings. He has well prepared himself for some time while leaving you in the dark, which is why in the end he can leave you without feeling much while putting you in total shock. He is now ready to enjoy his new life. He put you in a mess and leaves you in the mess without feeling any guilt, shame or remorse. It is him who is the best and only interest he should care about. Whatever you have to go through because of him won’t be a bother to him at all.

    From beginning to end, you are being used for the best of his own benefit. You are his game and prey that he can gain power and control over.

    After getting dumped by high value women that he couldn’t match up with for being dishonorable, he proved how desperate and what level he is more of at by quickly hooking up with an ugly, trashy, tacky and obviously low life option whose cheap Walmart/Costcos type of look makes your stomach throw. While his past taste hasn’t been that off the track, this time it is atypically weird to demonstrate his anxiety after getting dumped for not measuring up. We obviously know where Victor Alsén sees himself at haha. What a laugh of the life, Victor Alsén haha! It is advised you marry this low life option (we desperately wish it happen) so we’ll laugh till death for the rest of the life.

    Many have little self-esteem and self-respect and they consent to be used as temporary play toys and desperately hang on to whatever terms he offers. Some are so dumb that they won’t even figure it out after being used. Now you see why Victor Alsén targets these mediocre types: it will be easier to maintain and getaway. As mainly a hookup seeker (but might be disguised as dating), Victor Alsén is fine with whatever downgrade or selection comes along the way.

    Sarcastically with a dating psychos profile, Victor Alsén’s loser tactics of getting over you and forgetting someone he shouldn’t forget so quickly is deemed a failed mission. He probably thinks everyone will have low self-esteem like the most he dealt with to tolerate his nonsense.

    Victor Alsén justified his own ugly behavior by claiming there is nothing wrong when both parties consent to have no strings attached s*x and he even have “feelings” for them. The so-called “feelings for your hookups” is probably the most disgusting part of all, which he uses to make himself feel justified. He will tend to hook up with the same person for a while so he can get the best benefit like a pseudo relationship while satisfying his game needs, till he lands the next victim.

    Deep down he doesn’t even value or respect his hookups (when asked to compare both he knows the difference between a date and hookup and will not line up them together), no matter what nice words come out of his mouth that he has no judgement. The double standard is he will not think low of himself for doing this.

    13. Only interested in having s*x with multiple people and he is not a quality material to treat you with respect or make you feel secure when it comes to the time you are outdated
    He wants to keep his options open and wants to have many options at the same time. Sooner or later you will be replaced with new comers. He will have hookups in each city he resides and travels. He prefers to keep seeing a hookup till the next options becomes available and he might give you a feel that he is your close friend or you are in a pseudo relationship. But you are still just a hookup. He wants to feel the fulfillment of a relationship without actually committing to one because the s*x will be much better this way.

    When the time comes that he is ready to replace you with new ones he has been secretly hunting, he will fridge you and no longer treat you with respect. But don’t cry, because he is destined to be having s*x with multiple women at the same time as long as the opportunities come along.

    14. Narcissist and lack of guilt
    After everything he has put you through to make you suffer tremendous emotional and time loss, he might make some light apology that stays at the surface level. He is not shamed, he is not guilty, and he lacks empathy.

    This is a huge red flag of a psychopath character. He will do whatever that is indecent, feel nothing bad about it and still think and act like he is a decent dog. He would even bring his gang of friends who is at the same level to listen to whatever ugly things he has done and support him. In the meanwhile he still thinks and acts like he is a noble, decent kind. OMG!

    Even at this right moment, he thinks the most about himself and what could be the best for himself. Whatever you have gone through due to him is already done. Now he needs to take care of his own business, aka his own welfare and benefit.

    Disclaimer: Victor Alsén is definitely going to claim the above is slander, rumor from some crazy people who wrote it to attack him out of jealousy or hatred. Unfortunately everything is written truthfully, whether Victor Alsén likes it or not.

  2. Additional quotes from psychopath research you definitely don’t want to miss that precisely disclose what psychopaths are like that resonate with the experience of Victor Alsén’s victims:

    Psychopaths tend to have polarized (two distinct) reputations. A group of individuals who will give you glowing reports and a group that will warn you that they are serious trouble. To his buddies, he appears to be an easy-going, nice guy. But that’s because they only saw one side of him, the jovial facet he wanted them to see. To his wives and their families–to anyone who had extensive intimate contact with him–he exposed another, much more menacing side of his personality.

    Psychopaths tend to keep closely around them a set of individuals who worship them: be it family members or spouses they have thoroughly brainwashed and/or a set of acquaintances who are only exposed to their charming, “good side”. Such individuals live in what could be called a narcissistic bubble, whereby they feel “special,” important and superior to others by virtue of their association with the psychopath. This too feeds the psychopath’s illusion that everyone adores him; that he can get away with anything: even if, in truth, psychopaths alienate most individuals around them and have, at best, ambivalent Jekyll/Hyde reputations

    They also can’t treat those they’re intimately involved with well for long. Although some psychopaths may consistently maintain the mask of charm in superficial interactions with their buddies, colleagues and acquaintances, their real controlling, selfish and aggressive natures tend to show through in extended intimate contact.

    “The first very influential book about psychopathy was Hervey Cleckley’s groundbreaking The Mask of Sanity. Here Cleckley went over every major symptom of this dangerous personality disorder. What is most striking about psychopaths, as opposed to other disordered or deranged individuals, is how well they blend into the rest of society, to use, dupe and harm other human beings. Their glibness and charm, as well as their uncanny ability to lie convincingly, makes them the perfect wolves in sheep’s clothing. Cleckley observes, “More often than not, the typical psychopath will seem particularly agreeable and make a distinctly positive impression when he is first encountered. Alert and friendly in his attitude, he is easy to talk with and seems to have a good many genuine interests. There is nothing at all odd or queer about him, and in every respect he tends to embody the concept of a well-adjusted, happy person. Nor does he, on the other hand, seem to be artificially exerting himself like one who is covering up. He looks like the real thing.” (The Mask of Sanity, 339)

    “Not only do psychopaths tend to be extraordinarily charismatic, but also they can appear to be rational, levelheaded individuals. They tend to be great conversationalists, orienting the subjects of discussion around each of their targets’ personal interests. The fact that psychopathy tends to be well concealed beneath a veneer of normalcy makes it all the more dangerous to others.”

    “The popular perception about psychopaths is that they’re serial killers or murderers. So most people feel relatively safe. The reality is that few psychopaths murder. So most people don’t realize that they have very high chances of interacting with more “ordinary” psychopaths: serial cheaters, serial frauds and serial liars, rather than serial killers.”

    Psychopaths are found in all areas of life. Most of them blend right in with the rest of us. In essence, they are us. They’re mutated incarnations of humanity in its most cruelly inhumane, emotionless form. A psychopath’s appearance and behavior in the world is difficult to distinguish, at the outset, from that of anyone else.

    Many were neither perverted nor sadistic, that they are terribly and terrifyingly normal.” It’s in that terrible “normalcy”; an ability to go undetected that the true horror of the psychopath lays. Psychopaths have an enviable ability to manage the impressions others have of them, through the employment of superlative communication skills and the absence of some of the social inhibitions other people struggle with.

    Appearances are usually everything to a psychopath. Whether it’s an innocent face hiding covertly actions, words suited to saints, or massive social popularity – it’s nothing but illusions for show. Differentiate between the surface mirage and the character and substance that lies beneath.

    “With a psychopath, people are moving objects to them. Any action – betrayal, fraud, lies, destruction – are possible at any time, if that action may prove beneficial for them. They are loyal to no entity but themselves. They operate under a cold and calculating rationality that screws over anyone in a vulnerable situation they can take advantage of. Friends and family are just the same: it makes no difference.”

    “Most psychopaths are superficially charming, intelligent, and can appear caring, compassionate. However they are quite manipulative, deceitful, lack empathy or genuine concern for anyone other than themselves. There is a self-serving need to ensure their own happiness or their own needs are met. Psychopaths often work really hard to get to know the person they intend to prey upon and are often highly intelligent and quite skilled at winning over others.”

    “It is superficial in that once the psychopath has manipulated, deceived, gotten what he wants and gained control, the thrill is gone and the prey no longer holds an excitement for him. At this time the real person, the callous, unfeeling person, often emerges. Most psychopaths enjoy toying and manipulating others. Dealing with a psychopathy can be both emotionally draining and damaging.”

    “They are the saboteurs, the toxic co-workers, the deceivers who lure you into a relationship, friendship, or business partnership specifically to use you, scam you, defraud you, decimate you, or just play you for sport and entertainment. Considering that most survivors need 12-24 months of recovery before they can fully trust again, you may imagine that these people are perfectly capable of inhibiting your success, career, and indeed your whole life with their sabotaging and undermining tactics.

    “An arousing sense of power, omnipotence, and feeling of intoxication, are the only emotional high they are capable of experiencing. Gaining the upper hand, personal games of domination and control, sexual conquests, political takeovers, violence, bullying and a*****e behavior are all such ramifications.”

    “No matter how successful, well-to-do or have-it-all they seem on the surface, the psychopath may seek to hurt or destroy the things they can never possess (love and affection, and those who do experience them fully) for sadistic pleasure.

    “The tools to gain the upper hand are hidden strategies and covert aggression. However, most people don’t go into a relationship, friendships or partnerships expecting themselves to be a supply to feed from, be deceived, manipulated, conned or back-stabbed. Most people go into it with trust, honesty, respect, openness and expect to be treated so in return. They have no idea they are in a covert guerilla war.”

    “Psychopaths lure targets in by presenting a front that is the complete opposite of who they really are inside. They learn everything about the target’s weaknesses for later use. They gradually undermine the target and work behind their backs while the target remains unsuspecting and trusting. Finally, the psychopath either destroys, betrays or discards the target once they are bored, or have obtained the calculated benefits. When the target finally catches on, its usually too late. A lot of damage has been done.”

    “Once you are enmeshed in their hypnotic webs, it takes time and energy to extricate yourself in the long term. And because your needs and your feelings don’t exist for the psychopath, almost everyone gets hurt in the process.”
    “The psychopath must act out this manipulative cycle repetitively and compulsively in order to experience feeling of exhilaration, which perpetuate his feeling of grandiosity.”

    “The world of a psychopath is characterized by boundless and insatiable need, particularly a ravenous hunger for power and authority. Psychopaths are willing to do whatever is required to get what they want. Psychopaths entertain themselves by finding ways to exert psychological domination over others. Their manipulative skills are highly developed. Their manipulation causes untold suffering to their targets/victims. Not only are psychopaths uniquely unperturbed by the suffering of others – they derive great pleasure from it.”

    “You don’t see them coming. When they finally strike, you are broadsided; in shock. The person you believed to be so charming and engaging turns out to be monstrous beyond anything you might have imagined.”

    “First off, psychopaths need a certain type of target. Psychopaths look for the weakest link in any chain and then pull on it until it breaks. Artful manipulation is what psychopaths are best at. Systematic in their detailed assessment of potential targets, psychopaths ensure they present a pleasing, attractive appearance, taking great care to charm in precisely the manner in which they know they will elicit a positive response from the target. Their affability, though, is a carefully constructed façade. Almost hypnotic in its effectiveness, the psychopath’s veneer is smooth and seamless.”

    “As the relationship with the target intensifies, the psychopath employs flattery in order to subdue any residual tendency on her part to resist, or question his motives. Gaining the trust of the target is key to the success of this phase of the relationship. If trust is not established, the psychopath will walk away empty-handed. He will not be successful in obtaining the money, power, s*x or influence he is seeking from whatever relationship he’s been engaged in. The façade or mask of the psychopath is expressly in place to fool targets. The ability of psychopaths to lie without compunction and artfully so, can disarm even the most intelligent and discerning person. Psychopaths play their targets with a predatorial expertise that is almost undetectable.”

    “Once a psychopath has convinced his target, more sophisticated means of manipulating the target come into play. With trust established, the manipulation machine that is the mind of a psychopath kicks into high gear. At this point in the game, some of the psychopath’s most treasured instruments of torture come out of the toolbox and are applied with clinical precision and relentless dedication.”

    “Just as the target begins to feel at ease with the psychopath, floating around on a cushiony cloud of the compliments the psychopath has been priming the pump with; things slowly begin to shift. At first the change in the treatment the target receives is almost imperceptible. The target senses something’s wrong. The psychopath’s mood is suddenly unpredictable and sullen. The psychopath has become less effusive with the praise. ”

    “The target reels with confusion, trying to figure out what possibly could have precipitates this change. From being the center of the known universe, the target has now been reduced to a source of indignation and irritation by the psychopath. The psychopath sulks, withdrawing the attention he once so freely gave the target. ”

    “But just when the target has reached the end of the rope, the psychopath returns to his “normal” self, again offering the positive reinforcement he has withdrawn. The relief felt by the target at this turn of events is indescribable. The original euphoria returns. What the target is unaware of is that the psychopath is establishing a pattern, to be repeated whenever necessary in order to keep the target off balance and vulnerable. ”

    “As the target is pulled deeper and deeper into the psychopath’s dark world, it will become increasingly clear that this relationship is a toxic roller coaster. ”

    They juggle multiple partners and new relationships immediately after a “serious” relationship ends, or go on the prowl immediately after a breakup – Normal people need a period of time to recover before starting afresh, if the original partner had meant anything. Psychopaths do not. As no emotional ties and obligations were made or felt, a new relationship is just new supply that can provide money, s*x, entertainment and attention. As they see people as moving objects, they are rather excited by a new and fresh toy over an old one that is out of season.”

    “Remember how a psychopath view people as nothing but moving objects? A human being /relationship vs a position/object are intrinsically the same to them – a situation to win, use and leave.”

    “When you associate longer-term with disordered individuals, the end it is almost always disillusioning, negative or tragic. Psychopaths like to exploit and con the people closest to them. It may be possible to see the frequent pattern of those closest to them getting hurt or being driven to ruin. They can even harm and hurt you unintentionally, because none of their actions or decisions take others’ welfare into account.”

    A psychopath gets you within their power largely through deception. They want you unbalanced, unhinged, weak, confused, so they can dominate, control, gain a source of supply for their own ends. Achieve a temporary thrill, euphoria, and sense of superiority for “winning”. Achieve complete capitulation of another person so they feel powerful and secure.

    Psychopath are extremely predictable. They have limited social and interpersonal repertoire. They use three general interpersonal skills and usually follow them in the same stages:
    1. Charm and bribery
    2. Manipulation and deception
    3. Fear and intimidation

    Ruthless covert predators succeed because they stay close to the ground, are calm, collected, quiet and never perceived as threatening before they strike: the intended victims never see what’s coming until it’s too late.

    They present themselves first as the opposite of who they really are, while assessing the target as an object with benefits to be drained. Once they’ve got the target on the hook, the psychological warfare begins, with the end goal to use, control, and dominate. Initially, their investment and feelings are real. The emotional investments will remain real as the target struggles to hold on to the romantic fantasy that’s slowly turned into a nightmare. Once the psychopath has drained all the value they can from the target – once the target is no longer useful – they are discarded cold. There will be no closure given, no remorse, no affection, no caring or compassion for the target’s well-being, even if the relationship lasted decades.
    For the target, the beginning may be beautiful and euphoric, but the ending will be bitter and excruciatingly soul-destroying.

    The psychopath will be motivated by:
    Money, S*x, the semblance and image of respectability and normalcy and power.

    The psychopath wants power over people, and they confuse that with love. Seducing and conquering gives them an euphoric thrill of winning Control. Psychopaths cannot keep people by love or other genuine means, they can only use manipulation and manufactured dependency to keep targets bonded to them.

    Calculated hot and cold behavior makes you feel desperate for just an ounce of affection and kindness from them, and makes you willing to push your moral boundaries further and lower for their approval.

    They will generally say one thing, and do another. You are essentially dealing with someone in which deception is an inborn trait. Being honest or nice will not work, and being genuine will not work. In such situations these are counterproductive behaviors that will result in exploitation and defeat.

    Psychopaths want their ego, and their need for drama, excitement, and admiration, satisfied. It doesn’t matter if it’s a positive or negative reaction; they live to know they have power over someone’s emotions.

    Psychopaths are unable to relate to people with affection and empathy. What they do feel in relationships are the thrills of winning. To them, this may be experienced as “love” or “passion”. The only emotion they are capable of feeling at their level of development.

    But they will need more and more to continue to feel that thrill. The psychopath’s need for emotional nourishment is a black hole that can never be satisfied.

    Psychopathic individuals are masters of impression management. They live a double life – a false, confident personality outside, and an internal ugliness that’s bound to come out sooner or later.

    The psychopath is, above all, an emotional predator. He gets high on the sense of power that controlling others, and seeing them addicted to him. He also becomes obsessed with hooking new victims, and can invest a lot of energy in getting them to believe the fictions he creates: that he cares about them, and will give them everything that they want. However, the psychopath’s emotions are at the same time very shallow. A psychopath is incapable of forming real, caring and deep attachments to others. So even his obsessions—and thus the “highs” he experiences when he hooks new victims–tend to be shallow and fleeting. He moves from one victim from another; from one high to another.

    A psychopath’s boredom is created by the fact he has no emotional depth. He can’t care much about others; he has no enduring bonds that aren’t based on mutual interest, or mutual using. Every human contact for the psychopath is a power game, one that he plans to win. Normal people avoid boredom by finding meaning in their personal relationships, caring about those close to them, caring about their jobs and endeavors. Psychopath is constantly looking for new relationships, new jobs and places, new sources of diversion and pleasure. But sooner or later they all bore him.

    If happiness implies depth of emotion, caring about others, the psychopath can’t feel that. But a psychopath often feels emotional thrills or highs when he gets his way, succeeds at a new conquest or endeavor, or wins some kind of battle with someone.

    Psychopaths never learn because they don’t want to learn from their mistakes. They don’t consider them to be mistakes.
    Psychopaths create love and sexual addictions. They come on strong, shower us with flattery, and promise us whatever we wish. They tend to be far more romantic and sexual and tender initially than normal men. But it’s all an act to acquire power over us to do as they please with our lives, our property.

    A psychopath shows his true self—the cold, manipulative, cunning side—to those he needs less. A psychopath is “good” only as a fake act with those he feels he needs at the moment. None of his good are real.
    A psychopath doesn’t feel shame. He may fake shame in certain circumstances, when convenient for him, but he doesn’t feel it. And a psychopath misses using certain people at times. But he doesn’t miss people in themselves, for who they are rather than what they can offer him.

    Psychopathic can fake decency convincingly in the beginning. But they can’t sustain their mask of sanity over time in intimate contact, since it’s fake and instrumental.

    “The Loser,” Carver notes, “has very shallow emotions and connections with others. One of the things that might attract you to the Loser is how quickly he wants to commit to you, typically, in less than a few weeks of dating. You’ll receive a variety of promises, and be showered with their attention and nice gestures.” Psychopaths deluge their targets with flattery, promises and gifts at the beginning of the relationship. No matter how promiscuous they actually are, they focus their energies on their most desirable targets. Yet, Carver cautions, this seemingly positive sign is, in fact, also negative. It signals shallowness of emotions rather than strength of love. He elaborates, “Normal, healthy individuals require a long process to develop a relationship because there is so much at stake… The rapid warm-up is always a sign of shallow emotions which later cause the Loser to detach from you as quickly as they committed.”

    In the honeymoon phase of the relationship, a psychopath is generally hypersexual with you. He’s excited by the chase and the “conquest,” by the novelty, by the fact that he’s (most likely) cheating on other women and on you, as well as by the increasing control he’s exercising over you.

    In real, loving, relationships your moral and sexual boundaries are respected without the fear (or the implicit threat) that you’ll be punished for having such restraints. That doesn’t happen in psychopathic bonds. In those, it’s guaranteed that you’ll be punished–with infidelity, emotional withdrawal, abandonment, psychological abuse–if you don’t comply with the psychopath’s requests. Of course, this emotional blackmail is itself only a sordid joke. The psychopath betrays you whether or not you meet his demands. The only question is: does he do it openly, to torment you, or behind your back, to deceive you?

    Compare how the psychopath treated you in the beginning of the relationship to how he’s treating you later on. You’ll notice a drastic reduction in excitement, in interest, in affection, in pleasure and in romance.

    At first, he was “nice” to you almost all the time. Later in the relationship, however, he’s attentive and affectionate mostly when he wants something from you. Affection becomes his tool of conditioning you like an animal. He gives out little pellets of nice words and tenderness to get you to do what he wants. Conversely, he doesn’t give you any positive reinforcement when you don’t comply with his wishes. The rest of the time– which is to say, in regular day-to-day life–you feel neglected, ignored and unwanted. You struggle like a fish on land to recapture the magical attraction you experienced together in the beginning.

    At the beginning of the relationship stalking behavior may seem romantic. It’s presented under the guise of not being able to be away from you; needing you all the time, wanting you. However, this constant attention masks the predator’s main intent: to control you and isolate you from others.

    We tend to be enamored with instant bonding, both in friendships and romantic relationships. We tend to believe that becoming “close” to someone quickly is a good sign: of deep compatibilities; love at first sight; or being kindred spirits.

    Unfortunately, instant compatibilities rarely turn out to be as promising as they initially seem. More frequently, they fade away and sometimes they are signs of danger. From your perspective, this instant bonding is a sign of your intuition. This intuition is usually wrong because its insights are usually based on your own fantasy or wishful thinking.

    In both romance and friendship, however, true intimacy comes from knowing each other over time, in different circumstances, throughout the many tests and challenges life has to offer. The sense of instant bonding is therefore often a sign of shallow emotions and predatory intentions. People who seem too eager, initially, to please you can be, in reality, not just incompatible with you, but downright dangerous. These are the strategies of social predators; how they initially attract new victims and get them hooked on their (false) “love” and approval.

    This is why the best thing to do is to proceed slowly in new relationships, with CAUTION. While it’s very easy to get excited by what looks like instant compatibility, keep a cool head, observe the new person’s behavior, and be attuned not only to the qualities you (desire to) see in him but also to inconsistencies, signs of deceit and implausible behavior. Dangerous predators are very adept at wearing a “mask of sanity” and appearing ideal; however, they are not good at maintaining it consistently in closer relationships.

    Such individuals are very impulsive and nothing rattles them for long. No matter what promises they make and how important their commitment may be to others, they’ll eventually let people down. In fact, they go out of their way to hurt and betray those who trust them.

    Psychopaths pursue short-term goals. They say whatever they need to say in order to get what they want at the moment. Whatever direction they take changes upon a whim, as soon as they spot anything or anyone they momentarily perceive as a better or more exciting opportunity. That’s not just because psychopaths are shallow, but also because they’re envious, greedy and power-hungry. They want whatever other people have that they find desirable. To succeed in their jobs, without doing much work, they charm, intimidate, manipulate and bully their coworkers and staff. To acquire wealth, they commit fraud or engage in scams. But, generally speaking, psychopaths can’t hold on to anything and anyone because their interests and needs change constantly. Sooner or later, they become dissatisfied with everything they have in life and want something more, or someone different.

    For a psychopath, his false image of perfection is both fantasy and disguise. Fantasy because psychopaths believe the illusion of their ideal nature and superiority to others. Disguise because this false image enables them to dupe, use and abuse others.

    Nothing a psychopath does, no role, new partner or transformation, however, can change the inner hollowness that defines him and all of his human bonds.

    Psychopaths feel smart enough to fool anyone and to get away with anything. This sense of ultimate power and superiority also leads them to lie so brazenly. Even “subcriminal” psychopaths leave obvious signs of their infidelities, fraud and other wrongdoings, to see if those they duped will catch on; to enjoy their transgressions even more when they can get away with them, right under their victims’ noses.
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    PATHOLOGICAL LYING, can be moderate or high; in moderate form, they will be shrewd, crafty, cunning, sly, and clever; in extreme form, they will be deceptive, deceitful, underhanded, unscrupulous, manipulative and dishonest.

    After spending months or even years with a psychopathic partner, after dreaming of a bright future together, it’s very hard to accept the fact that everything good about the relationship was an illusion. It’s difficult to see that every one of his qualities, words and gestures were manipulative and fake, intended, as is everything a psychopath does, to get you under his spell and undermine your dignity and strength. It’s extremely painful to realize that the psychopathic partner has never cared about you, no matter how vehemently or how often he may have professed his devotion. It’s infuriating to realize that you’ve been duped and used for his selfish and destructive purposes. It’s frustrating to see that most other people, who aren’t well informed aboutpsychopathy, won’t understand the degree of deception, brainwashing and betrayal you’ve gone through.

    Since psychopaths wallow in seediness, cruelty and perversion, they enjoy not only lying, but also waving their lies under the noses of the people they dupe. When he gets away a lie, he feels a cheap thrill. When caught in a lie, he feels no shame. He simply covers it up with another lie or, when that’s not an option, blames you for his wrongdoing or accuses you of behaving in the same manner. Often, even when psychopaths believe that they’re telling the truth, they’re in fact lying. A psychopath can “sincerely” state that he’s being faithful to you right before his date with another woman. Psychopaths live in an Orwellian doublethink world. They believe the truth of the moment while actively seeking new opportunities.

    Psychopaths view life and human relationships as a strategy game. Often a sociopath will invest an enormous amount of time and energy to construct a web of lies. He will repeat to you the same false information, to lead you to believe that he’s trustworthy; that he shares your life goals. He will pretend to be interested in your interests. Not only that, but he will mirror you consistently enough and for a long enough period of time to gain your trust. He will also take great pains, for as long as you’re useful to him, to hide his bad behavior, including the cheating, web of lies, crimes and/or financial scams. He will put in his best effort to brainwash you into accepting his false version of reality. Even the energy sociopaths invest in demeaning their targets is enormous, given that to be effective they do it gradually, insult by insult, demand by demand, over time. If they became abusive upfront and at once, their victims would be much more likely to be shocked by the mistreatment and reject them.

    Because they find no inherent meaning in human life–no higher purpose, no real feelings of loyalty and love–sociopaths perceive life as an empty stretch of time that they must somehow fill up with diversions, schemes and games at other people’s expense. Even most sociopaths who are well-educated and intelligent waste their natural abilities and their lives, on playing constant mind games, pursuing a string of vacuous and ultimately unsatisfying sexual relationships, manipulation, and often pointless deceit.

    Sociopaths lie to attain their short-term goals, of course. But they also lie when it doesn’t serve any obvious useful purpose, just for the fun of it. Deception fills their empty lives with sadistic entertainment and ephemeral pleasure.

    Most sociopaths wasting our time with their lies, intimidation tactics, manipulation and mind games is the most common way in which sociopaths waste our lives.

    Psychopaths generally don’t win because they tend to sabotage every relationship and endeavor by cheating, lying and engaging in other destructive behavior. They don’t view “winning” in the positive sense of achieving success–be it successful long-term relationships or professional endeavors–but rather as causing others to lose.

    During this honeymoon period the psychopath put on a very desirable front. He was helpful, attentive, respectful, flattering, generous, romantic and nice. He made promises that sounded great. He pledged commitment, fidelity, loyalty and everlasting love. He looked into your eyes and told you he doesn’t need any other partners. Cheesy lines sound very truthful and romantic when they play on the chords of the tune you want to hear. Psychopaths are good enough actors to make such cheesy lines sound plausible to their victims.

    But the psychopathic bond is no ordinary relationship. It’s an extraordinarily toxic relationship that involves predation.

    Psychopaths are excited by novelty: by duping and seducing a new person. The relationship itself was at the very least emotionally abusive. A breakup with a psychopath happens because he has mistreated you: lied to you, cheated on you, controlled you. Psychopaths feign working at a relationship long enough to get what they want.
    Real life with the psychopath will be filled with double standards in his favor, with jealousy and deceit, with constant tension and fighting, with higher expectations from him and fewer efforts on his part to meet you halfway and improve the relationship.

    They all hide their evil designs, mask their exploitative nature and withhold their real malicious motives from us. That is how they lure us; that is how they use us; that is how they also aim to destroy us, if not physically, then at the very least emotionally. The luring phase is perhaps the most sadistic of all because it is their best effort at disguise.

    Healthy relationships don’t end abruptly, as if they never even happened because normal people can’t detach so quickly from deeper relationships.

    Most of us want what is too good to be true and extraordinary over what is imperfect and requires effort and compromise. Unfortunately, as many of us found out through very painful life experiences, the kinds of people most likely to offer all of the above are personality disordered individuals: particularly psychopaths.

    Life with a psychopath quickly turns into a crazy roller coaster ride. Psychopaths usually retain the appearance of calm, even in the face of great duress. However, sharing your life with a psychopath for any significant period of time means living with constant drama and extreme ups and downs:
    The psychopath, not being capable of forming deep emotional attachments, is very easily bored. Consequently, he will need to provoke constant drama in his personal and sometimes even his professional life, for entertainment.

    There’s an aspect of the roller coaster ride–the constant ups and downs, the extreme idealization and the bitter devaluation–which is even harder for victims to accept. It’s nearly impossible for victims to understand why somebody who made such a great effort to seduce you; who couldn’t praise you enough; who seemed to be lost in your eyes could all of a sudden perceive you as a nothing and a nobody; insult you, criticize and stab you in the back to others.

  3. Remember the wisdom words: see how a person treat others, is how he is going to treat you. A liar and cheater in life will always cheat in business and can’t be trusted.

    Top 5 Signs Victor Alsén is a Psychopath:

    1. This one is a surefire sign of mental disorder; no other explanations. However it has to be kept confidential since the material is too sensitive.

    Victor Alsén has a creepy, warped psychology and appetite in game playing/thrill chasing, gaining power/control and winning. Not just for getting something out of it for himself. But sometimes just purely for the sports and entertainment of it. Victor Alsén always mentions he likes things (even small things) hard to get and challenging. He will test boundaries with people to see if he can get away with it – another form of game playing to ease his boring psychopathic life. He said people comment him as:”Why you always have to win.”

    Psychopath has an excessive need for novel, thrilling, and exciting stimulation because they have emotional poverty or a limited range or depth of feelings comparing to normal people and they have to create dramas and they need stimulation so as to add excitement to their life or they are prone to boredom.

    Victor Alsén plot and play shows which he derived great enjoyment as you will be able to tell from his tone, despite the victim feels quite sick, creepy and uncomfortable for what he has done. He is a great talker to convince and talk the victim out of the doubt that he did it intentionally. But it doesn’t take a genius to figure out how mentally troubled Victor Alsén is. Everyone who has heard the story feels quite outrageous of what Victor Alsén has done, pointed out he must have done it intentionally and he has mental problems.

    2. Deceitfulness and PATHOLOGICAL LYING —
    The No 2 sign important sign of a psychopath. When someone is deceitful, when he can appear on the outside to be a totally different person of who he really is and make you completely believe he is truly the one he portrayed wearing a sheep’s clothing. A deceitful person IS ABSOLUTELY MENTAL ILL. A jerk will lie and act but you can see him through easily, while a deceitful psychopath will fool you into believing without a doubt every inch of his image.

    Victor Alsén say nice things all the time and his saint words are very touchy. He cares about animals, he cares about refugees. Do you know that anyone who is too sweet mouthed has a high tendency to be a hypocrite, back stabber or worst of all – Psychopath?! More than the other way around: being a genuinely kind person.

    He also lies all the time: big lies, small lies or lies no need to lie about. He can make you believe he is the first and very person you awaited long who fulfills all your dreams. He lies to your face without blinking an eye that he is not cheating on you and blames you for not trusting him, for your irrational thought while he is on his way to a date. He is constantly lying that very quickly you get lost in the matrix and you won’t even be able to tell what he says is true and what is a lie.

    “Pathological lying can be moderate or high; in moderate form, they will be shrewd, crafty, cunning, sly, and clever; in extreme form, they will be deceptive, deceitful, underhanded, unscrupulous, manipulative and dishonest.”

    “There are people who lie habitually, with the intent to deceive and manipulate others for their own personal gain, and they do not feel bad about doing it. In fact, they revel in it. These people are pathological liars, and they are psychopaths. After much research, I have concluded that all pathological and compulsive liars have personality disorders, and those disorders can be placed on a psychopathic spectrum. Pathological lying is the opposite of normal. I will repeat that: pathological lying is the opposite of normal! It is irrelevant that researchers have discovered evidence that everyone lies in one way or another. Not only are most lies damaging, psychopathic lies are beyond the scope of what most people can even imagine. When someone lies habitually, that behavior pattern is always connected to other extremely disturbing traits and behaviors. Lying is like breathing for psychopaths. There are times when he is the most charming person on Earth. But he has been lying to you for so long that you don’t know what is true and what is false.”

    3. GLIB, SUPERFICIAL CHARM and average or above average intelligence
    No one who knows Victor Alsén is going to miss the fact what a smooth talker he is. And the extra strength he will put out to convince you, gain your trust or make you like him. It is very flattering and no one can turn down such charm. This is also the danger of it: he is very likable and will gain your trust, which makes the manipulation and duping come easy for him later.

    He can maneuver the conversation instantly to shift to things you want to hear. You will feel so much in common with him because he is mirroring you and your interest like a chameleon.

    “The tendency to be smooth, engaging, charming, slick, and verbally facile. A psychopath never gets tongue-tied. He can also be a great listener, to simulate empathy while zeroing in on his targets’ dreams and vulnerabilities, to be able to manipulate them better.”

    “Psychopaths are often witty and articulate. They can be amusing and entertaining conversationalists, ready with a quick and clever comeback, and can tell unlikely but convincing stories that cast themselves in a good light. They can be very effective in presenting themselves well and are often very likable and charming.”

    4. LACK OF REMORSE, GUILT and SHAME; CALLOUSNESS and LACK OF EMPATHY; CONNING AND MANIPULATIVENESS
    Victor Alsén ruthlessly lie to, use, string along, emotionally abuse, harm, cheat and disrespect his victims. He will use and harm his victims till he found the next victims and ready to move on easily for himself. The victims have been emotionally abused for too long and burst out, while he stay calm and claim the victims, who have been destroyed by him intentionally, as crazy or lack of emotional stability.

    Despite knowing he has put his victims in wreck for all of his fault, he moved on to enjoy his new life (a brand new cycle that repeats itself) like nothing is going on. As a matter of fact, in the blink of an eye, he went from like you to almost already forget you as a human being, not to mention your suffering which is none of his business.

    Victor Alsén’s apologies always sound empty because it is theatrical and he has no real feeling for you. He obviously has a lack of guilt, remorse and shame. He openly invites his friends to sit by him and listen to what his victim accusing his wrong doing and:

    He has no facial expression; meaning he is not feeling anything bad about his behavior or feeling sorry for his victim’s wellness, situation and suffering.
    He is not shamed at all in front of his friends (which is truly shocking) when everyone knows it is his fault. He even says: “no one cares (about his wrong doing)”. Therefore he doesn’t have to feel shame about it.
    His unusual and abnormal lack of guilt, remorse and shame have been noted till eventually it is found out to be a psychopathy trait, along with many other psychopathic behaviors of his.

    “Psychopaths devalue and replace others at the drop of a hat. Although you probably experienced an instant connection of trust and excitement with them, you’ll come to realize they can forge that bond with anyone, after declaring you more special than anyone else he has ever met in their life. Psychopaths have no loyalty, no attachment, and no love. They leave behind a trail of destruction, and they blame their victims for it every time.”

    “A lack of feelings or concern for the losses, pain, and suffering of victims; a tendency to be unconcerned, dispassionate, coldhearted and unempathic, usually demonstrated by a disdain for one’s victims. A lack of feelings toward people in general; cold, contemptuous, inconsiderate, and tactless in spite of signs of open gregariousness and superficial warmth. The use of deceit and deception to cheat, con, or defraud others for personal gain. Exploitation and callous ruthlessness is present, as reflected in a lack of concern for the feelings and suffering of one’s victims.”

    5. PROMISCUOUS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR:
    “A variety of brief, superficial relations, numerous affairs, and an indiscriminate selection of sexual partners; the maintenance of numerous, multiple relationships at the same time.”

    Victor Alsén maintains various “short term relationships” at the same time. “Short term” because he gets bored quickly and will move on to the next victim after love bombing and focus his energy intensely on one main target at a time. It is called “relationship” because one night stand would be too unfulfilling and boring for a psychopath: who needs to dupe, play games and manipulate his victims to stimulate and entertain his life. Therefore he likes the challenge of pursuing the victim. The more challenge there is, the more thrilling it will be. See the victim falls for him gradually and probably fall in love with him. Then he will change into a monster and manipulate her, derive great enjoyment from it. He will watch her crash and suffer for him through his manipulative tactics, then he will cheat on her and probably let her found out to put her in even great amount of fear and anxiety, then once she is used up, he will discard her and quickly flaunt his new victim around.

    “Psychopaths manufacture toxic, desperate love. And the thing about this sort of idealize/devalue passion is that it’s long-lasting and obsessive. Psychopaths groom others to spend every waking moment thinking about them, and then they tear it all away without a moment’s notice. Because psychopaths are eternally bored and incapable of human bonding, this transition is quite easy for them. But to a normal, healthy individual, it’s devastating.”

    “After their abuse, lying, and mind games, they simply expect you to shut up and/or grovel.That’s it. If you display any signs of anger or disbelief, you’re bitter. “Crazy” and “Hysterical” are words of invalidation, minimization, and dismissal. They imply that any reaction you display is over-the-top. This encourages you to stop reacting, and thereby stop standing up for yourself. By making you question your own sanity, the psychopath is able to take the spotlight away from their own abusive behavior.”

    “After the breakup, they will openly flaunt their new partner, where most normal people would feel very embarrassed and secretive about entering a new relationship so quickly.”

  4. Savannahs Stockholm shoe store (Savannahs.com)’s Victor Alsén is a seasoned computer and mobile device hacker. He has hacked into tons of people’s devices and social media, email accounts to impersonate as some in order to talk to the others, attempting to steal these people’s information and intrude privacies. He hacks into business to change code to make bad things happen.

    He is accused with crimes in hacking, tracking people’s physical locations, vandalism, extortion, annoying phone calls with around 10 police reports filed against him. When people find out what kind of person he is and calls him out, he would then slander these people and their business online, along with the illegal activities and harassment above.

  5. Savannahs Stockholm (savannahs.com) ‘s Victor Alsén has been conducting a series of unethical and illegitimate behaviors including attacking competitors’ business, hacking, intrusion of privacy, stealing personal information, damage properties and defamation etc.

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