If you are worried about getting lumbered with a “loose cannon” reader who is more psycho than psychic, worry not research has shown it is far more likely you will get conned by a work colleague hiding behind a mask of gentility than a genuine psychic.
We all yearn to have reliable folks around us, you know, the genuine psychic whose predictions we can depend on, or the type of buddy you can trust when things get rough. However, when it comes to buddies, we could get downtrodden by a lookalike for Glenn Close the “Bunny Boiler” rather than a “sweet as pie” Pollyanna.
So how to you spot a psycho buddy? What makes them different from the ordinary mate who forgets to call, turns up late for a date, and asks you to lend them a bob or two on the odd occasion?
- Psychopaths “seem” perfect, the ideal lover who tells you that you have a beautiful figure even if you weigh 20 stone, the perfect colleague who insists you are a genius… that is for a little while.
- Psychopaths pronounce words more slowly than most of us; they say more “Umms!” and “Ahhas!” because they are calculating what to say next.
- Fox News Online, reported studies done by a certain Dr Hancock who said “The use of the past tense can be an indicator of psychological detachment and the researchers found that psychopaths use it more than the present tense when compared to non-psychopaths.”
- Psychopaths act like victims, the whole world misunderstands them. They are the mother of all manipulators, using histrionics to get you on their side, only to rip you off wholesale.
- Psychos will convince management that some great new work ploy was their invention, quite. blatantly stealing your idea, the one you confided to them during your recent coffee break.
- They will walk over anyone to get to the top, nice is only pretend, charming is only “good reviews!”
- They will not listen to criticism, believing that they know it all, and you are totally daft.
- They are oblivious to feelings, they will hone in on you if they sense you are easy prey, and before you can say “what happened?” they will have ripped off your savings, ensuring your belief in the goodness of humanity is out with the “baby and the bathwater!”
- They blow hot and cold, one minute telling you that you are the “next best thing to sliced bread”, the next not even acknowledging your jokes down the pub.
If you have come into contact with one of these little monsters, it is a good idea to call a genuine psychic, remember great psychics working for a reputable company and will have been tested for their compassion, insight and natural empathy before they allowed near a phone. They will also be able to assess whether the guy or gal offering you a whirlwind romance and lifetime devotion in under a week is a true blue, or simply a psycho in disguise. Good psychics are expert at spotting bad psychos, so a quick consultation will not go amiss. that is if you do not want to get all psyched out?
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