It’s very important to get away from a Loser at the slightest hint of violence, including verbal aggression, since abuse usually increases in frequency and severity over time. One of the things that might attract you to the Loser is how quickly he or she says ‘I Love You’ or wants to marry or commit to you.

You’ll receive gifts, a variety of promises, and be showered with their attention and nice gestures.” Drew Peterson and other dangerous seducers wouldn’t get any partners, much less attractive young women, if they showed their true colors from the very beginning. They 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.

Basically, if your significant other is friends with their ex Psychopaths don't think that anything is their problem.

It is difficult for a psychopath to accept responsibility for anything, which makes for a very frustrating relationship indeed. If you are in a relationship with a psychopath, you may find yourself apologizing for things that aren't your fault, or trying to convince your partner to own up to something that they never will.

Don't make the mistake, however, of thinking that they are emotionally attached.

Rather, psychopaths keep their ex-partners around so that they can use them for sex, money, or other resources.

Psychopaths are never interested in anything for very long.

They need constant stimulation and new objects to manipulate, and are therefore bored very easily.

Once they have secured their chosen partners in their grasp, they put them down to erode their self-esteem.

Carver states that, for instance, Losers “constantly correct your slight mistakes, making you feel ‘on guard’, unintelligent, and leaving you with the feeling that you are always doing something wrong…

There are many reasons why some relationships can't work; different goals, sexual incompatibility, and unfaithfulness are common problems that can break up a relationship.