Come crawling to me when your impulsivity surrenders you to the deepest depths of financial, legal, or interpersonal hell. I’m sick and tired of individuals assessing themselves in the absence of clear and conclusive evidence of psychopathy. It takes far more than a few poor and rash decisions here and there to reach the heights of psychopathic impulsivity. Let’s talk about a complete disregard for your life. Let’s talk about a complete disregard for the lives of others. If your actions aren’t off the cuff to the point where lives are potentially ruined, you probably do not meet the criteria for psychopathic impulsivity. I’ve discussed numerous times my patterns of risky and impulsive alcohol and substance abuse as well as my excessive and consistent spending that has left me more than underwater. Sexual promiscuity also ties in as people like me tend to find any and all hookups with little concern to anything but the moment. Simply put, your definition of impulsivity and mine probably differ to a great degree.
I met him at the local coffee shop. He had just been released from the local prison and was then residing in a halfway house for those transitioning back into society. Before I knew it, I had seduced him and was giving him oral back at my place while my roommate and her kid were downstairs watching kids’ movies. After sex, I dropped him back off at the coffee shop and never contacted him again. He was simply a toy to play with and a relatively rare treat for one that does not have sex unless I can break down the other into a state of pure submission.
Psychopaths are notorious for their sexual promiscuity. Cheating is common as is rampant fathering of children of which the psychopaths will never know their names. Sexual coercement is not uncommon either. One of the more straightforward traits of psychopathy, the psychopath’s sexual desire is often unmatched and often runs counter to rules of equality between partners.