Sooner or later, they become dissatisfied with everything they have in life and want something more, or something different.Psychopaths are unpredictable even in their unpredictability.They use these qualities to attract people and to control them.Contrary to other kinds of pathological individuals, psychopaths don’t experience delusions or manifest any “other signs of irrational thinking.” For that reason, they appear to be, and actually are, “sane.” When they commit crimes, psychopaths know exactly what they’re doing.The reports that during an interview with ABC’s “20/20,” Granadillo stated they would spend hours talking together and gazing into each other’s eyes. playful [and] very honest.” Honest, that is, until she repeatedly discovered him cheating and lying to her. The romantic and the vicious, the seemingly honest and the actually deceitful, the good and the evil sides of Joran van der Sloot all fit perfectly into the psychological profile of a psychopath.But only one side of a psychopath is real: the monstrous side. But they are, like Joran van der Sloot, dangerous and predatory.A psychopath’s motto in life is: “Bad men do what good men dream.” Psychopaths can’t grasp the idea of conscience and feelings for others except as a form of weakness.They don’t understand that their dreams are normal people’s nightmares.
They want whatever other people have that they find desirable.No matter what promises they make and how important their commitment to fulfill them 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. They say whatever they need to say in order to get what they want at the moment.To them, lying functions as a means of controlling others by manipulating their perception of reality. Because of their shallow emotions, psychopaths get easily bored.Their psychological hollowness propels them into a perpetual quest for new people to use, new sexual encounters, the newest business ventures as well as new and exciting ways to transgress social rules. They seek positive pleasures: highs, thrills and the sensation of constant euphoria.