Their logic is the same as the song December 13, 2011 Categories: Brandi Glanville, charismatic psychopaths, Chordelos de Laclos, Chordelos de Laclos Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Claudia Moscovici, Dangerous Liaisons by Laclos, Dangerous Liaisons the movie, dangerous men, de Sade, deception, Eddie Cibrian, insincerity, jerks, Jerks and Triangulation, Le Ann Rimes, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Marquis de Sade, PDA, players, psychopath, psychopaths and triangulation, psychopathy, psychopathy awareness, psychopathyawareness, sociopath, sociopathy, Working Together to Share Information About Psychopathy, Yagoda, Yakov . Tags: Brandi Glanville, cheaters, Chordelos de Laclos, Chordelos de Laclos Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Claudia Moscovici, Dangerous Liaisons, Dangerous Liaisons by Laclos, Dangerous Liaisons the movie, dangerous men, dating bad men, dating jerks, dating Losers, De Sade, Eddie Cibrian, jerks, Jerks and Triangulation, Le Ann Rimes, Le Ann Rimes and Eddie Cibrian, Le Ann Rimes scandal, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, liars, libertinage, libertine fiction, libertine literature, losers, making women jealous, Marquis de Sade, Neatorama's Bitlit, PDA, psychopaths, Psychopaths and triangulation, psychopathy awareness, psychopathyawareness, sex addicts, sociopaths, sociopathy, The Seducer, The Seducer: A Novel, The Seducer: A Novel about Psychopathic Seduction, triangulation, Why do Women go for Jerks? Without causing pain to others, psychopaths and other jerks don’t enjoy their control over women.They use new victims to rub salt on former victims’ wounds, just as they’ll use future victims to try to hurt them in turn.If you’ve fallen for a jerk, you may take some solace in the fact that you’re in good company.Even Hollywood stars and music icons, who have their pick among men, tend to go for bad guys.Not just pleasure in itself, but pleasure through someone else’s dupery, misery and pain? In fact, it’s worth rereading the eighteenth-century novel about psychopathic seduction after which I named my own book on the subject, , or at least seeing the excellent movie staring John Malkovich and Glenn Close.In a particularly poignant scene, whose image I’m including below, the psychopathic sex addict, Valmont, is writing love letters to one mistress on the naked back of another: a corruptible young woman he seduced and perverted very young, who relishes the perversion and colludes with him in his libertinage. It’s not just sex psychopaths and other jerks want, nor just power. For a disordered, control-driven individual, there’s no better way to exert power over others than through triangulation: flaunting new relationships to his ex’s; fostering enmity and jealousy among his various conquests.
The fact that she became obsessed with her looks, lost a lot of weight, and now looks anorexic seems like a very bad sign.
I can’t.” And yet, many women who leave decent partners for rakish lovers do, indeed, end up living with regret. After the initial conquest is over, the Casanova types quickly tire of their relationships and look elsewhere for new sexual thrills.
Even giving in to their libertine lifestyle may not be enough.
saloon swung open, turning a low-key Jerry Bruckheimer-produced coming of age film into a beloved cult hit.
But what happened to coyotes Piper Perabo, Tyra Banks and the rest of the movie's cast? Piper Perabo for the feel-good final scene, but her trio of soundtrack contributions are strongly tied to the film, particularly the Diane Warren-penned 'Can't Fight the Moonlight'.