Why Do Psychopath Narcissists TORTURE Their Partners?

Psychopath Narcissists look like normal human beings on the outside, but don’t be fooled. On the inside they are soulless monsters incapable of feeling normal human emotions like Love and Empathy and for obvious reasons, do not operate like normal human beings.

They are disordered individuals, forever angry and resentful at the world and at themselves. Since they cannot feel any sort of empathy towards another human being, they do not understand why it is that some of their actions cause others pain and grief.

In time they learn to use this lack of empathy as a form of power and control over normal human beings and are able to get away with immoral acts in order to rise to the top of the corporate world or reach Hollywood fame, crushing anyone in their path without a trace of guilt or remorse.

Of course not every born psychopath or narcissist craves to be a CEO, high level political figure, Hollywood celebrity or rock star. Some find temporary content in slithering their way into the status quo relationship where they will covertly execute their narcissistic plan over their spouse and family over the long haul.

Since a psychopath can never find true happiness in any relationship due to their inability to feel love or empathy, the only thing that fills their void is narcissistic supply.

Narcissistic supply is like a drug to a psychopath narcissist. This drug can come in the form of money, material things, sex, lust, attention, and in this case torturing their partners.

The very act of playing with the hearts and emotions of their partners is a form of narcissistic supply to the psychopath. This is something every toxic individual with narcissistic personality disorder does as part of their addiction to their drug.

The high they experience watching their partners suffer and cry is immeasurable and they are addicted to it.

This is why a psychopath narcissist enjoys torturing their partners aka victims. They do it for the rush. This is the only way a narcissist actually FEELS something.

For a psychopath, it temporarily fills the void that forever runs dry. A thirst which normal healthy individuals quench with feelings of Love.

Since psychopaths are incapable of love, they get their needs met thru torturing their victims.

One of the most common ways a narcissist tortures their partners is by using a manipulative tactic called gas lighting.

Gas lighting is a narcissistic tactic used by psychopaths that lead their victims, by psychological means, into questioning their own sanity.

A narcissist will tell you something, then a week later deny they ever said such a thing, even though you have proof. The narcissist then repeats this process again and again until eventually you start believing THEM and begin questioning yourself.

It makes you feel as if YOU are going crazy.

The narcissist loves torturing you this way and since they don’t have any empathy in their black little hearts, it comes all too easy for them.

These narcissistic predators are sadists and salivate at the mere thought of watching you suffer.

Torturing you is how psychopaths get their fix of narcissistic supply; an addiction the narcissist can never cure or control.

And yes, the psychopath narcissist ENJOYS every last second of your suffering, torture and demise.


Narcissist abuse is a perpetual nightmare not many can wake up from. The anxiety, trauma and PTSD can last a lifetime if one does not properly cut ties with their psychopathic tormentor and follow through with a specific plan for recovery.

However, this path can be a mystery to most victims of narcissists who’ve been discarded and dismantled. That’s why I’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will show you how to take the first step in establishing boundaries between you and your abuser. Study this guide carefully and do exactly what it says, especially if you have been recently discarded and left to rot by your narcissist ex.

These were the first instructions my mentor gave me back when I too was in hell; gasping for air from the suffocating panic and bed ridden anxiety my psychopath ex had left me in. I followed his guidance to the tee and instantly felt life breathing back into my soul… as will YOU when you follow these easy steps.

The information in this guide is crucial to your mental health and recovery. Do not hesitate or risk another minute of your life drifting into oblivion at the hands of a psychopath narcissist.

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5 Replies to “Why Do Psychopath Narcissists TORTURE Their Partners?”

  1. I’ve been a victim of a psychopath ex-husband and is the father to my children. There is some incorrect information on here regarding psychopaths. First, even though they can use toxic tactics that narcissists do, but it’s not from the same foundation of the disorder. A person with NPD is due to trauma and abuse and have severe esteem and insecurity issues.
    A psychopath is confident and secure with themselves. They don’t need praise or attention. They are quite content and prefer to spend time alone mask off and have no need to be around other people. A psychopath can grow up in an abusive home and because they don’t experience emotions there are no emotions to cause injury to. They are capable of causing harm, which I’ve experienced, but they don’t go torturing others for fun. Only to benefit themselves in some way, then and only then will they take things to the extreme if need be. This is when things can get dangerous for others depending on what their out to accomplish. Causing injury to others is a by-product, not the main focus. They don’t bother with harming others as they don’t actually feel anything from doing so. It is too much of a waste of time and energy. There are some more dangerous than others which are usually the low functioning psychopaths. These are the ones that end up in jail because they haven’t mastered putting together a code of conduct as the high functioning ones do. High functioning may resort to criminal activity, unfortunately, with their meticulous planning and intelligence, they rarely get caught.
    They don’t care that they don’t experience emotions and they are fine with how they are. In fact, emotions seem silly to them and are annoyed by observing others displaying them, however, mimic easily to manipulate.
    They lack love, the ability to bond and trust. Which is why many psychopaths that have children and are separated or divorced from the children’s mothers neglect to maintain relationships with their children.

    1. @Lannie

      Thanks for your feedback and contribution to the site. In my experience dealing with psychopaths and narcissists in my personal life and speaking with psychiatrists and doctors, the terms Narcissist, Sociopath and Psychopath are sometimes interchangeable terms, even thought technically this is not accurate. Then we have the Borderline Personality Disorder, the Cluster Bs, etc. There are so many medical diagnosis to keep up with that it just confuses people when the bottom line is, these are disordered human beings who in the end, cause great harm to their partners, spouses, children or parents.

      I believe there are LEVELS to the narcissist disorder which become more extreme as the disorder takes on a new life within it’s host. A lot of narcissists were spawned from a traumatic experience earlier in their life while some psychopaths were simply just born that way. This is all true, but the patterns are almost identical amongst them. The common folk have no idea how dangerous being in a relationship with one of these individuals can be not only for their health and safety but in less extreme cases, to their career, social life, and overall happiness. They are toxic, miserable individuals who prey on the unsuspecting, empathetic human being.

      Feel free to drop us a line anytime and share your experiences with the community. There are many victims out there still seeking answers and this type of information can help make a difference.

      1. I have been in court for 6 years against my ex I finally got an ex parte protection orde April 6th
        If I live another 100 years I will never recover from the 13 years of torture abuse and violence and all the gaslighting
        He got me by coercive control to move 300 mikes north away from.fruenfs and family to a remote wilderness community boat access only he owned the boat si had complete control. He was also executor of my will and trustee of my trust fund so had control of my assets dead or alive

    2. Secondary psychopathy is caused by environmental adversity, in other words childhood trauma. Primary psychopathy is genetic and differs in some traits. Secondary psychopathy is probably more prevalent than primary psychopathy and very destructive. Know what you are talking about before you say say there us “incorrect information”.

  2. I know that being triangulated is a form of torture. It’s a classic game of “let’s you and him/her fight….(over the narcissist!). Kira is right- they do get an ex static rush over these sick dynamics and if they are successful in setting you up in such a situation, they relish the chaos it causes as a form of supply. It’s pathetic, and like Kira said, DANGEROUS. This is the stuff that can spiral out of control and wind up being a Dateline or Snapped episode. Toxic as hell and frightening.

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