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The Online Predator's Profile

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The Online Predator''s Profile

Post by Marnie on Fri May 22, 2009 11:22 am



THE ONLINE PREDATOR'S PROFILE

http://cyberpaths.blogspot.com/2006/12/online-predators-profile.html

-You know how people are forever telling you to go with your instinct? It's
true; you should. If you think an online friend is lying to you, he (or
she) most likely is.

-If he seems too good to be true, then obviously and most likely that is the situation.
He may present himself as the perfect match to what you are looking
for, only someone you wish you could be with. He could share
similiarites, make you seem like you're his priority, and seem
"perfect" in countless ways. Another precaution to take when you find
yourself in a relationship with someone online.

-One
who seems they could never betray you, seems trustworthy, and one who
would never let you down, is one who is probably very likely to break
your trust easily.
In fact, the whole time, an online predator is continuously breaking
your trust by ensuring you how "trustworthy" he may be, luring you into
the fake comforts of the predator.


-In reality, the online predator is insecure, although he may not seem to be in his relationship with you. He can make you look up to him, giving himself a benefit of self-confidence.

-As an obvious point, he may tell you things and plans he has for you, that appears to be a perfect dream to you,
but in all truth, he is planning something rather unhealthy or not
exactly something you would feel comfort in, even though he makes you
think that it is.

-He will lead you to believe that his reputation stands strong in his home
area as a well human being. Making you think that he is safe, and well
loved and known by many, and is respected by all who knows him, thus
making you feel safer in continuing a relationship with him.
In reality, the perpetrator, is generally exactly opposite of the
person he leads you to believe he is, usually one without such honor,
and lacking great reputation among his friends, family, etc.

-He will attack others and belittle many others, but with you as an exception.
The person could guide you to believing your "current local
boyfriend/spouse", friends, family etc. aren't good enough for you, and
make you believe his thoughts as well, sometimes turning you away from
those people. And by him denigrating others, he starts to become
superior and a higher priority in your life, as he very well planned to.

-It is unlikely that the person has many long-term friends.
Especially since the fact that he dedicates so much of his time to
luring, tricking, and lying to you (and others). Which also proves that
point that his reputation isn't as great as he claims it to be, leaving
him with fewer friends. Most predators don't mind this however; many
are accustomed to isolation.

-An
online predator cleverly plans things, many times with every little
detail mapped and sorted out, making sure he successfully gets you to
believing his stories, and him, damaging you as well, for his own
benefits and satisfaction, though you don't realize it.

-A predator knows his activites are something he needs to keep discreet,
so his online activities are carefully hidden, not revealing what is he
doing. He keeps himself a secret and you become part of that secret.

-The person appears to be charming, someone who any person would want to be in a relationship with.
He could be the typical "Mr. Right" and fill in every blank that you
have wanted in a partner. But obviously, him being "perfect" means he
can lure and manipulate his victims with more ease, and getting them to
stay because of his "charm".

-The predator makes careful selections in the choice of his victims- usually
victims who appear to be in need of a self-esteem boost, certain
weaknesses (lonely, divorced, disabled, abused), etc. and tried his best to comfort you in giving you the "confidence" you need.
He scouts out these certain weaknesses from complaining about certain
things to him, or straight out telling him. He can work in very smooth
ways.

-Of course this person will seem to be amazing and a perfect match for you.
They can change themselves to be exactly what you need, and want, thus
making you long for them.
Anything you like-they like, anything you need-they have, anything you
want-they they can get. It may just seem like mere coincidences, and
just make you believe this is the perfect partner for you, but
remember, they already aren't being their true selves, so they can mold
themselves into anything that will suit you perfectly, regardless of
their truth.

-The person behind the computer may seem to have plenty of self discipline
and control over any actions, but in reality, has a major lacking in
self control and confidence.
The only place they seem to find that control is in this relationship
he has created with his victim. And that's a reason why he does so much
to keep this relationship active and alive, because it's one of the few
things he can take over with. It seems as if he is creating a "fake
life" for himself, which is better than his life in reality. In his
fake life, he can be anything great that he wants to be, and trick his
victim into thinking he is superior and perfect, and forming a
relationship with someone that he probably couldn't in reality, as his
own self.

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