She Married a Christian Psychopath She Met Via a Dating Site
There are times I am reading articles, not intending to make any blog posts here, but there’s something in the article that fits with this blog.
In this article, for example, which discusses how experts can spot psychopathy in children as young as age 3, there is a story about a psychopath named Carl.
(The link to the article that mentions the psychopath named Carl is much farther down the page. I wanted to talk about it first before linking to the page.)
The article says that as Carl gets older – around his 20s, I think – he becomes a Christian, meets a woman on a dating site, marries her, has a son with her, and has a few affairs on her, and later gets arrested.
I don’t think the wife in the story realized that the guy she was marrying was a psychopath, not at first.
Using dating sites can be scary – I’ve featured several articles on my blog of women who met men on dating sites who later raped, robbed, or murdered those women. (Sometimes, though not as often, some women use dating sites to rob or kill men.)
Next up, I don’t see the point in Christians promoting the “Equally Yoked” teaching any longer.
I know I have no desire to marry a guy who has been diagnosed to be a psychopath, and who will have affair after affair on me.
A guy who says he’s a Christian or who goes to church regularly is not any better than a guy who is not a Christian or who doesn’t go to church.
In my younger slightly more naive days, I know I likely would’ve given a man such as Carl more benefit of the doubt, had I seen him on a dating site and he proclaimed himself to be a Christian.
I now realize a man saying he’s a Christian doesn’t indicate much of anything. A man who says he’s a Christian can be a rapist, serial killer, or serial adulterer.