Ok. So I posted on the forum yesterday. But, it was suggested that I might start my own blog. So here goes.
The original question was "Can karezza be faked by a psychopath?"
Marnia made a good comment saying that there was a healing power there in karezza. Interesting concept, though. Generally narcissism and other forms of psychopathy are considered untreatable. Maybe though, karezza is such a powerful thing that the energy that flows can be considered therapeutic for psychopaths. Dunno.
Cadethefaun mentioned that he had been involved with a narcissist. He gives an accurate description of the energy drain involved, so I cannot doubt him. At least I know other people have experienced this.
I think I might have been misunderstood though. I have no intention of going back to my ex(Let's call her "Soulless Bitch"). God forbid!
I do have a fear that I may attract a similar personality type or have a predisposition to having a toxic relationship. Maybe a better question would be to ask if karezza can be used as a sort of test for this reason. Or is karezza such a bonding behavior that it should not be used until your lover has passed the utmost psychological scrutiny?
My current relationship is a long distance one. I traveled to "Country Y" to meet a beautiful woman that I met online( Let's call her "Acrobatic Wonder Lover"). As you can imagine by her name, things were pretty good in bed during the few months that I spent with her. She does not seem to have any of the same attributes as Soulless Bitch. But, there have been a few red relationship flags and I am concerned about: (A) Am I now oversensitive to these red flags? or (B)Am I falling into a new trap.
The flags in concern are mainly jealousy issues, so maybe karezza will help deal with those things.
I will say that because of the intensity of the sex we were having, the relationship has felt like a bit of an addiction. Are the feelings of emotional bonding and addiction related? Are they somehow a negative and positive of the same thing?