Your question invites the answer: Why wouldn’t a psychopath like chatting online?

And similarily, why would they like chatting online? Sociopath speaking, I find it easier to manipulate people online.

Not speaking as a psychopath myself, granted, but have you ever considered that psychopaths are people? The manifestation of psychopathy is a big part of how they experience life and human interaction, but they still experience it as people living in the same world that you are, looking at the same things but interpreting them differently.

I can only speak from the experience I’ve had so far talking with an admittedly small number of psychopaths that they are quite able to speak about their hobbies, discuss their opinions, and show interest in stimulating conversation. I’m telling you this because you base your question on the false assumption that a psychopath is nothing but what their disorder implies.

It is considered a personality disorder because it is a disorder of the personality.

People tend to talk a lot about themselves with a distinct disinterest in the people they’re talking at.

Yes, discussion may happen, but most people are not very versed in the art.

In Fresno, California, a high school student named Laura Barns is relentlessly bullied after a video of her passing out and defecating herself at a party is uploaded to You Tube without her consent, causing her to fatally shoot herself in public, with a video of her suicide appearing on Live Leak.

About one year later, her former best friend Blaire Lily is in a Skype chat with her boyfriend Mitch Roussel, during which they agree to lose their virginities to each other on prom night. I met his parents, slept in his apartment, met his friends, then he randomly disappeared. I was 15 and I went into a Britney Spears chat room. I said I was 18 (as was he) and my name was Mandi (yes, with an "i").I paid .95 to a sketchy Internet look up service and found out he was married with two children. I gave him my real number so we'd talk on the phone everyday — he'd call me.Quick Note from Talkspace: Because we provide online messaging therapy, we frequently hear from potential clients who want to be sure they are chatting with a therapist, not a chatbot.All of our therapists are licensed, flesh and blood humans, but we understand the concern.I pretended that Mandi got in a car accident and lost her memory.