He resurfaced two years before his arrest, communicating with the police and the media, after a news report speculated he was dead or in prison. Rader, who turned 61 on March 9, is now serving 10 consecutive life sentences in a Kansas state prison after pleading guilty last June to 10 counts of first degree murder.
Rader was still smarting about the apparent betrayal in the hours after his Feb. How come you lied to me? The idea going into the interrogation, Landwehr says, was to get Rader talking and keep him talking. At first, Rader tried to play a cat-and-mouse game with detectives, talking in hypotheticals and referring to BTK in the third person. But once he realized the jig was up, he gave a full confession, recounting in chilling, unemotional detail the cold blooded torture and murder of 10 people, including a 9-year-old boy and an year-old girl.
Rader felt a strange bond to him—and to police in general—Landwehr says, even remarking at one point that they were fellow law enforcement officers.
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Rader was actually a code compliance officer in the Wichita suburb of Park City. In fact, he displayed such an infatuation with himself that he seemed to believe the police were his friends. Landwehr says the case taught him not to be shy about seeking outside help. FBI officials refused to make the two agents available for interviews, citing the possibility they could be called as witnesses in several pending civil suits against Rader by the families of some of his victims.
But two former FBI agents who profiled BTK, both experts in the areas of criminal profiling and violent sexual offenders, say Rader is a lot like other serial killers in some ways, but not in others. Unlike most serial killers, however, Rader went on a spree that lasted an unusually long time. Also unusual for a serial killer, according to Hazelwood, was the amount of time that passed between his crimes. Spotsylvania, Va. Most serial killers do not communicate with the authorities, and when they do it is hardly ever to the extent that Rader did.
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But he also said that BTK was articulate, had likely been interviewed by and been cooperative with the task force, and was probably known to the operator of an adult bookstore in the area—all of which proved to be incorrect. Ressler says that Rader, like many serial killers, is a sexual sadist with a vivid fantasy structure.
Rader also shares another character trait with many serial killers, Ressler says, in that he took personal items from several of his victims as souvenirs. Rader also manifested the common serial-killer desire to be involved in law enforcement, according to Ressler. Berkowitz, who shot six people to death and wounded several others in New York City in the late s, had a job as a security guard. And Gacy, who killed 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the s, told people he was an undercover police officer and drove a vehicle that resembled an unmarked patrol car, Ressler notes. Serial killers tend to have above-average intelligence and realize they must put up a facade of respectability to help cover up their criminal behavior, he says.
Gacy was married. And Bundy, who confessed to more than 30 murders, had a longtime girlfriend. If he had, they point out, he had 31 years to turn himself in. The beginning of the end for BTK came in January , when he sent a postcard to a Wichita TV station describing a package he claimed to have left by the side of the road. In the message, BTK also asked about the status of another package he said he had left at a Home Depot store a few weeks earlier.
The roadside package turned out to be a cereal box containing a document. Your post is somewhat "word-salad"-like in some places, and in other places indicates some paranoid ideation with quite a bit of narcissistic grandiosity thrown in for good measure. Its very educational to read how the disordered brain processes information and interprets reality, right from the horse's mouth, so to speak. Here's sincerely hoping that you are under supervised care and getting the best of treatment. Though you sound like you might be a murderer on the next page.
Please write to tell me how it turns out; I'll brace for the worst from an earthbound human perspective, and just hope that you're still one of us. You know, IQs don't actually have that great a track record for racking up the kills. I believe childhood trauma plays a role in some serial killer's lives, but not all. There have been studies that show a difference in brain growth for serial killers. Is it really their fault if they were born with an abnormal brain?
No, the government should treat this abnormality as a mental illness and get them help. Always being given what you want, never getting any negative repercussions, parents not being parents Parents not being parents create brats, not monsters. Children are born with inherent probably genetically determined temperament traits; our temperament nature plus our experiences growing up nurture in combination forms each individual's personality. These temperament traits, most of which can be observed at widely varying degrees even in babies, are: 1.
There have been studies that show that when there is a good "fit" between the primary caregiver's personality this is usually the baby's biological mother and the baby's temperament, that there is more likelihood that a healthy bond or attachment will form between parent and child, and that's predictive of a good outcome for the child RE relatively mentally healthy, positive emotional development stages of growth.
I've heard it described like a balancing scale or a teeter-totter. Such children have a higher risk of emotional development issues. There is a fascinating article about temperament and how both highly-demanding infants the "orchids" and the more easy-going infants the "dandelions" are and have been necessary for the success of the human species, but that the "orchid" children require more sensitive handling, more enlightened and educated parenting in order to turn out well: with good parenting the "orchid" child has the potential to become a great leader or thinker or innovator, but with bad parenting an "orchid" child can become our worst nightmare: a psychopath.
Many psychologists argue there are feelings that can only be experienced as a group, called inter- and intra-group feelings. They are most notable when in contradiction to personal feelings. For example, many people feel shame for what their country has done or sympathy for what's been done to some segment even though they aren't a member of that group Mackie, Devos, Smith, Adults with more experience and knowledge will ordinarily have a more "structured" worldview than children; this disparity typically produces chronic misunderstandings where children are then seen as "difficult" and adults are seen as "out of touch.
The resulting relational and not individual Borderline pathology worsened from Entity Theory conflicts and a need to blame is often marked by paranoia, impulsivity, rejection sensitivity, as well as a sense of invincibility in all family members that become the primary hindrance to any individual growth. It's not a matter of whether this incompatibility exists such as any family's greatest incompatibility from sibling rivalry , it's how the family resolves it.
Alas, I would argue the seemingly complete lack of research into family therapy models is due to there simply being no market where a parent would have to admit to needing change who naturally prefer the idea there's a chemical problem and fix for it. This is naturally a key issue at any home or school where no teacher or counselor is properly trained for the same reason that NO teacher or therapist would ever agree to doing something wrong. Even so, simply seeing problems merely as the result of unmet or disrupted developmental needs using mirroring and idealizing can very effectively provide an empathetic unifying framework as a basis for healing and creating performance strategies.
While there is no therapy that can "cure" an individual's Borderline pathology, these efforts can in fact literally cure an organizational pathology. True communal wellness is possible while individual health is not. Perception discrepancies are the key hurdle that unique group qualities can overcome. The problem is we insist on only addressing problems individually which are mostly unaddressable. We need to stop looking at what's wrong with people psychopaths and pay more attention to what's wrong with our family and group development. Other group pathologies or incompatibilities include St John's Syndrome, when parents only go through the routine motions and children merely see other family members as a means to an end; Koinonitis, when interpersonal relationships are so deep and absorbing that the family largely ignores the world around them and activities tend to be centripetal rather than centrifugal; Schizophrenic best met with better time management and working on a mission definition or common paranoia when external intervention efforts will likely have antagonistic responses ; and, Narcissistic, Megalomaniacal, and Theomanic see The Paranoid Corporation by Cohen and Choen, The Organizational Effectiveness Continuum is a rubric from Ineffective to Effective rating family performance as either Reactive challenges are met with efforts that are always struggling to keep up , Responsive a more stable environment, but not a dynamic one , Proactive with an analytical process that is good at anticipating changing needs and good at adapting , Interactive more visionary where the family works as a whole, are healthy, and work on connectedness , or Inspired with great creativity, habitually exceed all environmental and genetic constraints or conditioning.
Any family or any group not able to perceive its own pathology will naturally destroy itself by refusing to notice feelings of inadequacy and projecting blame instrumentally everywhere as health starts with consciousness or Dr. Serge's "presence". It is vital to determine if any current solutions have been coerced as attempts to just cover up problems and work to untwist thinking as per Dr.
Burns' 50 ways to untwisting thinking. Fishbowl Exercises use three chairs or groups of chairs for Parent s , Child ren , and Friends or therapist. Each person or group will explain their position. Then everyone switches chairs and positions twice. You don't focus on the past or present, work on any "issues," suggest changing other's personalities, or try to heal anyone's anxiety or dysfunction. Instead, focus on the future by clarifying core values, setting personally meaningful goals, and encouraging efforts aka tools and structures for family members to accomplish more tasks on their own.
So, who told you life was fair. That is one of the greatest lies ever told as in what goes around comes around. Did you know that to be a successful athlete you MUST be born in the "correct" month - for example, pro hockey players are born in January five times more often than November and December? The real science of success shows it is most typically the result of dumb luck and arbitrary advantages. Anything else is hawking the fable that life is fair and any small child knows better than that. Well, that's only because of people like you who favor nature.
Barnsley found the best hockey players are five times more likely born in January than November, baseball players are almost twice as likely born in August than July, and soccer players are most likely born in September now January , due to the arbitrary age cut offs done in the respective kid's leagues.
Why is this? Young children born just after the cut off age are quite logically larger than those born just before and so perform better. Kids bigger from being older are called "naturally gifted" and receive the most encouragement and training, what is in reality key for any success. As for your article - here's a later and more widely believed by professionals quote: "the Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance makes a rather startling assertion: the trait we commonly call talent is highly overrated. Or, put another way, expert performers 'whether in memory or surgery, ballet or computer programming' are nearly always made, not born.
Despite all the evidence suggesting the quality and fit of our environments trumps any genetics Dr. Phelps, , Americans like yourself refuse to consider anything but a fate from birth. Moreover, we reject any possibility that this might be true as doing so would open the door for facing the reality we must likewise take responsibility for creating "stories of failure" as well.
And so, we all tell the lie that not everyone can be a champion, that only a few have the chance or, that people learn in different ways. I would like to build a school where every child even those with IQs of 75 labeled by academic experts as "learning disabled" is able to skip grades in their first year and where every child learns at the same rate with the same instruction no "special ed" classes. How realistic do you think my dream is? I'm sure your kind of brainwashing would say it's impossible.
Well, this school was built in the 70's in South Chicago where most live below the poverty line and live daily with some of the greatest violence in American. There were another dozen retarded kids in her class who performed at the same lever as all of their classmates. In , Dr. Powers and Dr. Witmer formed a study based on the belief that most all troubled kids could be helped. Starting with delinquent boys why no girls? After 5 years, the therapists reported most of the boys had "benefited substantially.
Illich argued in kids are today "schooled" to accept effort in place of value agreed stating therapy gave them insights and the YMCA kept them out of trouble. Everyone involved was "happy. Well, no. We never hear of long term follow ups but a study found these "helped" boys committed twice the felonies and were doubly affected by alcoholism, depression, mental illness, and lower job satisfaction than those left alone. When Powers and Witner were shown the results of the study, they insisted the "helped" boys were better off in some way even if it wasn't measurable as it turned out facing facts was just too uncomfortable.
Alas, most people are uncomfortable with facing facts. A couple of my favorite inconvenient truths is how 1 common sense only produces bad decisions and often the very worst possible check out Chap 9 of Psychology in Everyday Life and What Works On Wall Street and 2 no one is ticklish this is why no one can tickle themselves or any animal as it is just our parents brainwashing us to be submissive as a way to make friends.
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Yes, the physical reality of being ticklish is all in a person's mind caused only by external forces. One of the biggest of all lies was likely first told to us by our mommies about how special we are. In psychology, lying to ourselves is referenced by the self confirmation bias.
This is what makes the self-help industry so worthless. Researchers explained the many ways this affects the thinking of all people to groups of test subjects. Google "Bias Blind Spot. My favorite personal example of this is how when I ask people what they learned from whatever Bible reading they've done and most people start their reply with, "Like I've always said Yes, many helicopter and snow plough parents create brats or very anxiety-ridden kids, but not serial killers.
The easiest way to confirm what he is saying is to talk to his siblings. So you imply my daughter's bipolar disorder would be somehow my fault because I "coddled" her? Absolutely false on so many levels. First of all, I never did any such thing, nor did I move in the opposite direction. I was and am a typical "middle ground mother" who raised her with both love and discipline. She is, at age twenty-seven, struggling mightily with bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder.
My mother was bipolar, her father is bipolar. This is not rocket science, the conclusion is obvious. Sidenote: two sisters are neither bipolar nor borderline, but certainly have their own issues Once again Are the advantages to being an anti-social as suggested by Wondering? After all, psychopaths tend to be fearless, confident, charming, focused, and excel at reading emotions.
Such qualities are tailor-made for success in the 21st century. Nothing juvenile or poorly functioning about it. The human interactions that most haunt me with what I should have said or done always include either a small or large panic attack. Consequently, I can understand the advantage of not panicking. I'm sure you can, too. In a modern world without cobras and lions, our natural fear system is often just too sensitive. When operating individually, emotions are often a hindrance being more important to generating a group effort. Psychopaths are perfect armies of one. Ghaemi asserts in his latest book, A First-Rate Madness , that mental illness and a self-destructive manic daring makes people more attractive to us as leaders.
Hare has written, "our society is moving in the direction of permitting, reinforcing, and valuing the traits listed in the Psychopathy Checklist such as impulsivity, irresponsibility, lack of remorse. Stout also thinks American values and beliefs are the perfect breeding ground for psychopaths, which are far rarer in Asia. The Epidemiologic Catchment Area study, sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health, reported that in the fifteen years preceding the study, the prevalence of antisocial personality disorder had nearly doubled among the young in America and many experts believe childhood psychopathy is continuing to increase Dr.
Ramsland, Such increases point to nurturing origins of phsychopathy.
Then again, any genetic component also hints at evolutionary advantages. And, the popularity of callous Alphas exists in nature. For example, Stanford Neurobiologist Dr. Sapolsky found tit-for-tat bullying in a large group of thriving baboons his spent significant time following. His baboons, though, changed in just a single day from a violent "American" might-is-right culture to one far more peaceful.
What happened? The troop happened across some tainted meat in a garbage dump and since the Alphas got to eat the most, only they died. Without "leaders," the meek inherited control. Reicher believes identifying with any leader or cause is the surest way to lose one's mind. Brodsky in and Dr. Leymann in independently showed most all stress is the consequence of "mobbings" that overwhelms victims into helpless, defenseless positions that usually persist continuously over a prolonged period of time. Bullying is but the "hard sale" for a win-lose conclusion based on a position of power a net zero sum called politics every parent has done with the words, "Because I said so.
Nicola Bunting also calls people whose personalities are so impoverished and immature they only mouth the thoughts of others as Zombies now, here is the truly underdeveloped personality. She states the popularity of manipulating others is a totally postmodern situation. While anti-mobbing laws spread across Europe in the 's and in Canada in , there are no such laws being considered in the U. Our country's childish thinking seems just too manipulated by the iron grip of violent psychopathic baboons. While it may be natural and self-confirming to call "them" sick and childish and "us" healthy and adult, it's likely not accurate and only part of the problem.
Paul Ekman basis for TV show Lie to Me showed we all lie about three times every ten minutes and constantly work very hard to miss lies. Mental health is often seen like physical health to be the absence of disease, but it is really more about coming to terms with things the way they are and not an either-or condition. One of the best observations concerning people is a quote by Dr. Albert Ellis the most frequently cited author of psychotherapy works in the last 50 years, ranked the most influential therapist by clinical psychologists, and who brags in "REBT: it works for me" how his ABC program affirmed his life-long habit of sneaking up to women to press his genitals against them as well as his belief that no woman can be tolerated without continual affairs, although his first wife wasn't too happy about it from a New York Times article, "All humans are out of their minds.
They're not only disturbed. They get disturbed about their disturbances. Trolling for sport: troll posts are so easy to spot and ignore. Responding to troll posts just feeds their ego, so learning to ignore trolls here is a good exercise and practice for ignoring them in RL. Ego problems are very common in American.
Well, except for our psychopaths. For example, psychopaths can easily make themselves small in order that others might underestimate them. Kevin Dutton, Studies of academic proficiency show in fact a strong correlation between high self-esteem and low test scores. A study in showed Americans exhibit the very highest self-esteem in the world makes you proud doesn't Two studies in additionally showed a high correlation between self-esteem and criminal behavior and we have one quarter of the world's incarcerated individuals.
One of those studies n also found self-esteem positively linked with drunk driving and racist attitudes - that's not you, is it? Roy Baumeister and Martin Seligman say high self-worth is often a marker for negative behavior as commonly found in sociopaths and drug kingpins. Yet, teachers and parents commonly say a child should never be told when they are wrong or how to behave, which only further promotes psychopathic traits. Doing so has even become synonymous with child abuse custody courts frequently regard being the homework parent in such a light.
Moreover, self-esteem only increases the negative effects of mortality fears. Not only are people with high self-esteem more likely to start smoking after hearing such habits could kill them, those already smoking with high self esteem actually feel better about smoking when the mortality connection is made salient. Like Jessop et al. With death in America being mostly caused by self-destructive behaviors, we really should try to be more comfortable with the discomfort of things not making sense not overcome problems, but leverage them instead of only finding empty happiness by ignoring long-term consequences.
So, how would you rate your own self-esteem? Would you say you have high self-esteem like most hypocritical and criminal psychopathic Americans commonly suffering from what Maslow called a Mediocrity Personality Disorder or might you think you have poor and broken self-esteem of which you say trolling is a marker? Finally, based on your obviously great empathy for others, how do you typically help those you've found to be broken? Oh yea duh, you have no empathy for others Perhaps, you should consider a career in counseling, Dr.
Golomb wrote in Trapped in the Mirror that she found counseling the 1 preferred job today for American narcissists which is step one in becoming a psychopath.
In case your interested, 2 is K teaching "People still believe in the tradition of dedicated, self-sacrificing school teachers. They don't know how the profession has changed. What was once the poor man's burden has become everyone's. I understand high school bullies most often end up in these four professions specifically in order to have the greatest opportunities for manipulating others.
Fortunately there is a happy medium of "healthy self-esteem" between the two extreme and dysfunctional polar opposites: zero self esteem self-hating losers at one end and grandiose self-worshipping narcissists and psychopaths at the other. You never provide an academic argument such as quoting sources or in any way indicating the "due diligence" for scholarly opinions since a "grandiose self-worshipping narcissist" never needs others to support their statements. You are your own highest authority; you complete you.
As the perfect Army of One, however, you are poison to any actual growth or social development. This diagnosis is verifiable. Robert Hare's 20 question survey is the standard worldwide rubric for psychopathy as he is seen as the top expert. He wrote a paper showing when people were given random series of letters and asked if they spelled a word that normal people find emotional words like cancer or rape faster than neutral words like tree or plate; but not psychopaths so, that's one test you could do.
Astonishingly, his paper was rejected. Hare had measured EEG brain patterns of the subjects and the journal simply didn't believe the ones for the psychopaths could have been accurate as they showed them in a constant state of lethargic emotional sleep a definitive rubric. To suggest monsters who can only fake concern are real doesn't seem "adult. Satir a major contributor to modern psychology only identified "False Levelers" as the hardest to spot and with which to deal without any further investigation or details. Livingston leading workplace psychologist wrote in , expressing great surprise over, how he never studied "Negative Pygmalions" in his career despite knowing full well they were more prevalent and effective than caring individuals.
And so, we never actually build the isolation between people pretending to care and their targeted victims. Thus, a trail of destroyed lives is the most obvious metric. Being tickled may seem physically real for some, but no one can tickle themselves or any animal as it just a trained lie about the social need for submissiveness.
I bet you're not ticklish, are you? There are no "bad" or "good" personalities as in the Black and White world in which the psychopath lives. In sales, there is a concept known as "Making the Skeletons Dance. Agree with anyone providing what you know to be your or your product's greatest flaws, even brag about them: "Absolutely! Yes, we are known for being more expensive and less reliable! Why is that? Because, our product can do the work of three of our competitors and can be repaired with no down time.
Barry Maher says in Filling the Glass: The Skeptic's Guide to Positive Thinking in Business "If you can brag about a negative, you've made peace with it; having a skeleton in the closet is a lot more fun when you can make it dance.
For example, stiff people who are afraid of their own emotions tend to be very conscientious and excellent teachers; clingy people who are most afraid that people might become angry and never come back are the most steady and great technicians; angry people who fear there is no love for them are good persuaders you seem angry, are you often successful at persuading others?
For this last personality, consider Paul Revere who was too stupid to remember "one if by sea" and too cowardly not to tell everything to the British when picked up later that night. But, the American Revolution couldn't have existed without him as he was also the biggest gossip so critically needed to get the word out. Churchill made frequent references to his manic depression he called it his "black dog" that were sometimes connected with traumatic external events such as his dismissal from the Admiralty, but often not no healthy, moderate medium for him. Bi-polar Churchill saved the world by recognizing and being willing to confront Hitler's monstrosity.
Anthony Storr wrote, "A leader of sober judgment might well have concluded that we were finished. One of Hare's key markers is that of sexual predator. Let me describe four married men to you. The first admitted to Dr.
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Frank Farley past president of the American Psychological Association to having hundreds of affairs before 40 and then joked how he had tried to cut down. The second only had affairs with powerful women sharing with his brother , emotionally breaking them to the point one committed suicide. The third guy liked to sleep with weak, poor women and was so flattering he managed to seduce 5 or 6 women into his bed every night Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall is quoted to having personally reviewed the extensive documentation in both the Williams and Abernathy autobiographies.
The final man beat his wife and children and after turning 30 only slept with teenage girls. He doggedly lied about such crude behavior despite confirmation from photos and his closest aid. All of these men are widely loved and respected and their wives stayed married to them. So, they are not the problem - we are, as is the basis and process we use to develop our opinions.
While being a sexual predator is a characteristic of the sociopathic lack of empathy, we routinely excuse such men and similar "spider" women for their indiscretions and low morals. So, which of the fore-mentioned sexaholics do you think would make the best role model for your children? No "self-hating losers" here. Might you mean that term to apply to people like Van Gogh since he sold only a single painting in his entire life, his most famous Starry Night depicts the view outside of his sanatorium where he lived for a year, and he died from self-inflicted wounds?
People who use terms like "self-hating losers" are in fact wholly unable to face how they see themselves in just such words psychopaths, just like their overly emotional targets of abuse, typically feel they're just not good enough. One just can't actually have any human empathy and use such words. You may know a renewed love of life has something to do with escaping such thoughts, but you likely just can't seem to do so. Such people tend to die, trapped in some country song, doing but the best they can but never doing well enough to suit anybody, particularly themselves, acting like a human being but not reacting like one with haunting un-suppressible memories and emotional numbing.
In this way, bullies will normally rationalize their abuse is needed and an important contribution to society. Troll: "One who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument. We are all afraid of truth. You're the one promoting antisocial behaviors as some kind of "advantage", not me. Read your own screed for enlightenment; I think your life-philosophy vs mine is pretty clear.
Yes, our two life-philosophies are VERY different. Mine is based on quite a few scientific sources One, therefore, seems rational, and the other seems And, it is the lack of any real accountability permitting the raising of just crazy like yours to an acceptable life-philosophy that allows psychopaths and budding "grandiose self-worshipping narcissists" to reproduce themselves.
An additional trait Dr. Hare recently identified and added to his well-used survey is the active acquisition of sociological conditioning to be able to develop similar pathologies in others. Such an effort, however, requires approval at least silence from others. It may be cracks in this master plan caused by some internal guilt that causes the 1 in 30, sociopaths to then become criminal killers.
Just as the most effective way to increase people's desire to smoke is to remind them it will kill them, many criminologists say people commit crimes often only out of a perverted need to take great risks. And, with mass killings as potential suicides by law enforcement occurring in America once every two weeks, it is long past time for people to stand and no longer allow life-philosophies such as yours, with your hateful terminology and Black and While worldview. I believe all that is required of any moral society or individual is to stand up and list what is sick and perverted about people like you.
And, I have done this. You claim to do the same but you've done nothing but belittling name calling. Seeing your failure is society's potential for real growth and change. So please, post again. Every time you make it absolutely clear you are wholly incapable of supporting critical thinking - by only continuing to "complete yourself" without any real facts, there's another chance for people to finally get past your kind.
You have no desire to make friends as that would require empathy and guilt and feeling bad when caught acting poorly. And, those are just signs of weakness you would never tolerate. But, it would help for you to say more, as the more you say, the less you say. Finally, it was not ME that suggested advantages to anti-social behaviors. In the same way, it's not me that says the moon is not made of Blue Cheese.
Sadly, I expect you can't tell the difference. It may also be my opinion. But, it was in fact numerous peer-reviewed researchers who have repeatedly commented on these realities. Your insistence that when reality and you disagree that it's reality which you associate with me that has it wrong is just another symptom of your twisting thinking. Psychopaths are perfect armies of one And on top of everything else, the psychopaths believe that having no empathy and no conscience makes them superior.
Psychopaths consider having empathy and a conscience a defect and a hindrance. Anonymous, I hear you think you are superior to psychopaths say like President Kennedy, Gandhi, etc. Plus, what you hate most about them is their belief that they are superior. Moreover, I also understand that you have no empathy for those with no empathy or anyone who might suggest empathy. Is there any chance you can hear what you're saying, which is that you are one of "them" and you hate yourself?
I'm absolutely sure you can't. With every post you mark your superiority like a dog , certainly not in knowledge since you never mention any factual sources or scholarly works, but only in efforts to sound superior using belittling words like Jimbo. My favorite is your suggestion that you are somehow smarter than those PhDs I quoted like Dr. Dutton and how you try to belittle anyone who would dare disagree by calling them or me a "paean" which is a song of joy, you peon - which refers to a "person held in compulsory servitude".
And oh, neurotypical is a term coined in the autistic community and not in the psychopathic community which doesn't exist, duh. Tell us, oh superior one ha ha , what makes you better? Is it your better genes you eugenic Nazi or your better mommy you sad Nancy? Which would you say gives you the right to brag nature or nurture?
I bet you think you were instead able to simply choose to be better — right? Of course you being the most perfectly sane and emotionally healthy person, you have no reason to ever ask for forgiveness. Is it nice to so complete yourself? Psychology has shown those who claim to be honest are in fact the most deceitful. So, do you believe you are honest - right? Christ tells of two people in a temple, one praying for forgiveness for not being godly and the other giving thanks for being godly.
Christ similarly says the second person can have no relationship with God, truth, or love. And, of course anyone so superior as you must be godly likely not one twinge of guilt. You know what, I agree, you are kind of creepy. And yes, it is definitely creepy. I forgot to ask: Since you believe psychopaths are unnatural and choose to be bad, might you have the same opinion of homosexuals?
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Child minds Submitted by Cari on February 23, - am. I don't see too much of a Submitted by Anonymous Hobbyist on December 14, - pm. We still don't know what turns people into serial killers Submitted by Berit Brogaard D. To create a psychopath Submitted by Anonymous on March 10, - pm. How to create a phychopath Submitted by TucsonJim on August 6, - pm.
Certainly to the extent I could follow. We Have a Winner! Submitted by Tommy Walker on March 27, - pm. Hare's Checklist sure has it in for kids. You know you need that next candybar like a hole in your head. Get "Monstrous" instead. Jeffrey Dahmer Submitted by Kasey on May 5, - pm. I disagree that genetics are irrelevant Submitted by Annie on May 6, - am. There is, however, something Submitted by Megan on May 9, - am.
Agree with you Submitted by Maria Logan on August 27, - pm. Submitted by Grace on May 4, - am. Address the problem. Submitted by Anonymous on October 1, - pm. Perhaps there is an underlying physical and mental condition that could be changed. In other examples where the person was driven to be this way have seen the following. Help these children while they are young. The signs are there and by continuing the theme of "Oh they don't want to be helped!
Abnormality due to psychopath Submitted by Anonymous on December 21, - am. Wondering Submitted by Anonymous on February 18, - pm. We are the future and the end of everything. Submitted by Anonymous on March 25, - am. So childhood abuse makes Submitted by Ashley on June 3, - pm.
Parents not being parents Submitted by Anonymous on June 9, - am. Incompatibility between parent and child and life is now fair? Submitted by TucsonJim on August 6, - pm. Submitted by Susan David on August 25, - am. Can anti-social be advantageous? Submitted by TucsonJim on July 9, - am.
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