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The victim’s unheard plea

September 2, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments
“Please, don’t do this to me. Being exposed, dissected, and judged by a group of intolerant people who cannot relate to me is making me feel like never showing my face again to anyone.”
  1. September 3, 2012 at 23:54

    Aren’t most of us victims from time to time? Can’t a normal person commit a psychopathic act without being psychopathic in general?


    • Disillusioned
      September 16, 2012 at 21:22

      Yes, all of us are victims in some way or another, but it is not something quantifiable. What is a psychopathic act? Lying, for example, is typical for psychopathic individuals, but does that make it a psychopathic act? It is estimated that 1% of the population are clinical psychopaths, but surely all of us have lied. Check out this site:



  2. Abbri
    September 29, 2012 at 14:39

    AtheistExile (I’m atheist also), the traits that make up a psychopath are all individual traits or actions, some of which most or all of us have done at one time or another. However, when one has all or most of these traits, that makes them psychopathic to one degree or another.

    For instance, EVERYONE has lied at one time or another. But psychopaths are pathological liars and actually get a thrill (it’s called “duping delight”) from doing it. I could never understand why my ex-psychopath BF would like so much, even when the truth would have served him better!

    Yes, we’ve all been selfish at times. But a life lived from early adulthood, or before, to the death not caring about others except how they can help you does NOT define most of us (only 1 to 4% of the population).

    Below is Dr. Robert Hare’s (the world’s foremost expert on psychopathy) list of psychopathic traits. As you can see, we all may have exhibited some of these behaviors at times, but it’s the presence of most, or least several, of them as a lifestyle which defines a psychopath:

    glib and superficial charm
    grandiose (exaggeratedly high) estimation of self
    need for stimulation
    pathological lying
    cunning and manipulativeness
    lack of remorse or guilt
    shallow affect (superficial emotional responsiveness)
    callousness and lack of empathy
    parasitic lifestyle
    poor behavioral controls
    sexual promiscuity
    early behavior problems
    lack of realistic long-term goals
    failure to accept responsibility for own actions
    many short-term marital relationships
    juvenile delinquency
    revocation of conditional release
    criminal versatility


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