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Opps, that is about Islam.. or wait, Christianity.. or wait, Catholicism.. or wait, anyone called fundi terrorist
I call, Freedom From Religion (once and for all)
•Some scientists believe that sociopaths suffer from damage to the prefrontal cortex which regulates emotions and morality, etc.
•Sociopaths tend to blame the victim for their shortcomings. They can never admit to fault and instead attack the victim. Key factor in any DSM diagnosis.
•Most are aware of their need to hide cold traits, and are good actors (have adapted to being different) so most of this based on overt behavior is only true for unintelligent, young, or low functioning sociopaths (who do not conceal cruel traits/grossly anti-social behavior).
•Some experts say that a great number of sociopaths were also child abuse sufferers.
•Sociopathic behavior is strongly inherited, so look at problems in the family as a clue to a person's real personality.
•You know that sociopaths are going to lie about their past, so take most of what they say with a grain of salt. Instead, look for any consistencies in any of their stories. Generally, there will be one or two details among all their fabrications that generally remain the same. This could either be the truth, or something they've said so often they think it's the truth. (Fox News!)
•If a person is "too good to be true", they probably are. This is the case for any DSM diagnosis, including sociopathy, borderline, and narcissism.
•Sociopaths often know how to make others believe they are the victim while actually being the aggressor.
•This type of person will tell you things to get you to forgive them and then say they never told you. This is a tactic to play mind games.
•Realize that they may try to manipulate you, and learn to spot when they're trying. Otherwise, they could make you do stuff you don't want to.
•Attempt to manipulate them. While this is very difficult, it can be rewarding if you are able to. To do so, you have to make them think it was their idea. Make them believe they want to do what you want them to. If they think that you had nothing to do with the idea, then they are more likely to do it.
•They often overreact emotionally in youth. They will watch other's reactions to circumstances and will mimic their response. Pay close attention and you'll see that their reactions are a bit delayed after observing. They may seem like a very sensitive child due to mimicking emotions they see but over doing it