Sociopath: What Borderline, Sociopathy, and Sadism Have in Common
by David Copperson
This book consists of two books, namely:Personality Disorders - There are a lot of personality disorders, so many, sometimes, that we lose track. Personally, I know someone with schizophrenia, several people who have narcissist traits, autism and...
This book consists of two books, namely:Personality Disorders - There are a lot of personality disorders, so many, sometimes, that we lose track. Personally, I know someone with schizophrenia, several people who have narcissist traits, autism and ADHD that run in my own family, and even a few people diagnosed with borderline disorder. Disorders are a part of society, whether you like it or not. We may feel, at times, that those disorders cause people to act strange or rude or manipulative. And this may be true, but if we understand the disorders, we can more easily guess where it came from and handle them more appropriately too.This book will help with that. It classifies the disorders, explains more about them, and gives you more details on how to interact with those who have them.Sadism and Sociopathy - What makes a person sadistic? What drives a person to hurt another human being? What are the connections of sadism and sociopathy to psychopathy or a messed-up childhood?These are some of the things we'll touch on in this extensive guide. We will explore the definitions and applications of the above-mentioned terms, as well as analyze the psychopath brain in further depth. Moreover, some chapters will go over how to spot a psychopath or sociopath more easily, how you can recognize it in children, or how to interact with someone like that. The book will close with a short overview of some of the evilest people in the world, all of which had sociopath tendencies in one degree or another, and even sadistic ones. If this is your thing, then I encourage you to start reading or listening to this book.