How Dangerous Is A Sociopath?
There are about 7,347 Billion people populating the earth at this moment and the number is increasing rapidly. Some of these people manipulate and harm others without any sense of guilt or hesitation to fulfill their own needs and relieve their boredom. Their lies and impulsive character can lead to physical and mental abuse explosively, as soon as you begin to defend yourself and they lose control over you. Nonetheless you can get immensely damaged after such an encounter. The chart below, made in 2011, shows you ‘the harm done to people by sociopaths’ for young adults (Age 14-29), as well as adults and elders (Age 30+) in percent.

As you can see, young adults suffer more abuse then older people. Reason for that could be the inexperience with a sociopath or the lack of knowledge about the antisocial personality disorder (APD). There are a few things you can try, to avoid a bad encounter with a sociopath. Sociopaths don’t feel guilt and there is no possibility to reason with them. Do not let the sociopath take control over you. As soon as you feel that the person is manipulating you, you’ll have to stay conscious and retake the control. This can escalate quickly, because the moment they feel loss, sociopaths tend to violent and abusive actions. If your life is threatened you should get assistance from an attorney or the police. You can find more information about sociopaths on our blog, as well as read the books we think illustrative and enlightening.

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How to Identify a SOCIOPATH

There are a lot of sociopaths in our society, which makes it difficult to sport one. TopTenz, a Youtuber, made a video titled 10 ways to identify a sociopath within your social environment.

The Nurture Room (Child Psychology Documentary) – Real Stories

This official BBC documentary film provides a look into the lives of troubled children, as they go on their journey back to full mental state. Teachers and parents share their experience living with this type of children.

A country for sociopaths by sociopaths

This VLOG is a short depiction of the world we live in today through the eyes of Ethan and Hila Klein, who have a successful YouTube Channel. They present you the businessman Martin Shkreli, who raised the AIDS-Drug from an affordable price to 750$. His actions may be common attributes for a sociopath, by endangering the lives of others without guilt.

Are You A Sociopath? (QUIZ)

Here are Rhett and Link the minds behind GoodMythicalMorning presenting you their attempt to test if they are sociopaths themselves.

Confessions of a Sociopath…

The last entry is a short interview with a sociopathic woman, who shares her life experience and interactions with other people. In this interview, her stories showcase you a life through the point of view of a sociopath.

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This test is made according to the Diagnostic and Statistics Manual (DSM) V, used by psychiatrists and psychologists to diagnose mental health disorders, a consistent pattern of deception, including repeated lying, is one of seven key characteristics used to determine psychopathy. The other six are:

*Aggressiveness/irritability, evidenced by physical assaults.

*Consistently irresponsible work and financial behavior.

*Impulsivity/failure to plan ahead.

*Lack of remorse for having hurt, mistreated, or stolen from others, as evidenced by indifference or rationalizing.

*Reckless disregard for one’s own personal safety and the safety of others.

*Repeatedly performing acts that would be grounds for arrest, whether or not the person is actually arrested.

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An average sociopath is very attractive, spontaneous and with peculiar charm. Those natural skills assist to manipulate their fellow men selectively to serve their purposes and needs. It could be the couch-potato who complains about, how hard it would be to find a suitable job, to his/her partner without taking actions or the clinical therapist who plunged a college’s already unstable patient into a mental crisis. To determine what motivates a sociopath to dissocial behavior as well as how to handle situations when one encounters conscienceless responses, you might find the modern psychologist and author, Martha Stout’s “The Sociopath Next Door” enriching and extremely helpful. The author looks back at her 25-years therapeutic experience, providing the reader with knowledge of sociopaths and authentic information. She underlines the different aspects of sociopathic behavior, how do they appeal other people, how they treat you to fufill their needs and how you can prepare yourself for an encounter with a sociopath. The fact that in a group of 25 people there will be at least one sociopath is terrefing. To find out more about this disorder you may find our analytical blogs edifying and instructional. Tell us about your experiences with sociopaths and how you acted at that moment.

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