Saturday, November 16, 2013

Empath hypocrisy

I'm not saying all empaths are stupid and illogical, although some of them are. Similarly, there are some sociopaths that are stupid, horrible, evil, or whatever else. But let's focus on illogical empaths for a second. This is from a recent comment:

I'm an empath.
I believe that all humans are born with free will.
I believe that every human life is intrinsically valuable.
I believe that good and evil exist as absolutes, even if at times it is difficult to distinguish between them.
I believe that sociopaths are evil. 
If I could find an effective way to screen for you guys without too many false positives, then I would kill you as children. Of course, given that you are master manipulators I can already see you arguing your way out of a corner, convincing the other empaths that I am the evil one for suggesting the killing of children, suggesting that there is some error in my detection system. 
How many times do you have to burn your fingers before you realize that fire is hot? In love, you get back 100 times what you give. 
In war you fight to win.
I know I'm right. 

Now, I am not great at understanding sarcasm, so it's possible this was said with tongue firmly planted in cheek. But I have heard enough very similar statements from other people that I believe this person was being sincere. This person believes that every human life is intrinsically valuable but would kill sociopathic children? Really? Kill small children in a genocide? Just as long as the test wouldn't lead to "too many" innocent deaths due to "too many false positives"? Wow. Ok. An "empath" who seems not at all capable of understanding (must less empathizing with) someone sociopathic. Also, this person absolutely certain he is right. Good to know. 

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  1. I'm an empath.
    I believe that all humans are born with free will.
    ill get you hooked on drugs than we'll see how much you believe in free will

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  2. everyone underestemates the environment/situation when it commes to free will

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  3. I do believe that by most people's definitions of "sociopaths", this "empath" would be branded as a sociopath for their willingness to kill children, whatever the motives. I am, of course, talking about most people's definitions of the term only.

    Your blog and the way you are willing to talk about sociopaths are magnets for people with specific profiles, not all elements of the general population (especially if you narrow it down to those who raise their voices). Those persons who made "statements very similar to this" might not have been psychopaths, but they might have all shared similar profiles not because they represent society as a whole, but simply one kind of profile among others you or your blog attracts.
    For example, a website condemning homophobia will also attract a sizable amount of xenophobes who crusade against homosexuality. It says nothing about the general population.

    Do not let your sociopath world become a binary world.

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    1. Anyone interested in this might want to look at this exchange.

      Basically, the person that wants to kill all sociopaths is sounding sociopathic. Let's suppose she isn't a sociopath (it isn't all black and white), but is a 50% sociopath. That is, when her feelings get the best of her, her brain dehumanizes the people that trigger her negative feelings, making the triggers seem like evil machines. She "knows" that killing them all is the right thing to do.

      I'm quite the psychopath, so my brain does this automatically. I easily look at humans as meat robots. I have a hard time imagining them being human and experiencing bodily sensations, having feelings, likes and dislikes, thoughts, etc. It doesn't come naturally at all to me, explaining while I do something, even with helpful intentions, notice that I've upset someone and think, "Ooops! Did it again."

      Let's suppose that there was such an anti-sociopath extermination program. Let's look at our hypothetical population and see how they'd feel:

      warm-hearted empaths (WHE) 90%
      exterminationistic empaths (EE) 7%
      sociopaths (S) 3%

      WHE are disgusted with the program. Show them a dead baby, killed in a government mandated program, and they'll lose their heads. People will start comparing it to ze nazis. Ze Jews will get their yarmulkes all tied up in knots, figuring that they're next on the list (the sociopath lawyers of the Hebraic persuasion will freak, knowing they are in trouble, as are their kids, etc). The wail goes up from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv.

      The exterminationistic empaths may be for the program at first. At some point, the persecution bar will get lowered, and borderline psychopaths (in the EE category) will suffer. E.g. there'll be rules like, "if you do a felony and are a borderline psychopath, you stay in jail forever". A bunch of EE people will defect.

      The sociopaths (S) won't be for it. They'll try to leave the country if possible. Some of the sociopaths will be the grudge-holding malignant narcissists like Osama Bin Ladin or Timothy McVeigh. It won't take much of a sense of persecution for them to start burning grade schools full of kids after locking all fire exits.

      Of course, looking at the numbers, only the exterminationistic empaths will go with such a program.

      What program might fly?

      Genetic screening and paying people to forgo reproduction. If you offered M.E. enough money, she'd give you her ovaries.

      If you just marked sociopaths and forced them out of the regular economy, where they gravitate to unsavory professions like CEO, lawyer and con man, and forced them to become monks (but gave them meals and time to kick back) a bunch of them would take the deal.

      You could do a 1-strike and you go to jail for life program. That might pass muster.

      You could do a 1-strike and you go to jail for life, and we go to your family, check their genes, and sterilize them proactively. That'd almost certainly be too sociopathic to please the kind-hearted masses.

      There are obviously other solutions that haven't occurred to me that might work in a democracy.

      One unintended consequence: anti-sociopathic policies will hit blacks hard - as they commit more crimes (and would hence screen more sociopathic than non-blacks) - which will probably stop the warm-hearted empaths from getting on board. That is, the empaths are so brainwashed that they are racist, in that they care more about the suffering of blacks (who will wail about whatever befalls them due to the new program) than they do their victims, black or white, who get robbed, raped, beat up, murdered etc.

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    2. you really can't win against them.... the really intelligent one know how to put you in some kind of trance....the only form of defense is to completely stay away from them....most empaths are under a extremely powerful high tt these kinds of people

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  5. Got my little heart broken - mass genocide will fix it.

    Can't reason with the unreasonable.

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  6. Also,

    "Neither a man nor a crowd nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the influence of a great fear.”

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  7. Just one thing to say to that person...If God gives free will and doesn't destroy the sociopaths or anyone eles from the start, who do you think you are that you should if you could? Are you greater than God? Give me a break.

    Sociopath 506

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  8. I admit that many sociopaths do have problems, but how can that
    apply to beautiful female sociopaths? All they need is a bit more
    disipline. The beautiful woman is the icon of our time. All Amanda Knox,
    Casey Anthony and Jodi Arais had to do, is exercise more self control
    like M.E. does. If the above women had educated themselves they
    would have become rich and famous based only on their looks if nothing else.
    It is not the clever and conniving sociopaths who should die. They
    bring beauty and excitement into the world. It is the fat, sloppy,
    undisiplined and UGLY who must die. They drag us all down.

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    1. Sorry, but I had to laugh at this comment. 99.9% of people fit your description of ugly. In this ageist society women get old quick, and apparently by your superficial standards become worthless, and drag society down. Nice. I'm dying to see what you look like.

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    2. Amanda Knox was acquitted you fool.

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  9. The letter strikes me as the sort of posturing young religious males exhibit. I went to a very strict Christian college (we signed a pledge saying we wouldn't drink, dance, smoke, have sex, and that we'd tell on anyone who did) where this sort of nonsense was everywhere.
    Not saying females or non religious people also can't also engage in binary thinking that is weaponized by self righteousness and latent hostility- just that religious communities (a campus like the one I attended definitely qualified- one all male dorm nearly beat to death a man they suspected to be gay) where there is a strong external standard of morality everyone is expected to adhere to feeds mindsets like the one above.

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  10. Can't believe this blog has degenerated into such stupidity. Clearly who- ever wrote
    that is a complete idiot. I think we can all agree on not killing children. I can't even
    believe we're having this conversation. I'm not sure that person's comment was worth printing, there a complete moron.

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    1. to understand how stupid people think is interesting. unless you find it threatening. A smart adversary and a stupid adversary present different risks. You must be prepared to anticipate both.

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  11. hajajaja, ME, this is insane. just because she's an empath doesn't mean she's anymore crueler and more manipulative than "some" socios. she tops them off. fuck what is it with people that think just because I feel oxytocin lovey and attachment, Im better than you socios. so im a bpd crappolla empath. I can do without my feelings personally. it stings. am I better than another other personality trait, absolutely not!

    I grew up with this girl, im quite amazed at her knack of skills. she loves to look at me-- eye me up. we do it to eachother -- but there’s a mutual respect when we see each other through the years that go passing for us. she loves to wreck families. finds so much enjoyment in it for some reason. “crystal does respects me.” I do not find enjoyment in tearing families apart. It hurts innocent children and individuals around, it’s not a fun game to me whatsoever. My fun and excitement is else where. she knows that I’ve evaluated the shit out of her -- and what she’s trying to do for the most part. and when its all said and done. i pity her, and I do care for her and I worry for her. her father died of aids, mother has died also. my Crystal is going down the same path (sadly).. and maybe she pities me somewhere deep inside. she just loves the game, the thrill of tearing a family apart. now she is living with her aunt and boyfriend. shitty for her aunt I say. another family wrecked. I give it three months tops. Im like crystal find ones without the kids in the family. think logical for the sake of the kids ….if you must. they're human and need there caregivers around, not split up. what shall I do with my crystal?? (The beautiful gal with that one gorgeous smile that can induce any man or women.) accept her, the little cuty for what she is. i will not change her. she is seeing that this lifestyle is not a win for her. I do not think I am better because I have empathy. crystal has many gifts, and is wavering between borderline and anti-social, i hope she uses her seductive ways for the good of mankind and for herself. she will win this way. i don't wanna see her 6 feet under like her parents. i worry, but its her life. she's baby doll. her face is porceline. beautiful in my opinion.

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  12. What society does not understand, they fear. What society fears, they hate. What society hates, they destroy.

    They do not stop for any moment to realize that they too often become what they claimed to not understand in the first place.

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    1. We all have our 'traits'. Education and 'eyes on self'' is a good way to start
      if some one is interested in bettering their quality of life. If they don't care about anyone else, congratulations, but if you DO care about yourself and your future at all, it's a good place to start.

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  13. It was definitely worth printing the comment just to show how a lot of (not just some unfortunately) people think. Most people will stop at nothing to destroy those whom they believe are inhuman and evil. In most people's minds, socios fit that bill perfectly. Think how perceived threats have been dealt with in the past (e.g. the Jews), now imagine how people could react if the target group is not merely a perceived threat but one which actually embodies everything that most people fear and hate.

    It will be interesting to see how matters develop as members of the public become aware that many more of the people around them than they ever imagined fit comfortably within their definition of evil. I'm not saying anything unpleasant will definitely happen, that would be crazy and irresponsible, but you never know...

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  14. I agree, to rid society of the antisocial is the only way, if that society could ever hope to progress.

    Time to fire up the ovens, despite the pitiful cries of the weak.

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    1. There are actually quite a few sociopathic traits that are beneficial to the individual, and many times beneficial to society as well. The same characteristics that make the violent sociopath also make the hero. It's all in how it's channeled. Not all of these traits are inherently evil. James Fallon described it as feeling like a state of pure logic. I often times question if psychologists, to some degree, are kind of like trained sociopaths because throughout our training we are taught to be objective and remove our own emotions from various situations. It's quite frequent that I find myself in an objective state not experiencing any kind of emotional responses to the outside stimuli.

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    2. dr. ginger please do tell me more? :) its interesting to know how psychologists are trained to deal with all types of personality traits. it does make sense to take emotion out, and look at things from a logical point of view. are you familiar with working with personality disorders?

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    3. The antisocial has no place in society, as the label suggests.

      There is nothing heroic about the antisocial. It is only concerned about its own survival.

      It's a parasite that needs to be removed and eradicated.

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    4. Superchick,
      I’ve always been fascinated by the cluster B personality disorders especially borderline personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder. I worked with people with bpd for awhile. Many psychologists focus on the pathological traits of borderline, but I think there are also a number of positive traits, and I think there are aspects of it that are being pathologized that should be conceptualized differently. Some of the pathologically destructive traits can be channeled in to prosocial outlets. For example, advocacy. People with bpd make great advocates because they are aggressive, and tend to empathize with the underdog. Also, a lot of things that would be deterrents for normal people are not for people with bpd. If they feel strongly about something, they will pursue it to the end, and It’s difficult to shame someone with bpd in to behaving a certain way. Also they are very rigid, and won’t budge until they see change.

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    5. I wonder how you'd feel, say, about a anti-psychiatry, anti-Jew BPD crusader in 1933 Germany.

      I can easily imagine a BPD-sufferer leading the charge against people such as yourself. I'd be the sociopath saying, "hey, let's deal with the communist threat first," and she'd be saying, "No. We have to kill off all the shrinks and Jews, because Jewish psychiatry is destroying our society."

      I suggest you carefully appraise the value of stubborn and irrationally emotional crusaders.

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    6. I operate under no delusions in knowing what it is that I deal with with the cluster B personality disorders. I’ve been on the receiving end of borderline threats of violence and destruction, and numerous borderlines have tried to do everything in their power to bring me down, however not all are like this, and unlike sociopathy, there are ways to manage borderline symptoms. I’m not saying everything is good about bpd or sociopathy, but part of what I do is backlash to what goes on in my field. Many psychologists learn about the symptoms of a disorder, and begin perceiving people through very narrow prisms of mental illness. They begin attributing things to pathology that aren’t pathological. I am interested in the complexities, and in addition to recognizing the pathological and problematic traits, it’s hard to ignore how some of these traits are positive, and have benefitted the individual and/or society. The professional world is full of sociopaths and borderlines so there is something about these personality types that makes individuals successful.

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    7. dr.ginger well said. agreed, many bordelines and sociopaths are in the professional world and are successful. I am a recovered borderline. and what affects one borderline, might not affect the other. i am at the milder end of the spectrum (they told me). there are many positive traits about the borderline (specially in advocacy like you mention, and feeling the emotions of others). we tend to sympathize a lot and can relate to certain situations at a higher intensity, (chameleon like - not falsely, sincere capability of reading one with care and concern). it’s also true of the sociopath. why does sociopath kind of remind me as being stuck in a logical mind/reasoned mind in the DBT model…. possibly swinging into a state of “hyper-mode without emotion” just pure logic.
      deciphering through what becomes normal and not normal in the pathology illness of both personalities is crucial. sociopath/borderline can be a curse or a blessing. we choose what we feed… good or bad. hope you get the gist. on my phone. i suck at grammar. thanxs for sharing. :)

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    8. This is a great conversation. I like hearing about the positives of personality disorders also. As a high functioning, recovering borderline, it's nice to see someone acknowledge our strengths.I've been in the medical field for many years, and have learned to function quite well in this world.

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  15. There isn't even really a way to screen for adult sociopaths beyond seeing how foolishly they respond to some questionnaire.

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    1. That's where you're wrong. http://uk.reuters.com/article/2012/05/07/us-brains-psychopaths-idUSBRE8460ZQ20120507 See also http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2318442/Brain-scans-identify-psychopaths-childhood-empathy-seeing-people-pain.html I apologise for this crap news source but it's the University of London research that counts.

      Also type in 'psychopath brain scan' into Google and see what else pops up.

      As a side note, I always wondered why anyone would give potentially incriminating honest answers to such a quiz. Surely it would be idiotic.

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  16. "I believe that every human life is intrinsically valuable." -- "I would kill you as children."

    ME, why waste our time with comments from someone who evidently has the brainpower of an amoeba?

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  17. "This is from a recent comment:"

    Really? When I click on the link provided, I don't see any such comment, recent or otherwise. Did you just make it up?

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  18. I'm an empath.
    I believe that all humans are born with free will.
    I believe that every human life is intrinsically valuable.
    I believe that good and evil exist as absolutes, even if at times it is difficult to distinguish between them.
    I believe that sociopaths are evil.


    i smell a bible thumper

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    1. eau de mothballs

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    2. with a hint of juniper berries. :-)

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  19. so i'm wondering.. why is religion such a moth magnet for the emotionally ill-at-ease? are these sociopaths sans logic? with a brain circuitry powered by the mouse wheel of conviction rather than intuition or reason?

    or are they just emotionally constipated empaths hanging on for dear life to their pet institution walls to keep from being blown away by feelings their intellects are not equipped to understand, let alone calm?

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    1. I'm not stalking you or anything but two if your posts happen to be of interest...

      "so i'm wondering.. why is religion such a moth magnet for the emotionally ill-at-ease?"

      Because religion can provide people with what they think is the answer to many if not all of life's questions. For people with messy emotions or low intelligence it must be comforting to believe that there's a god looking out for your best interests and such and that you'll never have to worry about deep questions because your religion gives you all the answers.

      Having said that, there are some very intelligent religious people out there and, if they don't just blindly follow the doctrine, can be interesting to talk to.

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    2. Religion has meant different things to me at different points in my life. In the broadest sense, it provides a framework where emotional realities can be located and understood in a metaphorical sense.

      Religion speaks to victims of trauma. Like art, it helps articulate pain so it can be released and a new course of action can ultimately be pursued. While the mechanisms are different- both religion and art appeal to suffering people because they promise to turn pain into something beautiful.

      The problem is when people start looking at metaphor and cryptic messages as direct truth rather than a way to access truth. Throw in a psychotic charismatic leader who effectively twists reality and religion up into a cocktail designed to mind control followers... well, say no more. Just look at history.

      Religion in and go itself is no more offensive than art. But it is far easier to use as a tool to manipulate unquestioning masses who just want to feel better.

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    3. @Jamie

      yeah I was referring to the blind followers, the ones with the judging superior expressions on their faces, always looking for flaws or some way to show they're good christians or the better christians by pointing out how you're not. much like dr. phil, they don't smile much. and if they're guys you can just hear their thoughts: "woman get in line!"

      i always want to flash my breasts at them. : - )

      my friend's sister's boyfriend is a complete religious asshole. i was at a party and talking to someone and in the way or something, and he punched me in the back when i didn't react immediately to his "command"! unbelievable. i didn't want to upset my friend and make a scene, and ignored him. he stalks the whole family as it is and they all hate him.

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    4. @mach

      i agree, but what about spirituality? there is something strangely bizarre, magical even, about being conscious...it exists, we exist. and if we're just meat machines, then were meat machines aware that we exist. that's just wild. i can't comprehend those who believe in a mechanistic universe any more than those who unquestioningly believe in the doctrines of some religion. both blindly follow concepts, a map in their heads, that may or may not reflect what's really there.

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    5. @Zoe: Ah that BF sounds like a right bundle of laughs. Just the guy who'd know how to have a good time at a party!

      One of my friends from college (the UK equivalent of a US high school, crazy language difference, right?) who was always religious but in a sane way has changed rather a lot since going to university (which surprise, surprise, is a geographically-isolated religious institution in rural Illinois which is only open to members of his particular faith). A bit more pious, 'holier than thou' etc. Doesn't talk to me much now, perhaps he's afraid I'll try to make him an atheist or else tempt him into a life of sin! Hmm, maybe he has a point, might try that actually...

      To give my two penny's worth to your and Mach's conversation about 'The Answers', the closes best approach I can suggest is philosophy. But being a student of that subject, I am of course biased. I agree mechanists / scientists are too readily accepting of their own doctrines and although atheism isn't a religion like some Christian fundamentalists like to say, it is a 'faith' of sorts.

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    6. as bill hicks said.. it's just a ride

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    7. at the risk of invoking the "spiritual but not religious" cliche' I think it's important to recognize that they are not the same thing. Spirituality has more of a transcendent feeling to it and is a vehicle through which mystery can be approached. I'm a big fan of it.
      Religion, on the other hand, is institutionalized opinion and is defined by doctrine. Followers are rarely encouraged to think for themselves unless it is a branch that is comfortable with mysticism.

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  20. Co-dependents and any folks on Axis II make great companions. That's all the comment was about.

    ME,

    I read your book and some of your blog. I don't buy your self sociopath diagnosis at all. Narcissistic Personality Disorder, definitely. What gives it away the most is for someone who claims to be so smart, "sociopath" is not even a diagnosis. I mean seriously, it's not even in the DSM. An accurate diagnosis would be Axis II, Cluster A, B, C...

    You remind me of Matt Damon's character in "Good Will Hunting". He talks, talks, talks, talks and can spout off all this ridiculous knowledge, and it sounds good to most people and it's accurate, but it's not relevant. Like the courtroom scene in the beginning of the movie. He spouts off law from the 1800's, it makes sense, it fits, it sounds good to listen to, but in the end it doesn't serve any purpose. Like Robin Williams pointed out, he could talk all day long about DaVinci's Last Supper, but in the end he'd never been there and actually seen it.

    How many people have you actually talked to, face to face, that have "your" diagnosis, or any mental health diagnosis for that matter? Like Asperger's or Autism or any other that you talk about? It's kind of ironic given your profession as a lawyer. Next to those in the mental health field, lawyer's and those in the corrections field have more access to people who are actually sociopathic or psychopathic, then most people. And you're not even in the criminal law field. Your book would make a lot more sense and would at least be remotely credible if you could at least say, yeah I sat across from some of the most heinous sociopath's you could ever meet. I mean what would you think about someone who wrote a law book that never went to law school or even took one class? I'm sure you're comments would be ruthless at best.

    On page 170 you talk about realizing the suffering you have brought on yourself and those close to you and minimizing that harm. If this is truly your goal think about what purpose (or who) your book and your blog serve. Does it serve yourself financially and egotistically? Or does it serve those you care about? How much time did you spend by yourself writing and researching on your computer? Could this have been face to face time with those you love and care about? Which would put the focus on THEM and not YOU?

    MelissaR

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  21. ME is in her early 30's. She's young. I congratulate her for having the courage to talk about these issues openly, and educate herself and her audience in the process. A little narcisistic,maybe, but we all are to some degree. Give her some time. She's growing and learning just like the rest of us.

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  22. sorry to say but some empaths are totally dumb!

    how do women from western countries let a man walk all over them and take advantage of them year after year, then accuse the man of taking advantage of her?

    that's just dumb!

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    1. Trauma bonding is an evolutionary response that used to help weak females survive by aligning with a powerful (if abusive) protector and not let go.

      In modern, first world societies the bonds formed by the abusive cycle (tension/abuse/reconciliation) no longer serve a woman, who is not safer with an abuser. But just like it's hard to overcome any other biological predisposition, traumatized individuals usually survive tough situations by identifying with their aggressor. It's not stupidity. It's biology.

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  23. Hi ME,
    Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. It is nice to see your perspective.
    This is a dualistic realm. Where light and dark coexist to create reality as we know it. If there was no death we could not appreciate life; without destruction we could not comprehend creation. Those who want to kill forms in light of protecting other forms live in fear, and that is a hard way to live. No form is superior to the other it is the intellect that creates this distinction and intellect is only a sub category to consciousness. Try not to label yourselves dear ones, empath, sociopath, narcissist, etc for when you label yourself that is where you stay, and there is nothing as stifling as stagnation. Keep exploring yourselves it is a fascinating adventure but do not hold onto the definitions as they will change with each layer you peel back.
    Maya

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  24. I'm relatively new to your blog (as well as understanding more about myself) and this hit me in two ways. The first is the obvious (the reason I have started reading this blog), ut also because I long been involved in the fight for gun rights and it has been my experience that many of the most vocal supporters of gun control with a blog and/or internet connection have wished death on me and my fellow gun owners under very similar circumstances.... I'll have to spend some more time thinking about the possibility of a connection.

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  25. Good vs evil doesn't work. It has to be good and evil together.

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  26. That isn't an empath, that is just a very retarded selfpath that thinks they are an empath due to the positive emotions they feel by *helping*.

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    1. Also words are words. concept and meaning is what matter. And I'm sorry you seem so tied to the word "sociopath" as a self defining trait, but you have to realize it's meaning. It's the action. It is what is done.

      For whatever reason, it is my opinion that you're more of an empath than they are.

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  27. First of all just because the poster self ID's ad an empathy doesn't mean they are ....just because ME selfID's ad a sociopath doesn't mean she is...me sounds like a narrsistic opportunist who just thinks calling herself a sociopath sounds sexier and more powerful. I self ID as an empathy...but how would you know on the internet?...only by educating yoiself about sociopathic behavior and observing my actions over time....what interests me is figuring out how to call sociopaths out effectively and outing them so they do the least harm possible.

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  28. There is no way this is comment from an empath.
    If you read it, it is obviously a stereotyped personnification and not well done.

    Definitely not a really smart troll. I guess the way he writes satirically, he consider himself as a sociopath or a psychopath, that he's not neither. Just someone not that smart.

    An empath (as a psychopath) will judge this letter as really poor interest.
    An empath will wonder why the author has such a need to write something like this (certainly in need of attention), a psychopath will just don't waste its time with.

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  29. >says sociopaths are evil
    > is willing to kill children

    and people wonder why serial killers exist.

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  30. Why complain about it...yes its quite easy for an empath to hate yes hate from the core of our being sociopaths...

    The world is f..ked because of ur type...u people run the world...and a hell of a world u have created. .

    Would not hesiate to pull the trigger on u ALL...remove u from the gene pool...ur only hope would be a full confession and commitment to fighting ur type out of some sense of redemption in front of god (call it what u will)...

    And how is that not sociopathic. ..we cry...we carry the pain of all ur wrongdoings collectively throughout history (jung called it the collective unconscious)...

    Empathy works 2 ways...we empathize with real people not with meat robots like u...itd be like empathizing with a can of beans...we empathize with real people...

    I guess ur safe 4 now...but if there was a way oh yes we would...no problem at all

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    1. Good job for showing the maker of this blog what a hypocrite he or she (most likely, he) is. He claims that empaths are hypocrites when he's one himself. How ironic is that?

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  32. >If I could find an effective way to screen for you guys without too many false positives, then I would kill you as children.

    stopped reading there. as emapth i view myself superior to sociopaths, there is no need of removal all flies in the world, you just swat those who fly too close to you.

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  33. sociopaths aren't actually human tho lmao. killing them is no different than killing a parasite that seeks to exploit & destroy one. i dont actually see any hypocrisy here. jus cuz one feels empathy or cuz one values life doesnt mean they gotta stand for others insane-ass self-destructive toxic bullshit. besides, all dat "all life is inherently valuable & equal" moral relativism postmodern bullshit is for tha birds yo. deadass, unless a sociopath can legit prove they can contribute to xistence/reality/society/otha ppls interactions witout being a manipulative, destructive, sadomasochistic, exploitative, self-serving, life/trust/boundary violating vile piece of shit, they probably deserve to die

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