TYPE 1 SOCIOPATH
Type 1 sociopath was specifically written in a simple, easy to comprehend manner for gentle, compassionate people who love deeply and forgive easily, who often find themselves in codependent and/or abusive relationships and who are the peacekeepers, comforters, and fixers of the world.
I’ve specifically included a chapter of my diary titled “Jamie,” to bring to your attention the small, daily misbehaviors of possible sociopaths, which most of us overlook until it’s too late. My intention is that after you read Type 1 Sociopath, you will not only be able to immediately identify the traits of the possible undercover sociopaths among you, but you will know what to do to protect yourself and your family.
Type 1 Sociopath DARES to explore and offer unique, out-of-the-box insights to ponder on the little known subject of conscience-less individuals.
The Sociopath Next Door
This is THE book that led me to my great awakening! In the chapter “Confession of a Former Doormat” in Type 1 Sociopath, I describe the mystical way I discovered The Sociopath Next Door, which was a direct answer to my explosive prayer the night before.
An excellent read!
Confessions of A Sociopath
M. E. Thomas is a diagnosed sociopath and a PERFECT EXAMPLE of what I describe as a type 1 sociopath. She is charming, intelligent, beautiful, holds a power position (law professor) and is very likeable (all traits of sociopathy). In this book, she confesses that ruining people is delicious.
Snakes In Suits
Learn how psychopaths (sociopaths, type 1 sociopaths-without conscience people) work in the workplace. If you’re working in the corporate environment, especially if you’re in management or you are in the hiring process, you’ll want to read this book. It is as if the authors are describing the same difficult individuals I have worked with in the past.
This book is excellent. Robert D. Hare, Ph.D, is known as the grandfather of psychopathy. I recommend reading all of his material on psychopathy.
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Notice that some psychologists label conscienceless people as sociopaths while other psychologists refer to them as psychopaths. Learn all you can about type 1 sociopaths, psychopaths, and sociopaths and come to your own conclusion of whether sociopathy should be under psychopathy, vice versa, or if you feel they are basically the same.
“What is the difference between a sociopath and a psychopath?
Who cares! Know the traits and save your life!”
- P. A. Speers
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