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Originally posted by TheSkinRipper
I have officially been diagnosed as a textbook Psychopath. It is classed as a personality disorder or antisocial personality disorder
In one video I was show a Nanny dropping and kicking a 18 month old baby. My brain did not register any form of empathy or shock. My brain processes info differently to normal people.
Originally posted by IrishLass
I have been reading all the posts in this thread. And from what you have written SkinRipper is that you are a huge fan of "Dexter". Much of what you have posted here is in the books by Jeff Lindsay. "Dearly Devoted Dexter", "Dexter by Design". "Dexter in the Dark" and of course the first book on Dexter, "Darkly Dreaming Dexter". Yes you tweaked some of the words but your OP reads like a book on Dexter.
BTW, I am a huge fan of Dexter.
Originally posted by jeanvaljean
The impression I got from the OP and his responses to challenging posters is that he tries very hard to project a persona based on his idea of what a psychopath is like from books he read and movies he watched.
To me, he comes across as an average Joe with a superiority complex, in need of attention and admiration.
In other words: a common-or-garden-variety narcissist.
Originally posted by Josephus23
reply to post by Violater1
Ahhh.... A fellow amongst the thread.
If you have read my comments, then you will know that I am heartily AGAINST the DSM.
And I will tell you why...
Because ALL 5 AXES must be qualified in order to meet any condition and the first two axes are not in any way actually testable.
Well, except axis II down's syndrome, but that would make more sense to be axis III in my opinion.
The majority (and I would go 99% here) of all personal problems can be traced to Axis III, IV, or V.
The first two axes are symptoms of a serious problem that is occurring in the last three...
Do you agree with this or disagree?