posted on Jan, 21 2011 @ 11:57 AM
reply to post by kwakakev
I hate to be a pain about this, but what you dont realise is that classic psychopaths dont feel bad , even when there are consequences. Intelligent,
clinical, often well mannered and capable of deeply intellectual discourse, a psychopath requires no comfort, has no empathy with others save for that
which benifits him, and ultimately is his own God, law, justice, and moral barometre. In essence, if its alright by him, then its alright in general.
Remorse is alien to a person of this mental make up, as is repentance, or awareness of consequence.
Life while not a game to a psychopath, is not like it is for you or I . They can be aware of love being poured into them, and are aware enough and
capable of SHOWING it back, but are incapable of it themselves.
This is why psychopaths are so dangerous to others. Even basic ideas like self preservation work differently for a psychopath. They just dont follow
the same kind of cause and effect understanding that you or I work to.
I wouldnt count on any sorrow or grief on the young fellows part, unless I miss my mark, or unless he has expirience in hiding his lack of emotional
connection to his actions or thier results.