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Jag tror jag är psykopat..

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Som rubriken säger så tror jag att jag är psykopat, elr inte psykopat.. men mer drag av det än vanliga människor.

Jag tex inte bryr mig alls om andra människor om jag inte får ut något av det. Känner allvarligt att jag inte bryr mig om mina närmaste vänner skulle bli påkörd och dö.

jag känner inte alls empati för människor utan låtsas att jag har det om det behövs.
som exempel, en tjej i min vänskapskrets berättade att hon hade blivit våldtagen av en kille pch jag brydde mig 0 tills jag märkte att människor sa "gud mår du bra?!" "Har du anmält?" Osv osv. Hon har jag dessutom känt sedan jag var 6.

Jag snor saker, jag har aldrig varit "kär", bryr mig inte om jag skadar en annan människa, manipulerar människor ibland med.

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Det du skrev är inte att vara en psykopat. Du bryr dig bara inte vad folk utsätts för och upplever inga känslor eller någon medkänsla. Är man en psykopat så är man knäpp, galen, psykfall och en dåre. Av det jag har läst så är du inte i närheten av en psykopat. Inte ens en sociopat. Du kan vara lugn, men försök att känna medkänsla hos folk och bry dig om vissa saker som inte gäller dig, om det går, om du vill förbättras eller om du inte vet vad du ska göra åt saken.
från https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/mindmelding/201301/what-is-psychopath-0

Uncaring
The PCL describes psychopaths as being callous and showing a lack of empathy, traits which the PPI describes as “coldheartedness.”

Shallow emotions
Psychopaths, and to a degree, sociopaths, show a lack of emotion, especially the social emotions, such as shame, guilt, and embarrassment

Irresponsibility
According to Cleckley psychopaths show unreliability, while the PCL mentions “irresponsibility” and the PPI describes psychopaths as showing “blame externalization,” i.e. they blame others for events that are actually their fault. They may admit blame when forced into a corner, but these admissions are not accompanied by a sense of shame or remorse, and they have no power to change the sociopath’s future behavior.

Insincere speech
Ranging from what the PCL describes as “glibness” and “superficial charm” to Cleckley’s “untruthfulness” and “insincerity,” to outright “pathological lying,” there is a trend toward devaluing speech among psychopaths by inflating and distorting it toward selfish ends.

Overconfidence
The PCL describes sociopaths as possessing a “grandiose sense of self worth.” Cleckley speaks frequently of the boastfulness of his patients. Hare (1993) describes an imprisoned sociopath who believed he was a world class swimmer.

Narrowing of attention
According to Newman and his colleagues the core deficit in psychopathy is a failure of what they call response modulation (Hiatt and Newman, 2006). When normal people engage in a task we are able to alter our activity, or modulate our responses, depending on relevant peripheral information that appears after the task has begun. Psychopaths are specifically deficient in this ability, and according to Newman, this explains the impulsivity of psychopaths, a trait which shows up in several of the lists of criteria, as well as their problems with passive avoidance and with processing emotions.

Selfishness
Cleckley spoke of his psychopaths showing a “pathologic egocentricity [and incapacity for love],”

Inability to plan for the future
Cleckley said that his psychopaths showed a “failure to follow any life plan.” According to the PCL, psychopaths have a “lack of realistic long-term goals,”

Violence
The criteria for dissocial personality include, a “very low tolerance to frustration and a low threshold for discharge of aggression, including violence.” The criteria for antisocial personality disorder include, "irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults.”

här är vad dom sa definierade en psykopat, tog ut det jag tyckte var viktigaste så om du vill läsa helt så klicka bara på länken.

Det mästa där stämmer in på mig! Helt exakt faktiskt. Jag ska läsa det andra med, tack.
pancakesisboring: från https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/mindmelding/201301/what-is-psychopath-0

Uncaring
The PCL describes psychopaths as being callous and showing a lack of empathy, traits which the PPI describes as “coldheartedness.”

Shallow emotions
Psychopaths, and to a degree, sociopaths, show a lack of emotion, especially the social emotions, such as shame, guilt, and embarrassment

Irresponsibility
According to Cleckley psychopaths show unreliability, while the PCL mentions “irresponsibility” and the PPI describes psychopaths as showing “blame externalization,” i.e. they blame others for events that are actually their fault. They may admit blame when forced into a corner, but these admissions are not accompanied by a sense of shame or remorse, and they have no power to change the sociopath’s future behavior.

Insincere speech
Ranging from what the PCL describes as “glibness” and “superficial charm” to Cleckley’s “untruthfulness” and “insincerity,” to outright “pathological lying,” there is a trend toward devaluing speech among psychopaths by inflating and distorting it toward selfish ends.

Overconfidence
The PCL describes sociopaths as possessing a “grandiose sense of self worth.” Cleckley speaks frequently of the boastfulness of his patients. Hare (1993) describes an imprisoned sociopath who believed he was a world class swimmer.

Narrowing of attention
According to Newman and his colleagues the core deficit in psychopathy is a failure of what they call response modulation (Hiatt and Newman, 2006). When normal people engage in a task we are able to alter our activity, or modulate our responses, depending on relevant peripheral information that appears after the task has begun. Psychopaths are specifically deficient in this ability, and according to Newman, this explains the impulsivity of psychopaths, a trait which shows up in several of the lists of criteria, as well as their problems with passive avoidance and with processing emotions.

Selfishness
Cleckley spoke of his psychopaths showing a “pathologic egocentricity [and incapacity for love],”

Inability to plan for the future
Cleckley said that his psychopaths showed a “failure to follow any life plan.” According to the PCL, psychopaths have a “lack of realistic long-term goals,”

Violence
The criteria for dissocial personality include, a “very low tolerance to frustration and a low threshold for discharge of aggression, including violence.” The criteria for antisocial personality disorder include, "irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults.”

här är vad dom sa definierade en psykopat, tog ut det jag tyckte var viktigaste så om du vill läsa helt så klicka bara på länken.