Not only are all the various forms of “mind-scientists” confused about how to accurately diagnose a psychopath a psychopath, but they are also conflicted on the cause and if it is even treatable. This stems from the conflict embedded within the very categorizing charts and methods popularly used today.
According to the standard practice, anyone with Anti-Social Personality Disorder (ASPD), Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), or a Sociopath will qualify as also being a “psychopath.” Where does one end and the other begin? Instead of focusing on the unique individual motives for each category they would rather stick with “signs and symptoms.”
What Makes a Psychopath a Psychopath?
The surrounding environment doesn’t create a psychopath (entirely) like a Sociopath; they are pretty much born that way. Which is the exact opposite of a sociopath. I strongly agree with the theory that … Read More