A shocking 4 percent of ordinary people (one in twenty-five) are secretly sociopaths –
according to a Harvard psychologist who wrote The Sociopath Next Door.
Chilling thought, isn't it?
Join me at my next Port of Call on my
DON'T BUY MY BOOK! Blog Tour
At the blog of the lovely J. H. Moncrieff
Where I discuss real-life monsters who hid behind the mask of HERO.
Take Politicians ...
Is their ambition and ego enough to explain why they believe themselves worthy
of the Oval Office or a seat in Congress?
Superficially charming, psychopaths tend to make a good first impression on others
and often strike observers as remarkably normal.
Yet they are self-centered, dishonest and undependable,
and at times they engage in irresponsible behavior for no apparent reason other than the sheer fun of it.
Largely devoid of guilt, empathy and love, they have casual and callous interpersonal and romantic relationships.
Follow me to J.H's Blog where I reveal some true historical monsters the world still mostly believes were heroic.
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