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Psychopathy Confronting Evil at Home and In Society

Doreen Dotan
7 years ago|245 views
The first confrontation with Psychopathy, which is the modern term for Evil, is in the home.
We, the Parents of Psychopaths, must overcome our shame, our fear, our doubts and even put our love aside, and confront the issue of having a Psychopathic child intrepidly.

Psychopathic children are first recognized by their behavior, but the presence of the Illness can be empirically verified.

It is our job to lobby Psycho-Social Services to deal with Psychopathy in Children honest, humanely and effectively.

Recommended introductory articles and videos:

Conservative estimate: 'One In 100 Children Is A Psychopath'

Psychopath in the Family

One in a hundred children are 'psychopathic', warn researchers - and they say there is nothing parents can do to control them

Scientists say affected children lie, cheat, manipulate and commit acts of remorseless cruelty
Traditional punishments have no effect on their behaviour

Genetics and Epigenetics affect Psychopathy

Moral “taint” still seeps along blood lines

Your environmental exposures might haunt your great-grandchildren

Bounded Empathy: Neural Responses to Outgroup Targets' (Mis)fortunes

Please see this short video by Thomas Sheridan (among his many must-see, longer videos).
A Cat Can Save Your Life - They Can Spot the Toxic People...
Your cat CAN see who is a Psychopath. When my child who is a Psychopath comes into the house my cat runs into another room and stays there, sometimes for days if the person stays over. Normally, my cat approaches even the delivery boy or someone coming to the door to solicit donations in a friendly way.

Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy
Edited by Randall T. Salekin and Donald R. Lynam

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