Antisocials: Psychopaths, Sociopaths and Narcissists
These often charming -- but always deadly -- individuals have a
clinical name:   psychopaths.  Their hallmark is a stunning lack of
conscience; their game is self-gratification at the other person's
expense.
    .
....Dr. Robert Hare,    WITHOUT CONSCIENCE
One of the most frequently observed of the traits is a glib and superficial charm
that allows the true sociopath to seduce other people, figuratively or literally --
a kind of glow or charisma that, initially, can make the sociopath seem more
charming or more interesting than most of the normal people around him.
.....
Dr. Martha Stout   THE SOCIOPATH NEXT DOOR
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Barbara Bentley
Motivational Author and Speaker
Psychopaths, sociopaths and narcissist form a group known as Antisocials. They look for their victims at work, at church, at organizations, and in romantic
relationships.  They snare victims with a web of deceit and create a crazy-making world where reality blurs.  As frightening as this revelation is, it is my
hope that my compelling story of living with a psychopath will help others recognize deviant behavior before it’s too late for them.  Victims of antisocials
find recovery difficult.  Family and friends may blame the victim.  The courts fail to recognize the antisocial's deviant behavior and the victim is brutalized by
the inadequacies and ignorance of criminal and family court law. Victims may suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The best survival technique is to
learn as much as you can about antisocials.
ANTISOCIALS HAVE NO CONSCIENCE AND WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS. They are people who cause
chaos for their victims and le
ave them dead or devastated when they are ready to move on. Use the following links to broaden your knowledge. The life you
save
may be your own or that of a loved one or friend.