Is it possible for a fairly strong-willed mentally healthy individual to sustain a non-abuse-oriented relationship with a psychopath?
NO, I read a book called "The Sociopath Next Door". It stated
that once you know of someone who has this disorder (1 of 25
people) you should stay clear so you do not become their next
victim. Although most are not physically violent they are very
venomus and why would you want to have a relationship with someone
who is incapable of having feeling for you?
ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW:
Some sociopaths drop numerous hints about the way they are; rarely, some come right out and admit to it (including several WikiAnswers members)!
In the very rare event that a sociopath (psychopath) doesn't have to hide what he/she is, the dynamic can change.
To put it bluntly, they usually seek to camouflage themselves because they at least know that, as they truly are, they are absolutely unlovable.
That doesn't, however, stop some particularly nurturing sorts of people from offering a known psychopath succor and friendship! One never knows...
So, when is a "taboo" more a hindrance than a protection? When should an "untouchable" stop being shunned?
What you are asking for is a Psychopath and not a pycopath. A psychopath is a person with a personality disorder indicated by a pattern of lying, exploitativeness, heedlessness, arrogance, sexual promiscuity, low self-control, and lack of empathy and remorse. Such an individual may be especially prone to violent and criminal offenses.
Psychopath is a broad term, so I am assuming you mean, how do some people become abnormally obessessed with others. Most people with personality disorders are fine with the world except for their target person. This is the person they want to control, and sometimes, identify themselves with. This can happen from a distance, or in a close relationship. Victims in real relationships are usually enablers or codependent, and have the responsibility to themselves to…
The Defining characteristic of the narcissist is grandiosity. The narcissist is more likely to be attention seeking, envious and to desire admiration. The defining characteristic of the sociopath/psychopath is callousness. The sociopath/psychopath is more likely to engage in illegal activity, to be aggressive, impulsive and deceitful.
How can i Replace the word is in the sentence He is what happens when the individual makes himself more important than the society he lives in?
He is a sociopath; has a sociopathic personality disorder. You might want to look at the word, "psychopath" as well, to juxatapose the two in a discussion. When the individual makes himself more important than the society he lives in, he happens. New sentence: A sociopath is created when an individual makes oneself more important than the society in which he or she lives.
Numerous websites on the Internet will tell you that research using brain scanning technology has recently revealed that the brain of a psychopath functions and processes information differently. Are you involved with a psychopath (extreme sociopath)? You may not know because they can be very charming and friendly and can appear to be altruistic, until you get close and inevitably they do something threatening or immoral and then you must set limits that disappoint them…
That depends, you can become an psychopath if you have within a short time killed allot of people and afterwards seen no regret in it, this is "common" in military district, but what you can do is developing an structure which will might even have better goods than an psychopath i.e. instead of having the tools as an psychopath and make nothing good about it, you can use it instead for situations such as in…