Narcissist, Psychopath, or Sociopath: How to Spot the Differences


[percussive electronic music riff] (Kyle)
What is the difference between a sociopath, a psychopath and a narcissist? Here to answer this intense question is doctor Ramani. Help us out here. (Dr. Ramani)
Well, it’s, you know, again, there’s a lot of overlap, but the fact is a lot of people are
using these terms interchangeably. (Kyle)
And should they be? No, they shouldn’t, they’re different things. Okay. One rule of thumb to remember right off the bat: Every psychopath is narcissistic, but not every narcissist is psychopathic. Makes sense? There’s your key difference. A narcissist is somebody who lacks empathy, is grandiose, is entitled, is constantly
seeking validation, is arrogant. It’s a disorder of self-esteem and they have trouble regulating their self-esteem. But when a narcissist does a bad thing,
they feel a fair amount of guilt and shame. More shame than guilt, frankly, because they’re concerned about how other people view them. Shame is a public emotion. So they don’t like being viewed negatively
in the public eye or by other people– that’s where the shame comes from. But they’ll feel a little bad,
like if they cheat on their wife, “uuuh, I probably shouldn’t have done that.” (Kyle)
Yeah. A psychopath’s a different animal. They’re all of those things except: no guilt/no shame. They don’t feel remorse when they
do something bad. (Kyle)
[whispered]
Wow. So they’re, they’re great serial killers, (Kyle)
Oh! hired assassins. People who are gonna go in and literally sort of
gut a business. These are your guys. They’re like I don’t, I don’t care who gets hurt.
They’d say that and they’d mean it. Okay, where narcissist is like,
“I hope no one gets hurt.” Okay? The difference between the psychopath and the sociopath is the one where most people get confused because the sociopath is a lot like the psychopath —
they do bad things and they don’t care. Okay? Here’s the key difference:
a psychopath is born and a sociopath is made. (Kyle)
[expresses understanding]
Mmmm Okay, that’s the key. So a psychopath in fact, we know in the research on psychopathy– which has also been called Antisocial Personality Disorder in our diagnostic manual– these are people who are actually believed to have slightly different autonomic nervous systems. Our autonomic nervous system is actually that
part that holds our sympathetic nervous system, which is our fight-or-flight system. So when our autonomic nervous system,
for a normal person, gets charged up, which it would if we broke a rule,
if we did something embarrassing or rude, if we ran through a red light–
our heart starts racing, (Kyle)
Uh hmmm we sweat, our pupils get wide, we look around because we’re
afraid of the consequence. A psychopath doesn’t have that same kind of arousal. That’s why they’re able to lie on lie-detector tests.
That’s how they get away with it. They don’t have that same kind of arousal. So where you or I may go on a roller coaster,
feel that sense of excitement, we need to get that arousal in a good way.
We don’t like feeling it when we do something wrong. They don’t feel it. (Kyle)
So do they get stressed? No, not in the same way. (Kyle)
So if they’re driving, (Dr. Ramani)
Mm-hmm because if I’m driving and I see
police sirens coming behind me. I mean it is a full-on, “Oh my gosh,
I can’t believe I’m gonna get pulled over.” (Dr. Ramani)
Oh, yeah, you’re not a psychopath. But a psychopath would see that and go,
“Oh, I’m gonna get pulled over.” Well, this could be, they could have a dead body in the trunk and they wouldn’t, they wouldn’t show that. And so they pull over, they get the ticket
and they don’t…care? No, they don’t care. (Kyle)
And they pay the ticket? And believe it or not they’ll even probably get an attorney to get him off or say yeah, you know my understanding of your state laws is you can’t really be doing this and they’ll be cool as can be. And this is, this is a
difference in their… makeup? They’re actually, how their nervous systems
are wired and their brains are. There’s actually been interesting
research done with PET scans where you can see brain function
and what they’ve shown… (Kyle)
Just a clarification, not “pet” like
dogs and cats, P. E. T. scans. No, that’s positron emission tomography, scans of the brain, which show brain functioning, if you will, and what they see is that the,
the section of the brain that serves empathy, that doesn’t naturally light up in them. And you can actually teach them to be empathic
for a minute but it doesn’t last. A lot of psychopaths who commit violent crimes
end up in jail and the ones who commit more like white-collar crimes, I guess they end up as
multi-billionaires because they’re willing to do really, really rough stuff in their business and get through, like, a cartel leader or something like that, call for the killings of other people. Now, their interesting counterpart
are the sociopaths. Psychopaths are born. They tend. . . their belief is that they may very well have. . . this might be genetic. In fact psychopaths often have fathers
who have lots of antisocial tendencies. Now how much of it is learned,
how much of it is genetic it’s a little bit harder to suss out. But we do see that there is that difference in your true psychopath. They also tend to be, have really glib, shallow charm, they tend to be really intelligent. That’s why they get away with stuff.
If they were really. . . (Kyle)
So they’ve learned behavior to assimilate into society. But there’s…it’s all a façade. (Dr. Ramani)
Oh, yeah It’s all a façade, they’re SO charming. (Kyle)
So if they’re born this way would a three-year-old, then, not get
stressed out if it got scared? (Dr. Ramani)
Might not (Kyle)
That’s incredible. So what we see when we diagnose Antisocial Personality Disorder, which is sort of our diagnostic equivalent to being a psychopath. In order to get that diagnosis you have to have shown a pattern
prior to the age of 15 of things like: truancy, violence towards other kids,
stealing, skipping school, (Kyle)
And not felt bad about it torturing animals, setting fires.
They just do it. They don’t care and that before the age of 15. So it’s a long-standing pattern That’s what makes us call them a psychopath or having antisocial personality. Now, this is different than sociopathy. (Kyle)
Yes, okay. Sociopathy, they look a lot like the psychopath.
The difference is they were made. So this…some examples here…the kid who grows up in a really, really, really, really rough neighborhood and learns criminality to get by
or learns to be a bully or like you know gets involved with sort of like
the wrong kids and uses a lot of muscle because that’s survivalism, but they…it’s not necessarily always
comfortable for them. They just learn it. It’s the person who grows up with a father
who teaches them the business and teaches them how to break the rules. (Kyle)
They, but they, they don’t, they, would they feel, would they start sweating and have their heart race if they got pulled over? They might. They may not feel so good about…
they’ll be a little bit more uncomfortable with it but in time they’ll learn it and that, that….
What it’s almost like, they, they get trained in not being as aroused by it. Listen, if you broke enough rules,
if you lived under certain conditions of lawlessness long enough,
you’d adjust to that “new world order”, if you will. (Kyle)
Um hmm, um hmm. That’s what the sociopath does and so they’re the person who someone who said, “He was actually a great kid until he got to high school and then it seems like he got in with the wrong kids.” That feels more like the sociopath. (Kyle)
[whispered]
Wow. (Dr. Ramani)
Okay, that’s almost like a training
that might happen from within the family, within their community,
within even the job they get. Some cases even, within
some form of military training. Have you had sociopaths and psychopaths as clients? Not really, no. They don’t tend to come in for therapy. They don’t see any benefit to it. The only time you would tend to see
psychopaths or sociopaths come into therapy with any consistency
is if they were court-ordered. So… I thought you were gonna say couples therapy. No God no, no.
No, it’s because they’re court-ordered so the judge will make that a
condition-of-release kind of thing or they’re within prisons and jails
and getting some treatment in there. This is so incredibly fascinating to me. If a psychopath goes to jail he isn’t upset about going to jail? Um, in some ways it becomes
a cost of doing business. You know, but it’s also–they, no.
They’re not happy about it. There was…. Psychopaths, and to some degree sociopaths,
don’t think about consequences. That’s why they pull really penny-ante silly crimes
like holding up a liquor store. Basically, “I need a hundred fifty bucks. Here’s a liquor store. It’s open. Let’s go get the money” kind of thing. So it’s like they act first and think later. So they often don’t plan in terms of consequences. That’s why they have a tendency to lie, cheat, steal and they tend to have very inconsistent work histories– because they, they’re not able to hold a job. (Kyle)
Yeah, of course. They use aliases…. It’s definitely like,
it’s more of a griftery kind of a space. So, we’ve talked in previous videos about
how to cope while dating a narcissist. If you find yourself dating
a sociopath or a psychopath is there any coping or you just got to get out? You’re in trouble. It could be actually be a very dangerous relationship. (Kyle)
Sounds like it. Yeah, in fact you know,
even with the narcissistic piece, um, I do, I’ve done research and work in the
area of domestic violence, or what’s also called intimate partner violence, most people who perpetrate domestic violence are either narcissistic or psychopathic
and so, so there’s a danger there. In other words, they will dispose of you
if you get in their way. I want to share a story with you to get your feedback. This was told to me by a friend and she said in college she dated a guy for a year but the guy started to get just a little weird and they broke up. For the next year he courted her and did everything she wished he had done the first year – showed up on time, brought her gifts, blah blah blah. They started dating again. He was perfect for a year. He…they went to Thanksgiving at her family’s house, he was perfect to her parents,
just became the perfect man for her because he knew what she wanted.
And after a year, on their one-year anniversary he broke up with her and said, “I’ve been playing you this whole time because I wanted to crush your heart. (Dr. Ramani)
Yep. I, I am not actually behaving this way.”
Or, “This isn’t real, I’ve been faking it for a year
just so I can crush you.” Would that be a psych…. That’s more psychopathic, you know or sociopathic is more likely, you know, um. But if they have no empathy then– why would they want to hurt somebody? Because, because, empathy, empathy is not,
empathy is a positive emotion. Okay, wanting to hurt someone
is a very antagonistic emotion. Wanting to hurt someone at some level might even give them a little pleasure– power for sure. It’s, it’s interesting to me that
someone can not be empathetic but then want to hurt somebody because to me you would have to have the empathy in order to even know
what it’s like to hurt somebody. (Dr. Ramani)
No, there’s a difference between
empathy and understanding: (Kyle)
Oh, that makes sense. (Dr. Ramani)
It’s like that’s why psychopaths make great salesmen, because they understand the person, they can read a person and immediately say I got his vulnerability. I’m gonna make him buy a car. (Kyle)
[whispered]
Got it Psychopaths are great salesmen. Salesman for cars, timeshares, all that, all of that stuff where they’re upselling and almost
taking advantage of someone sometimes, making them take on more money and cost of something than they really should. But no, no, no, it’s that he was
able to be superficially charming Psychopaths and sociopaths and narcissists
make great chameleons. They’re definitely able to change the situation to get what they want and psychopaths in particular and sociopaths are, they, they view the world as an instrument to fulfill their desires. (Kyle)
Mmm That’s really what they’re about,
which is what… it’s awful because they’re going to often discard a partner when they don’t have much use for them or expect them to have a very specific role, so, they may have married her and she may have had their kids, now, she’s gonna have to put up with their affairs because they want something else and too bad if you don’t like it, this is the new world order and I will destroy you in court. It’s that kind of thing. That is insane. (Dr. Ramani)
Yeah, it’s chilling. I want to leave it right there. I have learned more about sociopaths and psychopaths than I ever thought possible. Make sure you check out as well our discussion
about narcissism with Dr. Ramani Thanks again for being here. For more information on all things mental health,
make sure you go to medcircle.com There you can curate your own list of your preferred mental health topics. It will be delivered to you exactly when you need it. I’m Kyle Kittleson. Thanks for watching. [percussive electronic music riff]

100 Replies to “Narcissist, Psychopath, or Sociopath: How to Spot the Differences”

  1. Do you know any narcissists, psychopaths, or sociopaths?

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  2. Why camera is every couple of seconds recording action of interviewer and his reactions !! ??? Theme is very clear…and interviewr is NOT the theme

  3. Best to just listen…with your eyes closed. The visual is waaay too distracting and annoying…. get rid of the interviewer!

  4. My baby sister is a clinical psychopath. She's been this way her whole life. She's already tried to kill 3 times, sexually molested her 3 yr old cousin (whom she tried to kill when the 3yr old told on her), then she accused her stepdad of sexually abusing her bc he wouldn't respond to her advances. There's so much more. She's so beautiful and charming that EVERYONE believes her! I want to get her help but I'm so afraid of the lies she'll tell about our family. If a doctor believes her (everyone does), we could end up in jail for her amusement! She's 15 now. I'm so afraid of what's to come.

  5. The fact you have to tell people a scan is not for pets shows we are degrading as a society. I wrote this using grammarly. I know grammarly is not a word.

  6. In 2019 you will be called a narc just for acting like you love yourself…… Confident behavior is viewed as cocky or narc….

  7. I mean I know I’m one but the world is your canvas tf I’m only here for a short time why tf not do what “i” want

  8. it pains me to ask but no one might answer is Ayanokouji Kiyotaka from Classroom of the elite a sociopath? if not what is he? i am embarressed to ask this in a video like this

  9. She's wrong that they don't go to therapy voluntarily. I know some who have. The reality is that no therapist can diagnose them without the help of a third party. Therapists "treat" them, they just never discover what they're actually dealing with or actually help them beyond validating them and helping them learn to lie and manipulate more effectively.

  10. I have felt my husband well soon to be ex after 17yrs of hell in marriage is a narcissit but now im pretty sure add physco to that also

  11. Kyle I’m sorry but you look like a total dumbass on camera, specifically because you keep fidgeting around. This is not to say one should remain a statue throughout, but you should appear attentive but not so overly-deliberate that it seems fake.

  12. This interviewer is a complete clown. Dude don’t be so dramatic, let’s just hear the medicine and not how you respond to it because it appears you yourself may have a mental problem

  13. Yes we get stressed lol but she is right it's not the same. for me it's just a minor inconvenience that I am getting pulled over it's aggravating because I am getting slowed down and you are disrupting my progress or schedule .just don't arouse my anger then it's a whole different animal.

  14. My daddy is a psychopath i m 25 now and always wonder whats worng wid my daddy but now i know my answer he is making my mother's life hell my life my sister's life hell

  15. My grandmother is a narcissist. She tortured my mom all her life, so my mom married a psychopath. Now I have PTSD. Yaaay!

  16. Every serial killer starts with animals but not every animal abuser becomes a serial killer HOWEVER they do have serious psychiatric disorders and pose a danger to others.

  17. I feel no one deserves to be in a relationship with narcissist they are terrible people that feel entitled thank God for my friend who referred me to an hacker and i was able to hack my narcissist partner's phone and see all the proofs i needed for a divorce and even terrible things they had planned contact Mike to help he is a genius, you can text/call +1 (415) 323-6758 or reach him on WhatsApp +1 (724) 330-3252 and also write to geniustracker701(via)GMAIL

  18. Dude, you act like a psychopath. The overdramatize acting appears fake and your attempt to understand also comes across as fake with very little empathy

  19. The number one rule about interviewing someone is not interrupting. Fail by the interviewer. Explanations were great on the other hand.

  20. as a Person with more experience with cluster B than I would have liked,this woman has a really great understanding and compassion and ability to make analogies that can be understood by Normals and Divergent alike.Not a thousand percent true,but she is definitely the best,and a leader in this field.

  21. Have to echo what others have said, though i mainly blame the editor. The interviewers reactions are stupid. Keep the camera on the expert. I don't need to see no dumb facial expressions of someone who clearly can't keep up with what the interviewee is saying.

  22. Psychopaths project what they are themselves onto others. If they are sneaky and sly and invade people's privacy behind their backs and take things out of context in a sneaky and sly way BEHIND THEIR BACKS to incite vulnerable people to lie about strangers they have never even met, they will call the victims of their crime sneaky and sly because psychopaths project their own sociopathic traits onto others. It's called projection and scapegoating. Also, they often tell lies and lie about people they have never met out of spite and jealousy.

  23. Sociopaths can also feel very limited empathy as well but a psychopath can’t feel any empathy and you’ve got it wrong when it comes to planning

  24. I’m surprised she didn’t mention our eyes…you can spot an antisocial in a heartbeat if you know what to look for

  25. Not bad.
    I would argue that sociopaths are more likely to break laws than psychopaths and narcissists, because one of the qualifiers of being a sociopath is law breaking, whereas psychopaths and narcissists do not require lawlessness as a qualifier.
    Also, sociopaths are more psychotic and emotionally unstable than psychopaths and narcissists.
    Aside from that, I am pleased that the Doctor correctly stated that psychopaths are born, while sociopaths are created, as a major distinction (so many people get that one wrong).
    Rock On! ; – )

  26. I think the interviewer should show some engagement with the interviewee. However, as a video editor, those interviewer’s reactions should be cut out because the audience really don’t care how the interviewer felt about the topic. Unless, the interviewer himself did the video editing here, which could suggest some narcissistic characters.

  27. Right this woman that is my aunt's friend I think she a narcissist I could be wrong is like that she old enough to be my mother and she acts real entitled like everybody should like her she always took odd notice to me for some reason I never really liked her I just didn't want to hurt feelings until I found out she was she was she would always try to compete with me all the time like all the time she would compare herself to me she would says things like I wish I had your body or your big butt or your waist she would try to do everything I did or try to take it if she couldn't measure up or one up on me or whatever she would try to dress like me copy hairstyles like me if I wanted something or did something trust me she either tryed to do it or she would try to take it she would say she did the same thing she would get really upset if ppl payed attention to me and not her in particular with men was the main thing like if ppl would call me pretty or liked me and not her she would get really mad and real nasty for no apparent reason she would flirt with my boyfriend and try to mess with him she even harasses me now even in the beginning she would try to harrasses me come to my house and tell lies to my family or ask could she talk to me after she lied and knew I didn't want anything to do with her and she would still come to my house I thought she was just plain crazy and physocapathic when I told her I think it's best if we went our separate ways and she wouldn't take NO for answer I'm like bishh you crazy for real she would follow me if she saw me outside remember she was my aunt's friend so before my family new how serious it was she would follow me around the house if I was down the stairs she would come down the stairs and just look me in my face she tried to make me talk to her she would tell lies to my family about me when it really was her then got mad at me again I'm like lady just leave me the fuck alone please and she even try to get someone to hurt me so my mother had to stop letting her come to our house cause no matter what she wouldn't leave me alone she just wouldn't leave me the fuck alone Im like dam why it gotta be me it was like she was a real single white female

  28. This chick is too entrenched to understand.. hmm.. too book smart,.. not enough actual experience learning to crawl inside peoples heads..
    the last example she was asked about.. the guys chick friend dating the weirdo:
    he was most likely had both narcissistic and sociopath tendencies.. but psychopathic? lol.. go back to impulsive behavior.. psychopath would have not planned that so well, not had the interest.. waste of time.. The guy mentioned, has an ego.. wanted revenge for being rejected. so much so, to plan, endure, and execute a lengthy courtship.
    This subject would better be explored with a few successful FBI profilers.

  29. If a cop would pull me over I honestly wouldn't care either, so what does that make me? Also, money means literally nothing to me, I have no drive to make money just to have money for itself. And I honestly don't get why so many people are so money driven. So, like, a cop pulls me over, great, whoopie do, what do I care? Is my life or health in danger in a way that being nervous would help that? No! If anything, being nervous is unhealthy, so why should I feel it? Who fucking cares? I have to pay money? "Great, whatever you say officer, but can you just tell me what I did wrong?" Whatever I have to do I have to do, okay, I am indeed responsible for my actions, and I will suffer the consequences. Also, I've never worried or even cared about tests, even as a young kid. A test would come up, and everyone would get nervous and cram and stuff, and I literally wouldn't feel a thing. Some tests I did well on, and some I did horrible on, but I honestly couldn't have cared less. Is that enough, or should I try to think of some more examples where I don't feel what most people seem to feel? Oh yeah, I don't feel regret, probably should have mentioned that first actually. But I'm not stupid. I have common sense, and I am indeed human, and I don't want to do bad things, and I certainly don't ever want to hurt anyone, but not because I care about my ego or like for some reason I want to be looked as "good" or something for my dumb ego which I don't even seem to have much of, rather it's simply because I honestly want everyone in the world to live a happy and healthy life, and not suffer at all. I don't want anyone to BE in pain, therefore I don't want to hurt anyone. You see, it has nothing to do with me personally, because I don't feel my ego either, as I said. Also, in a certain way, I don't have a "self", because I usually like to have an outlook of looking at myself as just another human, from a curious observational point of view, and I don't live under myself, or under the weight of my life, as most other people seem to be (and they are usually miserable from what I gather), but instead I live kind of on the outside of myself, as kind of this curious outsider who wants to know more about this body and brain that I'm inhabiting. Anyways, as I said above, I don't feel regret, and I really just don't see why a mere lacking of regret should be causing murder or such horrible crap like that. I also don't feel embarrassment if/when I do something embarrassing. I even shaved my head once just to see what I'd look like when I go bald (as I am a guy starting to lose some hair in the center of my head and in my forehead corners, as happens to many men apparently), but I felt no embarrassment walking around like that, and I'd do it again for all I fucking care. It's not how I personally identify myself, as I mostly would identify myself more as a genderless clean shaven cute person, with a full head of hair (which I still have most of at this point). Maybe I'd even identify as more of a child in many ways, come to think of it. But why does it matter how I identify? Why do I have to be so selfish, to even care about what I personally like or dislike? I don't have to care about what I care about, if you get what I mean. I eat foods, regardless of their taste, so long as they are healthy. I even made myself start liking liver, which I literally used to have a hard time even swallowing. It took me some time, but I finally managed to make myself like it, as I do now. I personally like to be clean shaven, but it's just too much to do that all the time, so I can have a cool beard and simply consider it acting, nothing wrong with that, right? I mean, technically it is more "me" than being clean shaven, because by nature the beard would just be there until we invented a way to shave it off. So technically it is the real me, more than how I'd like to be (i.e. clean shaven), but so what? I don't have to like it. And I don't have to care about the fact that I don't like it. As long as I'm aware of what I like and dislike, and as long as I'm aware of how I feel (if I ever do feel something), that's really all that matters, right? And if one day I get a feeling and it is bothering me too much, then I can always talk it out with someone, or tell someone that I'm in pain or whatever, and then I won't be alone in my feelings. So I'm really not worried, unless all humans just drop dead, and there's literally no one to talk to.
    Anyways, getting back to embarrassment, or the lack thereof, I can indeed "hesitate" to do something embarrassing if I feel that it's an embarrassing thing to do. But if I do it in the end I literally don't feel anything. I totally have "hesitated" to do many things throughout my life, but it was never a "feeling" thing, it was just the pure act of hesitation due to my thought process, my calculations, and mainly my uncertainty about the thing that I was hesitant about. But it's not a "feeling" for me! Like I said, if I did do something "embarrassing", I wouldn't get a feeling of blushing or anything. Maybe as a kid I may have felt such feelings, but I can't remember specifically.
    Also, I don't hate anyone. I just can't feel any hatred, and I really don't know why I even should. And trust me, I have been bullied before, but I never hated or wished anything bad onto those who behaved that way to me. It was part of my journey, and that's it. Did my feelings get hurt? Sure! But I kind of overdid the appearance of depression during that time, come to think of it. It's just kind of cringy to think how I was choosing to take everything so personal as I did, just because they said not nice things and stuff. There are people who really actually suffer from depression and it's no joke, but my case was certainly nothing like that at all. This was back in 9th grade, in case you were wondering.
    But anyways, I definitely do experience certain feelings, like love, for example, which to me is the most beautiful and meaningful thing in the entire world, and I cried a lot after my last relationship, because I missed him so much, cuz he meant the world to me, and I really loved him. Also, I would never even dream of cheating on someone that I love. I would have absolutely no desire to even do such a thing, as my ability to feel sexual attraction feelings for anyone else when I'm in love with someone is literally shut down, because my brain has found its mate, and thus is not looking for anyone sexually, which actually seems like I experience love much better than most people, especially men, from what I hear. Also, I do a lot of empathy experiments in my brain that perhaps most people wouldn't even consciously try to do on their own. I also use empathy for my past and future self in order to correct any future happenings of the same "mistake", only through that empathy and understanding of how I felt then, and the understanding of what led up to it. And I simply don't feel any regret anymore, because I choose not to, believe it or not. The last time I can honestly remember feeling regret, was as kid when our dad would scream to us, and make us feel guilty for things that weren't even our fault since we were only kids doing what kids do. He'd just get stressed out and lose it on us. But it doesn't happen much lately, if at all, so maybe he's changed, or maybe his life is just not as stressful, who knows? But I actually learnt to have empathy for my past and future self in order to correct things that I want to correct, literally only because of the fact that I saw his lack of empathy for himself, and his disassociation with himself, and failing to remember why he even behaved the way that he did, so he'd end up having a whole "first experience" all over again each and every time he'd get into that situation with us. But with empathy, not only is it more effective, and honest, than using regret in correcting mistakes, but it literally inhibits the feeling of regret all together!

  30. Wow! Our fake president is the perfect example of a psychopath. Everything fits – his childhood, his education, his business failures, his con games & lies & pledges of loyalty as president.

  31. Can some one have mix traits of sociopathy and borderline personality disorder ? Or more specifically can they be fully diagnosed with both personality disorders ?

  32. I was married to one for 26yrs and am still recovering from it 7yrs on, but I am still alive and have the respect of my children.

  33. How is this lady getting interviewed? Everyone thinks this is informative. A sociopath would definitely take a year to hurt someone. If a narcissist was made to look bad enough they would absolutely spend a year of their time to hurt their x. But a psychopath would not waste a year of their time unless it was more beneficial than “I wasted a year of my life to hurt you” sociopaths are made but it’s not in the way she explained. The majority of sociopaths are antisocial. You won’t find them mingling with bullies and the “wrong crowd” often. Sociopaths have trouble with empathy unless it has to do with themselves. Often struggling with core beliefs and impulse control. Most just want to be normal and don’t understand why they think the way they do. They almost try to fake it till they make it constantly switching interests and hobbies but always being left feeling empty and alone. Leaving just the bad side for ppl to see eventually. It’s kind of sad

  34. Just found out I'm definitely a full on narcissist. I was always shy and modest though, bullied through every stage of my life.

    The reason I switched was because I didn't feel I received the true recognition for all the hard work I'd put in to being the kind of person I thought society wanted me to be, coupled with the fact that I'm often made to feel weird for the way I think, the things I do and the things I say. I also wouldn't find this much of a problem if people weren't proactively trying to make me conform to their way of thinking too. I suppose that also wouldn't be so much of a problem if they had a grand repertoire of skills and achievements to show for their way of thinking. But they don't! So it feels deeply ironic that for me that, an introverted, creative, thinker type who keeps them selves to them selves is constantly pestered by members of society for advice while receiving a fuck tonne of forced advice in return, almost as if I hadn't thought about what they were suggesting to me when I was nine.

    It's exactly like that. We are slaves to society, to a point of course. So that means I can't escape it. It's hard to become something of yourself in the UK, to become self-employed and independent from society. So many legal hoops to jump through, largely as a result of socialist laws, policies and regulation as well as possibly the most useless education system imaginable. So I feel trapped in a corner, in the neutral position until someone else steps into my domain and actively attempts to manipulate/encourage/persuade me into doing and thinking as they would. This happens on a daily basis, sometimes hourly and it really irritates me because I understand them and what they're suggesting but they don't acknowledge my well reasoned responses as to why I don't do what they do. As if they're not thinking but instead parroting the person before them. So now I'm a lot more cocky and arrogant than I used to and it is a direct result of the experiences I've had talking with most people.

    You guys made me! So you can reap the negatives of my narcissism, since you don't mind reaping the positives of my hard labour!

    I'm not hurting anyone, I'm just opening loving myself and telling the world! Shouldn't even really be anywhere near sociopathic/psychopathic behaviour. If so, completely different ends of the spectrum. I don't get off from watching people suffer and I couldn't lie and yes I do feel guilty for the bad things I do. More so than anyone I know and I will go way beyond the call of duty for good kind people, who don't climb the social ladder and alienate people for 5 minutes of fame.

  35. Why not just do a series on "New" World Order? (This is the old world. Ancient Luciferianism repackaged for modern times.)

  36. I know there are people with diagnostic psychological problems… However, I get so tired of the medical community giving a diagnosis for every single thing people do wrong! Sometimes it is just EVIL! There is good and evil in this world. Giving evil people a diagnosis permits them to think their evil acts are not their fault,t! And then some governments let them out of prison after horrendous crimes thinking they are sucked! They always offend again:

  37. I have a hypothetical question:

    If a known murderer (who are obviously psycho and sociopaths) threatens to murder a person and said person calls the murderers bluff, is that person also a psychopath or sociopath?

  38. This is why we had a guy in the UK called Ian Stewart who killed his fiancée, threw her in a cesspit, reported her as missing then went on holiday.

  39. this lady is a idiot because dna proved almost everybody in the world has ADHD. EVERYTHING SHE DESCRIBED FITS WITH ADHD. SHES RETARDED LOOK AT HER EYES LMAO ALL THAT SCHOOLING FOR NOTHING

  40. No new information here. Misinformation, actually. And the guy over reacting…it's just weird. In summation; this video is pretty stupid.

  41. It always worries me listening to things like this…I was abandoned at the age of 3 I spent time in 3 different foster homes ,before I ended up with long term careers,the first two schools I attended I was kick out from
    Apparently I was a monster (bit harsh at 4 years of age wouldn’t you say ?)
    I then went on to having very little trust to the people around me
    Struggling to make friends,so missed a lot of school,steal,light fire 🔥 & things I wouldn’t say on here
    I then I later life found it hard to keep jobs & family relationships I tuned to alcohol & drugs …..eventually it all caught up with me and ended up in jail
    So my question is how much of the blame is with the individual
    How how much of the blame is with society
    Circumstance has to play some part
    Society needs bad people so they can point there finger & be there’s the bad guy 👌😉

  42. My son told me once when he was about 10 that he was driving with his father. His father ran a red light and when the police pulled him over, he got out of the car and started pointing to the light and said "it is green it's green"!!. At that point my son told me the police officer drew his gun and pointed it at his father's head and his father did not care. 😱

    I freaked because I was worried for my son . I didn't care what happened to the psychopathic dad

  43. The "host" really needs to stop making stupid over-dramatic fake reaction faces. The video is extremely informative. His stupid faces take away credibility from this segment. Quick impression of dummy's face: "Whaaaaaaatttt? Huuuuuhhhhhh? Whaaaaaaaa?" TO THE HOST – KNOCK IT OFF. IT'S DISTRACTING AND LENDS ZERO ADDITIONAL VALUE TO THE VIDEO.

  44. OMG he's still making the fake reaction faces. I'm really starting to hate this guy. I hope he's not participating in other videos.

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