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#71 - linxindao (07/29/2016) [-]
First of all, I hate the OP for saying 'psychopaths' when the truth is probably closer to 'sociopaths'. Psychopaths are more likely to hurt others while sociopaths are more likely to hide from society.
You have to see it from their point of view. Socioopaths are 'two-faced' because they don't want to be an outcast and so they show sympathy in public because they are required to. They probably find it tiresome (I know I do) and I personally try to avoid people that run into a lot of problems in their daily lives because recognizing their own lack of empathy makes them feel uncomfortable. It is also tiring to pretend to care.
How would you feel if you knew you didn't belong but wanted to fit in and be a part of society? Sociopaths may not do empathy so well but they do occasionally feel lonely and don't always want to be alone. But then again the internet gives opportunities to interact without dealing with people irl.
#73 - thechosentroll (07/29/2016) [-]
This makes me feel like I may be a sociopath. Quick question, do you have to be born one or can you become a sociopath? Because my dislike for people has formed after years of unpleasant experiences with unpleasant people. I basically just lost my ability to give a fuck.
#81 - linxindao (21 hours ago) [-]
It isn't quite that simple as not giving a fuck. It also isn't common from birth. There can be events to trigger it in childhood, it can also be caused by a brain tumor. Some people become sociopaths with no clear explanation.
Sociopaths have difficulty feeling empathy and can be somewhat self-centered. They look at things in a 'how does it benefit me' kind of way. Even if it seems like it isn't for their benefit, if it will improve their social status or appearance they may do it anyway. They are easily angered or frustrated by emulating empathy and will likely leave as soon as it is convenient. This is why they do not typically do well in relationships (can't duck out after showing basic concerns when they live with you).
Despite that sociopaths don't typically care about the feelings of others (unless it affects their social status), they are quite usually well liked by people they interact with. They don't get passionate about anything that isn't directly rewarding (games are directly rewarding) and will likely side with whichever group that will benefit them best.
Sociopaths are often overly confident (even if they avoid conflict) and quite often can fit into leadership positions. Many people find such confidence attractive and I remember reading that a common reason people fall for sociopaths is the confident look in their eyes and their lack of fear in failure.
Sociopaths are often compulsive shoppers, they will buy something (even in bulk) they don't even need if they feel they might need it and it seems cheap.
Sociopaths will lie to benefit themselves, even if the benefit doesn't make sense to normal people. The lies may be made to make friends that would normally ignore them or to get things or money from people they do know. Quite often they will lie if a lie will resolve a situation quicker than telling the truth. For example, the sociopath is late to work because a series of unfortunate problems held them up, despite that they would've been early if those events never happened, instead of telling their boss the whole story, they'll probably come up with a common excuse that the boss will accept such as a flat tire, road construction, or etc. (primarily, the benefit being saving time and cutting down on useless chit-chat).
Sociopaths love being in disasters because it makes people sympathize for them and more willing to grant them leniency (whether time to relax doing something rewarding such as games or leniency with debts that they are likely to accrue despite having a respectable job).
There's more to it but I'm losing interest.
#82 - linxindao (21 hours ago) [-]
Eh, was reading my response and wanted to clarify something.
In my situation, I'm somewhat of a pacifist, which means I'm good at resolving conflicts peacefully. I also need my job to pay for rewarding things like games so I will spend extra time and my own money becoming as good at my job as physically possible. I'm usually well liked by colleagues and bosses because I'm good at my job and find new ways to be more efficient while getting along with my peers. Despite all this, if it was feasible, I'd stay at home all day playing games on the internet, and I'd usually prefer it to being out in public.
#72 - linxindao (07/29/2016) [-]
Then again, I have to note, that many psychologists and sociologists consider the two terms interchangeable.
Either way, many of us don't desire to harm others despite what shows like Dexter may lead you to believe. I could deal with the blood and all that but I can't honestly see why I would ever seek out that hassle, I also avoid conflict and have some sense of honor and respect for others lives, even if they are complete idiots that cause their own problems.