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  1. Dr-David-Banner

    Psychopathy and Asperger

    Not many people are aware Asperger extensively dealt with psychopathy, which I will now explain. It is a highly complex state of mind I often think is best explained by someone with the condition. Psychopathy is tied in with apparent low emotional responsiveness. Emotional response or ability to share emotions of others is very offset. My belief is the emotions do exist but don't trigger in synch with responses of others. Sometimes the emotions don't seem to work because the mind is more inwardly focused. It was noticed babies who soon developed autism didn't react to external stimulae or cling to their mother. The reason psychopathy has such a bad name is pretty much everyone fears those of us who lack emotional empathy. All normal people will register concern or sorrow when someone else has had bad news or whatever. With psychopathy you often don't react emotionally at all. You tend to try and solve the problem. Likewise you don't tend to feel a part of anything or included in either family or surroundings. Likewise, difficulty recognising faces is part of psychopathy because people are remote from your own inner universe. My estimation is that those of us who have deep psychopathy aren't generally accepted by normal people. I now understand why that is because humans evolved to share their feelings and form deep bonds. In crisis situations they huddle together to survive.
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