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For certain it’s nothing close to what’s going on in ours.This vast chasm of difference between “normal” and “sociopath” or “psychopath” is found in the brain.We get caught up in our own emotional reaction to what’s happening between us – because normal people use an unspoken emotional connection to gauge and measure our relationships and feel bonding.We use that unseen “vibe” of social connection to go about our lives, even with strangers – and – even with animals!
Sociopaths and psychopaths do not “feel” any of these normal sensations in a positive way no matter how hard they pretend to and no matter how much we think they do: kindness, guilty, sorry, sweet, reminiscent, obligated, protective, parental, concerned, empathetic, compassionate, joyful, giving, wistful, regretful, magnanimous, benevolent, charitable, in love, responsible, accountable, dependable, fair, understanding, humble, thoughtful, caring, devotional, faithful, loyal – they feel no kinship or fellowship; they have no connection or love. Sociopaths often entertain the crowd, or alternately avoid a crowd. any one will do as a sexual “partner” since there is no love or emotional connection. They can have different sounding voices situation to situation so they almost seem like different people. Some can present as if they are from any economic strata, are in essence genderless, with fluid sexuality, can seem a different age, or culture, or character than they are – they’re shape-shifters. Sociopaths attempt to hide their alcohol use, porn, prostitutes and gambling or drug use. So go ahead and visit our ' Prepare' section to view our latest video tutorials by popular pastors, and relationship experts.In Prepare, you'll also find the official On Day Six ' Blog' which has some of the best content out there when it comes to relationship wisdom for Christians.