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By Andrea on 11-07-15
Inaccurate but mildly entertaining
This person needs to do more research and data study on this very serious topic. Sociopaths are NOT reformable. In fact when you try, you are simply giving them new tools to use on other victims. There was an extensive study done on this on the 60's. This is a very real problem, but there are other books that are more helpful and accurate.
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By KT on 12-25-17
the author doesn't know anything about the subject
the author doesn't know anything about the subject, it is worthless, there are too many good books on the subject by credible authors so don.t waste your time on this one, just look at the author's other titles to realize how bogus she is.
By Jonathan B Callejas on 12-05-17
Spot on. Amazing info. Thank you.
I have personally dealt with several sociopaths. Sometimes several at once. This book is a great way to start understanding and fighting back. I'll consider this book the basics of sociopaths. I loved all of it. It equipped me to better fight against Sociopaths. Thank you.
By Matthew Fuller on 01-25-16
What would have made The Mind of a Sociopath better?
I got this because I thought that it dealt with antisocial personality disorder. It really just looks like someone watched a lot of crime shows and then wrote a book about it . Terrible
Would you ever listen to anything by Michele Gilbert again?
What about Gary Roelofs’s performance did you like?
He was great but slow
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?