The Psychopath Exposed: Understanding and Dealing with an Emotional Predator is not just another book about psychopaths/sociopaths; it saves you time! You can listen to it in about one hour and get all the information you need to understand and deal with a psychopath or sociopath.
Yes it also teaches you how to deal with a psychopath/sociopath! Dealing with psychopaths will naturally cause controversy, with some claiming that it's dangerous, or impossible. I never liked the word "impossible". While I designed the methods in my book to be as safe as possible, dealing with a psychopath/sociopath is always potentially risky, regardless of whether you do nothing or something. But I don't underestimate the intelligence of you, the listener, so I list all my methods, whether some consider them "dangerous" or not. Naturally it is up to you to decide which method you should use.
Yes I also write about the usual: how to understand a psychopath/sociopath
What is the typical psychopath behavior?
Are all psychopaths the same?
Do psychopaths have any "normal" feelings and needs?
Do psychopaths have any "normal" relations with other people?
Why does a psychopath care so little about other people and their feelings?
Why and how does a psychopath manipulate you?
Why and how does a psychopath enter a "romantic relationship"?
Is psychopathy curable?
Are psychopaths evil?
How do you deal with a psychopath?
How do you discontinue a relationship with a psychopath?
Who is this book for? This book was created first and foremost for regular people and will, in a quick and easy way, explain all you need to know about psychopaths for practical purposes. It will teach you what a psychopath is and how they "think", with practical tips on what you can do to prevent being emotionally and psychologically compromised.
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Brochure or book? Hard to tell.
I love the subject of Psychopaths. This book didn't do it for it for me. Here is why:1. The author did not seem knowledgeable. He sounded "fake" (as though he said, "Hey, I think I'll write a book about Psychopaths" and then took notes from other books and discussed them.2. The reader. Bad pronunciations, bad timing and no sense of "ownership" (It sounded as though he were reading.). 3. I kept waiting for the book to begin. Finally, when the Epilog came along, I thought, "Oh, it's a brochure to make the audience believe the author knows something about psychopathy" He is neither knowledgeable, like Robert Hare, nor entertaining like Jon Ronson. To make it a four or five star? Nope. Not this book. If the reader had been acceptable, it might have gotten 3 stars.
The Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain
Word pronunciation, timing and sense of "ownership" He was reading...really reading. It just sounded strange.
Audible has an tremendous assortment of books on psychopaths. I have enjoyed them all very much (up to this one). Robert Hare is the master of the subject while Jon Ronson is by far the most entertaining.