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    OK few questions for intelligent amateurs or psychologists, sociologists etc,as I'm interested and can't get great web info on it.
    What is the link between sociopaths and killers, are sociopaths less impulsive(considering that I'm talkin about the type of devious sociopath in authoritarian careers such as politics, spying, police etc) What do sociopaths tend to be like in personal life, as in
    -happy or unhappy?
    -do they have a propensity for having many kids or are they more likely than other people to be childless(sociopaths and killers/psychos alike)?
    -are the women more likely to be aggressive, career driven and childless(all of these or some)?
    -do they never want to change if it benefits them
    -do they perceive themselves positively and egotistically
    -do they self reflect and change ever, with guilt?
    --are the biggest sociopaths ones who don't or do see themselves as evil, given that many of their actions seem to be choice rather than an incurable condition?
    It seems unimaginable they could have self-disgust and see their actions as unavoidable, but do they, and do they feel inadequate?
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    I thought we were all sociopaths to a degree??!
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    Anyone else?
 
 
 
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