What is a Sociopath?

Define: Sociopath – What is a Psychopath?


a.k.a. Anti-Social Personality Disorder or Psychopath

If you are under libelous attack by a person who has deceived and defrauded you, there is a possibility that the person is a sociopath. Sociopaths have no heart, no conscience and no remorse. They will lie, cheat and steal from you and then tell everyone that it is all your fault.

It is impossible for healthy people to imagine how a sociopath thinks. Try for a moment to imagine having no conscience. The best way to sum it up is “You are not a person to a sociopath”. The shortest route between a sociopath and his or her agenda is a straight line, regardless of who or what stands in the way. A personality disorder is not an illness per se; it is simply a disorder. Many mental health professionals will tell you that apart from a miracle of God, they cannot be treated or cured; they are programmed for life.

“Since their information — including emotional information — is scattered all over both brain hemispheres, it takes too long for the brain to retrieve and process information, and the entire process of socialization becomes so ponderous that ultimately it fails.
(From the book “Without Conscience” by Robert Hare, PhD.)

So how many are there? Depending on which expert’s estimates you use, psychopaths/sociopaths comprise one percent to four percent of the world’s population. And many people think these estimates are low.

Why is it so critical for you to know about sociopaths? Because millions of sociopaths also called psychopaths, are living among us. Yes, many of them are criminals, locked up in jail. But far more are on the street, hurting people without openly breaking laws, operating in the grey areas between legal and illegal, or simply eluding the authorities. They can appear to be normal, but they pose a tremendous threat to us all.

To learn more about sociopaths, Rexxfield recommends that you visit www.Lovefraud.com. This website is dedicated to informing the public about sociopaths, particularly with respect to personal and romantic relationships but the warning signs apply to all aspects of our lives.

See also: Narcissism

Also see: “Scientist who found he’d the brain of a psychopath… and what it taught him about human nature