|Drinking and sociopathy HERE|
2. you've read the online Cleckley book, Mask of Sanity.
3. you've read one brief literature review about childhood factors--for a great deal more, Read Ken Magid/Carole McKelvey's book, High Risk- Children Without a Conscience.
4. you've looked at some of the basics of recognizing this individual through some behaviors and characteristics.
But we have to take it a little deeper now.
Obviously, if we could all spot these folk easily they would not be able to do so much damage.
Instead, one might imagine
looking out onto a yard or field during a rainstorm; at first the water pours down, hitting each square inch of the ground evenly. If the rain is hard, or lasts a long time, the water may begin to pool up, either because the ground is saturated and can’t take any more—there isn’t anywhere to put it—or because the ground is hard and impenetrable, and the water has no way to be absorbed.
Unplanned, they come into high relief
under a downpour,
channeling off stimulation, changing a bit or a lot under outside influences, such as a tire track or a slow accumulation of leaves, building over time, blocking the way.
They develop "naturally" over time, unconciously, influenced by everything that makes us:
parents, siblings, biology, genetics, environment, community,
part ONE HERE