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Wer ist der Teufel? Ist es Ihr Ex-Mann, der Sie belogen und betrogen hat? Ihr sadistischer Lehrer? Ihr Chef? Ihre Kollegin? Soziopathen empfinden weder Scham, Schuld noch Reue. Wie erkennen wir Soziopathen? Um uns gegen sie zu wappnen, lehrt Dr. The best book on sociopaths i've read so far, and I have read quite a few by now. I initially passed over this one because i thought the cover and title seemed shallow and not serious enough.
This was a mistake, it should have been my first choice. This book deals with all kinds of situations. For more on sociopaths in the workplace i would recommend "Snakes in Suits". This book takes a wide perspective on conscience, what it is, what it's good for and why some people don't have it. It deals with several situations where you can meet a psychopath. I had a similar experience to one of the cases that were described in the book.
Reading about it was very validating. It also contains some advice for targets. Very interesting read. After reading The Sociopath Next Door it just confirmed to me what I already knew about one of my brothers, that he is a sociopath without a conscience.
From childhood he was a pathological liar, he lied for no reason whatsoever. He was always a crowd pleaser, people warmed to him and he is very manipulative. The good thing is, most of the advice this book offered regarding how to deal with sociopaths I already apply to my brother. I make sure and have limited contact with him and keep him a safe distance away from my family and I. This book also offered some helpful tips for identifying sociopaths which should come in handy because I do believe there are a few at the bank I am working at.
This book is well-written, in simple language that anyone can understand. Unlike many books written by psychologists. Martha Stout uses stories from her own psychology practice and experiences to illustrate the various ways a sociopath operates within the world. I found the information extremely interesting.
Stout gives us great insight into human nature. Sociopaths are pretty common percent of our population, which translates to 1 in 25 people. Personally, I think this number is higher on the net simply cause it's easier to hide behind words and convince people you're for real than it is in person.
Sociopaths don't have a conscience. So rule 1: you simply cannot hurt their feelings--no matter what they try to make you believe, they don't have any. Sure they can cry--they're very good at parroting emotions. Many of them are charming, making them difficult to identify. The author, when asked by patients who not to trust, replies that if someone goes for the pity play, that's a big ol' red flag. Sociopaths play on our sympathy, our conscience, our unwillingness to hurt someone else, all the time thinking we're fools because we can feel.
It's a game to them. So you see someone constantly crying "pity me! And remember Rule 2: they can't be fixed--they think the rest of us are the broken ones. Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason. Due to high volume, we can't respond to individual comments. Your feedback helps us make Walmart shopping better for millions of customers.
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We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. In Der Soziopath von nebenan werden keine bestimmten Personen beschrieben. Eine der Grundvoraussetzungen der Psychotherapie ist Vertraulichkeit. Specifications Publisher Springer Vienna. Customer Reviews. Average Rating: 3. See all reviews Write a review.
Most helpful positive review. Average Rating: 5. See more. Most helpful negative review. Average Rating: 1. This was a huge disappointment. It's not very informative and is mostly a vehicle for Dr.
Stout's personal views on everything from sociopaths being undeserving of pity to the endorsement of Richard Dawkins and his theories. The "case studies" are vague at best and there is very little depth to most of her opinions on them. The writer's voice comes through as subtly patronizing.
Overall, a waste of time. Frequent mentions. Written by a customer while visiting librarything. Average Rating: 4.
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