Psychopath in Your Life
-Podcast Show Notes-
In Episode 002, Dianne delves into the very terms used to define a psychopath and some of the attributes they may exhibit. She shares a story of a psychopath’s co-mingled diagnosis and discusses how a psychopath used the guise of kindness in The Fake Rockefeller. Who do psychopaths choose as victims? Why do some psychopaths pretend to be kind and caring? Tune in as Dianne discusses the complicated nature of defining a psychopath, why they try to blend into the crowd, and how being kind and caring can make you a token victim.
Time Stamped Show Notes:
00:10 – Introduction to Psychopath in Your Life
00:19 – This podcast is dedicated to be exclusively a discussion about psychopaths
00:31 – Psychopaths, sociopaths, and antisocial personality disorders – what’s the best way to identify them?
00:56 – Dianne will define all these terms on her website and how these terms have evolved over the years
01:33 – Even Psychopaths, themselves, disagree with the terms they’ve been called
02:44 – Dianne shares an example of a “co-mingled diagnosis”
04:07 – Psychopaths look like, walk like, and talk like normal people
04:30 – There are many psychopaths who are aware of their condition
05:07 – There are socialized and non-socialized psychopaths
05:47 – Less socialized ones end up in the prison system
06:13 – Dianne started this podcast to provide information
06:27 – One interviewee said something Dianne will never forgot
06:55 – “The world is becoming more like us than you”
07:13 – Certain industries attract more psychopaths than others
07:30 – Victims are kind and caring people
08:01 – The end game for a psychopath is to gain control; so if you’re kind, you tend to be an easier victim
08:20 – “Living life by painting the red flags white”—kind people tend to ignore the red flags
08:38 – Dianne has heard from victims all these years, but she never had an idea about how much detail goes into the planning
09:09 – Psychopaths may have animal abuse in their background, but can also use this stereotype to their advantage by befriending and taking care of an animal
09:52 – At the end of the day, “Psychopaths don’t love anybody, but themselves”
10:04 – See the story of The Fake Rockefeller
10:40 – Part of how the psychopath blended in was by pretending to be a kind person who wanted to adopt a handicapped dog
11:39 – Psychopaths know the triggers and attributes that kind and caring people exhibit as it becomes a part of their persona
12:14 – We RESPECT your privacy –contact Dianne for comments and questions
12:34 – Check out Psychopath In Your Life and send an anonymous email
13:23 – Dianne closes the podcast
3 Key Points:
- Psychopaths behave very normally—you have to keep a close eye to actually identify them properly.
- The world is becoming filled with more psychopaths than normal people.
- Victims tend to be those who are kind and caring as they are the ones that are the most likely to give up control to a psychopath.
The Fake Rockefeller – A true crime story about a guy who faked his identity to blend with people
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