Puzzling People takes an in-depth look at how the minds of psychopaths work and why, and focusses on what you can do to survive and thrive and ultimately. 28 Nov Puzzling People: The Labyrinth of the Psychopath by Thomas Sheridan Several months ago I was standing in our local W H Smiths, scanning. Puzzling people: the labyrinth of the psychopath / [Thomas Sheridan]. Bookmark: ; Physical Description. ,  p.
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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Tony tells Ronson that he faked insanity to get put into a cushy mental psychopatj, only to find himself being incarcerated in Broadmoor instead, rubbing shoulders with some of the most dangerous men in Britain.
He finds a thread, I forget how I came across this book. Sheridan does not lose the point he is driving towards. Sheridan’s perspective on the psychopathologies of regular society may be harnessed by curious people more easily than, say, the point of view of David Icke: As fascinating as it is disturbing.
We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. Return to Book Page. They are incapable of guilt or saying sorry. Feb 09, Linda Branham Greenwell rated it it was amazing Shelves: He so close to understanding demonic activity but his spiritual eyes peoplr not open.
Thhe 28, Squeasel rated it liked it.
Personality and social intelligence. Trivia About Puzzling People: Great discussion in layman a terms of the life of a psychopath Pros – written in laymans terms – conversational writing style – real world advice on how to deal with these people Cons – political slant – lack of citations for research.
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The critical point of view, and pepple all information independently in order to come to a researched and personal perspective, is something that many people these days miss. Puzzling People takes an in-depth look at how the minds of psychopaths work and why, and focusses on what you can do to survive and thrive and ultimately escape forever.
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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The author of this book may have done his own research, as I sure hope he did considering he is not in this field at all. A lot of the information in there is quite interesting, but the poor structure, endless repetitions and extremely judgmental tone of the book drag it down by quite a bit.
Some of the statements made me laugh, some made me raise an eyebrow, but as a whole it was very much a worthwhile journey. None of your libraries hold this item. It was an all right book.
BOOK REVIEWS: ‘PUZZLING PEOPLE’ by Thomas Sheridan, and ‘THE PSYCHOPATH TEST’ by Jon Ronson
Delivered in a voice that makes it clear that the author lives what he writes, Puzzling People is an invaluable field guide to spotting and avoiding entities so completely lacking in empathy or compassion they may as well be counted as a different species entirely to human beings.
If people get hurt, have their lives wrecked by their actions, so what? The most important thing about this book is in its discussion of psychopathic societies, and the notion that humans are not bad, nasty people – and the conditioning that the mass media creates to make the collective think this.
Puzzling People: The Labyrinth of the Psychopath
Paperbackpages. The topic is very interesting to me but it quickly turned me off considering the red flags. Oct 04, Froztwolf rated it liked it. Lada rated it it was amazing Jan 17, The author makes no bones about not coming from an academic background; which is good because there’s a variety of psycbopath which don’t really hold up to hard and fast science.
Making challenging and difficult topics accessible to every kind of audience. The author makes the point, correctly in my opinion, that not all sociopaths are criminals or psycho ax murderers but are the ultimate human predator capable of anything to achieve their ends. Puzzling People takes an in-depth look at how the minds of psychopaths work and why, and focusses on what you can do to survive and thrive and ultimately escape forever.
Phrases such as “increasingly violent video games where your child can assume the role of a hero who gains extra points by having sex with a prostitute and then killing her to get his money back” stand out to someone well familiar with the games industry as a testament to the author’s lack of research and indicates that he has no problems bending the truth peoplw make a point.
He agrees to listen to the points Hare lists on the Psycgopath Test which define a psychopath no remorse, superficially charming, highly manipulative etcbut turns all the statements around.