“They’re not always so easy to recognize. They can appear to be the guy next door."
I can teach my students to think critically, question, participate, care, and create a better world. I can share inspiration and truth that will cut through rhetoric and deception. Words have power...in good and bad ways.
The election of Donald Trump raises unique questions. First, is he really fit to be President?
After all, Trump is a showman. He is the biggest liar and faker American politics has ever seen. He is so brave he had Daddy
Although the election is less than two weeks away, based on the current poll numbers, it's looking like America (and the
The best defense the broadcast media has is simply to stop covering Donald Trump. They can report on what he said, if they
Both can make poor collaborators and team members. With a narcissist it's due to poor social/emotional skills, self-orientation
Proud of yourselves? Doesn't really matter any more, does it? Nothing matters to the sociopath or his billionaire sponsors. No blame, no guilt. While Walter Cronkite gently weeps in his vault at the Museum of Broadcasting.
Whether in a dark alley or a high-rise tower, the psychopath seeks to dominate others in order to satisfy their own desires. To deploy fear, shame or deceit to acquire your submission, the psychopath needs to know how you feel and how you will react.
To be useful, a label or diagnosis must serve to summarize and communicate something specific. The antisocial diagnosis is