“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 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
The truth is sociopaths and psychopaths come from all walks of life and look like normal people on the outside. Some never
Broadcast media (cable and network) has handled the presidential race as a contest between two legitimate candidates, whose
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.
The standard diagnostic term for those with a criminal orientation is antisocial personality disorder. It makes no difference
What do you get when you cross a sociopath with a narcissist?
Law schools must begin recognizing the damage that is being caused to interpersonal relationships and our overall society, due to the low EQ levels of those involved in the field of law and make a concerted effort to address this extremely serious problem.
A jury will soon decide whether James Holmes is guilty or not guilty by reason of insanity. Last week, one of his victims, Ashley Moser, took the stand in her wheelchair.
For some unknown reason John Sandford's skills as a writer have been revitalized lately. He has been writing mystery/thrillers forever but with his last few books he has been back as good as he ever was, even at the beginning.
There's nothing better for a woman than when a man truly knows his way around downtown, and doesn't have to ask her for directions on where to go. A man who loves to not only please, but who is really good at it is a keeper, no?
The growing need for engaged, productive stakeholders is not filled magically. It requires a specific, intentional brand of leading - Relational Leadership.
"Through brain trauma, you become a sociopath. Our lab studies find if you give people a little bit of power, they look kind
The front pages of newspapers teach us all too often that the "nice guy" we thought so much of actually wasn't so nice. But how did they become that way? Was it because of work or were they always that way?