Are Bible-Led Husbands Mostly Sociopaths? #Sociopath #Husband #Wife #HeadOfHousehold

@mythociate (15963)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
September 28, 2013 4:52pm CST
I read a CatholicMatch Institute article that says 'the best, most-attractive dating-profiles are usually held by sociopaths'; and in an example of a relationship a woman had with a "sociopath," the man was judged as such because he "abused her mentally, spiritually & (eventually) physically" by 'demanding that she attend certain mass-meetings, read certain books, hold certain dogma-beliefs, etc.' While I'm not too clear on the exact definition (even after 'looking it up' and seeing the 'definition' below), the writer DID mention that 'sociopaths' have the feeling that they are "special"---that the laws of the 'commoners' don't apply to THEM in the same way. ("Sociopath - A person with antisocial personality disorder. Probably the most widely recognized personality disorder. A sociopath is often well liked because of their charm and high charisma, but they do not usually care about other people. They think mainly of themselves and often blame others for the things that they do. They have a complete disregard for rules and lie constantly. They seldom feel guilt or learn from punishments. Though some sociopaths have become murders, most reveal their sociopathy through less deadly and sensational means." ( Then I looked-up "anti-social" & "social" ("contrary to the laws and customs of society; devoid of or antagonistic to sociable instincts or practices: not sociable; not wanting the company of others" (Google Search) & "liking to be with and talk to people; happy to be with people" (13 words it took me HOURS to move here from respectively) So I'm seeing "sociopathy" as a 'God-complex'---I think of the rarely-quoted second section of the 12-step clubs' "Serenity Prayer," the part that says something like '... taking this world--like Jesus did--the way it is, and not -the way I would have it ...' Men--finding it necessary to "hold dominion" over their circles-of-influence--often find it difficult to justify 'the way things are' to 'the way they would have things,' "justifying" their choice to be anti-social. I think of the song "Gee Officer Krupke" from West Side Story: "Dear kindly social-worker, They tell me 'Get a job!' Like be a soda-jerker, Which means I'd be a slob! It's not 'I'm anti-social,' I'm only anti-work. Glory-osky! That's why I'm a jerk!" It's a 'Clash of the Worlds' (see how I did that? mixing "Clash of the Titans" with "War of the Worlds"? ): the world we're born thinking we live in (where 'daddy's always right, & one day WE get to be the Daddy ') growing into the world where everyone else wants to be Daddy, and we'll never be 'big enough' to be "right" when they're all "wrong." The only solution: NONE OF US are The Daddy, but we all have the SAME Daddy & HE will be nice if we're good
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• United States
12 Oct 13
God has been good to me even if I haven't always deserved it.
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