At 12/15/12 10:18 AM, Provoke wrote:
I hate to say it, but they have every right to deny the treatment. Maybe if they already committed a crime, they could have a choice between life in prison or treatment so further crimes cannot be committed. But if they had committed no crimes or felonies, then they have rights.
You are right, Provoke :/
Unfortunately, from what I have learned (police department, legal attorneys and medical professionals) they seem to deny treatment every single time. In their eyes there's absolutely nothing wrong with them, it's everything is that is.
When they committed a crime usually jail time is the way the sentence goes because they get appointed medical treatment by court but that never sticks, and then they magically become religious and charm everyone and their mom just to get time off probation to break it, go back to jail and so it goes. It's a long chain of lies and vices but in the process of this happening lives get ruined and people get hurt.
At 12/15/12 10:03 AM, Earfetish wrote:
At 12/14/12 11:21 PM, sayomgwtf wrote:
A Psychopath is basically born into it, include here any sense of any mental derangement that you may consider it would describe it best. However, a sociopath becomes one.really? what is even the difference between the two terms? also evidence
The most qualified person to explain this would be a psychiatrist that works directly with this particular area. Not all psychiatrists understand psychopathy neither any of them want to even deal with one. However, this is somewhat nice and detailed about the general aspects of the subject:
One thing to understand from this is that: this is not a cookie cutter profile to apply on everything. This is just an article that points out general areas of a problem. Everyone is different, so these things need to be evaluated for long periods of times before they can even become a diagnosis and even so, it will not be the same for everyone.