Recently, someone said
psychopaths are cowards because they victimize people who they know won’t give them any trouble. It seems true that psychopaths are cowards, doesn’t it?
Is a lion a coward because it preys on the weakest in the herd? No; it’s just hungry.
We can’t “understand” psychopaths because we evaluate them through the lens of our own motivations, values and emotions. That is the fundamental mistake.
Psychopaths aren’t cowards; they’re just hungry. It’s as simple as that.
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