The Psychopathy Blog
Providing the signs, solutions AND a forum to be heard, PSYCHOPATHY IS aims to be the one-stop resource that starts a new, more hopeful conversation around the disorder.
By Carrie Barron, M.D. – The “imposter” according to psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. Phyllis Greenacre, is a person who enjoys getting something over on others. The falsification may involve identity, history, ancestry, accomplishment, education, or profession.
Just-world fallacy explains a lot about how parents of children with disruptive behavior disorders get treated
By Anonymous Parent – Do you believe that what goes around comes around? That people reap what they sow? That the world is generally fair? If so, you are probably not….
By Emily L. Robertson, Ph.D. – At least 1 in 20 families struggles with an aggressive child. Such children and their families need and should be offered evidence-based treatments…
By Abigail Marsh, Ph.D., Co-founder of Psychopathy Is – I can assure you that psychopathy will never die, because it is not a myth. Far from it. Psychopathy is a very real personality construct that has been the focus of thousands of scientific studies all over the world…
By Deepak Seshadri and Camilo Ortiz – Hyperactive, non-compliant, disruptive, defiant, and aggressive child behaviors, or what psychologists call “externalizing behaviors,” are the most common reason parents seek out mental health help for their children…
Lisa Marie Presley and I are in the same boat. Whether your child commits suicide or has psychopathy, others will judge and blame you and assume you were a terrible parent
By Anonymous Parent – I had at least one thing in common with Lisa Marie Presley. We have both been suffering, misunderstood mothers. We have both felt criticized for the actions of one of our children, even though what my child has done is very different from what hers
By Lillyth Quillan – First let me say I’m a big fan. I think you are amazing. I love your work. You are the keeper of our stories and culture, as all artists have been before you. In many ways you are the gatekeepers of what we, as a society,
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