Lola's father was always antisocial. He hates everybody. He only loves his daughter Lola, then he shoots a man and now it's all up to his daughter find out why he is crazy


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Lola’s father was always antisocial. He hates everybody. He only loves his daughter Lola, Then he shoots a black man And now it’s all up to Lola find out why her father is crazy.

My story is about a girl and her father, Wind. Wind is a psychopath, HE enjoys harming people, occasionally feel sympathy for his actions but not mostly. When he does, he cries. A lot. Please share this story with others so that I can gain more readers! And Enjoy!
This came from the theory that what if a police officer isn’t killing a black man for no reason out of racism but out of psychopathy or just because he likes to kill people? Out of insanity without the added racism, no offense because I know that this will offend some people, and just know that this story does not excuse or glorify this behavior, I’m a black person as well, and I’ve created a BUNCH of controversial topics.

Signs and Symptoms of Psychopathy

The signs and symptoms of psychopathy are identified most commonly in scientific studies by Hare’s 20-item Psychopathy Checklist-Revised. This checklist identifies the following as the symptoms and signs of psychopathy:

  1. Superficial charm and glibness
  2. Inflated sense of self-worth
  3. Constant need for stimulation
  4. Lying pathologically
  5. Conning others; being manipulative
  6. Lack of remorse or guilt
  7. Shallow emotions
  8. Callousness; lack of empathy
  9. Using others (a parasitic lifestyle)
  10. Poor control over behavior
  11. Promiscuous sexual behavior
  12. Behavioral problems early in life
  13. Lack of realistic, long-term goals
  14. Being impulsive
  15. Being irresponsible
  16. Blaming others and refusing to accept responsibility
  17. Having several marital relationships
  18. Delinquency when young
  19. Revocation of conditional release
  20. Criminal acts in several realms (criminal versatility)

Is Psychopathy a Mental Illness?

Psychopathy is also sometimes known as psychopathic personality disorder and is considered a mental illness. As with mental illness in general, there is no known cure for psychopathy and treatment of adult psychopaths has been shown ineffective. However, treatment of children with psychopathic traits has shown some promise.

Definition of Psychopathy

The definition of psychopathy can be challenging as depending on the researcher, psychopathy is defined slightly differently and often many psychopathic traits are taken into account. That said, a simple definition of psychopathy is provided by the Society for the Scientific Study of Psychopathy. Psychopathy is:

“A constellation of traits that comprises affective features, interpersonal features, as well as impulsive and antisocial behaviors. The affective features include lack of guilt, empathy, and deep emotional attachments to others; the interpersonal features include narcissism and superficial charm; and the impulsive and antisocial behaviors include dishonesty, manipulativeness, and reckless risk-taking. Although psychopathy is a risk factor for physical aggression, it is by no means synonymous with it. In contrast to individuals with psychotic disorders, most psychopaths are in touch with reality and seemingly rational. Psychopathic individuals are found at elevated rates in prisons and jails, but can be found in community settings as well.”

Causes of Psychopathy

No one knows exactly what causes psychopathy but it is likely a combination of genetics, environmental and interpersonal factors. For example, children of psychopaths are more likely to be psychopaths themselves, suggesting genetic influence.

Additionally, some early life experiences have been shown to increase the risks of becoming a psychopath. Poor parenting, parenting that focuses on punishment (rather than rewards) and inconsistent parenting appear to help cause psychopathy. Additional risk factors for psychopathy include:

  • Substance abuse by the parents
  • Separation from a parent or lack of parental involvement
  • Child physical abuse or neglect

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A video says that Psychopaths are also people who enjoy hurting others, however, do not enjoy being harmed themselves, go figure. Of course not, no one likes that unless they’re a sadist or a masochist (Mainly masochist.).

Here is a google search as well:…0…1.1.64.psy-ab…0.0.0…0.lKE9CByq5d0