So at the Oh back of you could be riddled ugly Christmas shirt, sweater Also,I will get this end of the day. A psychopath parent, child, grandparent.. They would live a normal family life, but they wouldn’t know what it feels to have feelings, so logically a psychopath would not care about their family members, and they will only lie and live to benefit off of others for their own good. A psychopathic parent would not teach his son what feelings are, and because of that, the kid will most likely become a bully as he doesn’t know that some of his actions causes pain on others. So to answer your question simply. A psychopath Can’t feel empathy nor remorse. Being bold, disinhibited and egotistical. Means that they wouldn’t care. And so. Would a psychopath care about their family members? Edit I’d like to also mention that the true definition of a psychopath for who i am describing is a person with an antisocial personality disorder, it basically involves the brain, where there are certain parts of the brain that aren’t functioning like they are supposed to, or that it’s just not there. So here is an example of a comparison of the average human brain, compared to one that has antisocial personality disorder: The cure to this condition is currently unknown. And the reason for it happening is also unknown, i have a theory that it involves in being permanently traumatized, like World War for example. Where your body adapts to the situation to prioritize survival. Which made soldiers pretty adept at killing after a while of being subject in constant fear for your life. There has also been some speculation that most people, especially nobles back in the medieval ages had antisocial personality disorder. Reading some of their books and diaries shows some signs of inhumane decisions towards other people, only seeing the profit they will gain in the end. I thought i’d mention this since people might mistake others for being a psychopath because they simply didn’t “cry enough” in the funeral for their mother. Since acting that way is more of a personality in itself, some people just doesn’t want to mourn and just wants to forget about the sad event. Not wanting to think about it any longer, since you can’t do anything else to save her, since she is dead. As for the people who have the necessary and common personality of mourning over your mother is normal, since it is this tragic moment in your life that you will never forget, you wished that she would stay alive a while longer to be with a while longer, it is normal to burst into tears. But it doesn’t mean that your sister next to you doesn’t care because she didn’t shed any tears.
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In the Oh back of you could be riddled ugly Christmas shirt, sweater Also,I will get this end, we are all different, we all have are own unique personalities and that is what makes us who we are. Psychopaths are considered unique and different people as well, though we generally don’t like those people since they can’t relate to how we feel, and might do things you’d think to be absolutely disgusting or horrible. The only way for a psychopath to behave as a loyal citizen is to literally be trained and taught on what you should and should not do in this society, to act like people who do feel. It’d be otherwise pretty sad to not have any feelings, but I’m pretty sure psychopaths don’t care much, if you know what i mean. I waited until I was 50 years old to start my family and get married. I’ve never been married before, been with my wife now for seven years and now have a baby daughter who is absolutely and amazingly delightful–meaning I want to spend all my time in her company. That’s pretty cool. I can’t account for the wonder that is my daughter or offer any rules or rituals to ensure anybody else will get great offspring to show up and contribute to their family harmony simply by being born (plus she’s only a little over a year old, so much evolution to come). So, it’s possible being older helped me develop this principled approach in making choices for a spouse and in keeping my family functional so far. Or perhaps simply knowing that to help, accept and enjoy my family without regret is easy for me because I don’t have a sense that I am missing out on something in my life at any point in time. Why? Because at 50+ years of age I’ve done quite a lot already and don’t really feel I’m missing out on much that the world can offer that’s important to me anymore: the best thing I really want to experience is being a great father and husband and these desires align me with reinforcing a functional family. I also nip in the bud any aspects of dysfunction as regards my own self and, perhaps, being older means I more easily remember what I really want in life, cause I’ve already found it. So does this mean everyone should wait until they’re 50 to start a family? Not really. I’m also a late bloomer and a slow learner.