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These “subcriminal” psychopaths may be particularly intelligent or well educated, less haphazard than the typical (criminal) psychopath, have developed highly polished social skills and managed to insert themselves into an echelon of society where they are accepted and trusted – as a lawyer, stockbroker or even psychiatrist.Their behaviour may not be illegal – not quite – but it is immoral and potentially devastating, as they manipulate, bully and frighten their close family, friends, colleagues and associates into keeping quiet about their misdemeanours.“I buy her flowers and tell her I love her with all my heart,” one client told me, of his girlfriend.“I don’t really know what that means, but I know that it puts a smile on her face and buys me what I want from her.They’re just the click of a button away from a potential audience; they don’t have to go out to a bar.The internet also give them access to a huge volume and variety of people it would otherwise take several lifetimes for him or her to meet.Most of us sit somewhere on this scale of psychopathy: fine, upstanding citizen that I am, my own PCLR score is four.
From shoplifters to serial abusers, it is all in a day’s work.Most of us have referred to a “psycho ex” or “psycho boss” at one time or another – probably because the former watched too much Top Gear, or the latter made us work late on a Friday night – but few really understand what the term means.Psychopaths don’t walk around with a severed head in one hand and a bloody knife in the other. Psychopathy is a clinical condition and psychopaths appear in all walks of life and in as many different guises; the only thing they have in common is a cluster of emotional abnormalities and anti-social behaviours that can wreak havoc in families, organisations and even entire communities.But not all psychopaths are created equal and just because one or two features are missing from the assessment, doesn’t mean they don’t fit the overall picture.Plus, just because you meet someone who, for example, leads a parasitic lifestyle but is otherwise unexceptional, it doesn’t make them a psycho. If you develop close feelings for a psychopath it is likely to be disastrous; their emotional life is a dry and arid place.
The PCLR checklist items cover lifestyle factors such as juvenile delinquency, promiscuity, lack of realistic long-term goals and personality traits including superficial charm, pathological lying, lack of empathy and impulsivity.