Rarely does the criminal speak of love. In fact, ...he seems incapable of real love or real attachment. ...the criminal chooses to view people only in terms of their use to him.
Although criminals differ in the crimes they find acceptable, they are carbon copies of one another in their view of themselves and the world. All are liars and hide behind a mask of secrecy. They have an inflated self-image in which they regard themselves as special and superior and assume that people will do their bidding.
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Doing their bidding
Stanton E. Samenow writes in his book, Inside the Criminal Mind,