Nothing can prepare you for living or working with a sociopathic serial bully. It is the most devastating, draining, misunderstood, and ultimately futile experience imaginable.— Tim Field
Most Powerful Sociopath quotations
Road rage is the expression of the amateur sociopath in all of us, cured by running into a professional.
Anybody who claims to be excited for April Fools' Day is probably a sociopath.
Cuba's poverty is caused by the crackpot Marxist doctrines imposed by its sociopathic ruler and promoted by half the liberal arts professors on American faculties.
The best indicator of a sociopath serial bully is not a clinical diagnosis but the trail of devastation and destruction of lives and livelihoods surrounding this individual throughout their life.
[T]he truth is you don't need some external demon to take control of you to turn you into a raging, money-obsessed sociopath, you only need to let loose the demons you already have inside of you.
There's always somebody in your life you know that just, somehow, you know, they're just that borderline sociopath that just wants what they want and doesn't care about relationships. Everybody has several of those people in their life.
Sociopaths love power. They love winning. If you take loving kindness out of the human brain, there's not much left except the will to win.
When we were doing 'The Sopranos', I used to love that about it.
There were rules, Mafia codes you had to go by, but the code is ridiculous. It's a code among sociopaths.
I certainly know the difference between right and wrong.
Dogs seem more photogenic than cats. In photos most cats look like sociopaths.
When is the last time you saw a Lamborghini sale?
No matter what I do with my life, or how successful I am, I will always be a socially awkward penguin inside.
I went through the usual stages: imp, rascal, scalawag, whippersnapper.
And, of course, after that it's just a small step to full-blown sociopath.
Sociopaths are often extremely charming.
They are people who are better than you and me at charming people, at being charismatic. I've heard this more often than I can count: "He was the most charming man I ever met," or, "She was the sexiest woman I ever met," or, "The most interesting person I ever met . . ."
Cats are the lap-dancers of the animal world.
Soon as you stop shelling out, they move on, find another lap. They're furry little sociopaths. Pretty and slick -- in love with themselves. When's the last time you saw a seeing-eye cat?
Sociopaths are just like everybody else in that some of them are really brilliant, some of them are really stupid, and most of them are somewhere in between.
I think the people running climate change denial campaigns are sociopaths.
This disease they call 'rap' - some kind of rhythmic pulse is going by, while some sociopathic idiot is belching out grade school poetry.
The sociopaths - that's the real problem.
The whole street demeanor is about pretending to be a sociopath as well so that the real ones can't find you.
Usually sociopaths will look down upon us for that very reason - that we're gullible. We're weak. One person told me that he thought he was the only honest person because he would admit that he didn't have a conscience and everybody else was clearly faking it.
I guess the verdict is in - I am not a sociopath.
It's not effective or productive not to be nice. It would undermine the goals I want to achieve on any given day.
I would much rather read a book about Ty Cobb, who was quite possibly a sociopath. It makes for more interesting copy. Some of the most memorable characters in literature were villains.
Creative people like to think in unconventional ways, dislike rules, are easily bored, are independent, like to experiment, and enjoy being their own bosses. Basically the same traits found in most criminals and sociopaths
Years later, I learned an English word for the creature that Assef was, a word for which a good Farsi equivalent does not exist: sociopath.
I realised quite early on that, although I wasn't trying to make a career speciality of it, I was playing slightly asexual, sociopathic intellectuals.
The perfect victim, from the sociopath's point of view, is the person who is smart enough and capable enough to do him some good in the world and who is also fun to manipulate. How much fun is it to manipulate someone who is stupid and incompetent?
Trump is a narcissistic sociopath; he's doing exactly what he said he would do.
Biologically we’re all the same. We all get sad, we all get happy, and we all die. Anyone who pretends that that’s not the case is either a sociopath or utterly delusional.
Homo sapiens Yuck You contemporary fools laugh at religious and political lies spewed by sociopaths, lies that tether you forever to poverty and mediocrity. Yet, when your ears come upon the truth, the facts of life, you hide your faces and cry, not able
You'd think a sociopath assassin wouldn't have a fan following but he does.
The big characters who occupy science, especially modern science, are all "off" in fundamental ways. I don't think that genius goes hand in hand with being socially inept or being a sociopath or being a misanthrope, but I do think that it is a mind that can think so differently - so beyond how one is supposed to think. I wanted to pay tribute to that mind.
I always was getting into trouble some way, because I was really good at lying when I was a kid. If I left my jacket at school for the third time and my mom was really angry at me, I would make up a lie and I would just really believe in it. This sounds a little bit sociopathic.
Even famous people - are most concerned of all with what people who are close to them think. And the sociopath is generally not concerned with that at all.
The bottom line for most people who are normal is their need for other people.
Even the greedy ones have this need - as long as they're not sociopathic. They may be very misguided and unhappy and do bad things and so forth, but in general if you look down deep, you find that these people are mainly concerned with other people and what other people think of them.