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    Good 'pop' intro to this subject

    Too many ppl complain this is not a psych textbook. Its not meant to be. Rather this is a laypersons intro. Good thing to read after youve been played or attacked by such ppl, theres some fun in ticking off all the signs, and some advice on how to avoid being a victim again
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    Great book, very interesting read!
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    Great and interesting read! I personally love books about different aspects of psychology and this is a must read for anyone who shares this interest. The author does an excellent job of defining sociopathy and applying to real life situations. Really keeps the reader interested while still informing. Just be prepared to analyze everyone you know after reading this.
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    Well.....

    This explains a lot. Sometimes you think it's just you, but it might not be you but the other person who just doesn't sit right with you. Explains that creepy feeling I sometimes get but can't put a finger on why.
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