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12-Apr-2017 19:16

We were kissing in front of the building for quite some time before the doorman came out and started complaining about us loitering. Case in point, I jokingly had asked my friends if they were sure that they wanted me to be the one to show this woman around the city?

I found his c-blocking terribly annoying, and I was going to protest but she stopped me and bid me good night. There was some fire in this newly founded intimate relationship. However, I had no way of knowing that this woman was going to be attracted to me, or that she would be in any way shape or form even remotely interested in me.

That’s how it all began, a couple of us were hanging out, and she said to me that one of her friends was visiting the city. “You can’t get mad at me if something goes down between us though.” The interesting thing about this time frame is that I cannot remember how we actually met.

These guys knew me, and I think they were well aware about my flirtatious nature. My memories of her begin in front of my friend’s building.

Our often quick wit and outside-the-box thinking make us appear intelligent—even brilliant. Thomas draws from her own experiences as a diagnosed sociopath; her popular blog, Sociopathworld.com; and scientific literature to unveil for the very first time these men and women who are “hiding in plain sight.” M. THOMAS is a diagnosed sociopath and the founder of Sociopath Quite the contrary, she is an accomplished attorney and law professor who writes regularly for major law journals, donates 10 percent of her income to charity, and teaches Sunday school. Her incisive observations about human nature can be breathtakingly pointed.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer“An essential, unprecedented memoir...intelligent, measured...

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Even today’s me, in spite of the way I look now, the way I am at the moment, women still express an interest in me. Recently, I reconnected with an old friend, and I asked her what she thought of me back then.

This is a critical addition to narratives of mental illness, deepened by the awareness that we're reading someone whose most intense motivation is ‘acquisition, retention, and exploitation of power’.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review“Fascinating and compelling as well as chilling, Thomas’ memoir offers a window into the mind of a portion of the population that usually remains shrouded in mystery and fear.” —Booklist, starred review“[Thomas] invites us into her courtroom, classroom and bedroom to witness how her behavior has stunted her work life and made her love life difficult...

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She then went on to state that this was what attracted her.

“I guess I liked @ssholes.” She said that she liked guys who were that way, and that is why she liked me back then.

Even today’s me, in spite of the way I look now, the way I am at the moment, women still express an interest in me. Recently, I reconnected with an old friend, and I asked her what she thought of me back then.This is a critical addition to narratives of mental illness, deepened by the awareness that we're reading someone whose most intense motivation is ‘acquisition, retention, and exploitation of power’.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review“Fascinating and compelling as well as chilling, Thomas’ memoir offers a window into the mind of a portion of the population that usually remains shrouded in mystery and fear.” —Booklist, starred review“[Thomas] invites us into her courtroom, classroom and bedroom to witness how her behavior has stunted her work life and made her love life difficult...Much here is chilling, but there are also cracks that make you ache for her....She then went on to state that this was what attracted her.“I guess I liked @ssholes.” She said that she liked guys who were that way, and that is why she liked me back then.As I said I would not do it, but the public shaming that I have given myself in this arena is to further ensure, a further safeguard to prevent such thoughts from entering my head.