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Dark Psychology is both the study of criminal and deviant behavior and a conceptual framework in order to decipher the potential of evil that could be found within all of us. The idea with this one is that everyone, even if they realize it or not, will have the potential, if it is going to benefit themselves and even their families enough, to victimize other humans and creatures. Some people are just more willing to do it than others. You may not think about doing this to just get a promotion at work or to get someone to notice you, but you may be willing to hurt other people if you knew it would save your life or save the life of someone in your family.
According to dark psychology, every human has a bank of malevolent intentions geared towards other people and these intentions range from fleeting thoughts to minimally obtrusiveness to pure psychopathic deviant characters that are devoid of any form of cohesive rationality.
Every human will have had thoughts or feeling of acting towards another person in a brutal manner and many times would have had thoughts or the feelings of hurting someone else without mercy. To be honest with oneself is to accept the fact that at a certain point in time, there has been a feeling of wanting to commit some heinous acts.
While many of us are going to restrain or hide this kind of tendency, there are those who are going to see these impulses and decide to act on them. The idea of dark psychology is to seek to understand these perceptions, feelings, thoughts, and even the subjective processing systems that tend to lead to the predatory behavior that is seen as unethical to what most of modern society is going to see as normal or good.
This book covers the following topics:
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Dark psychology is going to assume that any abusive, deviant, or criminal behaviors that are showing up are done for a purpose. They may be seen as bad or evil, but the other person is doing them for some purpose, and not just because they feel like it. They are going to have a rational goal most of the time. Someone may use abuse to keep their partner in their place to ensure that they are able to get the love and attention they need.
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