coloroftruthisgray wrote:I don't really know , if I'm not wrong it is common in ASPD though.
sceneparade wrote:I can relate to this. I like watching documentary's like FBI files, snapped women who kill, and any other documentary about crime, especially serial killers. However, I agree with xabilis. I was diagnosed with BPD so he might be right. In the assessment I got 1 score for ASPD. Could anyone explain then if there's a link between interested in serial killers and ASPD and yet I have BPD? but then again I am interested in alot to do with psychology and human nature: how they fucntion, behave, think, etc. But I am also equally, maybe more, interested in astronomy/astrophysics anything to do with science. Maybe thats why I do a medical science degree? but like I said in another post, doing a medical degree is all about being the best, being looked upon in society as great, and to meet people in the future from school who i can say to them "im better than you, look at me" type thing.
lavendar19 wrote:I'm also fascinated with serial killers, but I'm not NPD, I have obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. In general I think it just has to do with being fascinated about something DIFFERENT because we all feel different (no matter what personality disorder we have/think we have).
Normality bores the sh*t out of me and serial killers have interesting minds. Which is also why I stuck around with my NPD boyfriend for 5 years. People said it had to do with being insecure but honestly.. I just thought he was the most interesting person I'd ever met and I felt completely bored without him.
Narcs....can't live with em, can't live without em. Fack.
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