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Re: Psychopathy, a different perspective

Postby xdisconnectedx » Tue Nov 27, 2018 1:01 pm

I think this theory has a lot potential. I can only say this: When I'm on MDMA/Ecstasy (or even opiates/opioids even though they don't affect serotonine) and my serotonine gets wild all my problems with empathy disappear. I noticed this a lot of times and always wondered how empathy could simply be affected by serotonine. I also get very caring which isn't the case if I'm not on MDMA. That's proof to me that there's a connection between empathy and serotonine or neurotransmitters in general.
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