CLARKSTON, Mich. (PRWEB) February 20, 2018
Mark Wilson draws upon his experiences with a “religious psychopath” to help others spot psychopaths before they do damage in his new memoir, “My Trials: as the Transitional Target of a Religious Psychopath” (published by Archway Publishing).
In the book, Wilson describes interactions he had with a “high-functioning, proactively religious psychopath” while in a foreign country for a career-building experience. In sharing his encounter and his deductions with a primary psychopath, he seeks to spread awareness to help members of global society identify psychopaths before they cause damage. Wilson also writes that the understanding of psychopathy is still quite young and many still view psychopathy wrongly, confusing it too much with sociopathy.
“I want readers to come to understand, that throughout history, a number of individuals have been born without emotional processing at a neurotypical level,” Wilson explains. “I want readers to be aware such people have existed, will continue to exist and have vast antisocial influences on society. I want society to know how to identify them and what to generally understand and think about them.”
By Mark Wilson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 394 pages | ISBN 9781480845237
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 394 pages | ISBN 9781480845244
E-Book | 394 pages | ISBN 9781480845251
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mark Wilson is a young man with many interests that keeps him active and enjoying life. Wilson lives in Michigan. “My Trials” is his debut book.
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