Quote by Ted Bundy: “I dont feel guilty for anything. I feel sorry ...”
How to Stop Feeling Guilty: 15 Proved Techniques
There are many varying reasons why a person could have feelings of guilt. And these feelings could be due to an event, situation or person. So you start to feel guilty that you survived, but the others you were with did not. A person may also feel guilty about something they did that they consider to be morally wrong. For example, you did something illegal and you start to feel guilty about it.
Guilt is a cognitive or an emotional experience that occurs when a person believes or realizes —accurately or not—that they have compromised their own standards of conduct or have violated universal moral standards and bear significant responsibility for that violation. Guilt is an important factor in perpetuating obsessive—compulsive disorder symptoms. Guilt and its associated causes, merits, and demerits are common themes in psychology and psychiatry. Both in specialized and in ordinary language, guilt is an affective state in which one experiences conflict at having done something that one believes one should not have done or conversely, having not done something one believes one should have done. It gives rise to a feeling which does not go away easily, driven by ' conscience '. Freud rejected the role of God as punisher in times of illness or rewarder in time of wellness.
The same goes with stealing or with anything else that people have told me is wrong or is immoral, I don't feel guilty or remorseful about.
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This lack of conscience, is beneficial to the sociopath
The most incredible trait of a sociopath, is their complete lack of conscience, lack of empathy, remorse, guilt or shame. This, like most things with the sociopath, is merely for show. The facade that you see on the outside, has little resemblance to the reality that is going on behind the screen, well hidden, and only known by the sociopath themselves. They are the chameleons of society. It means that they can do practically anything, and then act as if nothing as happened.