This obsession eventually leads to the unfortunate event of violence. This overwhelming feeling of guilt abruptly spoils the “perfect” plan that is the murder of the old man. Although it is perceived that the mentally unstable are immune to emotions such as guilt, the narrator is clearly overcome by the shameful murder of the old man. This proves to the reader that in the end, the sensation of guilt will eventually crash through the nearly indestructible walls of insanity.
Instead of helping him, she was hurting him and frustrating him even more. Her abuse towards him only caused more destruction than ever. A great amount of people would state that sociopaths’, such as Edmund Kemper, only intention is to harm and inflict pain on others. There is no doubt that they are incredibly dangerous, but their true intentions seem to feel right to them because they do not have emotions or a conscience. This causes them to deal with people as if they were objects.
Upon noticing an individual exhibiting a mental disorder, do you establish them as crazy, sociopathic or murderous? Or would you consider them being rather gentle, perfectly acceptable humans in our modern day society? Having to believe that they are outcasts in our society would bring up the well-known stereotypes, which classify them as having mental disorders. Not only are mental disorders looked upon differently but are also not easily accepted into today’s society. In fact, almost every mental disorder has a stereotype behind it, making it hard for many people to apprehend it.
In Hamlet both Hamlet and Ophelia are able to speak freely behind the mask of their madness. The reaction that Hamlet and Ophelia have regarding their fathers’ deaths is what drives them mad. Hamlet and Ophelia are also both children of controlling parents, and they are forced to do things they do not want to do. Their madness leads them both to their deaths. Although Hamlet and Ophelia are very different from one another, their madness serves a common purpose to mask and disguise their emotional agony but it ultimately leads to their tragic deaths.
There are mainly two types; psychopaths and sociopaths, and I’m here to inform you on their differences and similarities Both suffer antisocial personality disorders. It can be due to genetic predisposition or their childhood surroundings. They are also said to be incapable of guilt or remorse for their hurtful actions. Although, serial killers may understand the appropriate way to behave in society, they lack the ability to care about it. Psychopaths find it hard to maintain a steady job and a shelter.
Macbeth succumbs to evil through his own imperfection, greed, which in turn causes him to upset the predetermined chain of being. “Shakespeare shows, with Macbeth as an example, that any man can turn evil due to the temptations led on by many things. His temptations of evil are led on by the witches prophecies, and by being manipulated by what others say” (Rosner). When Macbeth willingly murders, lies and deceives for his own personal betterment, he loses his self and his sanity. The parasitic nature of evil cause it to influence all objects that lay in its’ path, and Macbeth agrees to become evil's disciple.
Psychopathic killers usually grow up in similar, unstable homes. However, they usually have completely different crime scenes. Most of these killers have different motives for murdering their victims. Psychopaths are stereotyped. They are shown as vicious, violent people, but in reality they can seem nice.. Their one, common peculiarity is their lack of empathy.
This side can lead a person to do evil things that they would never think of doing normally. It’s insane that he had to kill the old man just because he didn’t like his pale blue eye and to soothe his pain.
While investigating this, he developed a potion that could release the evil in a person in the form of a totally different person. Then this person could commit any evil act it wanted, and then drink the potion to return back to normal. The only problem with this is the fact that he drank this potion so many times that he was no longer able to control this process. He was unable to transform back into Dr. Jekyll. Another example of Hyde's evil is in the killing of Sir Danvers Carew.
Psychiatrists say that this tends to happen when the child is being deprived of nurture, and parents have been absent in their lives or has neglected them. As well as wanting to control, and by an early stage have shown violence towards animals, and others. To become a serial killer, all traits must be present, not just one specific trait. To conclude, Ted Bundy, called this as an addiction. After killing, he wanted to do it all over, which cause the killings of many innocent women.