People on the psychopathy spectrum have trouble feeling pity, said Marsh. When someone close to a psychopath feels sad or fearful, they can't understand the emotion, because it's something they don't feel themselves, she said.Similarly, people with psychopathy feel little to no remorse when they harm others mentally, emotionally, or physically, according to Marsh.Psychopaths also have trouble feeling or understanding love. Instead, people with psychopathy may refer to, or think of, loved ones as "associates" who can help them but are beneath them, according to Marsh.All people with psychopathy have trouble understanding the emotion of fear. The threat of injury, going to jail, or disapproval won't stop a psychopath from doing what they please.
A failed example of that would be . . . Trump.Sorry, I couldn't resist an easy dig.I think being a sociopath allows one to pursue greed, no?