Some of your articles seem to say things that are very different from what you say today. In the first articles you seemed to be sure you weren't a psychopath, but now you seem to be very clarified about it and I think that's good. I think you almost seem like a different person, as if you have changed your mind also about other things. Have you changed the purpose with your website?
Articles that discuss my personal viewpoints describe as a whole the process I go through on my the journey though learning and acquiring a new and deeper understanding of my diagnosis and the conceptualization that it implies.
When I first set out to create Psychopathic Writings, I had no real knowledge about the definition of psychopathy. I have come a long way since the early days... 'early' in this context means more than 6 months old... and in many respects I grossly disagree with a lot of my early statements and viewpoints.
Articles older than 6 months should not be seen as representative for the person who authors Psychopathic Writings as the person I am now, in our present. But I have left those old articles online only to make them available for clinicians and for private readers who may want to follow me on a more long term basis in order to watch my process - or progress ;) - and see what result comes from it, if I become a more agreeable, or more positive person, or if I merely learn to become a better psychopath, a better manipulator and abuser.
The central point in what I do is two-fold: By learning about psychopathy, which is the name of my diagnosis, I learn about myself. My understanding of myself has grown tremendously, and with it my understanding of other people, and perhaps most of all the neurotypical majority.
Whereas I would be lying if I claimed that my greater awareness doesn't bear a certain element of intentions toward future deceitfulness, I do claim even more that it has provided me some basis for rapport with normal people, a potential for being able to work with them rather than against them. As I see it, what my choice in this regard will be in the future depends on how the neurotypical majority chooses to react to my out stretched hand.
In other words: What I am doing here is not merely self indulgent soul searching, it is an attempt to find some common ground upon which to build a bridge for future generations to create a constructive reality that has room for neurodiversity, also in it's extreme expressions. This, would the neurotypical world wish to meet me and embrace my idea, holds the greatest attraction for me, and no antisocial forms of activity have a chance at bending my resolve!
At this point I am not at all convinced that psychopathic individuals necessarily are merely evil and incapable of ever contributing to society or in any constructive manner be members of the human race. And this is my other purpose with Psychopathic Writings, this is my other plan: To prove this statement!