A Tattoo?! Are You Crazy?!

It certainly does not have to be a sociopath to get tattoos or the appearance of a tattoo means that a person is one. However, numerous studies have shown that most sociopaths do have tattoos as one of the strongest common factors. In addition, a well known crime writer said in an interview that each of the many mass murderers he had spoken with had several tattoos. For many people, tattoos are no negative connotations for those who already have serious personality defects, tattoos are often a highly visible symbol of it. For those in the latter category, all about tattoos has a completely different purpose and meaning than it does to most - why they feel the need to obtain, and what they represent.

Psychologists tend to refer to tattoos as "body modification", and most have two very strong opinions and knowledge about how tattoos are connected to those in the minority. At the more clearly defined, the psychologists say that for those who already show signs of personality defects, tattoos are just an extension of anti-social personality. It is said that this type of people involved in drug use, promiscuity and violence, simply make tattoos a part of that particular lifestyle.

Psychologists say that these features, along with tattoos are associated with subclinical psychopathy. In clearer terms, this segment of the population, tattooing is another means of "thumbing one's nose" in society, and show a sense of self-importance. As one of the foundations of sociopathy is to refuse to comply with what is generally considered acceptable behavior. given that tattoos still have some degree of negativity associated with them are particularly attractive for those who already have serious personality problems. For these people, acquiring tattoos is primarily a means of challenging the conventional aggressive.

The use of tattoos in this way, it also presents a "tough" image. The problem with this is when one uses what most people are relatively harmless to describe a sensation of hardness, it is rare that the individual in question will stop at art. For a person who connects tattoos with toughness, aggressive behavior is also a very real possibility.

While this fact is relevant to sociopaths in general, and can not afford to ignore, which leads to even darker side to those who commit serious crimes. In the investigation of serial murderers, a connection is much worse tattoos. Continuing with the factors already evident in sociopaths, are additional factors to cause bodily harm and refusing to let go. In simpler terms, these individuals gain tattoos - often by their own efforts - both as a means of expression of hatred and as a means of permanently holding the objects of their hatred.

On a scale slightly smaller but still important, since most people fall into the categories of sociopaths and violent criminals were subjected to severe abuse in childhood, it is important to note that it is not uncommon at all for that will, as adults, tattoos with the name or a symbol representing her abusive father.

When the facts of this type are taken into consideration, although much of the population is not aware of it, it's no surprise that tattoos as a negative reputation. While most people in the United States decide no reason for tattoos and no negative reasons behind it, learning that tattoos are a common standard among sociopaths and serial murderers tend to give a less than desirable quality to the whole thing.

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