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The paramedic movie review

If you have seen the movie The paramedic on Netflix you will understand why you should not give room for anyone to subdue you in any form. I am not trying to do the spoiler alert thing but I just want every lady to take time out to see this movie because this is our everyday life.

We boost the illness of mentally sick people when we stay around them and give an excuse for why they treat us bad. In this Movie, Vane is the girlfriend of Angel a Sociopath. Just to make you understand better here is the difference between a sociopath and a psychopath.

A sociopath typically has a conscience, but it’s weak. He may know that taking your money is wrong, and he might feel some guilt or remorse, but that won’t stop his behavior.

A psychopath doesn’t have a conscience. If he lies to you so he can steal your money, he won’t feel any moral qualms, though he may pretend to. He may observe others and then act the way they do so he’s not “found out,” Tompkins says. Source.

Angel in this movie is a sociopath whose girlfriend Vena fed his illness by allowing him to subdue her in many ways. Vena knew she deserved better but she let herself give excuses for her man Angel's behaviors. When she decided to leave he felt she didn't have any reason to leave because that has become a norm for him and he became violent after tricking her back into the house.





Note: Sociopaths and psychopaths ill people do not love anyone they only love themselves which is the reason why if things don't go the way it suits them they can harm anyone including their loved ones.

Never mistake this danger for love, overprotectiveness, or give excuses for people around you with this disorder. Encourage them to seek help. Don't feed their ego and make them get used to everything being done the way they like. You are putting yourself in danger by doing that.

This movie has disturbing violence.
The Paramedic (Spanish: El Practicante) is a 2020 Spanish thriller film directed by Carles Torras, written by David Desola and Hèctor Hernández Vicens and starring Celso Bugallo, Mario Casas and Déborah François

You should see the movie and let me know what you think.

Question
What are the things individuals living around people with the sociopathic disorder do that can aid the boosting of this disorder? Sometimes we think we are trying to help but we are actually boosting this disorder and that can be very dangerous.
How can you contribute negatively to the mental disorder of a sociopath without knowing?



12 comments

  1. Wow this film sounds really interesting after reading your post. I will definitely watch it xx
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    1. I am glad you got interested. You should see it.

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  2. This seems slightly too scary for me!

    Jennifer
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  3. I hadn't heard of this one but I will definitely take a look!
    the creation of beauty is art.

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    1. You should, it teaches but a bit disturbing.

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  4. Sounds really interesting
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  5. Self protection and avoidance of sociopathic behavior is more important then any contributions you could offer. Identifying them as early as possible and not letting them exploit your good nature thru putty plays and manipulation.

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    1. I know some people need help but I think while trying to help them we should also remember to be very careful and distance yourself when needed.

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  6. Here's the truth.

    The term “Sociopath”and the term “Psychopath” don't mean too much, it's more of a list of traits or prison population thing.

    If you're talking about someone with ASPD well they usually have it for a reason.

    If it there isn't complete disconnection then it's brain damage and it's caused by emotional trauma eg; factor 2

    Then the best thing to aim for is what caused them to be like that in the first place, their trauma being a weak point. Although for some that won't even work as they won't have connection to it, a lot have complete emotional disconnection from their own trauma and issues which is why they can't really improve and are held there.

    Most common is their mother or father that's almost always a trigger point for them unless they've had some sort of therapy and dealt with it. Most don't though.

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