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CONCLUSION

Who Is Cecilia Steyn?

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Even though I firmly do not believe Cecilia has DID, if I had to consider that she might perhaps have it, then that leads me to wonder about the claims or, at least, the extent of the claims that she had for what happened to her as a child. DID is only created or formed from repeated severe trauma. Additionally, taking into account the devastation that Cecilia has caused and how corrupted her mind is, this again leads me to wonder what really happened to her during her childhood or younger years before I had met her. No normal person is capable of being this sadistically twisted without an onset cause. At surface level, I can most definitely say that Cecilia is a psychopath, sociopath, and a sadist malignant narcissist.

Psychopaths are distinguished by a nearly complete inability to form genuine emotional attachments to others; a compensating tendency to form artificial and shallow relationships, which the psychopath cynically exploits or manipulates to benefit himself; a corresponding ability to appear glib and even charming to others; an ability in some psychopaths to maintain the appearance of a normal work and family life; and a tendency to carefully plan criminal activities to avoid detection.[1]

Sociopaths, in contrast, are generally capable of developing a close attachment to one or a few individuals or groups, though they too generally have severe difficulties in forming relationships. Sociopaths are also usually incapable of anything even remotely resembling a normal work or family life, and, in comparison to psychopaths, they are exceptionally impulsive and erratic and more prone to rage or violent outbursts. Accordingly, their criminal activities tend to be spur-of-the-moment rather than carefully premeditated.[2]

Although both biological and environmental factors play a role in the development of psychopathy and sociopathy, it is generally agreed that psychopathy is chiefly a genetic or inherited condition, notably related to the underdevelopment of parts of the brain responsible for emotional regulation and impulse control. The most-important causes of sociopathy, in contrast, lie in physical or emotional abuse or severe trauma experienced during childhood. To put the matter simplistically, psychopaths are born, and sociopaths are made.[3]

Both psychopathy and sociopathy, and generally, share features with narcissistic personality disorder. Narcissists generally lack empathy and tend to have unrealistically high opinions of themselves, and, like psychopaths, narcissists tend to form shallow relationships, to exploit and manipulate others, and to be glib and superficially charming.[4]

Common Narcissistic symptoms include: grandiose fantasies and behaviour; little or no empathy for other people’s emotions or feelings; a significant need for attention, admiration, and recognition; an inflated sense of self-importance, such as a tendency to exaggerate personal talent or achievements; a belief in personal specialness and superiority; a sense of entitlement; a tendency to take advantage of others or exploit people for personal gain; arrogant or conceited behaviour and attitudes; and a tendency to envy others and believe others envy them.[5]

Malignant Narcissism is a psychological syndrome comprising an extreme mix of narcissism, antisocial behaviour, aggression, and sadism. Grandiose, and always ready to raise hostility levels, the malignant narcissist undermines families and organizations in which they are involved and dehumanizes the people with whom they associate.[6]

Sadism is taking pleasure in humiliating someone or causing them pain. People with sadistic tendencies may enjoy hurting others; enjoy watching others experience pain; derive sexual excitement from seeing others in pain; spend a lot of time fantasizing about hurting other people, even if they don’t actually do so; want to hurt others when irritated or angry; enjoy humiliating others, especially in public situations; tend toward aggressive actions or behaviour; and behave in controlling or domineering ways.[7]

This all seems like a collision of being chemically created and raised into being this sadistic. A mutated lab rat… or a severely abused child? …or Both? Ultimately, my question still is, “Who REALLY is Cecilia Steyn?”

Footnotes

[1] https://www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-a-psychopath-and-a-sociopath-and-how-do-both-differ-from-narcissists
[2] https://www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-a-psychopath-and-a-sociopath-and-how-do-both-differ-from-narcissists
[3] https://www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-a-psychopath-and-a-sociopath-and-how-do-both-differ-from-narcissists
[4] https://www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-a-psychopath-and-a-sociopath-and-how-do-both-differ-from-narcissists
[5] https://www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-a-psychopath-and-a-sociopath-and-how-do-both-differ-from-narcissists
[6] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malignant_narcissism
[7] https://www.healthline.com/health/malignant-narcissism