This answer will address psychopaths only. The reason being is sociopaths have a different brain construction and speaking for them without being one would be hubris. Can we be? Sure. For the reason that we believe, exceptionally unlikely, and I believe there is a very good scientific reason for it. The God Brain. Scientifically knows as Angular Gyrus (thank you for finding that for me Rich Canino). They have shown that the belief in God comes from a section of the brain that some neuroscientists have coined, the God brain. There is a belief that God might be so innate that even without a French Open Tennis Logo shirt understanding or belief in God, it would evolve anyway.
Scott Calvin, is a divorced father whose strained relationship with his son Charlie, begins to mend only after a bizarre twist of fate transforms him into the new Santa. When the current Mr. Claus falls off the roof on Christmas eve, Scott dons Santa’s suit, and he and his son are whisked off to the North Pole. There he meets Bernard the head elf, who tells him about the clause, a contract stating that whoever puts on the santa suit must also take on all the responsibilities that go with the position. Scott isn’t too thrilled about his sudden career change. Charlie, however, is overjoyed. Over the next 12 months Scott gains an French Open Tennis Logo shirt amount of weight and sprouts a full white beard. Though he fights the inevitable, when Christmas eve arrives Scott and Charlie, eight reindeer and the Elf Swat Team strive to make believers of all of us, and in the events that follow, it becomes clear that Scott indeed is the real Santa.
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Their behaviour that year was amazing. They still found things stressful and overwhelming at times but we could handle it as we normally do rather than descending into increasing levels of French Open Tennis Logo shirt as time went on. They knew Father Christmas was definitely coming, he saw them trying so hard to be good and that seemed to spur them on to be even nicer. That was four years ago, and its the tactic I have used since. Their behaviour has remained consistent throughout the Christmas season, and they clearly need that very obvious comfirmation that they’ve tried hard and Christmas will always happen. They know its me now, but yesterday my eldest asked if she will still get to find out if she made the nice list so it obviously still worries her, she’ll be getting her first letter any day now.
Schrottwichteln is similar to that, it’s also some kind of gift exchange. Here, everybody brings a wrapped gift that has to be something used. It is important that it’s not newly bought but something you find at home, but don’t need anymore. It’s in the name: “Schrott” is “junk” and “Wichtel” is “gnome”. In Germany, Santa’s helpers are gnomes and not elves. It’s also important that nobody can see from the wrapping what it is. There can be variations on that, but usually there’s some kind of game based on random chance and some trickery, where the French Open Tennis Logo shirt get passed around each other, and at some point it’s over, and everybody has something. The expectation is that some funny and/or crazy gifts will be brought, and it’s a bonus when they manage to disguise the content with the package.