Like the superheroes and villains in comic books, most of us go through a traumatic experience that steers us in one direction or another. Some of us—four percent of the population, according to some estimates—become sociopaths. These are people who are thought of as antisocial, manipulative, and who most believe lack a conscience. B. Steve Ross, who grew up in a troubled home, has been living with sociopathy for decades, and he explores how he became one in this honest account of what it’s like to live with the condition. He explains how some people are more genetically inclined to become a sociopath than others, and how to spot a sociopath when you come across one. Despite being a sociopath, Ross has proudly served in the U.S. Navy, enjoyed a thriving career as a master electrician, has been married for thirty years, and is the loving father of two incredible children. Find out how he’s done it, and re-evaluate your assumptions about sociopaths by entering his Alternate Reality.