“Criminals claim they were rejected by parents, neighbors, schools and employers, but rarely does a criminal say why he was rejected…”
This is true for more than just criminals, isn’t it?
Samenow goes on about how a criminal might be sneaky and defiant, even as a young child. They may lie and steal and go out of their way to make life unbearable for the people around them. The criminal rejects the parents (and the kids in the neighborhood who act responsibly, etc.), long before he or she is shut out.
Not surprisingly, this book was written in 1984. People don’t often think like this today, preferring to feel compassion and make excuses for the perpetrator over the victim in many cases.
Saturn was in Scorpio when this book was published.
Here’s a question for you:
Think of the last time you were rejected.
Why were you rejected?