So this is just a question i been thinking about lately.
There may be little doubt that there is something mentally wrong with
mass shooters for instance, but what about just one murder? Can a mentally stable be driven to murder someone?
They aren't insane depressed, deranged, have some kind of dimentia or what have you. They are for all intents and purposes normal. Can that person be driven to murder?
not self defense either.
Most Helpful Girl
Yes i believe that is true. I am not an aggressive person at all and i hate any sort of violence or injustice, but if anyone murdered my nieces or nephews i think i would be capable of killing whoever harmed them. I love my nieces and nephews as my own kids , they look on me as their second mum. So i think i would be driven to kill anyone who harmed them.0
Most Helpful Guy
I believe every mentally healthy human being, is a good person. No, I'm not spouting this because I'm a humanitarian or whatever.
Everyone has their reasons for doing something. Even the Nazis sacrificed some thing or another to be part of a cause greater than their own. However, I believe that people are susceptible to emotions both good/bad, that have the tendency to cloud their better judgement. Often times, a person at their breaking point is no longer able to overcome them, and snaps. Doesn't mean that they won't be horrified after finding out what they did.0