Is President Trump's fascism out of control? Why do powerful men masturbate in front of women? When do sexual cravings turn into sexual harassment? Are people just evil or horribly impulsive? People are not evil. But they do exhibit evil behavior. Evil Inside Us: Dangers of No Impulse Control addresses the sheer threat to self and others when you give into everything you want. Indulgence is more than gluttony. Indulgence is instant gratification. You indulge in urges or impulses for personal gain. But the effects can be apocalyptic. It can create monstrous and selfish behaviors that can disrupt jobs, friendships, partner relationships, daily routines, sexual habits and the government. Over-indulgers are addicts, aggressors, bullies, rule-violators and authoritarians, all of whom revel in stampeding on innocent victims. These victims become collateral casualties of callously insensitive indulgers, who dream big but act small, speak loud but say little, and inside are pure narcissists.
This audiobook follows the principles of applied behavior analysis and behavioral systems to survey the three main areas drastically affected by urge-indulgence. The first area explored is why impulsive people are so unhappy and how this corrupts communication in marriages or partner relationships. The second area explored is how impulsiveness fosters anger and completely ruins friendships or parents' relationships with their children. The third area explored is how outwardly good people have evil or selfish impulses. Find out why sex habits spin out of control and lead to public masturbation and gross improprieties. What motivates powerful men in Capital Hill, Hollywood, Silicon Valley and the News Media to harass women? Exposed is the hypocrisy of impulsive people who act morally or politically righteous to hide their own debauchery. The audiobook ends with a spotlight on the travesty of President Donald Trump, the worst example of impulsiveness.