Most young children have sociopathic-esque tendencies: self-centeredness, lack of empathy, lack of consideration for others, dominant primal emotions, etc.
Meanwhile, the sociopath is undergoing his own changes.
The sociopath is gaining a greater understanding of self.
I imagine that most people fall somewhere in the middle with an interest in one and a mild indifference for the other.
For the INFJ types out there, here are interpretations of 12 different versions of the INFJ personality based on the 12 zodiac star signs.
When the sociopath learns that he is the only one like him, it can be disappointing.
It can be exhilarating too, but it will always be lonely.
After the sociopath acquires greater self knowledge and self mastery, he may still be unaware that he is different.
Instead, he may assume that other humans have just completed their own similar transformation.
This is understandable since your zodiac sign is determined by your date of birth (something you had no control over) whereas your Myers Briggs type is determined by your self-determined preferences.
There is little to no science supporting a cosmic influence on one’s personality except for a few studies showing that people with certain mental disorders such as schizophrenia tend to be born in winter months (especially February).
This is a question I have been getting a lot recently.