Very good points, and she just isn't a psychopath. I have considered C-PTSD, and maybe an introverted intuitive framework, which might be a rare typology like only a small percentage of the wider community. She is creative by nature, and hopeless at decent quality conning and lying. If she had been a psychopath, she would have killed him cleanly and efficiently probably whilst he was asleep, closed the door and left. What we see though, is red blooded emotionality and passion all over the floors walls and bathroom. It's not a cold blooded hit of a psychopath in any way. Lots of different things could be the precursors of current presenting issues, sexual abuse, domestic violence, sexism, racism, oppression, misrepresentation, depression anxiety what ever it is... I still view her as depressed anxious and suicidal, not like ASPD at all, they are truly frightening, and couldn't give two hoots, just bring on more exciting risks. I just don't get that from her, and I think she is numb and medicated. She is without a doubt misunderstood, and we still have no agreement and still think it's ok to kill her. I don't. The thought of killing someone unwell, or even autistic is very unsettling to others possibly in the same position, and is totally stigmatising and discriminatory. None off us are totally infallible, and psychology originating from philosophy is not a hard science. So it could be 50/50 either way from many angles including sociology, feminism, meta-modernism, phenomenology, eco-systems theories, dialectical theories existentialism etc. So why only psychology, when each equally informs the other?