Since going through another bout of PTSD and depression, I try hard not to watch shows that will make me feel worse. I felt restless so I turned on 48 hours and watched the story of Todd Kohlhepp, the serial killer that murdered 7 people in South Carolina. Todd's mother Reggie was interviewed by the press, asking her all kinds of questions about him. Reggie was defending him and also she was horrified at what he had done. The love for him poured out of her and the disgust did too, she died shortly afterwards. I read the comments on the story and was appaulled. Todd was born a psychopath and no amount of help, therapy, drugs or counseling would help him. Reggie was an outstanding woman in the community, giving, loving and rescued animals. The public was awful to Reggie, saying she should of done more, and it was her fault for bringing someone like him into the world. Reggie did the best that she knew how. She did all she could for him, she did not just ignore the problem. I have had very angry parents call me about things my daughter has done. I have been told off and talked ugly to. I know I did not ignore the problem, I did my best, I spend thousands of dollars, time, and gas putting my life on hold, making sure no stone was unturned. I tried, I tried very hard to set her straight, she was raised in the Church, she was a youth leader, we tried to give her a moral compass, we tried hard, both my husband and me. I walk around broken and pale from the grief my daughter causes. I want to hide somewhere and not talk to anyone. My friends have a scared look on their face when they see me. My heart aches for Reggie. I wanted to hug her and give her support. I wanted to explain to people what a psychopath is and the damage they cause. I should say the damge IT causes because they are truly void of a conscious and demonic. My heart aches for the good people that have given birth to a bad seed. It is almost an unbearable road. These parents that give birth to psychopaths that do horrible things, where do they go for support? They can't really talk about the crimes because of being shunned. My deepest prayers go to people like Reggie, a beautiful contributing member of society, with a deep love for animals and she happened to carry the bad seed.