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Examples Of Antisocial Behaviour
Perhaps depressed?: If you have anti-social characteristics, you may be depressed or lack self-esteem. I need mor info to help me help you. You should see a friendly doctor and get help. You may benefit with talk therapy and/or medicines. I would do a full depression and anxiety screen on you if I saw you in my clinic. Good luck and please get help. There is help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Morality and Mental.:
Both of these conditions can be dangerous and hard to experience.
I would not wish either on anyone.
However, getting good mental health care is vital. Being honest with one's self and being willing to accept counsel and treatment is vital to living healthily.
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Ask questions: Teens can be moody. It is a difficult time for many. But, please think about-- how are things going at home? At school? Is she 'antisocial' with you or with her peers? How is she spending her time? How are her grades? What do her teachers say? Is she keeping up her physical appearance? Is she eating and sleeping well? Does she seem depressed? ...Read more
Disregard for others: I'm wondering if you mean antisocial personality disorder. If a person has this, they would show a long-standing pattern of anti-social attitudes and behaviors, including some of these: 1) lack of guilt, remorse, and care towards others; 2) minimal consideration of social norms and rules; 3) few close relationships; 4) trouble dealing with frustration and anger; and 5) a tendency to blame others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Conduct D/O: Conduct disorder is usually diagnosed in children younger than 18, and may precede antisocial personality disorder in adults. Research studies have shown links between the 2. http://tinyurl.com/pnt5etn both show disregard for the rights of others, lying, disruptive behavior, etc. Conduct disordered kids often bully others, destroy property, etc. Antisocial pd exploits others, lies, steals, etc. ...Read more
Set Clear Boundaries: Set clear boundaries and stick to them. Sometimes these have to be severe, e.g. Not allowing the person in your home. Remember that the usual controls of behavior, like conscience, maybe largely absent and that talking a good line is likely to have little to do with reality so that one has to impose boundaries based on behavior. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Anti-social behavior is behaviour that lacks consideration for others and may cause damage to the society, whether intentionally or through negligence. This is opposed to pro-social behaviour, which is behaviour that helps or benefits the society. ...Read more
Can you tell me when being assessed for antisocial personality, to what extent can one confess thinking/doing reckless things?
Depends: This seems a somewhat odd question. If you are asking about yourself, then you already know how willing or unwilling you are to discuss your thoughts and actions. If you are asking about someone else, it is not possible to make a general prediction. A therapy relationship based on trust and respect (may take some time) would be a prerequisite for anyone to speak openly and honestly. ...Read more
Symptoms: high emotional sensativity andsometimes I am antisocial what are these symptoms of? (these are just a couple symptoms i have)
Options: It could be a mood disorder. It is important to differentiate that from plain depression because effective treatments have become quite good. Of course, it might be something else, but it is worth your time and trouble to see a mental health professional to sort it out. You are young and this could improve the quality of your whole life. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are several : Personality disorders (narcissistic, borderline, obsessive compulsive, sociopathic) with different sets of symptoms. The common denominator is that people with personality disorders are comfortable with their symptoms and do not think there is anything wrong with them. Therefore, it is very hard to treat them. They have little desire to change, DBT can help if they are willing to try. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: I consider "psychopath" to be a person with little to no conscious meaning that the person can exploit and hurt others freely and without remorse. Antisocial pd is a wider term for people (more men) who live in contrary way toward others and society (e.g. Break laws) but could still feel bad or want to change at some point. A portion of those with apd are also psychopaths. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The hallmark of all personality disorders is inflexibility. With that in mind the essential feature of antisocial personality disorder is a pattern of irresponsible and antisocial behavior beginning in childhood or early adolescence and continuing into aduthood.
People with this disorder tend to be irritable and aggressive and to get repeadtedly into physical fights and assaults. ...Read more
Antisocial: Personality disorders are inherent in the person, shaped by earlier experiences & manifested following stressors. For antisocial, there is usually chaotic family upbringing with violence & early history of conduct disorder issues, then substance abuse & antisocial acts as they mature. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Build self esteem: What does antisocial lifestyle in a toddler mean? Toddlers are typically self-centered, and interested in discovering their abilities and limits. Here is a technique that may help: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s5/sh/ed65ea29-9734-429d-a1ed-a6d5c4836749/82b1b1126975c0a8f70bb536f80ff7f4 ...Read more
Personality disorder: This disorder in adults is characterized by impulsiveness, irresponsible and brash behavior, lack of remorse, irritability, aggressiveness, and disregard for social norms and the law. It's the personality disorder associated with criminal offenders (through not all criminals have aspd and vice versa), and can be diagnosed by a psychiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer