Antisocial Behavioral Disorder
Essay title: Antisocial Behavioral Disorder
Anti-Social Personality Disorder
The sociopath is a combination of other mental illnesses that are incurred in childhood as a result of heredity, trauma, and the lack of emotional development. The child that will eventually be a sociopath exhibits certain feelings inside that they are inadequate, shamed and because of that they are teased and made fun of. The child characteristics of a future sociopath usually consist of being incapable of following the rules. The child in suspect may do any or all of the following; skip school, bully, steal, torment animals, or run away from home. The child is also likely to develop Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. At an earlier age than their peer group the child may also begin smoking, drinking, doing drugs, and/or having sexual relations. By law, children under the age of 18 can not be labeled a sociopath.
The Psychopath is defined in the dictionary as a person suffering from an especially severe mental disorder with aggressive antisocial behavior. There are many characteristics of psychopathic behavior that are common but in some cases they may be unusual or non-typical. A sociopath gets great gratification in the act of hurting someone for absolutely no reason. The behavior of a sociopath is so close to normal it is extremely hard to diagnose. A sociopath is a person that acts against society and their sole purpose it seems is to act against the laws of the given land their end. The sociopath will in most cases become violent and abuse drugs and alcohol to facilitate the violent behavior. The violence in many cases is the result of sub-conscious decisions that usually result in careless acts which inevitably hurt others.
The lack of moral development lets the person feel no guilt or pain for what they did and quite possibly feel great about their actions. A sociopath has little self regard for themselves and pays
little attention to their own personal safety when picking fights. Quite often they will be outsized and get hurt. Some sociopaths are non-violent and stay out of prison by doing small crimes like
swindling and insurance fraud. It is possible that a sociopath will come from a normal home but their are more that do not. A sociopath has the opposite morals of society and by doing things like beating up people that are stronger than them they feel like they did something positive. A psychopath is very reactive and will blow their cool because of little things and no doubt assault the person they are reacting to. There is a possibility that serotonin a chemical that is linked to behavior has something to do with the disorder but is not the major cause. The type 2 male sociopath drinks heavily no matter what, has a history of frequent fights and arrests, they are impulsive risk takers, curious, excitable, quick tempered, optimistic and independent.
* be glib or superficial
* have a grandiose self image
* be deceitful or manipulative
* lack of remorse
* lack of empathy
* be impulsive
* be irresponsible
* be easily angered or frustrated
* have serious problems as a child or teenager
* shows callous unconcern from others feelings
* disregard social norms or the rights of other people
* be unable to maintain enduring relationships
* be incapable of experiencing guilt
* blame others or rationalize antisocial behavior
* be constantly irritable
The antisocial tends to have short lasting relationships if they are capable of having a relationship. The psychopath is incapable of having long lasting, close, warm and responsible relationships with people. The adult will habitually lie and cannot hold a job for long. The sociopath can seem charming in superficial social interactions but repeatedly hurt, anger, exploit, cheat, rob, harass or injure them. The actions a psychopath no matter what laws they break, whoever they hurt, whatever trouble they have to deal with they do not feel bad. When a sociopath is punished they have no feeling of regret because