pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others
that begins in childhood or early adolescence and continues into
adulthood. To the sufferer of this disorder, other people are regarded
as weak and deserving of being taken advantage of; they are seen
as objects to be manipulated. A common misconception is that those
with antisocial personality disorder have poor social skills, but
this is incorrect - they simply have no respect or desire to abide
by social norms.
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Personality Disorder - Individuals with an Antisocial
Personality Disorder show a lack of concern
toward the expectations and rules of society and usually frequently
become involved in at least minor violations of the law.
Personality Disorder APD and the Serial Bully - I estimate that
around 1 person in 30 (approximately 2 million) in the UK exhibits
the profile of the serial bully whose behaviour is congruent with
many of the diagnostic criteria for Antisocial Personality Disorder.
Some serial bullies meet sufficient clinical criteria to merit the
label psychopath.Not Rated
Personality Disorder: Treatment, Management and Prevention - Antisocial
personality disorder is the name given to a condition that affects
a person's thoughts, emotions and behaviour. Antisocial means behaving
in a way that is disruptive to, and may be harmful to, other people.
The advice in the NICE guideline covers: The care, treatment and support
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