The anti social personality

The anti social personality :

The anti social personality : This characteristic is characterized by ignoring the obligations and traditions of society, without benefiting from the experience, and on this mistake is repeated many times, and the older the person, the greater the violence and the seriousness of his mistakes, which leads him to fall under the pain of the law.

Therefore, this type of personality disorder is a problem for society as a whole, and although the error is repeated and followed by the punishment, the patient does not    learn or benefit from his previous experiences, including punishment, and this indicates that this

The person suffers from a lack of the “ego” or “judge” function within each individual, which causes the individual to control his or her impulses and desires and achieve them in a proper manner and not at the expense of others.

Due to the loss of feelings towards others, the famous violence, and the rigid indifference to the patient, we find that the patient may be involved in theft or sexual abnormal acts or in the consumption of alcohol or medication and this is repeated which sometimes leads to

Prison entry.

The degree of anxiety and feelings of guilt are weak to the point that they are non-existent, with the individual’s low probability of frustration, and he may blame others with providing deceptive justifications for his behavior.

According to Ahmad Okasha (1118): – “Psychopathology or anti-social behavior is a phenomenon that prevails in today’s world and is a dangerous warning that should not be ignored or lessened, as with the increasing frustrations the individual faces, he may fluctuate.

Its aggressive energies to individuals and groups, which represents a serious threat to the community’s existence against the danger of rupture and bombing inside, in addition to those twisted methods used by individuals with an anti-social character «

Symptoms of antisocial personality disorder:

1- Adel Abdullah Muhammad (1111) stated:

– Anti-social personality disorder is a common pattern for breaking laws and non-compliance with them, and failure to observe the rights of others on the part of the individual since he reached fifteen years of age and this behavior is not limited to periods Schizophrenia or manic episodes. This is evident in at least three of the following symptoms, provided that the age of the individual is not less than eighteen years:

2- Failure to comply with social norms with regard to law enforcement:

such as repeated acts of anti-society that lead to the arrest of the individual by the police such as the destruction of property of others, inconvenience of others, theft, and the occupation of illegal professions.

3- Ease of arousal and aggression:

as evidenced by the fact that an individual enters into numerous quarrels or attacks on others without being required to work or to defend himself or others.

4 – Repeated failure to fulfill financial obligations:

as evidenced by the failure to fulfill the debt or the regular payment of what it takes to support those who depend on them. We also find responsibility as evidenced by the lack of continuity of the individual in any work.

Failure to plan in advance, or impulsivity, as evidenced by at least one or both of the following:

A- Moving from one place to another:

without an agreement on a clear work or goal during the travel period, and the individual has no clear idea of the time when he or she can end such a trip.

 B- The absence of a fixed address for an individual for a month or more :

 There is no honesty in considering the individual as evidenced by the repeated lies on his part, and his use of false names, or deception of others in order to obtain a personal benefit or benefit.

C – recklessness with regard to personal safety or the safety of others.

D – Lack of remorse:

as evidenced by the individual’s feeling of indifference if he mistreated someone, caused him physical pain, or stole it.

As for signs of behavior disorders before the age of fifteen, they consist of a number of symptoms that are evident as follows:

1) Aggression against others and animals: He often bully, threatens and harms others. He often quarrels with others.

2) It uses a weapon that can cause severe severe pain to others. This weapon may be a knife, a pistol, a broken bottle, a brick block, or a stick.

3) Tends to be cruel to others.

4) It also tends to be physically cruel to animals.

5) He steals from his victims in secret and may be armed while carrying out this theft. The weapon may consist of one or more of the above.

  Someone is forced to have sex.

6) Destroying property:

  Intentionally starting fires with the intention of causing serious damage.

  Deliberately destroying others’ property other than setting fire to

7) Deception or theft:

  Break into another person’s home or car.

  They often resort to lying to obtain personal benefits. He also resorted to deceiving others and avoiding obligations.

  He steals items of value without facing the victim, such as stealing from shops without breaking into them, as well as forging counterfeits.

8) Dangerous breach of the rules:

  It is often late nights outside the home despite his parents’ attempts to prevent him from this, until this behavior begins

Causes of anti-social personality disorder:

1- Genetic factor:

There are often anti-social personality disorders in parents of male or female patients.

Studies of twins and adoptive children have supported the hypothesis of the genetic role in this disorder.

2- Social factors:

such as the low economic and social level, the disintegration of family ties, and the spread of drugs.

3- Psychological factors:

such as the promotion of unconscious parents’ anti-social behavior in the child during his developmental stage.

Denial of the mother in the first five years of life. Also, the mother’s treatment is characterized by lack of self-control

The lack of emotion and recklessness may be one of the factors.

4- Nervous system disorder:

A small brain injury that may be behind the bad mood of these children, after observing children with ADHD, where studies have found that 17% of these children will have behavioral disorders in their adolescence, and They are more likely to develop anti-social personality disorder.

Psychotherapy strategies for mental and behavioral disorders and crime:

1- Behavioral Psychotherapy

2- Removing negative links

3- Create new links and promote the desired behavior

4- Environmental and social psychotherapy

5- Cognitive Psychotherapy

prepared by Dr. Fatin Mirza