If you're not causing distress to yourself or others around you, there's no basis for diagnosing a Disorder.
Yurippe wrote:Also, you can have the underlying emotional deficit that encompasses psychopathy (genetic version) but not have the Disorder. For instance, jomp, me and a few others would be sub-clinical at this point for not causing as much trouble anymore. Do you think it makes any sense to say someone is DISORDERED just because they have a different mindset even if they get ahold of the troublesome behavior?
Demon wrote:I can understand being sub-clinical at jomp's age because the behavioral aspect of AsPD tends to decrease with age, but aren't you only in your late teens or early 20's?
crystal_richardson_ wrote:OMG FUKING PHONE STOP RINGING
crystal_richardson_ wrote:Female Aspd tend to be less impulsive, less *overtly* aggressive than men, which means they are less likely to run into the system.
In other words, psychopathy expresses itself slightly different in females.
and how this would not preclude psychopathy at a young age for a women vis-a-vis men.
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