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Antisocial personality disorder is best understood within the context of the broader category of personality disorders.

Antisocial personality disorder is characterized by a pattern of disregard for and violation of the rights of others. The diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder is not given to individuals under the age of 18 but is given only if there is a history of some symptoms of conduct disorder before age 15.

The symptoms of antisocial personality disorder can vary in severity. The more egregious, harmful, or dangerous behavior patterns are referred to as sociopathic or psychopathic. There has been much debate as to the distinction between these descriptions. Sociopathy is chiefly characterized as something severely wrong with one's conscience; psychopathy is characterized as a complete lack of conscience regarding others. Some professionals describe people with this constellation of symptoms as "stone cold" to the rights of others. Complications of this disorder include imprisonment, drug abuse, and alcoholism.

People with this illness may seem charming on the surface, but they are likely to be irritable and aggressive as well as irresponsible. They may have numerous somatic complaints and perhaps attempt suicide. Due to their manipulative tendencies, it is difficult to tell whether they are lying or telling the truth.

**Antisocial personality disorder is much more common in males than in females.**

(According to Psychology Today)
Person with ASPD: fuck off, I'm not a psychopath or sociopath
Doctor: ma'am, all the signs are there. Now, when should we start our me-
Person with ASPD: fuck you, I'm getting a cigarette.
by Atropa Belladonna January 08, 2019
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