Characteristics Of Someone With A Psychopath?
I have a partner who does everything too much when he feels that he likes him well, but if he experiences things he doesn’t like he is louder, emotionally high and excessive
Thank you for the question.
Basically the medical world is not officially familiar with the term psychopath, but doctors usually refer to it as part of an antisocial personality disorder. This disorder itself does not have a definite cause, but there are several factors that can trigger the occurrence of this disorder, namely genetic influences, traumatic experiences of childhood, and socio-economic factors and family factors, and can also with drug abuse. This is usually more often found in men than women, and even this condition can begin to be discovered in childhood.
This disorder results in a person not having moral values or empathy in himself, and often people with this disorder appear normal and only become a problem when it has caused adverse effects for themselves and others, or even involved in legal issues. The following things can appear in this personality disorder so that the following are the characteristics of this disorder:
Rarely show emotions, such as shame or guilt. Not introspective, too confident, and often lies. Manipulative and have a high sense of selfish. Have no future plans. Not responsible for his mistakes or blame others. In children can appear cruel behavior towards animals, explosive anger, do not want to get along, and like to intimidate. You can take your partner to a psychiatrist to determine if there is such a personality disorder in your partner, so that the doctor can evaluate and carry out appropriate treatment if needed.
Hope this information helps.