Frequently Asked Questions

What is Antisocial Personality Disorder, Sociopath, and Psychopath?

This is a great question because people often confuse the term "Antisocial" and "Asocial". Asocial is a person who avoids other people and may have few friends. The Antisocial person is quite different. They tend to be charismatic, albeit sometimes egocentric, and enjoy being the center of attention. In fact, they think they are entitled to it. Other traits include:
  • Repeated criminal acts
  • Deceitfulness
  • Impulsiveness
  • Repeated fights or assaults
  • Disregard for the safety of others
  • Irresponsibility
  • Lack of remorse

 It is important to note that this is one of the most accurately diagnosed personality disorders. It is also the most difficult to treat.
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  1. So, what steps or ideas do you think I can take to prove this. Any idea on how I can get a hold of her evaluation and have a different psychologist score it. I feel that the last one did a last minute rush job. It had numerous grammatical errors and was faxed to the court house the morning of the trial. So I need to see how I can get a copy. Strictly for the court case im putting together.

    1. in most states,psychological records are protected. SOME have a law that waives this privilege. You will probably need to subpoena and motion the court. I would look at your states appellate website for cases when this was included. In my situation, my lawyer requested it as a part of discovery and the opposing attorney gave it up without a fight.

  2. Samantha,
    I am in the middle of mediation with a high functioning narcissistic sociopath. Fearful of court due to his extreme ability to manipulate, currently we are on grounds where he may have the kids three days a week and I four. What is your living situation/time sharing with your child?
    I am in a 50/50 state and my attorney believes if we fight I could get the kids for less time. Our children are toddlers and I fear more time with their father will undo all the good I have tried so hard to instill.
    Should I fight him in court regardless or accept the 60/40% agreement and see what unfolds with time? I am sick to my stomach and need any and all advise.
    Thank you. F

    1. Now you got me scared.I live in Was. I didn't know that they even did 50/50 with young kids.

  3. FIGHT - Be prepared. If your children are young, they will probably be "in his way" quickly. "It is easy to tell what is right. What is difficult to discern is "almost right". God be with you.