Saturday, July 9, 2016

Tales of Conduct Disorder

Conduct disorder is childhood antisocial personality disorder. Its features are selfishness, fearlessness, lack of remorse unless the person is suffering personal punishment, impulsivity, lack of empathy, inability to learn from consequences. Other than that, they may be very intelligent. They have social skills in the form of manipulating people to get what they want. They are precocious in their social development. They party like people 10 years older. The crime meter starts to spin fast around age 3. Everyone, including fellow preschoolers knows who they are by then.

You have to wait for or go to the end of the recording to learn of the motivation for the car chase of this 12 year old girl.

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