076 Personality Disorder – Antisocial

Executive summary: The generalization of “reverse formation” defenses.

The two-dimensional characteristic of type 11 personality disorder is that the internal integration dynamic level is abnormally high, but the penetration threshold of the consciousness channel is relatively low, which is not enough to restrict the forcible penetration of intentional forces, which is manifested by completely ignoring social norms and ignoring the feelings of others. And the interests, ignoring the terrible consequences.

Because the high dynamics of the 11-type type requires developmental time, the incidence of antisocial personality disorder is relatively late (after 15 years old).

The “reverse formation” mechanism is fully utilized in anti-social personality disorder, and the internal motivation is forcibly integrated with the desire of high-intensity lack of restriction, thus avoiding the “separation” of consciousness activities. In such a process, there is absolutely no room for sensation, and patients are therefore comfortable with their own misconduct. This feature is not yet apparent in conduct disorder (the antisocial personality disorder).

There are two ways to improve the 11-dimensional two-dimensional imbalance of antisocial personality disorder. One is to increase feedback and the other is to reduce motivation.

For example, parents’ efforts to strengthen their influence and monitoring of children, as well as intensified punishment and environmental pressures (such as mutual supervision and care between neighbours) are effective means to alleviate the anti-social obstacles.

In addition, by improving family relationships (avoiding stress) and reducing patient contact with offending peers, the patient’s level of desire can be reduced, thereby significantly reducing antisocial behavior.

077 Personality Disorder – Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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