How to Protect Yourself From Antisocial Deviants Part 2

How to Protect Yourself From Antisocial Deviants Part 2

Today we’ll examine the 12 attributes of the Antisocial Deviant Personality so that you can better identify and protect yourself from these types of individuals. The antisocial deviant personality has the following attributes:

1. He or she habitually speaks in very broad generalities. “Everybody thinks...” “Everyone knows...” “Everybody is saying…” and similar expressions are in continual use by these types of individuals, particularly when imparting vicious rumor. When asked specifically, “Who is everybody,” it normally turns out to be one source, and from this one source the antisocial deviant has manufactured what he or she pretends is the opinion of the entire society. This is natural to them since to them all society is a large hostile generality, against the antisocial deviant in particular.

2. Such a person deals almost exclusively in bad news, critical or hostile remarks, invalidation, and general suppression of the truth. “Gossip,” “bearer of bad tidings,” “rumormonger,” “talebearer,” and “busybody” once described such persons. It is especially notable that there is no good news or complimentary remark passed on by such a person.

3. The antisocial deviant intentionally alters, to worsen, communication when he or she relays a message or news. Good news is stopped, and only bad news, usually embellished, is passed along. Such a person also pretends to pass on “bad news,” which is in actual fact invented by the antisocial deviant himself or herself to make someone else look bad.

4. A characteristic, and one of the sad things about an antisocial deviant personality, is that it does not respond to treatment or reform.

5. Surrounding such a deviant personality we find emotionally weak, cowardly, or ill-advised associates or friends who, when not driven actually insane, are yet behaving in a crippled manner in life, almost always failing, and never succeeding. Such people enjoy making trouble for others.

When treated or educated, the near associate of the antisocial deviant has no stability of their own, but promptly relapses or loses the advantages of knowledge he or she has gained, when once again under the suppressive influence and control of the antisocial deviant. Physically treated, such associates of the antisocial deviant commonly do not recover in the expected time but worsen and have poor convalescences. It is quite useless to attempt to treat or help or train such persons so long as they remain under the influence of the antisocial deviant.

The largest number of insane people are insane because of such antisocial connections and do not recover easily for the same reason. Unjustly, we seldom see the antisocial deviant personality actually in an institution. Only his “friends” and “family” are there.

6. The antisocial deviant personality habitually selects the wrong target as the focus of his or her hatred. For example, if a tire is flat as the result of driving over nails, he or she often curses at a companion or a non-related source of the trouble. If the television next door is too loud, he or she kicks the dog or cat. If A is the obvious and only cause, the antisocial deviant inevitably blames B or C or D.

7. The antisocial deviant cannot finish anything. Any given project goes through a sequence wherein it is begun, is continued for as long as is required, refined, and is finally completed as planned. The antisocial deviant becomes surrounded with incomplete projects that are never finished.

8. Many antisocial persons will freely confess to the most alarming crimes (very common with serial killers) when forced to do so, but will have not the faintest sense of guilt or responsibility for them. (Adolf Eichmann was a good example of this.) Their actions have little or nothing to do with their own volition. According to them, things “just happened.” Or they were “just carrying out orders.” They have no sense of personal liability and particularly cannot feel any sense of remorse or shame as the result of their actions.

9. The antisocial deviant personality supports only destructive groups, organizations, and causes that often focus on having a particular “scapegoat” and rages against and attacks any constructive or betterment group.

10. This type of deviant personality wholeheartedly approves only of angry, extreme, and destructive actions and fights against any and all constructive or helpful actions or activities. The “free thinking” artist or writer in particular is often found as a magnet for persons with antisocial deviant personalities who see in his or her art or books something that they can blame and must be destroyed and covertly, “as a friend,” proceed to try.

11. Helping others is an activity that drives the antisocial deviant personality nearly berserk or insane. Activities, however, which destroy in the name of “help” are wholeheartedly supported and endorsed.

12. The antisocial deviant personality routinely manipulates his or her associates through guilt and threatens them with revealing personal information about them. This is especially true when the associate tries to leave the relationship.

Bottom line: we have all had to deal with antisocial deviant personalities as is obvious from the above list. As a matter of self-protection, it would be wise to sever all ties with this type of personality.

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