I’m going to be the last person to talk about this. This definition isn’t accurate and it’s not why I’m here. I’ll get to the reason why.
The two terms that describe people are socially or asocial. Im a social person, i don’t mind being social, i just don’t like people. But i hate it when people who don’t like me are my friends.
Asocial people are asocial. Social people are social. It’s like the difference between a friend and a person who just wants to be friends. I guess that makes it an asocial person. I think that is why im here.
Asocial people just hate social people. Being a social person isnt something to be ashamed of, its something to embrace. We all have friends and we all have family. Why are we asocial? Its because we are social. Because we get along with people. We get along with other people. We socialize. We interact socially. Its how we show off our personalities. We act social. Its how we act.
I think that makes it an antisocial person. Some people are antisocial because they hate social interaction. Thats one of the things that i’d want to change. Its because i don’t like being in a room with other people. It makes me feel like I’m not part of the group. I feel like I’m not part of the group. I’m only here as an observer.
It’s a common misconception that antisocial people are the same as social offenders. Social offenders tend to show up at social events, but they don’t generally expect to be there. Social offenders have a way of not being liked or accepted for who they are. That’s antisocial behavior, not a characteristic of social offenders.
People who are antisocial are often people who don’t feel like they belong in the group. If the group is a place they feel comfortable in, then they don’t feel like they belong. A common example of this is people who are antisocial and only come to events because they feel like they have to.
The opposite is also true. An antisocial individual is someone who does not feel comfortable in the group. They are out to hurt others, not to be in the group. There are antisocial behavior patterns that are more common in people with mental illness, and some are very common. For example, the antisocial personality disorder has been found in people who suffer from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and borderline personality disorder.
I’m not a psychiatrist, but I’m pretty sure that most antisocial behavior is a result of trauma. Trauma can lead to any number of things from violent rage to depression to just being a jerk to others. I’m sure there are people who do all sorts of awful things just by accident but who don’t even realize it. It would be like the guy who gets drunk and falls down in the street and breaks his leg.
I am not the only one who sees antisocial behavior as a result of trauma. Psychologists are starting to try to determine the underlying causes. For example, a study of violent offenders from the National Institute of Justice found that the antisocial behaviors weren’t the result of trauma, but of extreme drug use.