Symptom: Antisocial Behavior

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Antisocial Behavior

Antisocial behavior is characterized by inappropriate actions when around other people in social situations. People exhibiting antisocial behavior don't recognize generally accepted rights of other people, rules, or laws. Antisocial behavior can include lying, manipulative behaviors, and impulsive behaviors. Antisocial behavior can be a sign of antisocial personality disorder, which may cause a person to behave aggressively or express hostility on social situations. Other signs of antisocial behavior can include destructive behaviors and a defiant attitude. People with antisocial behavior typically don't feel guilty about their behavior, and don't take responsibility for their actions. Antisocial behavior in young children may help to predict delinquent and inappropriate behaviors in the teenage years.

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    Epilepsy

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I want to crawl in a hole and stay there. I am so affraid of not being able to hold an intellegent conversation because of my memory loss I want to just say good bye and never come back.1/23/2012 at 02:37 PM
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Last updated on Mar 26 2012 at 12:44
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