Tag Archives: personality disorders

Antisocial Personalities: The Unbridled Aggressive Pattern

Unbridled aggressive personalities frequently find themselves in conflict with the the law, commit criminal acts, and spend much of their lives incarcerated.

Aggressive Personalities: The Sub-Types

The inordinate predisposition for aggression lies at the heart of some individuals’ character disturbance and influences every aspect of their growth and development.

Sheen, Madoff, Gibson, and the Phenomenon of our Age

The antics of Charlie Sheen, Bernie Madoff, and Mel Gibson demonstrate why character really does matter. As I state in the title of one of my books, character disturbance is the phenomenon of our age.

Facilitating Change in Irresponsible Characters

The more often they’re held accountable by others, and the more often they’re expected to abandon their typical manipulative tactics for more appropriate behaviors, the more “practiced” [disturbed characters] become at being responsible.

Character Disturbance

Overcoming Misconceptions about Character Disturbance

Many free societies have developed cultures of permissiveness and entitlement prompting far too many persons to enter adulthood not adequately socialized and evidencing profound deficiencies of character, sometimes well past their mid-life years.

Shameless and Guiltless Thinking

A key feature of the most disordered individuals is that they neither care enough nor think enough about how their patterns of behavior reflect on their character.