Affectivity

A disinhibitory syndrome is an essential feature, characterized by an impaired control of impulses and a reduced ability to anticipate the negative consequences of behaviour. Antisocial individuals are egocentric and unable to feel genuine guilt and remorse, and, like neglected children, they exhibit intense and persistent anger that is expressed as a reproach towards various subjects, including the self. They are intolerant of any increase in anxiety without developing additional symptoms or pathological behaviours, and have an incapacity for reflective mourning or sadness. Frequent suicide threats and attempts are also common, as is somatic preoccupation.

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