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Reputation-defending antisocial behavior includes varying degrees of narcissism.
Risk-taking antisocial behavior includes histrionic symptoms, or excessive attention-seeking behaviors.
For instance, Theodore Millon, an American psychologist who specialized in personality disorders, identified five different subtypes of antisocial disorder, including covetous, reputation-defending, risk-taking, nomadic, and malevolent manifestations.
Covetous antisocial individuals feel that life has not given them their due.
It actually obstructs true sexual intimacy in marriage.
It doesn't matter if he figures out where he's going wrong or not; the point is that you're still making a difference by not participating or enabling, and by having a backbone.A recent study by psychologists at Virginia’s James Madison University found that college students hooked up nearly twice as often as they went on real dates.While that finding might not be surprising to most students, here’s the kicker: in the same study, the majority of students (both male and female) said that given the choice, they’d prefer traditional dating. So this week’s “You Speak” asks: “Do you prefer dating or hooking up?” Pleasure tonight, sorrow for years Having watched the tragic dance of promiscuity in the thirty years since my own degree, I have to say the “real dating” students are on to something. The damages of sex outside of marriage aren’t visible to the young while they are incurring them.But treating another person – and your own self – like an object of pleasure hollows you out.