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Oren Franz

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I read in some of my medical and IEP records and found out that I showed symptom of Conduct Disorder Unspecified, but I don't quite understand what it means.
 

Oren Franz

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It's just that I developed empathy and remorse on time, but was reported for having Conduct Disorder Unspecified for being odd, eccentric and a bit antisocial, and sometimes consistently was in trouble most of the time, and some of my former elementary school teachers complained about my behaviors in my IEP records.
 

Judge

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It's just that I developed empathy and remorse on time, but was reported for having Conduct Disorder Unspecified for being odd, eccentric and a bit antisocial, and sometimes consistently was in trouble most of the time, and some of my former elementary school teachers complained about my behaviors in my IEP records.

One thing we all unfortunately have to deal with when interacting with medical professionals is the possibility of subjective- and capricious assessments of ourselves which may- or may not be all that accurate. Yet if and when they are made a matter of record, it is us- not them who must live with it, whether accurate or not.
 

Oren Franz

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One thing we all unfortunately have to deal with when interacting with medical professionals is the possibility of subjective- and capricious assessments of ourselves which may- or may not be all that accurate.


Although breaking social norms is a symptom of Conduct Disorder, it's also a symptom of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Communication Disorders or any neurodevelopmental and neurogenic disorders that includes limited, poor or lack theory of mind.
 

Matthias

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I read in some of my medical and IEP records and found out that I showed symptom of Conduct Disorder Unspecified, but I don't quite understand what it means.

Conduct Disorder is a label quacks give to children who misbehave. It's most likely caused by bad parenting and emotional neglect. It's easier and more profitable to blame the child than deal with the hysteria of mothers who are too stubborn and arrogant to listen to someone tell them they are the reason their children misbehave.
 

Oren Franz

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One thing we all unfortunately have to deal with when interacting with medical professionals is the possibility of subjective- and capricious assessments of ourselves which may- or may not be all that accurate. Yet if and when they are made a matter of record, it is us- not them who must live with it, whether accurate or not.

Conduct Disorder is a label quacks give to children who misbehave. It's most likely caused by bad parenting and emotional neglect. It's easier and more profitable to blame the child than deal with the hysteria of mothers who are too stubborn and arrogant to listen to someone tell them they are the reason their children misbehave.

It doesn't have to be emotional neglect, it can also be caused by genetic, environmental factors, and/ or both.
 

Oren Franz

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Do you really need Conduct Disorder to have Antisocial Personality Disorder?

I think that you can develop Antisocial Personality Disorder without Conduct Disorder, if you were in a bad environment or had neurogenic or mental disorder that has the same symptoms as Antisocial Personality Disorder.
 

Oren Franz

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Am I really defiant? I don't mean to sound like that I have Oppositional Defiant disorder, but I am against authority, but only if authorities are wrong.
 

Judge

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Only you or a professional examining you can really answer such a thing.

Though it seems to me that for one to have such a condition would reflect having lived a very difficult life, as such a condition can ultimately have consequences into adulthood well beyond social difficulties. Translating into adults with an inability to maintain employment and a likelihood of being in trouble with the law or military establishment. Possibly leading to periods of imprisonment.

Being at odds with people in general is one thing. Being at odds with authority figures is quite another.

 
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From what you briefly explain, I wouldn’t garner such an idea.. maybe if I knew more I might come to that conclusion but opposing authority when you believe authority to be wrong, is in fact a proper human response i believe.. now that doesn’t give permission to accost or even verbally assault a figure of authority if you intended to convey extreme opposition.. rather it’s worth asking for a supervisor or other ranked figure above to call into question.. there is no harm in calling attention to what you believe is falsely accounted, in a professional or respectful manner but ultimately I agree with Judge, that’s for professional(s) to sort out as it can be rather fickle business sorting what is and is not and helping to narrow down what might be the case.
 

Oren Franz

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Could it be possible that I might have severe Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

I have:

* History of long-term delusions of grandeur

* Haughty

* Arrogant

* History of being abusive

* Childish empathy and remorse

* Envy others better than me

* Pathological jealousy on people who are much better than me

Could it be that I got that from my former bullies? I was bullied for lacking social skills, was called "Stupid", "Loser" and "Idiot" for that in elementary school, and I asked my former elementary school teachers why and they said that I deserved it, because I was strange and lacked social skills at that time.
 
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