In general, a personality disorder is the constant pattern of a personal experience and behaviors that greatly differs from the excepted behavior. One form of personality disorder is antisocial personality disorder (APSD).
APSD is best described as the pattern of disregard for others often leading to personal distress or impairment. It has an onset in adolescence or early adulthood with an official diagnosis not given to those below 18. Sometimes, if symptoms persist and are strong a diagnosis may be given before age 15.
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