nobody ever cuts you a break. You're released from prison
after three years, and nobody comes to pick you up. What
do they expect you to do, walk home?
look around and notice a cup of money on the sidewalk next
to a beggar sleeping nearby. Hey, if that drunk's going
to pass out and not watch his cup, he deserves to have it
stolen. It's like he wants to give it away. No wonder he's
you take the money, which is enough to buy some weed at
the corner. You make your way to a subway station, where
you decide to jump the turnstile even though you still have
more than enough money to pay for a ride. You should have
looked around first, because a cop is standing just around
the corner. You quickly drop the joint and run.
chapter covers the following topics:
Refers to a Particularly Dangerous Antisocial Personality
Traits Involve Intentional Cruelty to Others
Does Antisocial Personality Evolve?
to Cope with Antisocial Behavior
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Fifty Signs of Mental Illness: A Guide to Understanding
Yale University Press / New Haven and London
Copyright © 2005 by James Whitney Hicks
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