Sociopath Test: Do I Have Antisocial Personality Disorder!

  • Question of

    In social situations are you?

    • Really shy
    • Confident and opinionated
    • The center of attention
    • Mixing with everyone
  • Question of

    How good are you at using language?

    • I’m okay, I’m not the best speaker but I get by just fine.
    • I love to make speeches and tell people what I think.
    • I’m a confident speaker, and I sometimes get irritated when people don’t listen.
    • I hate speaking in public it makes me nervous.
  • Question of

    If a friend gets a job that you wanted, how do you feel?

    • I get emotional; I’m so happy for them.
    • I’m pleased they deserve it.
    • I would have been the better person for the job.
    • I’m angry, that job should have been mine.
  • Question of

    Have you ever lied to get what you want?

    • All the time I’m good at it.
    • Never, it’s wrong to lie.
    • On several occasions, it was necessary.
    • Occasionally, I didn’t exactly tell the truth.
  • Question of

    Are your always right?

    • Of course, and I make it known.
    • Yes, but I don’t always argue about it.
    • I can always see the other person’s point of view.
    • Sometimes I am, sometimes I’m not.
  • Question of

    What type of romantic relationships do you have?

    • Concise ones, I like to concentrate on myself.
    • Very intense ones, I fall in love easily.
    • Average I’d say, some fun, some arguing, sometimes love.
    • I’ve had relationships, but I’ve never been in love.
  • Question of

    Do you ever take risks?

    • No, I’m risk-averse.
    • I’ll take a risk if I think it’s going to get me what I want.
    • I’ll do anything that I want; I don’t see any risk.
    • I take the occasional calculated risk; it makes life interesting.
  • Question of

    Are you manipulative?

    • Yes, isn’t everyone?
    • If the situation warrants it.
    • I don’t even know what that means.
    • I may have been on the odd occasion.
  • Question of

    Do you control your anger?

    • I don’t get angry.
    • Most of the time.
    • I try, but it’s hard.
    • Why would I want to?
  • Question of

    Do you repeatedly lie to or trick others for your own gain or pleasure?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you act impulsively?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you fail to plan ahead?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you consistently fail to fulfill work obligations?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you consistently fail to fulfill financial obligations?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Have you ever engaged in criminal behavior?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you find yourself unable to empathize with others dealing with difficult situations?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    If you hurt someone else’s feelings, do you lack remorse or guilt?

    • Always
    • Often
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Are you aggressive?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you engage in unnecessary risk-taking or dangerous behavior with no regard for the safety of self or others?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Rarely
    • Never
  • Question of

    Do you consider yourself superior to others?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Rarely
    • Never

11 thoughts on “Sociopath Test: Do I Have Antisocial Personality Disorder!”

  1. I despise how psychopaths are misrepresented in popular culture. Many folks can not even tell the difference between a psychopath and a psychotic.

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  2. I agree that it is about choices and actions, and not words. You can not tell what they are doing most of the time. Not to inform you that they turned in your taxes without your signature, and did not follow through with financial commitments and processes which leave just you carrying the bag. It is not that they always lie. It’s that they always leave off 90% of the truth, leaving you (or some other ) in peril. And they simply say,”well, you should have understood…” When no reasonable person would have.

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  6. I am not even a socio and I understand that. Yeah, I might be exactly what you have described. I understand I am post traumatic. Not from medical though. I’m starting to learn about myself as well. I figure I write what I write here as a way to help myself, by trying to get young men who look at this and think this what you Want to be. ASPD, PTSD, psychological trauma and it has consequences are things that you don’t ever wish on anyone, or yourself. Shows like Dexter make it look cool. It’s a show. Misleading. Being called a socio is an insult. It’s being told that you’re dumb, emotionally. ASPD runs in my loved ones, which plays in part why I’m not a full socio, but I do possess those traits. I am described as aloof. Even before my events which made me moan and forget that which feeling is like. But I’m not even a socio. I know a lot about it, not all, and will say once I do not understand, but I have appear those on the two ends of the spectrum. I inform the ones that follow this sub my expertise and intellect bc a real socio wouldn’t be here. Some told that they portray ASPd traits such as myself, yes, but maybe not the really empty. Why? Bc chances are that they have no idea what they are. You do not aspire to be that. You’re broken into it, and can’t be fixed. This sub should realise that, is nice to believe this stuff is cool, but if you start self respecting, and presuming it, you can become something that hurts you later on. It rather takes a damaged person of any caliber to come here, but do not let a subreddit inform you you can’t be happy. In 20 years you’ll look back and regret it.

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  7. I wasn’t aware that I had been a psychopath for most of my life. However, this likely is a result of my upbringing. I was raised in a really strict Christian household. Any kind of abnormal psychology was deemed”demon possession” therefore I tried very difficult to be ordinary. Consequently we never talked about what was happening within my mind.

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  8. I understand that I may be wired differently than most people.

    I may have psychopathic tendencies and I am fully conscious of them.

    Matters I do that other people can discover disturbing I take for granted and I don’t realize the majority of the time some people become bothered by my actions.

    I’ve sporadically hurt a lot of people during my life (including members of my immediate family) not so much physically, as emotionally and mentally.

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  9. We certainly can know we are psychopathic. It’s not difficult to get a high-performance psychopath to be able to observe how we’re different. Actually we have known since we were children that we are distinct, getting the diagnosis is merely something that gives us the justification for how we think.

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  10. I had been formally given the psychopathy diagnosis once I went to prison for murder first time at age 18. However, I did not take the identification seriously, I did not believe in it, because like most people in the time I did not understand what it means to be a psychopath.

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