The BBC recently wrote that people need to be more aware of personality disorders, including antisocial personality disorder — so far, so good. Then the article stated that most people with personality disorders do not commit offenses, and says:
Experts are now trying to train those who are most likely to come into contact with a personality disorder how to recognise the condition to make the situation easier to manage.
This is crucial because the way in which staff interact with someone who has a personality disorder can affect the patient’s condition.
Sigh. This education process is going to be long and hard.
Read Personality disorders are ‘widespread,’ say experts, on BBC.co.uk.
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