Why do people who talk unkindly about other people behind their backs have anti-social behaviour?

Social behaviour is connecting with people and create bonding with them.In simple words people who talk unkindly about other people behind their back are doing opposite of social behaviour they are just disconnecting people with each other by talking unkindly about others. This not only creates wrong image of that person but also

Why do anti-social people lack morality?

Because I don't care what people do.It's easy for people to just say

How to become more anti-social

You may try by being quiet and keep your thoughts and feeling to yourself. If you can't keep it to yourself and needed to pour your thoughts or feelings out, you may express it through diary writings.You may gently decline any invitation to

Why is it now considered good to be anti-social?

I think you mean asocial instead of anti-social. Anti-social behavior is synonymous with all law-breaking activities. Asocial, on the other hand, is a reduced tendency to socialize and to be content with one's own company for a prolonged period of time.As

Why are some people anti-social in public settings?

I suppose it depends on what you mean.  There are a lot of different contexts of activity in social or public settings.  For example, a person may be at a party, but may be too shy to interact.  Or,

Why are narcissists anti-social?

That depends on both the narcissist and what you mean by anti social. If you mean criminal behavior then it depends on the narcissist. There are plenty of narcissists that aren't antisocial.If you mean asocial, once again its up to the individual narcissist. I'm sure there are narcissists that

What kind of people are anti-social? Can anti-social people bring changes in society?

Assuming that you mean ASPD, and not a-social.Are you asking about a history of crime, legal problems, and/or impulsive and aggressive behavior?Or are you instead more focusing on internal feelings rather than on external sources of stimulation.The first is antisocial which can accompany psychopathy, sociopathy, or ASPD.The second

Why is Australia full of so many anti-social people?

No clue!Maybe Australia was settled by convicts? Antisocial by definition?Maybe your question is bogus. The Aussies that I have met are pretty good people.Kind of like us Americans. Tough, wry and gritty. Good people - for simialr reasons.

Why do people who talk unkindly about other people behind their backs have anti-social behaviour?

Social behaviour is connecting with people and create bonding with them.In simple words people who talk unkindly about other people behind their back are doing opposite of social behaviour they are just disconnecting people with each other by talking unkindly about others. This not only creates wrong image of that person but also

Has technology made us antisocial?

I don't think so, but it has changed the way w communicate.For example, with close friends and family...60 years ago you would swing by the neighbors house and talk 90% of the time.40 years ago you would spend less time in person and more time on a land line. 75%

Do you think social media and technology has made people more anti social?

What an orthodox this is.Imagine a cat being so busy with its yarn, it grew attached to it that whenever the owner tries to get the yarn away to get attention- instead he is attacked with claws and fangs. Knowing it has

Why do so many people believe they are anti-social?

There's a difference between the words Anti-social and Asocial.an·ti·so·cial/ˌan(t)ēˈsōSHəl/adjective1.contrary to the laws and customs of society; devoid of or antagonistic to sociable instincts or practices:"a dangerous, unprincipled, antisocial type of man"synonyms:sociopathic, distasteful, disruptive, rebellious, misanthropic, ... more2.not sociable;

How to know if I'm anti-social

Being a sociopath, a true sociopath is somewhat rare. Regardless of what you hear about in the media. However the fact that you are able to speculate about what might be at the root of your behavior disorder is a

Is it weird to be anti-social?

Everybody is social to some degree, but those who prefer less contact with others are often labeled "anti-social" when "selectively social" is a more neutral description. A truly anti-social person is one who is incapable of functioning in the presence of others. Serial killer Ted Kaczynski as an example comes to

Why do social people look down on antisocial people?

Antisocial: antagonistic, hostile, or unfriendly toward others; menacing; threatening: an antisocial act. 3. opposed or detrimental to social order or the principles on which society is constituted: antisocial behavior.It probably has something to do with them being violent and dangerous. But who am I to judge?

How to become anti social as a teen

You want to become anti social? Be careful, that's a dark path that leads to darker things.You know how a mother might say

I have become very anti-social, and often overthink social situations. How do I gain the confidence to fix this and become more outgoing?

I used to be the same way, and here's what I did:Meditate. It will slow down your mind so that you're not lost in thought. Many times it's our perception of the world around us that causes us anxiety, especially if it's negative.Vulnerability. Not in the sense that you're weak, but in the sense that

What does antisocial behavior mean?

I suppose that antisocial behaviour here in the U.K. means behaviour that can include behaviour that does involve breaking the law in some way or other, but it can also mean behaviour that people find rude, aggressive, intimidating or grossly disrespectful or

What do anti social people do for fun?

I personally find myself watching unhealthy amounts of Youtube,

What's the difference between pro-social and anti-social psychopath?

Antisocial traits. That's the difference. Being low functioning can often have a hand in it as well, but traits are usually what seals the deal. So, how do they stack up against each other? Let's look at the traits of a noncriminal psychopath first;RuthlessnessFearlessnessImpulsivitySelf ConfidenceFocusCoolness under pressureMental toughnessCharmCharismaEmpathy-lowConscience-lowNone of these has anything to

How to become less anti-social

You can bite the bullet and put yourself in a position where you are forced to be social, alot, like every day. overtime you will construct a hat that you can wear in social situations.It's not easy, you will want to run away and hide, but if you

How do people go insane and become anti-social?

if they are experiencing psycosis or hallucinations they are experiencing a different reality than others. i imagine it would be very difficult to accept that something they can see with their own eyes, isnt actually there. theyd already be questioning things in their mind and feeling parinoid or

Is being anti-social bad?

Understanding the meaning of antisociality is very important. we are all anti social to an extent. Everyone has something that they prefer not to share or disclose only to a limited no. of people. That however does not make one anti social or

When is a person regarded as anti-social?

Anyone who doesn't conform to societal norms  is labelled anti-social.

Why is Australia full of so many anti-social people?

No clue!Maybe Australia was settled by convicts? Antisocial by definition?Maybe your question is bogus. The Aussies that I have met are pretty good people.Kind of like us Americans. Tough, wry and gritty. Good people - for simialr reasons.

How does a person become more and more anti-social and alienated?

You realize that you have more to do at home than going out in the evenings. You realize that you need more ‘me time' than socializing. Socializing is tiring. Too much of it can burn you out. One needs to have the ‘me time', to learn

What is the difference between an Anti-Social and an Introvert?

A2AAnti- social (ouch!) is a very strong term. This is how Wikipedia defines it : Anti-social behaviour refers to actions that harm or lack consideration for the well-being of others. Many people label behaviour which is deemed contrary to prevailing norms for social conduct as

Why does it feel like the Internet causes people to be more anti-social?

I wouldn't necessarily say the internet causes people to be more anti-social. I would say that the internet encourages people to be more asocial. As in, internet provides a great source of entertainment in one's solitude, which allows the person to spend lots of hours in their own isolation.Why do people socialize with one

People say I'm anti-social, anti-friendly, cynical etc. How do I cope with it?

Have you heard of scrap booking? What if your life as we see it, was similar to this concept and these ‘labels' and ‘sticky notes' you keep leaving around your ‘memories' (images/photos of experiences) in your book (life); can be made to

Why do some people with anti social tendencies become cop killers?

Think about the question for a second. Social contract is defined as the rules (written and unwritten) with which we govern our interactions with other humans. The most important rule (both written and unwritten) is not to kill other people. Add into that the understanding that police officers are literally defenders of

Are creative people anti-social? Why/why not?

Good question~ while I am neither a psychologist nor a sociologist by profession...I think the question is looking into the general characteristics of

Is gaming the reason why people see me as anti-social?

It seems like you've put the title of "anti-social" on yourself. Has anyone told you that they think you're anti-social? It may seem that you have the stereotypical traits of an anti-social, but I don't think that's the case. I say that because you sound like me.I have a very small group of

What kind of people are anti-social? Can anti-social people bring changes in society?

Assuming that you mean ASPD, and not a-social.Are you asking about a history of crime, legal problems, and/or impulsive and aggressive behavior?Or are you instead more focusing on internal feelings rather than on external sources of stimulation.The first is antisocial which can accompany psychopathy, sociopathy, or ASPD.The second

Why do people treat me differently just because I am anti-social?

A2a...Communication is mostly non-verbal, so whether you speak or not is not important. However, since you label yourself 'anti-social' in a society where social behaviour is praised, why are you surprised that people consider you weird? Most likely you wear your 'anti-social' badge visibly on your sleeve in order to avoid interaction.

Why do people who talk unkindly about other people behind their backs have anti-social behaviour?

Social behaviour is connecting with people and create bonding with them.In simple words people who talk unkindly about other people behind their back are doing opposite of social behaviour they are just disconnecting people with each other by talking unkindly about others. This not only creates wrong image of that person but also

Why is graffiti considered an anti-social behaviour for some people?

Why *wouldn't* it be, in most cases?I build a wall - say, as part of a building. That wall has probably been designed with the building's total aesthetic in mind.Now someone who has no insight into my aesthetic and no appreciation for others' property comes along and paints over that wall.How is that not destructive of the

Why do social people look down on antisocial people?

Like Jeff, I also think you might have a mix-up between terms.Antisocial and Asocial, to be precise.Not the same.Do forgive me if you're not confused with the terms and are actually asking about being antisocial.I'm no psychologist- and I know most

What screams 'I'm anti-social'?

What screams "I'm anti-social"?Uh... screaming. And other forms of rudeness or inappropriately angry behaviour.I don't think avoiding others is anti-social, it's asocial.Anti-social means against morally appropriate behaviour while asocial means avoidance of social life. Antisocial behaviour is caused by repression of emotions, bad experiences and negative thinking. Asocial behaviour simply develops as one's attitude towards life. FootnotesDifference

What screams 'I'm anti-social'?

What screams "I'm anti-social"?Uh... screaming. And other forms of rudeness or inappropriately angry behaviour.I don't think avoiding others is anti-social, it's asocial.Anti-social means against morally appropriate behaviour while asocial means avoidance of social life. Antisocial behaviour is caused by repression of emotions, bad experiences and negative thinking. Asocial behaviour simply develops as one's attitude towards life. FootnotesDifference

What's the difference between high functioning autism and antisocial personality disorder?

I see a lot of good answers here but I just wanted to add that high functioning autism doesn't mean you don't enjoy hanging out with people.I realize this is a fairly anecdotal answer, but thought you might be interested to know that high functioning autism

What is the difference between antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy?

Psychopathy is a form of ASPD (according to the DSM-5) but not all ASPD is Psychopathy. ASPD simply indicates what your behavior is, Psychopathy is the reason that you behave in that manner. Also included in the umbrella term ASPD is Sociopathy, Schizoid PD,

Would you trust someone who told you he had been diagnosed as having antisocial personality disorder?

You shouldn't trust people until you know them well enough to predict how they behave regularly; whether or not they are psychopaths doesn't matter if they are unreliable or reliable otherwise.  Plenty of psychopaths seem to function fairly well in society and can

How old were you when you were diagnosed with an anti-social personality disorder?

You cannot be diagnosed as ASPD under eighteen. You cannot diagnose your self by doing some Internet personality test. Anyone who tells you otherwise is selling you something they don't have.I was 26 when diagnosed with ASPD at the mental hospital and the test lasted

Are there any famous people who are openly psychopaths/sociopaths?

Not many open famous ones. Although there are some people you can note that exhibit these behaviors. Mel Gibson is a good example, he is known for making very racist, gory movies. He also is known for being an alcoholic and getting into very heated arguments with colleagues and woman .