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General News    H3'ed 6/14/13

60 Million People in the U.S. Negatively Affected By Someone Else's Pathology (Think Sociopaths and Psychopaths)

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Pathologicals are also highly litigious. They don't follow court orders, resulting in years spent in frivolous court activity. This clogs up the already over-burdened court system. They also cause their partner high legal bills. Their partner must fight narcissistic-based law suits, filed so the pathological can spout their opinion in court or to exert power over the partner and legally abuse her.

A moderate percent of pathologicals will be criminal, using court resources, state appointment legal services, jail, prison, probation and parole services.

(Are you furious yet?)

This cluster of pathologicals with impaired moral reasoning, high impulsivity and hyper   sexuality   are those most likely to practice high risk sexual behaviors. These behaviors result in STDs, which they willingly share with others, causing public health concerns.

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Their high impulsivity and low responsibility results in DUIs, speeding tickets, and jacked-up auto insurance rates.

When we wonder if pathology and the lack of a national public awareness campaign is 'really' an issue we should consider that 'AT LEAST' 60 million people are being affected by someone else's pathology!

Our future is highly dependent on what we provide as Public Pathology Education   to influence patterns of selection, the clogging impact on our social service systems, and the over use of our legal structure by pathology.

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Each one, teach one. Pass on what you know about pathology to someone this week! If we all teach a little, we can reach a lot! If you don't know enough about pathology, join us on our site for more information .

A major re-conceptualization of   personality   psychopathology is currently being formalized for inclusion into the DSM-V.

It is estimated there are 60 million people being adversely impacted by Cluster B type disordered individuals.

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Sandra L. Brown, M.A., CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Pathology Education is a psychopathologist, program development specialist, lecturer, and an award-winning author. Her books include Counseling Victims of Violence: A Handbook for Helping (more...)

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