My 9 yo was diagnosed with this disorder a few years ago at a psychiatric hospital. She fits all the criteria including most of the life circumstances. I have since been doing research and discovered her biological father has sociopathic disorder/ and my biological mom and brother has sociopathic disorder and my sister has antisocial...these are my blood family not the family that raised me. Anyways as the years have progressed she seems to be getting worse Much Much worse. She has recently threated some very very bad things in a more servere since than the norm...I am wondering if it is possible that there could be a genetic link between reactive and antisocial or sociopathic personality disorder...her present disorders are PTSD, Conduct disorder, Bipolar, and Reactive Attachment Disorder.
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