Conduct Disorder is a mental-emotional disorder resulting in an child's
actions which reveal a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights
of others whether the others are children or adults
is the adult disorder).
Conduct Disorder is a disease of the unevolved soul. Most sufferers are
in the early stages of their cycle of karma and reincarnation. They are
learning the lessons of life the hard way: by going through life consistently
making unloving choices and quickly reaping the resulting "bad" karma.
Reaction to Family Abuse:
Many cases (but not all) of Conduct
Disorder are the result of the child acting out in response to physical,
mental, emotional, or sexual abuse within the family. The child's rage at
their family's mistreatment gets redirected at others through abusive
misconduct. They are living out what they have learned within their family:
how to be cruel, aggressive, destructive, and deceitful with others while
being certain they will suffer no consequences for doing so.
Reaction to Past Life Abuse:
Those cases which cannot be traced
backed to the present family of origin are a reaction to abuse received in
past lives. The rage, which could not be expressed in the past, reincarnates
into the present with a vengeance. Sufferers, even from families whose
love and kindness is unquestioned in the present, will act out as children
if they are carrying over "too much" unhealed rage from their past lives
which simply overwhelms their child's consciousness.
Working Out Past Life Rage:
Although past life rage can be worked
through more quickly if its the direct cause from past lives is confronted,
Conduct Disorder can be healed using traditional rage-anger management
therapies. Some children would find past life information to be overwhelming
given their limited life experience. So unless the child is having spontaneous
memories of the past lives where the abuse caused their rage, past life healing
is not advisable.
When children are suffering from Conduct Disorder,
they can and will committ crimes adult in nature... that should be punished
in an adult manner with the assistance of law enforcement authorities. Parents
should be aware that the anti-social behaviors associated with Conduct Disorder
will only escalate as time passes and if the punishments for the misconduct do
not match the seriousness of the offense. Part of the problem with Conduct
Disorder is that parents do not recognize and address the bad behaviors early
Conduct Disorder is characterized by the following behaviors:
- Cruelty, as indicated by physical harm to people and animals (by using a
bat, brick, broken bottle, knife, gun).
- Aggression, as indicated by bullying, threatening, or intimidating others
by yelling or initiating fights.
- Destructiveness, as indicated by using weapons, setting fires, damaging
property, harming animals, etc.
- Deceitfulness, as indicated by lying to get goods, to receive favors,
and/or to avoid obligations.
- Theft, as indicated by mugging, purse snatching, extortion, robbery of
items from buildings, houses, or cars.
- Embezzlement, as indicated by shoplifting, forgery, stealing (without
breaking and entering).
- Sexual misconduct, as indicated by forced others into various levels of
sexual activity (up to intercourse).
- Truancy, as indicated by staying out late at night, by skipping school,
by running away overnight.
- Irresponsibility, as indicated by their belief that they are never truly
at fault for their own actions.
When the life lesson associated with Conduct Disorder has been fully learned
and "absorbed" into the person's body-mind-emotions, the related "disempowering"
behavior will fall away. Usually this takes several lifetimes before the
individual becomes more responsible for the effects of the causes they have
set in motion. Past life healing can only help if the person is close to the
end of their cycle of Conduct and Anti-Social Personality Disorders.