April 8, 2012
Personality disorders are no game to play with. People with personality disorders often not see themselves as troubled, be a lone as suffering from a mental disorder. People whom have a personality disorder do not see it only because it is a part of their everyday life. People whom have personality disorders only think there is one problem and that is people mistreating or misunderstanding them. As in this case study it will be done on Theodore Robert Bundy. His personality disorder left trails of disaster in its wake.
Theodore Bundy (Cowell) was born on November 24, 1946. Theodore had a few different personality traits but I will only be mentioning one. The one that will be mentioned is the disorder that is called sociopath, like other serial killers he could not comprehend the physical/emotional pain of others no matter if it was animals or humans. Theodore Cowell murdered several young girls in the 1970’s. After more than a decade of denials, Theodore finally confused in killing over 30 women.
Theodore ways of grabbing the girls attention was using his looks and he was charismatic these traits won the girls confidence. Theodore would approach his women in public places, when he would do this, Bundy acted as he was injured or had a disability to grab the women attention. Theodore used to go back for hours at a time where he committed the crimes; he also decapitated 12 of his victims and kept the heads for mementos. When Theodore was younger he used to hurt/kill young animals as it did not faze him with emotions or physical feeling while doing so. Theodore had resentment towards his mother for basically lying to him about his true parentage. Theodore’s grandmother actually went through a therapy called electiconulsive for depression. When Theodore was three years of age he had sounded is aunt with kitchen knives while she was sleeping. Now, when it comes to Theodore social life he says he chooses to be a lone; this...
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