Anger plays the leading role in domestic violence cases. People who abuse their spouse are in this situation and angry due to an antisocial disorder underlying in their mind. Anger is the leading symptom of personality disorders such as paranoid schizophrenia, antisocial personality, psychopathic, sociopath, and so on. Antisocial behavior personalities are part of most of the people in abusive relationships.

This type often attacks when their guard is down such as when they are under the influence or drunk. They have been known to disregard rules and regulations because they feel they are authorized to do so. Antisocial personality types are extremely controlling and by not conforming to their authority you will be left as a vent for their anger in a violent manner. This type of individual has never been a proven candidate for recovery, meaning people that batter their spouses will most likely continue until someone dies. It is not wise to engage in these situations because a chance of hope is rare.

Eventually, death will often become the focus during the beating. Eventually someone will die, because the person’s anger will grow through the years. They’ll rarely ask for help and even in getting it, it often fails.

Staying away from relationships that include such a personality would be beneficial. Some of the signs to look for would be deranged looks or expressions, laughing for no apparent reason, finding humor in a situation when a person was harmed, or anger outbursts for no reason.

Behind closed doors is when the predator appears even though they will often lead you to believe that he or she is a model for society. Deep seated jealousy is another anger issue with these types of individuals. They exceed their limit of alcohol consumption only increasing the odds of them exploding in rage.
One example has been seen in a small town in Michigan . A person attempted to kill many women and was still allowed to walk the streets. There was little help provided to this person and his outrageous attacks were often because he could not control the person’s behavior. The victims were left without justice and he even led some to believe that he would change his way of life for them.

Today he sits in county jail on charges including assault of a police officer and a hit and run accident. According to witnesses the police claim that he had a weapon on him and was over the legal limit on the night of his accident. He eluded the police and marijuana was found in his vehicle.