A psycho refers to a person who has a severe and persistent mental disorder, typically characterized by abnormal and violent social behavior. It is often associated with a lack of empathy, impaired decision-making skills, and an unstable emotional state.

Common Characteristics:

  • Violent tendencies: Psychos may exhibit aggressive or violent behavior towards others without any apparent provocation or remorse.
  • Lack of empathy: They often have difficulty understanding or relating to the emotions and experiences of others.
  • Manipulative nature: Psychos can be highly skilled at manipulating others to fulfill their own desires or control situations.
  • Impulsivity: They may act on their impulses without considering the consequences, leading to rash decisions and reckless behavior.
  • Unpredictability: Psychos often display erratic and unpredictable behavior making it challenging for others to anticipate their actions.


Psychotherapy and medication are common treatment approaches for individuals diagnosed with a psycho disorder. These interventions aim to manage symptoms, improve coping mechanisms, and promote better social functioning.