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Personality disorder

Personality disorder is a type of mental disorder which involves unhealthy patterns of thinking, functioning and behavior.

A person suffering from personality disorder has a problem in perceiving the world around him. It mostly refers to situations and people. As a consequence, significant problem and constraints arise in relationships, social activities, work, and school.

People who suffer from this type of disorder do not realize that they have a problem, because their way of thinking and behavior is completely natural and normal to them; it even happens that they blame others for the problems they face.

Personality disorder begins in adolescent age, or early adulthood. Since there are different types, some of the less obvious ones become visible and manifested only at midlife.

Symptoms of personality disorder

Types of PDs are grouped into three classes, based on the characteristics and symptoms manifested. Many people show signs and symptoms of at least one additional mental disorder, but not necessarily have the symptoms of the diagnosed disorder.

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Group A personality disorders

Group A is characterized by an eccentric way of thinking. It involves a paranoid, a schizoid and a schizotypal personality disorder.

Paranoid personality disorder is characterized by mistrust, suspicion directed towards other people and their motives, belief that someone wants to deceive you, unjustified suspicion of loyalty and trust in the closest ones, reluctance to confide to someone thinking that this person will use the information you provide him, angry or hostile reactions to the remarks of others given to you, the tendency of constant anger, unjustified suspicion of the spouse’s fidelity…

Schizoid personality disorder implies isolation and lack of interest in social and personal relationships, limitation in expressing emotions, cold and unapproachable behavior towards others, sexual indifference, inability to enjoy the joys of life…

Schizotypal personality disorder implies unusual clothing, thinking, beliefs and behaviors, inappropriate emotions, social anxiety or discomfort in close relationships, indifference and lack of emotions, belief that you can influence events and other people with your thoughts, belief that some incidental events have a hidden message for you…

Group B personality disorders

Personality disorders from group B are characterized by dramatic, overly emotional or unpredictable thinking or behavior. They include antisocial, borderline and narcissistic personality disorder.

Antisocial personality disorder includes: lying, disrespect for others, problems with the law, impulsive reactions, lack of repentance, aggressive and violent behavior…

Borderline personality disorder implies: risky behavior, unprotected sexual intercourses, instability, mood swings, suicidal thoughts, intense fear of abandonment, frequent feelings of emptiness, or often intense manifestation of anger…

Narcissistic personality disorder implies fantasies of power and success, exaggerated feelings of self-importance, exaggeration of achievements or talents, arrogance, constant and excessive need for praise and admiration, lack of empathy, and putting oneself at the forefront…

Group C personality disorders

Personality disorders belonging to group C are characterized by anxious behavior with a constant presence of fear and concern.

It includes avoidant , dependent personality disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

Avoidant personality disorder implies excessive emotional sensitivity, inferiority, avoidance of work activity, avoidance of contact with people, shyness, isolation, feeling of shame, fear of humiliation…

Dependent personality disorder is characterized by an overwhelming dependence on others, an intrusive attitude towards others, a lack of self-esteem, difficulty in adapting to society and the environment, tolerance of poor behavior of others towards them, the need to start new emotional relationships when the previous one is not yet terminated…

Obsessive compulsive personality disorder implies preoccupation with details and rules, extreme perfectionism that leads to dysfunction, the desire to achieve perfection in everything, meet the strictest and highest standards, constant desire to control people, tasks and situations, inability to dispose of worthless and rotten things, inflexible attitudes about morality, ethics and values…

If you have any personality disorder, you should contact an expert to help you overcome the existing problem and live life to the fullest.

VIP Dr Vorobjev Clinic is here to assist you and provide full support.

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