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Personality Disorder

Personality Disorders

Paranoid Personality Disorder Paranoid about everything, bear grudges, trouble in relationships, stalkers, abusive spouse
Schizoid Pers. Dis. Pervasive pattern of detachment from relationships, the loner, shows no emotion, don't care if you criticize them or praise them, very cold, into math/computers
Schizotypal Pers. Dis. discomfort with close relationships, eccentrics--artists, poets, psychics, superstitious, odd thinking, long, curly nails, weird affect, paranoia--social anxiety
Anti-social pers. dis. pervasive pattern of disregard for others since age 18. lack of remorse, no compassion.
Borderline Pers. dis. A pattern of instability in several areas of life; needy, avoid abandonment, sabotage relationships
Histrionic Pers Dis. seductive, gullible, pattern of excessive emotionality and attention seeking; needs to be center of attention, act like children
Narcissistic pers dis seems most concerned with or in love with themselves, everyone else's fault, criterion is grandiosity, need for admiration, lack of empathy, brags a lot, believe that they're special and can only be understood by a special, qualified person, sense of enti
Avoidant Pers. dis Avoids all types of situations, social inhibitions, hypersensitivity to criticism, feelings of inadequacy
Dependent pers dis might be diagnosed with substance abuse; can't be alone, need to be taken care of-clingy behavior, fear of separation, need excessive advice and assurance from others, scared to disagree; helpless when alone, preoccupied with being left alone
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