Personality disorders tell the excess or lack of certain aspects of a person’s personality, which disrupts the person’s daily activity in and out of the person’s home. The symptoms of personality associated with these disorders are varied in everyone; they come from childhood but can be identified only in adulthood.
Personality disorders are of different types, depending on which specificity is more dominant in a person.
There are three significant groups of personality disorders, under which many specific personality disorders have been mentioned.
Each group’s personality disorders have similar characteristics and symptoms. Some of them may also be seen as special features.
Class A: Stray/ Frenzy Behavior
Class Two: Dramatic, Panic, Passionate Behavior
And, Class three: Distraught, anxious and frightened behavior
To identify any of these disorders, the patterns of personal, interpersonal, or occupational levels causing the pain are inspected.
Information: The symptoms of the Personality Disorders mentioned in the personal classification are found in all of us.
There may be some behavioral symptoms in this classification or somebody around you Keep in mind that these symptoms, personality disorders, are created only when:
They should be on extreme or extreme or extreme levels and affect the person’s opinion about yourself, others and opinions about them
These symptoms start hurting people and the people around them.
These descriptions have been presented in the form of guidelines for the diagnosis of the problem, but they neither indicate nor confirmation of the presence of disorder in any form. Diagnosis of the disorder, i.e., the diagnosis, is to be identified by the mental health specialist only.
Class A: Incandescent or crazy behavior
Under this disorder of this group, there is an excess of such impaired patterns of thinking and behavior that someone else is unable to understand.
A person suffering from a disorder is highly suspicious of others, stays on his own, and shows indifference or helplessness towards others. In this way, there is a profound impact on his relationships, and his daily life is also very impressed.
It is challenging for others suffering from paranoid disorders to rely on others. Unlike others, they do not keep this feeling of disbelief in their hands – they show it by their actions and behavior.
The victim remains unbelievers with his family, close friends, and relatives. They are scared continuously that they want to take advantage of them, and for this, they will betray or harm them. In this round, such people are emotionally cut off from their loved ones.
They are not ready to trust anyone, nor tell anyone their secret, even not even their spouse. They keep little hatred and bitterness in their minds against a person on a small mistake, even after the event has passed.
And they can not cooperate with others or do any work. They can express their doubts and can say to anyone on the ground that they know what their intentions are; they know them well. That is, they do not hesitate to scrape others.
Persons suffering from paranoid disorder also hesitate to share their computers and people (including those of friends and family).
Singular or Social Separation Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder
Persons suffering from singular or social divorced personality disorders tend to be cold, depressed, and isolated. They are happy alone.
They do not like to get socially dissolving, family, friends, sitting in a nearby neighborhood. And they do not participate in any social activity. If they are praised, they are not happy and do not feel overwhelmed by criticism.
And stay away from such cases, which can affect them or their family or friends. In other people’s eyes, they are nostalgic, unresponsive, impassive, and for this reason, it is complicated to get some meaningful communication with them or to consult with them.
A person suffering from this disorder finds himself lost when he is tempted to spend time in social situations. They do not know what to do or what to say. They may also want to avoid situations where they are stressed that they got to know others, talk to them.
Schizotypical Personality Disorders
A schizotypical personality disorder is a mixed form of some symptoms of parallel or paranoid personality disorders. The person has a feeling of unbelief towards others. Such a person usually disagrees or suspends others and abstains from making close connections.
Apart from these symptoms, the behavior of such a person may seem to be overwhelming or irritable. The person is suffering from the double pattern of strange behavior: checking things repeatedly, stubbornness to keep everything in harmony, or counting donations kept in your plate.
Due to the repetition seen in the behavior of patients of this disorder, it can also confuse having an abrasive compulsive personality disorder.
But people with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder know that their behavior is childish, strange, and irrational, but they are unable to change it. Here the person with the schizotypical disorder does not realize that his behavior is strange or unusual.
A patient suffering from this disorder can also be a ‘magical commenting or a magical illumination – that is, two such cases which are not connected in any way to any other, to get the result of the effect-effect from them. The patient with this disorder is very interested in superstitious beliefs.
Class Two: Dramatic, Panic, Passionate Behavior
In this group’s disorders, such behaviors are reflected in which creativity or excessive emotional state remains. Such people think that their needs are more important than others, and they also try to fulfill them at the expense of other people around them.
One thing that is common in these disorders is that the person does not see the immediate consequences of his actions, and consequently, he has difficulty in stopping his emotions, and he can not control them correctly.
A symptom that clearly shows a person who has anti-social personality disorder is that of respect for the concerns of others and their interests.
Such a person does not care about the consequences of his actions until he needs his help. The person does not see how the effect of his behavior on others or himself can have a future.
Even if they do not give any inverse results. In-per
son to empower yourself and the feeling of affection and desire is very high, and she feels she is the best and worthwhile to others.
A person who has anti-social personality disorder exhibits destructive behavior – becomes emotionally and physically violent, breaks the rules. Disrespect or neglect the property of another (for example, breaking things of others).
Children with this disorder have behavioral problems like perspiration, tendency to be overwhelmed by their weak groups, small children, or small animals or to bodily harm them.
They do not see anything wrong with their behavior. Or they do not make any difference to the fact that they are harming others or themselves.
They can try to justify their activities by saying that violence was necessary. They can be very aggressive and smart – by lying or using others, they can do their work, pretend to regret their movements so that people forgive their objections and accept them again and like only if they mean the work, then come back in anti-social behavior.
The tendency of negligence can also be seen in persons with an anti-social personality disorder. They can afford risk without thinking, and they may have problems like addiction. They can refuse to take responsibility for their actions or refuse to accept the circumstances or views of others.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a disorder that affects the ability to control or react to a person’s emotions. The person does not have any concrete idea of ??his identity, and he continually struggles to get harmony with things and situations.
The symptoms associated with the personality of such people change, and it depends on which group of people they are with. This may seem to attract needy and attention.
BPD patients are emotionally sensitive to the events surrounding them. They have to suffer hard on this because they struggle to cope with everyday life.
Psychic personality disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Self-word or autism is used about a person who is attached to himself. Your looks, gesture He loves his thoughts, attributes, and qualities, keeps his gossip towards him. That is, which is immersed in self-pity or self-esteem. And he is very proud of himself.
A person who has an acute personality disorder is highly attached to himself. They are immersed in great fantasies and fantasies about their beauty, importance, and greatness.
They think that they should get individual attention; they have strength and power, richness, and success and should keep coming.
Such a person can remain immersed in the power and success of the fantasy. And it does not try to show tax; it only denies the efforts made in this direction.
Such people usually use the deficiencies or limitations of others to show their level of superiority and keep on boasting or ignoring others to prove themselves better.
NPD patients are eccentric, arrogant, petty, or stingy in others’ eyes. They may seem cocky and proud but are very sensitive towards criticism.
Patients come into the impulse and keep on meditating regularly with others. They can also take advantage of others to achieve their goals; they feel that there is the right to achieve this goal, so do not hesitate to use others to fulfill this goal.
The feeling of self-specialization, an excessive longing towards self, an autism attitude hinders such a patient in maintaining a current relationship with other people.
The highest level of obsession towards itself is also called megalomania (egoism) or euphemism. And it is sometimes used in the context of this disorder.
As the name implies, the disorder associated with extreme depression is linked to the behavior of behaviors of the superficiality of emotion and attention in the person.
The person suffering from this disorder wants to be the center of attention at any given time. They are willing to go to any extent for this attention, even to threaten to commit suicide.
They keep expressing the feelings of every type in extremeness, whether they are happy or sad.
Either they will show a lot of happiness, which will seem to be dramatic, or will reveal a lot of frustration or sadness that will look very ugly.
They want to draw the attention of others constantly. Their tendency to decide their style of wearing, their behavior (exaggerated emotions, flattery, flirt, etc.) and emotionalism tend to be highly pronounced in the tendency. They can continue to express suicide sympathetic regardless of risk.
In their relationships, they imagine the highest level of intimacy, which is not really in fact – they can only be seen as an ally or auxiliary.
Still, they consider the other as a very dear friend. Due to exaggerated in their emotions, their behavior seems to be superficial or fake. They appear weak and come easily in the influence of others.
They do not care about things, and it remains difficult for them to stay on a single project for a long time. And they are anxious for enthusiasm and meditation, and when they do not become the center of meditation, they feel uncomfortable.
Class three: Embarrassed, anxious and terrifying behavior
The disorders of this group are characterized by concern, anxiety, complication, and obsessive-compulsive behavior and isolation.
The main characteristic of this group is that people have a high level of anxiety, fear, and anxiety about themselves. It arises, deep suspicion about your abilities, abilities. And because of this, they can not perform their tasks correctly.
Desperate personality disorder, Avoidant Personality Disorder
The person suffering from this disorder is very worried about what others may be thinking about him. They are afraid of fear and fear that others will evaluate their negative, recognize their mistakes, or consider them useless or useless; that is, they are not of any use.
These emotions make them anxious and distracted; they do not relax, and when they live among people remain uncomfortable.
There is a lack of self-esteem in those who have a discreditable personality disorder. These thoughts keep bothering them that they are less sarcastic, they have a lack of intelligence; they are not good enough, not rich enough, and do not deserve anything worthwhile.
That is, there are only a few things in everything, so they feel about themselves. They are scared by meeting or soliciting those people who they think they are superior or superior to them. (But they may have to think, it is not necessary.)
They want to interact, and they want to join others, but they are afraid of criticism and neglect. People do not make an assessment of them or make any opinion; to avoid this, they avoid social interaction.
That is, people do not refrain from getting up. They are highly sensitive to criticism – they can also see criticism of their work as their neglect or dismiss themselves. Others see them as shy, rude, and emotionally depressed.
Dependent Personality Disorder
The person who has the impoverished personality disorders is loved by the people around him i.e., the acquaintances, friends, and relatives, i.e., they depend on them or dependent.
They think that they are unable to make their own decisions and are afraid to take responsibility for their care or their work.
To get help, they are willing to be obedient, submissive, or subjected to, to the extent they are ready to be respectful, in fact, they do not want to.
They had to do something at their level; they started feeling helpless. And they always need someone to care for them. They want someone to keep their attention.
Other people can understand that they need to be sticky, sticking at all times. It is so frightening to break or not to break relationships for those suffering from this disorder that they are ready to give themselves to others, become victims of others, face exploitation or bad behavior. In such a person, anxiety disorder or depression may also develop. (Personality Disorders)
Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
People suffering from this disorder of OCPD keep firm, stern, or stubborn views in the execution of things. They want to do everything in the entirety, and for this, they can go to any extent.
And they are strict or strict in their attitude, i.e., they are not satisfied with just such a thing, according to them, it is necessary to work on a fixed scale, if the work is not done properly or less, then They remain dissatisfied and are filled with excessive excitement and nervousness.
They become so fanatic for their work to be done that they can also leave happiness, sacrifice their rest, and even ignore their health.
Because of this, they do not like to give up on the trust of others, avoid giving responsibility to others, and putting excessive load on their own.
They are like an attached worker for work. Very neglectful of their work, and neglect their personal lives for fullness in professional obligations.
There is a deep attraction for the rules and instructions of the person suffering from an attached binding personality disorder.
They want to make rules by deciding how to work, make lists, and set a schedule for everything, according to which work should be done, and it must be obeyed in every situation.
Others can treat them as stingy based on spending their money because they want to keep control of spending their money.
And are afraid or afraid to lose it. Such persons may have an idea that their behavior is illogical and inconsistent, yet they are unable to change their behavior.
Differences in OCD and OCPD
Due to the similarity of symptoms and behaviors between Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorders, OCPD, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), it is often confused whether these two disorders are the same.
To get rid of the pain caused by OCD sufferers, compulsions, or compulsions, the same type of behavior continues to be repeated.
However, there is no such obligation for OCPD patients. They exhibit certain behaviors, fear of losing control, or fear of being incomplete or incomplete.
When they can not control any outcome, in such a situation, they begin to experience sudden fear and panic attacks. (Personality Disorders)
In both cases, the behavior that is seen is due to anxiety and nervousness. In OCD patients, this concern comes due to the compulsion to fulfill specific tasks, while the OCPD patient has a cause for concern, the symptoms of his personality. (And in many cases, the characteristic of working in perfection or performance or the aggressive attitude towards accomplishment of the work, creates worry.)
The OCD patient knows that his behavior is irrelevant or irrational or unprofessional. But the patient of OCPD does not know that his behavior is incompatible or unusual.
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