personality

  1. Ozzy47

    Dissociative Identity Disorder Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Methods

    As we all know that people are suffering from distinct diseases, day by day. Some people are suffering from Diabetes while a few are suffering from High Blood Pressure. In fact, there are so many diseases which are infecting most of the people, including, Diabetes, Asthma, Allergies, Lung...
  2. Ozzy47

    Borderline Personality Disorder and Rage

    If you've been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, there is a good chance you have experienced more than your share of Borderline rage. What exactly is Borderline rage? It is intense anger that is directed outward toward another thing or person. Sometimes it is directed inward and...
  3. Ozzy47

    What You Need to Know About Histrionic Personality Disorder

    Our behavioral pattern is controlled by our brain. In a situation where a person has a psychological disorder, he/she interprets circumstances and relationships differently. A person with HPD (Histrionic personality disorder) tends to thrive by attracting the attention and approval of others. In...
  4. U

    Avoidant personality disorder

    That’s what I have. What does it mean? In a nutshell, avoiding interactions with people because I can’t handle any negativity that results. Ie. If I don’t allow interaction , I can’t subsequently be hurt. For a fuller explanation you’ll need to google it. So when we went into lockdown 1, I...
  5. U

    Hello from the uk

    Hiya Just registered and looking forward to chatting to you all. I have avoidant personality disorder with anxiety and depression. What prompted me to sign-up here was...... today after 8 hours of ‘day time’ I’ve not been spoken to or received any texts and I’m feeling as if the whole world...
  6. Catsmother

    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) - Help Guide

    If you have BPD or want to understand more about BPD then this guide is very helpful. https://www.helpguide.org/articles/mental-disorders/borderline-personality-disorder.htm
  7. Naiwen

    Asocial vs Antisocial!

    Here are my personal definitions and differences for these 2 words according to some experts too : 1. Asocial : not willing to socialize, obsessed with having peace and quiet generally, personal space being invaded by others and just usually wanting to be left alone in their own world. 2...
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