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Doctor insights on: Dating Someone With Aspergers

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Does anyone personally know someone who was diagnosed with histrionic personality disorder?

Does anyone personally know someone who was diagnosed with histrionic personality disorder?

Yes: I have several friends with hpd. They can be quite delightful companions, but one learns over time that their lives nearly always are full of drama and turmoil seemingly outside their control. Emotions can rapidly shift, and their reactions even to relatively minor snags in life can be suggest that the world as they knew it is about to end. That said, they also can be the life an any party. ...Read more

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Is someone with asperger's syndrome able to feel romantic love?

Is someone with asperger's syndrome able to feel romantic love?

Yes but...: A person with high functioning autistic spectrum disorders can feel romantic notions like any body eles but the level of emotional energy required to maintain a relationship can be exhausting for them and they have to work harder on their ability to continue to show emotions and communicate. ...Read more

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My girlfriend has bpd (borderline personality disorder), and she wants to meet someone else with bpd?

My girlfriend has bpd (borderline personality disorder), and she wants to meet someone else with bpd?

Try online support : Try online support groups for bpd or a local in person support group. Many hospitals have them good luck & let us know how it goes. ...Read more

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How to deal with someone who has histrionic personality disorder?

How to deal with someone who has histrionic personality disorder?

Remain calm : Take deep breaths and stay calm. Be reassuring without judgement. Never get into an argument about the reality of the situation . Simply emphathize without riding on the same roller coaster of emotion. ...Read more

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Can you please share your personal experiences with borderline personality disorder or with someone who has it?

Can you please share your personal experiences with borderline personality disorder or with someone who has it?

Normal to them: The person generally does not recognize that anything is wrong with them. That is part of the real problem. However you will alway recognize that they see things in a light that is generally in conflict with the way most people would see them. ...Read more

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Anyone with experience with someone with histrionic personality disorder?

Anyone with experience with someone with histrionic personality disorder?

Yes: Psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals have experience with people who have histrionic personality disorder. Many other physicians encounter and work with them also, but are not the primary ones to treat this problem. Mental health professionals would be best suited to help such a person directly. ...Read more

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How is someone diagnosed with schizophrenia?

How is someone diagnosed with schizophrenia?

Schizophrenia is a: serious diagnosis. A mental health professional makes such a diagnosis. Symptoms can include hearing voices, seeing things, paranoia, etc. Many schizophrenics do very well in life. They often need medication. A psychiatrist, rather than the family doc, is the appropriate person for medication in this case. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Parents with kids with aspergers, autism or tourette's, what to do?

Parents with kids with aspergers, autism or tourette's, what to do?

Sek referral to the : Child Development Unit at Children's Hospital Pittsburgh, http://www.chp.edu/CHP/Evaluation+Services+Child+Development+Unit. The Autism team is affiliated with Autism Speaks: http://www.chp.edu/CHP/autism. They will help you with all aspects of evaluation, treatment & family support services. ...Read more

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How can someone with asperger's help someone with bpd overcome 'emptiness' and depression?

How can  someone with asperger's help someone with bpd overcome 'emptiness' and depression?

Be a friend.: Be supportive. Offer to engage in activities like going for a walk, swimming, talking, catching a movie etc. Remember that no matter how much you care you can't fill another's emptiness or cure their depression. This is where professional mental health care comes in. Take care. ...Read more

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Isnt language development good in someone who has aspergers syndrome?

Isnt language development good in someone who has aspergers syndrome?

Yes: Asperger is in the autistic spectrum where language delay is a foremost symptom. Since it is a relatively mild form of the condition it is not too surprising that speech is developing. ...Read more

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Can someone with a pervasive developmental disorder have antisocial personality?

Can someone with a pervasive developmental disorder have antisocial personality?

Yes: Ppd, pervasive development order, covers a wide spectrum of disabilities including autism. People with autism, depending on the severity have social impairment. ...Read more

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How would an ADHD child behave with Asperger syndrome?

How would an  ADHD child  behave with Asperger syndrome?

A technical point: adhd symptoms really should be understood to be part and parcel of aspergers. In DSM, it is incorrect to make a second diagnosis of adhd if the child is already on the autism spectrum. Unless the child is so severely adhd that limits function or puts them at risk e.g. climbing so much or running that they injure themselves multiple times per week. ...Read more

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Tips for maintaining a friendship with someone with borderline personality disorder?

A challenging task!: If you're certain you want to do this & really believe your reasons are healthy ones, it might be possible. Does the friend agree that they are borderline? If so, you can talk about it & how much you want the friendship to survive, your willingness to work through or wait out difficult times, etc. This sort of conversation could be a way for your friend to actually modify their way of relating. ...Read more

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How can you have a healthy relationship with someone who has borderline personality disorder?

How can you have a healthy relationship with someone who has borderline personality disorder?

Well: A person with Borderline personality Disorder could be high functioning. When someone who is high functioning works on their issues in treatment - a favorable result is possible. If you have a relationship with someone who has a borderline personality disorder encourage you to learn more about it. Learn to set healthy boundaries. If you are highly reactive to the other person - things could > ...Read more

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How does someone with histrionic personality talk?

Theatricality : Often in a dramatic, theatrical , attention-seeking kind of way, and often in a sexually seductive and provocative way. ...Read more

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Could someone with bpd have hallucinations?

Could someone with bpd have hallucinations?

Bpd: Whether u r referring to bipolar disorder or borderline personality do, if severe enough, yes. ...Read more

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Ever seen a schizoid fibromyalgic, anxious and depress man with ptsd. Husband, father of an addh girl. Teacher with dermatillomania and gynecomastia?

Ever seen a schizoid fibromyalgic, anxious and depress man with ptsd. Husband, father of an addh girl. Teacher with dermatillomania and gynecomastia?

Well, no not exactly: Sounds like a lot going on. But, it is actually common to have multiple psychiatric conditions at the same time. So don't fear that you are terminally unique in this matter. You are on Cymbalta (duloxetine) - but are you receiving psychotherapy? Cognitive processing therapy or the more generalized cognitive behavioral therapy may be helpful for you. Take care. ...Read more

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Can someone with antisocial personality disorder be able to work with children?

Can someone with antisocial personality disorder be able to work with children?

Questionable: Although it would be hard to say with much accuracy yes or no on this one, i would lean towards no. Almost any job with children, unless it's in the service industry or an equivalent, requires empathy and emotional attunement. These attributes are two essential things kids need from those in charge of them, and that people with apdo lack. ...Read more