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Personality Deficit Disorder
Multifactorial: Frontal, temporal, and parietal lobe abnormalities may be seen possibly due to perinatal injury, encephalitis, trauma, or genetics. May also see diminished monoamine oxidase (MAO) and serotonin levels. The role these play is unknown. Developmental abnormalities secondary to abuse, neglect or incest may be present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are many.:
There are many types of personality disorders. The important thing to remember is that traits are only considered to be a disorder if they are inflexible.
Inflexible traits that are maladaptive to the environment and cause significant functional impairment or subjective distress are the hallmark of a personality disorder. ...Read more
Can be difficult: One has to be careful with this diagnosis, as individuals can be prone to believing they have this based upon unwitting reinforcment of the idea by an inexperienced or naive professional. This is serious and one should find and experienced provider. Often there is a history of abuse, and disting periods of time where an individual has conductied activities for which they have no recall. ...Read more
There are several: Personality disorders (narcissistic, borderline, obsessive compulsive, sociopathic) with different sets of symptoms. The common denominator is that people with personality disorders are comfortable with their symptoms and do not think there is anything wrong with them. Therefore it is very hard to treat them. They have little desire to change, DBT can help if they are willing to try. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Genetics/Environment: Personality disorders usually arise from a complex interaction between genetic vulnerability and environmental circumstances. While less is known about the former, much has been studied with regard to the influence of early childhood trauma, neglect, and parental relationships as factors contributing to the symptoms associated with personality disorders. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: What was formerly called Asperger's is now included in the mild end of the spectrum of autism. It is not a personality disorder, rather a different way of being that is in the spectrum primarily because the social difficulties (social tone deafness) experienced is out of proportion to otherwise normal to very high intelligence. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Politicians?: Dsm-v: individuals are arrogant and self-centered, feel privileged and entitled. They have an exaggerated sense of self-importance and are primarily motivated by self-serving goals. they seek power over others and will manipulate, exploit, deceive, con, or otherwise take advantage of others, in order to inflict harm or to achieve their goals. they are callous and have little empathy for others. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Always dimensional: All personality syndromes exist on a continuum of severity, from mild through moderate to severe. For example, you can be a little narcissistic or extremely narcissistic. At some point on the continuum, the person is impaired enough to get diagnosed with a disorder, but it is really just an arbitrary point on a continuum. ...Read more
What type of personality disorder mimics others, has anger issues and doesn't admit when they are wrong?
Is AvPD or indeed any personality disorder truly and completely treatable? My issues are so long standing, I can't imagine myself without them.
How can I know whether I have a sociopathic personality disorder or not? I was told that people didn't feel love at my age either, is this true?
Start with Dr: First, see the dr. And get started with any proper psychiatric diagnosis, which may certainly include a psychiatrist input. As far as feeling love, . ..Definitely all people, at all ages can experience love both in giving it and receiving it. Love is a gift we all have inherently inside us, you just need to find it, and when you do, your world will change my friend! God bless. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Longstanding traits: Personality disorders are characterized by longstanding behaviors that lead to impairments because of a person's interactional style and temperament. There are several "clusters": a) isolative, distrustful interactions with others; b) intense and/or destructive relationships, and c) unusual styles of interactions. The key is that these are chronic styles, not episodes such as depression. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cellular structures: X-ray is ionizing radiation. That is, it is capable of delivering sufficient energy to the body tissues to form free radical ions that can damage cellular dna. Some of the damaged areas can be repaired by normal repair mechanisms. Some are not. Some of the damage may cause premature cell death and the cells are replaced. Rarely the damage can induce a tumor years or decades later. ...Read more
Depends on type: Symptoms of personality disorders depend on the type of personality disorder. According to dsm-iv-tr, these are the general symptoms: *an enduring pattern of behavior that deviates markedly from the norm. * ways of perceiving and interpreting self, other people and events.* inappropriate emotional response.* interpersonal functioning* impulse control.* inflexible and pervasive pattern. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Therapy: Therapy can help with a personality disorder. You can learn skills that help you overcome the parts of your personality d/o that gets in the way or makes you unhappy. Once you meet with a therapist, they can offer other interventions. For some, meds, group work can also help. You'll have to first meet with a professional and come up with a plan together. Look here: http://locator. Apa. Org/ ...Read more