P Personality Disorders

These are people who do not have a mental illness but have difficulties with social interactions; they find it difficult to make or keep relationships, get on with people at work or friends and family.

In mental health the word personality refers to the collection of characteristics or traits that make each of us an individual which includes the way we think, feel and behave.

People with personality disorders have traits that make it hard for them to have positive relationships with others and they end up feeling distressed or make others feel upset due to unhealthy patterns of interaction which is unpleasant for both sides. They find it difficult to learn from experience and change those traits.

If we imagine a person who is very suspicious, he will always be feeling anxious and unsafe; people around him will suffer from his continuous suspicion and this could lead to him being aggressive.

Another person who is emotionally cold, self centered, has no regard for other people's feelings, tends to be aggressive and does not feel guilty; this person is more likely to commit crimes and his community will suffer both emotionally and financially.

Sadly, those people with personality disorders may not be aware of their difficulties but it certainly affects people around them.

Some of the personality disorders we deal with are: paranoid, schizoid, antisocial, borderline, histrionic, narcissistic, obsessive compulsive, avoidant and dependant.

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