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Personality Defects
October 2, 2017

Personality Defects

There is a saying in ancient scriptures that the mind is responsible for both man’s binding and his ultimate liberation from the cycle of birth-death or happiness-unhappiness. The personality defects that are there in a person’s mind are responsible for unhappiness, whereas one’s qualities are responsible for happiness and contentment. Personality defects are…

Rigid personality definition
September 26, 2017

Rigid personality definition

The need to be perfect is a false illusion. We are born and designed to be human and live within that humanity which is the paradox of perfection within our imperfection. The rigid person essentially rejects their own nature, sexuality and humanity, and seeks instead to be an idealised version of themself, one in which perfection is the only choice in all aspects…

detached person
August 21, 2017

detached person

We all know people in our lives who are detached. They tend to have trouble accessing or experiencing emotions. Some of the character traits present in a person like this are emphasis on independence, the fear of joining or being a part of groups, and aversion towards intimate relationships where opening up is so important. Someone who is emotionally detached…

Erratic person
August 5, 2017

Erratic person

The behavior of an addicted person is baffling, frustrating, frightening and sad. The power of addictive substances is so strong that many people are overwhelmed by it. Their actions and words are dictated by their need for more drugs but those who know and love him (or her) may not be able to understand why they are acting the way they are. Without realizing…

Personality Complex
July 24, 2017

Personality Complex

Along with the dissociation and multiple or split personalities, people with dissociative disorders may experience a number of other psychiatric problems, including symptoms: Other symptoms of dissociative identity disorder may include headache, amnesia, time loss, trances, and out of body experiences. Some people with dissociative disorders have a tendency…

Persons With mental disorders
July 20, 2017

Persons With mental disorders

Five years ago, Colton and Mandersheid surveyed mortality data from eight states and concluded that, on average, Americans with major mental illness die 14 to 32 years earlier than the general population. The average life expectancy for people with major mental illness ranged from 49 to 60 years of age in the states they examined — a life span on par with many…

Personality Disturbance
July 4, 2017

Personality Disturbance

BPD Symptoms The signs and symptoms may include: Patterns of intense and unstable interpersonal relationships with extremes of idealization and devaluation such as “I love her” and “I hate her.” Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment from family, significant others and friends. Identity disturbance or problems with sense of self (looks toward the…

psychology multiple personality disorder
January 16, 2017

psychology multiple personality disorder

Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a severe condition in which two or more distinct identities, or personality states, are present in—and alternately take control of—an individual. Some people describe this as an experience of possession. The person also experiences memory loss that is too extensive to be explained by ordinary forgetfulness. DID is a disorder…

symptoms of insane person
December 2, 2016

symptoms of insane person

The word “crazy” means different things to different people. A cat lady is crazy. That homeless guy on the street is crazy. Your ex girlfriend is crazy (or at least she has a personality disorder). However, there is a much more interesting, much more dangerous form of crazy – psychosis. I throw around the words “psychotic” and “psychosis” a lot at work, and sometimes…

extreme personality types
October 3, 2016

extreme personality types

When considering extreme environments it is easy to make assumptions about personality, which on closer examination do not stand up to scrutiny. Take, for example, one of the best-researched personality dimensions: introversion-extraversion. Extraversion as a trait appears in all established psychological models of personality, and there is considerable evidence…

8 types of personality
July 14, 2016

8 types of personality

Every team is made up of different personality types, and some demand more time and attention from the leaders who manage them than others. As every team leader knows, there’s no hard and fast management strategy that fits every kind of employee. Short of that, though, there’s a rough framework managers can use to decide how to direct their energy toward getting…

personality words that start with y
May 31, 2017

personality words that start with y

2. Putting your dog in a bag to sneak them around. Every place is dog-friendly if you believe in your dreams and your dog doesn’t stick its head out of the bag you’re carrying him in. 3. Abbreviated walks Their little legs move so much faster, and so many times for every one of our strides, that a 20-minute walk is quite the trek for them. I have one little dog…

Psychological and personality
July 29, 2016

Psychological and personality

Ximena B. Arriaga Purdue University, USA Mitja Back University of Münster, Germany Elliot Berkman University of Oregon, USA Michael J. Bernstein Pennsylvania State University, Abington College, USA Monica Biernat University of Kansas, USA Niall Bolger Columbia University, USA Claudia Brumbaugh Queens College, City University of New York, USA Amy Canevello University…

Personality disorder
July 5, 2016

Personality disorder

Borderline personality disorder, or BPD, manifests itself in different ways. It commonly takes a toll on relationships with those closest to you. It could even cause you to develop an eating disorder. This may leave you feeling alone and misunderstood. Connecting with others who have the same diagnosis is often a big help. You may be relieved to realize others…

psychological personalities
August 1, 2016

psychological personalities

Environmental and parental experiences during childhood influence an individual s personality during adulthood. For example, during the first two years of life the infant who is neglected (insufficiently fed) or who is over-protected (over-fed) might become an orally-fixated person (Freud, 1905). Tripartite Theory of Personality Freud (1923) saw the personality…

Non Confrontational personality
January 10, 2017

Non Confrontational personality

It starts with a feeling: Someone asks me for something, and I instantaneously feel a tiny internal wince. I’m inclined to give it to them, even when I know doing so might impact me negatively. I just can’t bear feeling responsible for disappointing others. In a word, I’m sensitive. I’m pretty good at empathizing with people and intuiting their feelings. Most…