What is the cost of medical bills from people who were hurt by someone who has a personality disorder?
This cannot be answered as posed. The fact that a person who hurt another has a perdonality disorder has nothing to do with the cost of treatment of the person hut. The cost of treatment depends upon the nature and extent of the injuries, the physical condition of the injured party, that which has to be done to treat the injuries, and other factors.
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Answer . I was with a narcissist for two years. He went straight into another relationship which completely devasted me. I went crazy and told him what I thought of him, and that I knew he was using this woman like he had me. He accused me of stalking him, but I knew he was getting pleasure from the attention. At Christmas I tried to contact him, and make amends and he won't answer me, nothing just ignoring me. Am I the first woman to have gotten rid of a narcissist??. Answer . True NPD personality types tend to be pathologic liars. They will say/do anything to manipulate others for their own benefit. They lack any type of conscience regarding others. Narcissists need to control/use others and view other people as puppets/tools that contrubute to the narcissists "supply".. You can deal with someone that has a NPD anytime you want. What you have to understand is that they only can empathize relative to what may directly affect their own lives. If a lie hurts you or another but benefits them and they can deny or lie about having lied then they will lie in a heartbeat. People with NPD are natural con artists. In many cases they have normal jobs and can mimic normal behavior realtively well. They are masters of facade and will use and manipulate others in amazing ways. They can be charming and even talented in some areas but have deep issues with esteem that manifests itself in many ways.. True NPD people will mix lies with truth to make themselves look better, or to cocktail their personalities to lure others into trusting them. NPD's have been honing their skills since they were young children and any normal person with a conscience is at a disadvantage. NPD's have a very simple perception that "you don't know the difference." A person who with an NPD justifies the usage of another. It is ultimately the victims own fault for believing the narcissist's lies. The narcissist will always tell you exactly what is needed to get what they want from you. They will deny, cry and ultimately become furious when confronted with their lies no matter how blatent. Dealing with the NPD is dealing with a child that lacks both empathy or a sense of conscience with regards to others.
Answer . While that is a diagnosis in mental health manuals, in years past such people were just called "conceited".\n. \nThe diagnosis is complex enough that it should probably be left in the hands of a mental health professional. Sometimes a person says positive things about themselves to help build their self-image. Often these people feel quite insecure and helpless and talk big to convince themselves. Without the training, it's often difficult to know the difference between someone who feels inferior or insecure and someone who is a true narcissist.\n. \nIf someone is annoying, avoid him/her. It doesn't matter if it's because of their insecurity or because they're narcissistic. Life's too short to hang around with annoying people.
Answer . First, there is no such thing as a perfect personality. However, the easiest way to find out if someone has been seeing a psycologist or some other type of mental health professional is to wait for the appropriate time to ask that person something to the effect of "have you talked with a therapist about that?". Besides that, it takes a long time to get to know someone.
I have lived all my life with members of my family with this disorder. Always always make sure they take their medication. If they wont take meds, look in to alternative. Look into therapy as well, for yourself. Remember you have to put yourself first, that is the key, otherwise you will be no good to anyone. At all times you have to be honest. I know this sounds hard, but you will always need someone to confide in. And most of all good luck. Another answer: Run away from them asap!
If a child is hurt riding a friend's mini bike on someone else's property who is responsible for paying the medical bills - our medical insurance of their homeowners?
Answer . there are many variables here.. speaking for 'most' states...homeowners policys have two different areas (that are common, additional coverages can of course be purchased) that medical bills can be paid from...one coverage is 'medical payments' this pays medical bills, rx, bandages etc. for anyone (not excluded, or not an excluded act) on your property that gets injured regardless of and without negliegence on the part of the insured, just on your property when hurt...(that is important)..there is also liablity coverage that covers ONLY things that the insured is liable for or thru some negligence of the insured......... you don't say if you were there if you gave permission for the child to ride and so on, so i will assume that you don't feel any negligence on the part of the insured property owner (if different let me know and i will attempt to assist but need more details). so unless an exclusion applies then the med pay should cover up to that limit, (which incidently is typcially low 1-5k (liability much much higher in 100k range).. now who (which ins company) is repsonsible also a state/policy thing, in some states you are allowed to 'double dip' meaning you can collect both, but more than likely your health ins will have a 'subrogation clause' ... were i you i would use my health ins. let them subrogate for what they pay and also would file a claim for the med pay myself to cover any co-pay or deductible, again if there is negli. on the insured's part would also be a liablity claim involve, the insurance company will immediately investigate to determine if any negli. on the part of their insured so they will let you know there stance on that. (accept or deny liability regarding this accident and injury to your son), whom by the way i hope is ok.........lori
Sadism is generally more of a psychosexual dysfuntion than a personality disorder; a sadist experiences sexual arousal from the pain, degradation, and humiliation of others. Many serial rapists/killers exhibit symptoms of sexual sadism, which often begins in childhood as zoosadism (torturing of animals), and later on the individual acts out these behaviors on other people.. A history of abuse, particulary sexual abuse, in childhood is often thought to play a role in the development of sadistic behavior, although genetic factors have also been proposed.
Go to a therapist if you suspect it and check Web MD and other accredited sources to understand and recognize the symptoms. It's a very complex mental health disorder that include distorted thinking, mood swings, and sensitivity. It's something to get help for right away and to never take lightly. If the person wants to get treatment and stick with it, it is worth every dime and every struggle along the way. Recovery is beyond worth it. Best of luck, In recovery from Borderline
How do you prove that someone has Narcassistic Personality disorder or Borderline Personality disorder?
Only a Psychiatrist can make that diagnosis. But I'm inclined to think on a personal level that if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck....run the heck away from them!!. I was inclined to say that this was a little bit harsh but on second thoughts believe it is useful for the borderline to read such things about themselves in order to aid them on their path to being 'normal'.
App. 1 in every 120,000 people have a Multiple Personality Disorder (A.K.A. Dissociative Identity Disorder or Split Personality).
A diagnosis is one way of formulate a problem, so that it can be studied, understood and maybe solved. The problem is not the whole person and so - to tell that someone have a personality disorder is to focus on a part of that person. Think about the purpose - what am I trying to accomplish with telling?
There are many traits of schizoid. There are covert and overt traits. Covert are non-obvious traits, and so you have to rely more on the unshared feelings of the person. Overt traits are obvious, prefers to be alone, introversion,narcissity,superiorness,self-sufficiency,loneliness,loss of affect,depersonalization,and regression.
Borderline Personality Disorder DSM IV Criteria . A pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects, and marked impulsivity beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by five (or more) of the following: . 1. frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment. Note : Do not include suicidal or self-mutilating behavior covered in Criterion 5.. 2. a pattern of unstable and intense interpersonal relationships characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation.. 3. identity disturbance: markedly and persistently unstable self-image or sense of self.. 4. impulsivity in at least two areas that are potentially self-damaging (e.g., spending, sex, substance abuse, reckless driving, binge eating). Note : Do not include suicidal or self-mutilating behavior covered in Criterion 5.. 5. recurrent suicidal behavior, gestures, or threats, or self-mutilating behavior. 6. affective instability due to a marked reactivity of mood (e.g., intense episodic dysphoria, irritability, or anxiety usually lasting a few hours and only rarely more than a few days).. 7. chronic feelings of emptiness. 8. inappropriate, intense anger or difficulty controlling anger (e.g., frequent displays of temper, constant anger, recurrent physical fights). 9. transient, stress-related paranoid ideation or severe dissociative symptoms. The DSM IV goes on to say:. The essential feature of Borderline Personality Disorder is a pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects, and marked impulsivity that begins by early adulthood and is present in a variety of contexts.. This being said, only a psychiatrist or psychologist can diagnose a mental illness.
For just medical billing and not coding too, it should be anywhere from $500-$800. If you add in medical coding training, it should be $2,000 or under. FIND a reputable school and not one who sells billing software posing as a school. You must be trained well to be successful in this business and if you wish to work at home, you'll need to buy expensive medical billing software to start the process, so calculate your start up costs into your overall expenditure. The price of these courses can also be cheaper if you choose to take it online as there wouldn't be any other fees (such as computer fees or other extra payments) as you would only have to pay for the course. It is cost effective as well as you wouldn't have to pay for gas or the bus going to the scheduled training compared to studying at home at your own time and pace.
Whats the name of the disorder of a person that will never hurt someone elses feelings no matter what?
One answer . spineless. Someone else's answer . You may be suffering from:. loving kindness. altruism. compassion for all life. "Compassion is that which makes the heart of the good move at the pain of others. It crushes and destroys the pain of others. Thus, it is called compassion. It is called compassion because it shelters and embraces the distressed." - Dp.A.193 
I have D.I.D (split personalities) and i have several different characters, one of which is an angry dog that would attack if it felt to threatened. I also have others that hurt me, but there is one in particular that feels threatened when there are people around me in such a way that i fell totally surrounded and unsafe. This one stands and eyes the situations, if anyone comes near it will knocked them out, thankfully others can see what is going on and can access the situation, so they sit down or move away. But as yet i have not hurt anyone but myself.
an alcholic personality its not about alchol its someone who constantly needs to push and make someone else feel bad about them selves in any way Answer Someone who likes to hurt people is someone who is just plain mean and has no consideration for anyone else. They don't care.
We cannot answer that question without incurring legal problems for people who are living. However, one need not look too far in the entertainment field.
These following classes of drugs are put in the order that theyprobably cover the most symptoms. Mood Stabilisers-(anticonvulsants) Antipsychotics Antidepressants Omega-three fattyacid ethyl-eicosapentaenoic acid supplementationeffectively treats hostilityand negative emotions in patients withmoderate to severe BPD .Because omega-three supplements arerelativelysafe, they should likely be used more frequently fortreating BPD.
Like the plague. RUN!!. If you are tempted to stay whether by their charms or your empathy, please think again. They cannot be helped, they don't want "help", there is "nothing wrong with them".. What they see by your staying is food for their unquenchable need to control and manipulate. They cannot and do not feel good about themselves until they make someone else feel worse. They are users and abusers. Everything you say can and will be used against you. It will be twisted to suit their means until YOU cannot discern reality from their made up one. All the hatred andf ugliness they feel will be projected onto you and you will come to own it.. I should know. I have been married to one for thirty years and am just now coming out of his pathetic and lying clutches because HE filed for divorce because nothing he could do - there was not enough pain - for me to break my vows and do it myself.
I'd say yes since I have been stalked for the past 9 years. There is a fine line between serendipity and stalking.
Give them books on the subject let them make up their own minds after that let it go
In most states in the US, there is provision for an insanity defense. The standards of proof vary from state to state. We cannot list how these laws vary in the 200-plus other countries of the world, and suggest that you check them out in the legal codes of your jurisdiction.
The answer depends on what you mean by "hurt." If you mean can someone with OCD harm another person in a violent manner, the answer is probably not, but possibly depending on the situation and if the person has any other co-morbid psychological disorders such as schizophrenia, attachment disorder or antisocial personality disorder. People with OCD may present with obsessions regarding germs, numbers, or collecting objects or other elements regarding controlling and ordering the chaotic aspects of life. But just because a person exhibits some of these traits does not necessarily mean they have OCD. They may have Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder or may have an Autism Spectrum Disorder or may even have garden variety Generalized Anxiety Disorder. The only person that can objectively diagnose OCD is a doctor, preferably a Psychiatrist. If the person is a child, it is critical that the doctor specializes in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Living with a person with OCD can be difficult, especially if he or she refuses any form of treatment and refuses to alter their behavior to make cohabitation more manageable. Behavioral therapy such as exposure and response prevention and/or medication such as SSRIs can make life more manageable, both for people with OCD and those who live with them.
I believe the short answer is "no." A narcissist believes that all people should love him. Therefore, once he has gained your love, you will be just like everyone else. Narcissists are only attracted to those who do not love them. To love a narcissist is to experience heartbreak.
What if someone is misdiagnosed with Bipolar disorder- are there negative effects of a non bipolar person taking bipolar medications?
if a person that is misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder takes bipolar medications, the person would have cognitive problems, they would have trouble with their intelligence and cognition..
Borderline Personality Disorder is a disorder characterised by instability in moods, relationships, emotions and a general fear of abandonment. Commonly people feel a chronic sense of emptiness and often are suicidial/feel relief from self harming. are more prone to psychosis, binge drinking/eating and potential drug use. People often have a fairly traumatic history
Doctors often perscribe psycotropic drugs like anti-depressants but a better way to treat them can be simple like casual conversation or anything that losens the affects of the condition these might seem unusual but if doesnt casue any bodily harm of the person in question or others around them it should be persued
The cost of medical insurance premium for low income people under the health care bill should be affordable and keeping parity with their income standard.What person with white color job can afford to pay ,cannot be compared with a rickshaw puller or taxi driver. But disease makes no discrimination among rich and poor and therefore the low income people need the medical insurance most. But their need will not bear fruit if the rate of medical insurance premium is kept at higher side and hence medical insurance premium should be kept low for low income people.
The main reasons stem from developmental problems in childhood, especially those of abuse and/or neglect. Since not all individuals who are abuse or neglected develop PDs, it is postulated that there must be some genetically vulnerabillity operating, in combination with developmental problems, as well.
The same as you'd date someone who does not have MPD (new label is DID for Dissociative Identity Disorder). Ask the person is they have particular "triggers". Ask how you can best help if the person dissociates. Trust is a big issue for people with MPD//DID. So bring your best honesty, sincerity, and integrity. Don't play games; be straight-forward.
Normally they can't. I suffer from BPD and unfortunately took two overdoses because I was 'triggered' off by feeling rejected by someone who I thought would be there for me. Sometimes people with this do get help, but it is hard for them to keep up this 'routine', due to them getting easily bored, or become paranoid and refuse to leave the house etc. It's an everyday struggle and it sucks.
There has been speculation that Nick Drake (folk singer who died in the 20's) had it. However, it's unclear; some of what has been described about him makes it sound like it could have been schizotypal. Hard question to answer, as most people tend to hide this. Also, the big focus now is on the Cluster B personality disorders, so very little attention or knowledge is devoted to the rest of the personality disorders.
I am pretty sure Joseph Stalin had sadistic personality disorder. He is a man who killed more people than Hitler, Pol Pot, Saddam and Genghis combined; and that's the low estimate. And unlike Hitler, Pol Pot, Saddam or Genghis, he didn't have a motive to kill all those people. Sounds sadistic to me.
there are many personality disorders and not all people with a specific personality disorder have the same behaviour patterns eg.In borderline PD you can have self harm suicide gestures/attempts angry outbursts impulsivity which can vary from risky sex,binging,speeding,stealing... Most of these behavior pattern are not positive ,hence the "disorder"
According to WebMD, "people with dissociative disorders may experience any of the following symptoms:" . depression . mood swings . suicidal tendencies . sleep disorders such as insomnia, night terrors and sleep walking . anxiety, panic attacks and phobias . alcohol and drug abuse . compulsions and rituals . psychotic-like symptoms, such as auditory and visual hallucinations . eating disorders . headache . amnesia . time loss . trances . "out of body experiences" A person with multiple personalities used to be diagnosed as being schizophrenic. However, they changed the name of the diagnosis to Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) since there are some schizophrenics who actually do not have split personalities. DID is basically when the person becomes fragmented and their personalities become separate entities, fighting for control over one another. When another personality takes over, it is said that some describe it as "being a passenger in their body rather than the driver. In other words, they truly believe they have no choice." Hope this information helps. :)
What type of personality disorder is someone who lies often cannot keep a job and feels he is right at all costs?
This is a behavior issue; probably not diagnosable by someone other than a psychologist. This person sounds like they are not confident in their abilities; is threatened by new situations and is stonewalling discussion about the matter. Skip trying to fix the behaviors using reason; encourage him to get training or job coaching. If he does not have a high school diploma, keep after him and make sure he does that--drive him, sit through class, etc. If you are married to him, you should know that permanent change may not occur and that your economics and personal life will likely be filled with drama. Keep a job and your finances separate.
In order to have a functional relationship with someone who has borderline personality disorder the main thing is to accept that they have a condition and to be able to provide support and understanding. If you are willing to live with it, then you can make the relationship work. Offer support, learn about the illness, and work with them to make it as manageable as possible.
CPT Code 99284 - Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components: A detailed history; A detailed examination; and Medical decision making of moderate complexity. Counseling and/or coordination of care with other providers or agencies are provided consistent with the nature of the problem(s) and the patient's and/or family's needs. Usually, the presenting problem(s) are of high severity, and require urgent evaluation by the physician but do not pose an immediate significant threat to life or physiologic function.
Medical coding is the coding of each patient's diagnosis with anICD-9 code, which is a code number that is recognized world wide.An ICD-9 (International Classification of Diseases, 9th Edition)book contains a diagnosis code for every illness, disease, injury,etc. known to man, and is used world wide. Medical billing is the process of billing the medical companies,using the transcribed medical information and the diagnosis codes,to give the insurance companies all of the pertinent data requiredto process payment of medical services.
No, Reners insurance generally covers liability if someone else gets hurt at your home, or due to your negligence
Charlie sheen has been thought to have narcissistic personality disorder due to his carreer in being a jackass.
What if someone is misdiagnosed with Bipolar disorder are there negative effects of a non bipolar person taking bipolar medications?
That all depends on the medication. Different medicines used to treat bipolar are often used for many other purposes. Tegretol, for example, is sometimes prescribed for bipolar but is also used to treat certain kinds of headaches. Seroquel, as another popular example, is often used for sleep or for depression.
no, it is onset by a traumatic childhood experience. Multiple Personality Disorder is actually more correctly (according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Psychological Diseases - IV) called Dissociative Identity Disorder.
I would have to say both,as your brain is connected to your body.Genes make neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) which can be absorbed from your gut(think of antidepressant pills you swallow) & certain genes increase your chances of having traits of borderline personality disorder.Having a serious infection which you would probably consider a medical disorder can affect the brain,brain damage can affect personality,see Phineas Gage.
Medications are always recommended by most doctors, but with commitment, one may be able to go to dialectical behavoural therapy. It would come at a price, but you'd certainly be beneficial compared to the harmful side effects of some drugs.
The guarantor is the person responsible for a medical bill. For a child, the guarantor is usually a parent.
Someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder often shows signs of vanity. Other symptoms include making oneself feel above others as well as being egotistical. Obsession with power and prestige are also red flags for this disorder.
you really got to set down and figure out whats got him or her all upset you have to have some way of knowing what to do this person has set their mind on something they possibility have to redirect and keep them calm and sort it out.
The website Indeed has lots of different information about finding jobs and in particular a Medical Billing job. There is also a forum on the website which will help you in finding such a job.
Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder have intense,unstable close adults with this disorder have highly changeablemoods and intense anger, treatments are partially effective forBorderline Personality Disorder.