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.
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 isn't a crusader personality disorder. However, someone with a family member a personality disorder often feels like a crusader in protecting their family.
It is a symptom of antisocial personality disorder. it can be associated witH Borderline Personality Disorder- someone i know has that and she would tell bizarre fibs to get attention or avoid people walking away from her when she was upset or eveni think to get what she wants when under severe stress and anxiety
You go to your General Practitioner (the doctor who you see for checkups) and ask for a referral to a psychiatrist. Explain why you think that you should see a psychiatrist. During your appointment with a psychiatrist, tell him/her that you think that you have a personality disorder and explain why. The psychiatrist will either ease your fears by telling you that you don't have a personality disorder or tell you that you have a personality disorder. In the event that you do have one, the psychiatrist will set up appointments to help you with your personality disorder.
Possibly narcissistic personality disorder. Possibly sociopathic personality disorder.
Schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder, not a personality disorder. However, there are some personality disorders that have similar symptoms to schizophrenia: paranoid personality disorder, schizoid personality disorder, and schizotypal personality disorder.
could be depression, Avoidant Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, paranoid Personality Disorder, etc. . .
You can tell if someone has an anxiety disorder if they are too anxious about something. If they are extremely eager about everyday issues then they most likely have an anxiety disorder.
Antisocial personality disorder and borderline personality disorder can both cause impulsive behavior.
I think its someone who has two personalities, not to sure
Antisocial personality disorder is a type of personality disorder under Axis 2 disorders.
Not all mental abusers are. A narcissist is someone who suffers from a specific personality disorder called "Narcissistic Personality Disorder." This disorder is relatively rare. Not all abusers suffer from the Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) - although many of them have narcissistic traits.
There are many psychologists and psychiatrists who specialize in Anti-social Personality Disorder. Check with your local doctors or hospitals to find someone who has this as their specialty and if they do not have anyone in-house that specializes in that disorder, they could likely refer you to someone who does.
The phrase hypothetical personality disorder is used when someone is lying about a condition they have. It is essentially fake or has never been officially diagnosed by a doctor.
Borderline personality disorder is a specific personality disorder. A personality disorder is a set of traits and long held, often inflexible, beliefs which tends to interfere with "normal" functioning in society. There are different types of personality disorders. Borderline personality disorder is one of many specific classifications of personality disorders.
Yes. Secrets are part of the disorder.
It's borderline personality disorder.
yeah get out.
Borderline personality disorder is one of many different types of personality disorders. Borderline personality disorder is one of many different types of personality disorders.
The closest disorder to sociopathy, Antisocial Personality Disorder, is. When a psychiatrist treats a sociopath he/she says that the sociopath has Antisocial Personality Disorder.
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.
Dissocial personality disorder
Depends on which personality disorder you are talking about.