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.
could be depression, Avoidant Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, paranoid Personality Disorder, etc. . . Read More
App. 1 in every 120,000 people have a Multiple Personality Disorder (A.K.A. Dissociative Identity Disorder or Split Personality). Read More
Yes it can be a symptom of BPD. People with personality disorders are more likely to have more medical issues then people without them. This includes real and imagined ones Read More
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 Read More
Anyone can get schizoid personality disorder. However, people with bad childhoods and/or a family history of schizophrenia are more likely to get schizoid personality disorder. Read More
Do people with personality disorders realize that they have a new personality and do they know about the other personalities?
People with Dissociative Personality Disorder (Previously known as Multi-Personality Disorder) are most of the time unaware that the other personalities exist. Read More
Yes, I believe that both bipolar disorder and antisocial personality disorder can coexist. People are complex and unique and both the labels of bipolar disorder and antisocial personality disorder are abstractions are are ways to classify human beings. Read More
Avoidant Personality Disorder is a mental illness that is marked by feelings of inadequacy. Because of their very low self esteem, people with Avoidant Personality Disorder will avoid social obligations so they don't have to be around people. Read More
People with paranoid personality disorder have a deep distrust of others and are highly suspicious of everything. Read More
Yes, people who suffer from BPD (borderline personality disorder) frequently6 suffer from other psychiatric disorders (this is known as co-occurring) The disorders that most commonly "co-occur" with borderline personality disorder are mood disorders (depression and bipolar disorder), substance abuse, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), eating disorders (particularly bulimia), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and anxiety disorders. And yes some people with BPD also meet the criteria for a second personality disorder. Personality disorders that often co-occur with… Read More
A disorder that makes people not wish to get on with others. Read More
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 Read More
Very carefully, but they still are people too so don't treat them like they are an alien. Read More
Charlie sheen has been thought to have narcissistic personality disorder due to his carreer in being a jackass. Read More
Princess Diana. She had a borderline personality disorder. Read More
Autism is considered to be a disorder - thus why it's called Autism Spectrum Disorder. Autism is certainly not a personality, all Autistic people have vastly different personalities. Read More
people with paranoid personality disorder hear voices have visions and hallucinations and schizoid withdraw from contact,friends sex social activities are loners with a very strong imagination and fantasies Read More
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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" Read More
People don't acquire it, it is a genetic disorder that cannot be avoided or prevented. Read More
In the past it was said that Borderline Personality Disorder was the female version of Antisocial Personality Disorder(Sociopath). There are indeed many similarities between the two such as: difficulties with relationships, tendencies to blame others, impulsivity, aggression, and at many times manipulative tendencies. Today though it is understood that there is a difference between the two. Although Antisocial Personality Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder are both characterized by manipulative behavior, sociopaths or people with Antisocial… Read More
She was not officially diagnosed with it. Persons with psychiatric training have publicly speculated that her personality matched with those of people with Borderline Personality Disorder. Read More
Schizotypal personality disorder is one of a group of conditions called eccentric personality disorders. People with these disorders often appear odd or peculiar. They might display unusual thinking patterns, behaviors, or appearances. People with schizotypal personality disorder might have odd beliefs or superstitions. These individuals are unable to form close relationships and tend to distort reality. In this respect, schizotypal personality disorder can seem like a mild form of schizophrenia-a serious brain disorder that distorts… Read More
The most common term is sociopath. However, like most catchall terms, sociopath often is used to refer to people with other personality disorders. The correct term is "antisocial personality." Read More
If she committed the acts that she is alleged to have committed, the likelihood is extremely high that she is either given to psychotic episodes, or is a psychopath. Sociopathy is an inexact term that has come into popular use to describe people suffering from a variety of disorders including antisocial personality disorder, asocial personality disorder, psychopathic personality disorder, and narcissistic personality disorder. Read More
Paranoid personality disorder can be prevented by reminding oneself that people are not going to hurt you. Also, children whose needs are consistently and fully met (including social needs) are less likely to develop paranoid personality disorder later in life. Read More
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What is the difference between a person who have a schizoid personality disorder and someone who has schizophrenia?
Someone with schizoid personality will have some symptoms of schizophrenia (such as flat affect and asociality), but will not have delusions or hallucinations. Someone with schizophrenia will have difficulties in everyday life and will probably have delusions or hallucinations (95 percent of people with schizophrenia have delusions, and 75 percent hallucinate). Read More
No, not at all. People mistakenly assume that "antisocial" means "shy". That's wrong. Antisocial means "against society" - in other words, an antisocial person is someone who doesn't care about people, or hurts them. Many antisocial people are criminals (though not all of them always are). Antisocials are people who have no conscience. It's a personality disorder. Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder - very different. Read More
Antisocial people have no conscience and don't care about others. They may be criminals. But people with multiple personality disorder (now called Dissociative Identity Disorder) have so-called "split personalities", where one minute they may act like one person, and the next minute, they will tell you they're someone else. They actually truly FEEL and act like someone else. Read More
There are a number of mental disorders that can fall in the category. Autistic Spectrum Disease, Asperger's Syndrome, and Savants They can be very smart, but in a limited field, and have difficulties with more general criteria. There are several personality disorders that might be related. Cluster A -- People who appear "odd or eccentric." Paranoid Personality Disorder Schizoid Personality Disorder Schizotypal Personality Disorder Cluster B -- Highly egocentric people who may appear "dramatic, emotional… Read More
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. Read More
Yes, but both people have to be willing to work at it and continue to try to learn, grow, and heal for it to be even close to healthy and happy. Read More
Which term describes people who experience extreme emotions that make it difficult to function well in their daily lives?
The right term is "border personality disorder" . People with borderline personality disorder usually go from one emotional crisis. Read More
Borderline personality disorder is a person with sudden mood swings, self distructive behavior and very manipulative. Dependent personality disorder is to be fully dependent on a person and to literally focus your life around that person. People with borderline personality disorder (bpd) fear separation as much as people with dependent personality disorder. However, the bpd individual has more "unstable patterns of social relationships". They go from feelings of extreme love and admiration towards loved ones… Read More
Is it possible for a person have Schizoaffective disorder and Borderline personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder?
It is technically possible- there is nothing specifically disallowing the diagnosis of all three- but it is unlikely. Schizoaffective disorder and OCD may be found together. In fact, 23% of people with schizophrenia can also be diagnosed with OCD. However, Borderline Personality Disorder is rarely found in people with schizophrenia and OCD. Read More
Narcissism is a form of PERSONALITY DISORDER and is incurable. Read More
Yes, people can have more than one mental health disorder, even of same type of disorders. Read More
Different personality disorders present different symptoms. In general the symptoms are a deeply ingrained and maladjusted pattern of behavior persisting through many years. The symptoms usually manifest by the time an individual is an adolescent. The maladaptive behavior must be severe enough that it causes suffering, either to the patient, to other people, or both. Symptoms of antisocial personality include: callous unconcern for others, irresponsibility, violent behavior, disregard for social rules, and the inability to… Read More
What is the difference between Contrast Borderline Personality and Narcissistic Personality Disorder?
Firstly, they are not the same disorder. Bordeline personality disorder consist of a person or people having emotional unstability and depth of moods whereas Narcissist personality disorder consist of a person or people being mentally ill and lacking empathy for others. They seem similar but very distinct. For one, Borderline can be cured Narcissism is uncurable and people are born Narcissistic, Bordeline is a developed dismalfunction through periods of time. Both are dangerous if untreated… Read More
What is the difference between the types of disorders that are listed on axis you of the dsm-iv and the personality disorders that are listed on axis ii?
Axis I is your primary psychiatric diagnosis. Medication can be used to treat a psychiatric diagnosis. Axis II is for a personality disorder. You don't necessarily have a personality disorder when you have a psych diagnosis. Also you don't necessarily have a psych diagnosis when you have a personality disorder. Personality disorders can't be treated with medication. Anti-social personality disorder is a good example. There is no medication that will make you have empathy for… Read More
Most people think that serial killers are psychotic with a psychopath background. Modern medicine also thinks like that. Some of them were cataloged with Paranoid Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder or Schizotypal Personality Disorder. Read More
No, they are not. In MPD, the person actually believes him or herself to be different people. In Borderline, the person only acts erratic, but considers him or herself to be the same person. Read More
What Ted Bundy had was not considered a mental illness. He was not mentally ill. He was diagnosed as having APD or anti-social personality disorder. It is a personality disorder not a mental illness. People with APD basically have no empathy or feelings to other humans. People with this disorder cannot be cured and there is very little to offer in the way of treatment. But it needs to be pointed out that there are… Read More
People with AvPD (Avoidant Personality Disorder) display a pattern of social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy, extreme sensitivity to negative evaluation, and avoidance of social interaction. AvPD is also called Anxious Personality Disorder and it is Cluster C personality disorder recognized in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders handbook. Read More