Personality Disorders Explained

Dangerous Personality Disorders Explained

There are several types of personality disorders, and to understand each diagnosis you must have an explanation as well as a basic understanding of each disorder. Starting with Antisocial Personality Disorder, which illustrates symptoms that are related to many other disorders, yet separated since it has its own traits. Antisocial personality types often disregard others and ignore laws set for the communities. Antisocial personality types are often manipulative, and conniving, and may coerce others into sharing bad behaviors. Often these types of individuals are late for work, and appointments, and rarely feel remorse for their behaviors and actions.

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They enjoy cheating when the opportune presents it, as well as charming others into believing their way of thinking. Antisocial behaviors may include rage, avoidance, impulsive behaviors, and so forth. Often antisocial behaviors start at a youthful age and progress into adulthood. If you notice someone is a compulsive liar, steals, disregards others, destroys other people’s property, starts fires, or brings harm to animals and/or people, then you better find some help now. Psychopathic tendencies, traits, and personalities are similar to these particular diagnoses; therefore, you can see how dangerous this personality disorder is to others and to the patient.

Antisocial Personality Disorders

Antisocial Personality Disorders are often linked to abuse, alcoholism, drugs, crime, sexual deviations, and so forth. The disorder is found to be hereditary and may be linked to emotional disadvantages and parental guidance. However, this is not true in all cases, since there are more children today with antisocial behaviors, which are currently labeled under Conduct Control Disorder, and there are many parents fighting to save their child’s life. Antisocial Personalities are often said to suffer a history of brain injury and may be hereditary to a family that suffers from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is important that individuals seek treatment as soon as they notice any signs or behaviors that pose a threat to others. For the past eighteen years, I dealt firsthand with this disorder and several other dangerous disorders, and I can tell (even if you have to call the police on your child) do it! Another dangerous personality disorder is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), which consists of symptoms including, impulsive behaviors, mood swings that are often unpredictable (making the individual an extremely dangerous potential), terrified of abandonment, promiscuous behaviors, manipulative, self-destructive, sometimes violent, and so forth.

It is possible to treat these individuals; however, it can be dangerous to live with such a personality type. Borderline Personalities often cut themselves to seek attention, and often threaten suicide. They offer a love/hate relationship and often seek similar characteristics in other individuals. Other symptoms include short-term psychotic breaks, illicit behaviors, denial, depression, demands, and so forth. Borderline Personality Disorder is linked to incest, emotional breakdowns within families, alcoholism/drugs, and so forth, but not always. Histrionic Personality Disorder symptoms often include vanity, narcissism, anger, seductive, flirty, and so forth. Histrionic types often act, since they will play the role of a victim in most circumstances. Histrionic personality types may have other diagnoses, except the symptoms may not be extreme.

There have been cases reported of histrionic personality disorders becoming extremely violent, to the point of murder. Obsessive-compulsive disorders are known by their symptoms, which include disregard for rules and regulations, perfectionists, inability to complete most tasks, controlling one type of person such as lesser authority figures, and acting out self-control around authority figures to shield their identity, views people as objects, and so forth. The personality type is common, and these types of personality assault most Domestic Violence victims. This is not always true, since other personality types are also violent. Often the Obsessive-Compulsive types (OCD) have difficulty completing tasks due to their inability to flex and are often out to alienate anyone around them.

These types are also very stingy and disregard others’ feelings and emotions often. In fact, OCD patients may abuse any around them that shows emotions. It is important to know these symptoms of the various types of personality disorders, not only to protect yourself but also to get help for those that are suffering. It is NOT wise to try to treat these types of personality disorders on your own if you do not have expertise. Most times OCD patients, Antisocial Patients, and sometimes Borderline Personality Patients have a serious look on their faces at all times. There often force themselves to laugh in the presence of others. Since all the listed personality types disregard rules, regulations, and people’s feelings and emotions, it puts anyone around them in extreme danger. The majority of homicides reported results from individuals with Antisocial Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Histrionic Personality Disorder, OCD, (although the reported OCD patients kill slowly), Psychopathic, Sociopath, Schizophrenia, and other related disorders. Most all the diagnoses laid out in this article are VERY difficult to treat and in some cases, impossible if the person refuses help.  

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