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Personality disorders. What it looks like and what they are like.

We interact a lot with people in everyday life, in relationships, at work, and often can’t understand why people are so different and why some people react to innocent words with humor, while others are offended. Why some people live in “their own world”, while others actively live in yours and you sometimes want to drive them away.Why some people say nasty things to you and think bad things about you for no apparent reason, while others are sincere and pleasant.

 

– How do you learn to understand people?

– By learning the types of personalities and characters.

 

After reading this classification, everything will fall into place. You will learn to identify people with a predominance of one or another accentuation that shifts their behavior beyond the norm.

 

Character accentuations and personality disorders

Personality disorders are chronic mental states of a person that become the main ones for him and begin to form in early childhood. They turn out to be fully formed and can be diagnosed as early as at the age of 16-17 years. They are often perceived by others as part of the character or nature. Disorders are evaluated according to the degree of severity, location relative to the Ego.

Features of diagnostics.

1. Cultural conditions and life experience.

 

Personality disorders are identified relative to the general norm of the cultural group. If infantile behavior is encouraged in society or in the family, then we are talking about the chosen social role, not a personality disorder. Personality disorders are a shift relative to the behavioral norm caused by getting stuck in one or more accentuations due to the underdevelopment of others.

 

At the same time, one should take into account the behavior that will be called anxiety and paranoia within a society in which peace and security reigns in a region associated with excessive danger will be considered normal. Where social norms are displaced, the concept of the psychological norm also shifts. Therefore, we cannot evaluate the human psyche separately from the cultural group and its living conditions. We can only estimate it relative to a particular coordinate system. spsyhologist.ru

 

Don’t confuse role and character accentuation. Parenting influences a person’s role choices. Whether your child will be a gentleman or an irresponsible piece of egoist depends on the role that he considered for himself as convenient and acceptable even as a child with a parental behavior model. About social roles.

Accentuations of character and personality disorders are influenced not by the chosen role model of behavior, but by the defense mechanisms formed by the psyche, which were nurtured by the psychological environment in which the child was placed. Therefore, people with a personality disorder, contrary to stereotypes, may come from different families with different incomes and family composition. In poor families, which at the same time are rich in their healthy mental atmosphere, we can get mentally healthy offspring. And in rich families, relationships in which are built on a sick mechanism of relationships are not healthy.

 

Personality disorders can be relevant not only for an individual, but also for a social group. For example, today I listened to an interview with Maruv. She was asked why she doesn’t do duets with Ukrainian singers. She replied that she once tried to do this, but today it is much easier to agree on cooperation with foreign colleagues. You send your work if you liked it and started working. At one of the competitions, where there were artists from different countries, one of the foreign singers heard her and immediately said “I want to duet with her”. Even though she was just an aspiring singer. This is how it works abroad. If you have talent, if you have something to work with, we work. In Ukraine, they are starting to talk about who is more famous and who has more views. That is, we see a shift in the norm towards narcissism. Perhaps these people once behaved exactly the same way and they are simply not accustomed to think differently. Instead of working, they think about who has the highest rating. Perhaps this is why Maruv and Zapadnaya estrada differ in quality and the whole world listens to them, but not to Ukrainian pop. Where there is a noticeable shift in the norm, degradation occurs. The general psychological background can also affect new souls. This should be taken into account.

2. The degree of severity of the personality disorder.

 

The most important stage for diagnosis is the degree of severity of the personality disorder. If it is not very pronounced, we call it a personality type or accentuation of character. For deeper expressiveness, we divide the degree of expressiveness into three depths:

1. Neurosis is a reversible state of mild personality disorder, which is already beginning to interfere with life, but is not critical.

2. Borderline state, when the severity is already on the verge of normal and clinical pathology. (There is also a separate personality disorder called borderline personality disorder.)

3. Psychosis. Clinical diagnosis.

 

3. Position taken with respect to the Ego.

 

We also take into account how close the symptom is relative to the person’s Ego. In some cases, the person himself is aware of his diagnosis, perceiving it as something superfluous, interfering, outside of him, standing separately, outside or opposite to his Ego. In other cases, the person may perceive the symptom as something normal, as part of their Ego and their personality. In this case, the person is not critical of their condition. It merges with it. Even if a person collects a lot of junk in the house and they are told about it, they perceive it as something normal, but they come to a psychologist with completely different problems.

And so we started! Personality disorders were placed in the general classification of ICD-10:

 

1. Paranoid personality disorder.

Paranoid personality disorder-characterized by frequent frustration, fears, suspicion, distrust, dissatisfaction with others, and a tendency to take everything personally. Often, for no reason and on a regular basis, it seems to such a person that they are envious of him, they want to harm him, everyone is looking at him, everyone wants to harm him, or everyone is discussing him. This anxiety, malevolence and suspicion can lead to the fact that the team really becomes excessively cool towards a person, perceiving him as a foreign body. In particularly severe cases, a person may feel for no reason that he is being watched, that signals are being sent to his head, that he or the whole world is being controlled by extraterrestrials… Any of this may turn out to be true, but normally people say such things when they have proof of it.

At the country level, we can observe paranoia in building up weapons to the detriment of the economy or the environment. But in some cases, this form of behavior may actually be justified. As we know from history, cases and neighbors are different. Safety first. But paranoid personality disorder is a basic instinct for self-preservation in a hypertrophied form. If the absolute absence of fear can often be a sign of reduced intelligence or displacement of problems, which can also be a form of personality disorder, then paranoia is the other extreme. It is bad not to trust anyone, but those who do not think that thieves leave their belongings unattended in public places usually become victims of theft much more often than their vigilant counterparts. Such “onlookers” actually look out for in the crowd “lovers of other people’s yummy food”. A paranoid person will never “yawn”. He will keep vigil. Both day and night. This is its plus and minus at the same time. Minus because it is difficult to build healthy relationships in society without trusting anyone.

 

An example of paranoid disorder is a neighbor’s granny who watches the whole house and writes down the license plates of cars that she sees in the yard. The paranoid person has everything under control and even if the neighbor’s cat suddenly began to behave suspiciously, they can start following him until they find out whose cat he goes to, calling it according to its frivolous behavior.

Lively, bright, intelligent, and active, Ernest Hemingway spent the last years of his life in a mental health clinic with a diagnosis of depression and paranoia. He developed diabetes, which, according to doctors, worsened the condition. After 60 years (1960) Ernest began to claim that the FBI was watching him. In 1980, Ernest’s FBI file was declassified and the fact of surveillance was indeed confirmed. Trust your loved ones. Support them. Do not leave them alone with their fears, then the phobias may soften or disappear altogether.

 

2. Schizoid personality disorder.

Schizoid personality disorder is a condition in which a person avoids or rather is unable to maintain emotionally charged relationships. It is difficult for him to make social contacts and establish social connections. He can become detached from people by over-theorizing.

The schizoid tends to withdraw into himself, go into fantasies. Such traits as emotional coldness appear. Schizoids have little interest in sex. They prefer to work alone. This personality disorder is similar in nature to schizophrenia. In this state, a split personality occurs close to schizophrenia.

Schizoids include: Einstein, the artist Louis William Wayne, who later went into a schizophrenic state. His paintings of seals became a tool for studying schizophrenia. From literary characters: Don Quixote. Fictional characters: Hedgehog in the Fog. Schizoids can be interesting and pleasant people if you understand them. They are simply somewhat different from the emotionally alive human mass. The ideal version of a socialized schizoid is Sherlock Holmes. The main character of the movie “Magnificent Creatures” shows something between schizoid personality disorder and high-functioning autism. Pay attention to his relationship with the woman he loves in a peculiar way and who loves him. Or rather, her feelings of loneliness, loss, uselessness, anger next to him. With a withdrawn schizoid who does not transmit love to his chosen one, it is always very difficult.

 

Schizoids probably become individuals who needed to hide deep in their inner world and develop in it, so as not to die from the cold and pain of the external world. Not to see, not to hear, not to understand, as far as the emotional sphere is concerned. Physics and mathematics can become a hobby for a schizoid who has gone into intellectual compensation. Schizoids are often children who have had difficulties with socialization at school. Or perhaps they had such difficulties because they were schizoid. They can be confused with introverts and phlegmatics, but introverts who are closed in themselves are still sensitive and need people, and phlegmatics are simply more measured. The schizoid may not care much about people at all, except when they are useful, like Dr. Watson.

3. Dissocial personality disorder.

Synonyms for this disease are “psychopathy”and ” sociopathy”. This is anti-socialism in all its manifestations. Ignoring social norms. Impulsiveness. Such people can’t or almost can’t form attachments. Sometimes they realize that other people’s relationships are based on different principles than their own and come to therapy. It is extremely difficult to build trust with them, so therapy for this personality disorder can be difficult.

 

Sociopathy should not be confused with social phobia, which is innocent in comparison with it. With social phobia, a person experiences an irrational fear of public attention, public speeches, and the views of strangers. This may be due to excessive modesty, weakness, fear of fighting for a place in the food chain, or disrupted socialization.

A malignant sociopath tends to hate people for no reason, generalizing them all as if they are guilty of something in front of him. He can spoil public property, defiantly not take part in social life, despise neighbors and passers-by, as well as close people. Such a person can defecate in the elevator or even poison school breakfasts, as one cook did. When asked why she did this, she said, ” They’re always hungry.” It seemed to annoy her. The last example is a clinical case of psychopathy with which a person should be isolated from society as it becomes extremely dangerous for him. If such thoughts appear in your head or in the head of your friend-you need to consult a psychiatrist.

 

Depending on their intelligence and cultural level, sociopaths can be very different. There are well-socialized sociopaths who do not care about the public and your opinion, but at the same time they are valued by society. They can tell you that you’re wearing the wrong clothes and really tell you the truth. They rarely show envy or competition. They are simply straightforward and idiosyncratic people, which can attract attention and even inspire some form of trust, sympathy, and respect for their opinions and personalities.

 

Dissocial personality disorder in cinema is Dr. House. Or, in a more run-down form, Anthony Hopkins ‘ character in The Silence of the Lambs. But this is a refined, cinematic image of intellectual sociopaths of varying degrees of severity of the manifestation of the disease. In everyday life, most often we meet low-intellectual, poorly socialized, deviant, depressive representatives of this disorder: gopniki, old people shooting at children because they plucked a cherry from their tree whose branch fell over the fence, rude and sarcastic on the Internet sudars and ladies, people haters, dog hunters, etc.

Emotionally unstable personality disorder is divided into:

1. Borderline type.

2. Impulsive type.

People with borderline personality disorder they have blurred personal boundaries, so they constantly step on other people’s ones. This is expressed in an attempt to impose their worldview, in overly personal questions that they can not hesitate to ask, in too personal revelations with strangers, in attempts to constantly lend money or create situations where you will owe them, will be involved in them or they in you. Tendency to promiscuous (promiscuous) relationships, sometimes even same-sex. This happens not because of hypersexuality or disorientation, but because of a lack of understanding of oneself and one’s Self.

 

Borderline personality disorder is also called emotionally unstable personality disorder – emotions are expressed very intensely. There is a great need to be accepted, because of which the partner is forgiven many shortcomings. The fear of loneliness and fear of being abandoned are so great in such people that they usually provoke their partner by testing his strength or leave him first so that they do not leave them. They are afraid of being judged and not being accepted. At the same time, it is worth considering that healthy people may also have such concerns. It is not normal when these fears begin to significantly dictate the form of behavior, forcing you to adapt, suppress your opinion, submit to abusing, behave victimistically or provocatively.

With the impulsive type of emotional disorder, there is a chronic abnormal type of behavior characterized by emotional unbalance, impulsivity, excitability, low self-control, and most often aggressiveness for no apparent reason.

A person can suddenly become overly emotional in a generally favorable environment for no apparent reason. (Unlike a neurotic who, due to the weakening of the nervous system, overly emotionally reacts to insignificant trifles).

 

People with this diagnosis tend to provoke conflicts themselves by their inappropriate behavior. Gratuitous tears that arise in the midst of fun, resentment not at real situations, but at far-fetched, sucked out of the finger. Such people can sit in the midst of a fun evening with a dissatisfied face, be offended, angry, fufufukat other people or cry. Conflicts tend to be provoked by masochists, victimized people, sadists, psychopaths, and manipulators,but not in such a provocative, contrived, deliberate, and sudden manner.

After that, in order to justify their behavior, they often deny it, distort cause-and-effect relationships, change the places of their provocation and reaction to it, exposing themselves as a victim, convincing looking into the eyes that they did not say this, but someone else is bad, the one who reacted, for example. Or even pass the blame on you, friends, evil forces “the devil got mixed up”. Also, these people are prone to auto-aggression – self-harm) – causing bodily harm not only to others, but also to themselves.

 

According to statistics, 10% of those suffering from this disease commit suicide. This diagnosis is relevant only when it is chronic, coincides on several points and is fixed, as part of the personality, even in childhood.

 

An example from practice: a man cut his girlfriend’s clothes in the closet, citing the fact that she deceived him, bewitched him and he was so bad that he “twisted”. From the outside, you can condemn such mysterious behavior of an adult. But it should be noted that at the same time, according to him, the girl provoked him for a long time by causing jealousy, behaving frivolously, writing strange stories about her sexual adventures, running to secret meetings with other men, flirting. We see here a collision of a hysterical woman craving attention and provoking low-frequency emotions in her partner and an impulsive emotional personality disorder significantly catalyzed by these provocations. With a healthy partner, perhaps such exacerbations would not have happened.

Provoking, unhealthy, energetically sucking partners flying to the emotional honey and tar of this accentuation of personality, even with a slight degree of its expression, emotionally unstable, traumatized individuals should be avoided. You should also avoid drugs that excite the nervous system, including coffee, as well as diets that deplete the nervous system.

 

5. Hysterical personality disorder.

Hysterical personality disorder is characterized by a constant need for attention, unstable self-esteem, pretentiousness, unnatural behavior, and constant sexualization of oneself. Attention is required not so much from your loved ones as from strangers. Hysteroids are characterized by rapidly changing, shallow emotions, theatrical speech. Attention is usually achieved by an outrageous, catchy appearance or defiant behavior. This type of personality is also called theatrical or acting.

Normally, all people tend to attract the attention of a potential partner. It is the breeding instinct that speaks in us. Having established a strong connection with the chosen one, we cherish it and try to maintain its attention. The hysteroid is constantly trying to attract everyone to himself. Necessary and unnecessary, good and bad … Sometimes focuses on a specific object, which first overly idealizes, and then devalues.

 

They are characterized by an abnormal behavior style. This is not an extrovert who is comfortable, natural and pleasant to be the center of attention. The extrovert is natural and harmonious in this position and he does not provoke anyone. A hysteroid is a person who will be defiantly dressed or coiffed, who will look invitingly, languidly at others, or flirt, or simply passively crave attention and cause jealousy of the partner, if there is one. Such a person can behave defiantly, artificially, unnaturally with the opposite sex, which often even scares away.

 

Hysteria is competitive with people of its own sex. Such an individual can meddle in the relationship of another couple by attracting the attention of an object of the opposite sex and pushing the object of his own sex away. Such people may be interested in partners who are already in a relationship only for the purpose of destroying this relationship, getting attention intended initially for another person, stealing it, showing “I am better”, getting a resource and asserting that they have succeeded. After that, they lose interest in what they’ve won if they don’t get extra profit from it. As a rule, other people’s feelings are not important to them, as well as to narcissists. So they eat up correcting their unstable, as we noted above, self-esteem.

It is generally accepted that women are most often hysteroids. Within the established culture, femininity often plays up certain elements of attractive behavior. This is a biological necessity. But that doesn’t mean you have a hysterical personality disorder. In fact, there are quite enough hysteroids among men. Hysteria is distinguished by the languor of the voice, affectation, frequent withdrawal into infantile or alpha-selfishness as the chosen roles, sexualization of everything and everything, emotional superficiality, instability of attachment, variability in the choice of the object of “love”. When they draw attention to themselves, they first idealize their partner. Then they devalue it and reject it. This is called ” reassessing the importance of a partner.” Their life is a game, a show-off, a constant search for attention and an attempt to be meaningful. More significant than others. Not for your chosen one, as is usually the case, but for everyone-everyone-everyone. Receiving attention and significance – they lose interest, which often provokes red tape for masochists or dependent individuals, raising their self-esteem and popularity in the eyes of society. That’s what the game was all about.

 

This accentuation is somewhat similar to narcissism, but narcissists have complete self-confidence and self-reliance. I’m the best and I know it. The narcissist doesn’t care what you think of him. He doesn’t think about you at all. More precisely, daffodils are important to envy and admiration, but they are sure that they are the best without them. The hysteric needs endless confirmation from the outside world of his significance, otherwise he begins to get hysterical, mope, lose the vital incentive, wither like a vampire without fresh blood. One partner’s love for a hysteroid is too small and cramped. He needs the applause and recognition of many, to be visible and preferably in a red candybaber or a brighter and more revealing dress, so that they will certainly pay attention and say ” Ah!”.

 

This accentuation occurs when it is necessary to compete for the love of a parent of the opposite sex or the complete absence of such love, and when you are confronted with a parent of your own sex, who may be unnecessarily intrusive and hostile. As well as with early traumas and disappointments associated with sexual and love experiences. Cold partner, competition, betrayal, infidelity, depreciation. A vivid example: the singer Madonna, Amatuya, Philip Kirkorov, Vladimir Zhirinovsky (mixed type).

6. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.

Anancastic personality disorder or Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder – involuntary obsession with ideas, obsessive thoughts, superstition, excessive tendency to doubt, detailing, perfectionism, obsessions and compulsions. Syndrome of insecure people and their circumstances.

Slightly expressed in many people disorder. Have you ever been afraid to step on a trapdoor because you were told that it brings bad luck? Or sit in 13th place? Or live on the 13th floor? Or cross the road after a beautiful black cat has crossed it across your trajectory? Superstitions, repetitive rituals, the idea that if you wash your hands 3 times you will be lucky, and if you do not wash you will not even hit the ball with a cue-this is an anancastic personality disorder. Talismans for good luck, stand with your right foot on the fart, attach a pin from the evil eye… All this is the innocent beginning of irrational thinking and behavior, which can lead in a neglected form to such a psychiatric disease as OCD.

 

In general, if you ever thought that the letter of ” happiness” that you did not send out to ten of your friends could be the reason for your failures – you are on examination. Spambots collect your data and that of your friends in various ways, including using “happy letters”that play up anancast personality disorder. And the reason for failures is the lack of planning, ability to work, resource, high competition, and often the actual lack of attempts.

Anancastic disorder occurs as a result of suppressed emotions and desires. A person wants something, but he does not manage to achieve it due to the underdevelopment of some character traits or abilities related to achieving the desired. He stops believing in himself and begins to ritualize his life. Look for reasons in external details, hints, and believe in signs. Sometimes it really helps to set up your psyche to achieve the goal and motivate you to succeed.

 

A person with such an accentuation can believe that Higher forces are leading him on the right path, if after meeting a partner he begins to see hearts everywhere. Spilled coffee spilled in the shape of a heart-this is a sign! This is my other half! Joy overwhelms a person. Feelings for a partner are idealized and deepened regardless of the partner’s behavior and personality.

 

Literally in some cases, garbage and even g .. vno neatly placed by some dog on the road by chance in the shape of a heart can be perceived joyfully and inspiringly because “this is a sign that I will meet love” or “that this person is my love”. spsyhologist.ru And then, all of a sudden, sometimes disappointment happens. And in the partner, and in the threads of fate, and in the signs… Or maybe the frustration doesn’t start, but instead begins to sink into guilt. The signs were from above! The partner was sent by fate! In this regard, it is idealized. The fact that he behaved negatively is forgotten because he was brought hearts from the garbage. Positive memories take a frontal position, and a person begins to blame himself, aggravating his mental state.

 

In general, in anancastic personality disorder, reality is suppressed by illusions and this affects the perception of the world, choices, behavior, health and fate. spsyhologist.ru

6. Anxiety personality disorder.

Anxiety personality disorder is the avoidance of social interaction due to feelings of inferiority, fear of being disliked, fear of being rejected, fear of saying the wrong thing, fear of being judged or socially disapproved of. Most often, anxious, insecure people develop intestinal neurosis or the so-called TFR (irritable bowel syndrome).

Society unconsciously probes individuals for anxiety and self-confidence. If they notice such a weakness in you, they either stop respecting you, or start using and suppressing you as a weaker colleague. It is necessary to sharpen your claws and teeth in order to survive in this large and densely populated magical forest with various wonders and “akhtungs”. But anxious people, usually suppressed by their parents in childhood, have their claws and teeth pulled out, sometimes even along with a large piece of psychic meat.

 

This condition is often found in adolescents and takes place in the process of successful socialization. But if self-esteem was injured during the formation of a personality, the condition may worsen and persist into adulthood. Humiliating, rejecting parents deal the first blow to the psyche, and peers who have smelled the wound of insecurity finish it off by turning it into a victim of their teenage selfishness,which grows over time, but during its existence can cause severe injuries to those who are weaker or lower in the food chain.

 

Usually this state is expressed by a certain isolation, fear of being humiliated, fear of opening up, fear of appearing in front of people as a person is, because this is the risk of not being accepted again, as it once was.

In malignant perverse cases, this personality disorder can develop into ridiculing a partner in society, self-affirmation at the expense of the chosen one. This weak person seems to say: “Humiliate, do not love, laugh with him(her), but not with me. Here’s a sacrifice for you.” In this case, they may be unconsciously inclined to search for a common enemy for their relatives and friends, or an object for ridicule and gossip. All in order to get approved, not to be devoured and rejected. At the same time, they ignore the concept of honor, decent behavior and justice. It is not for nothing that they say that those who humiliate and offend others are children who are offended at school age.

 

7. Violation of attachment formation.

Disinhibited personality disorder or attachment disorder. The so-called “disliked children”. It manifests itself in childhood in an illegible friendliness, stickiness. It occurs as a result of a lack of communication with parents, the departure of one or both parents, a state of abandonment, or uselessness. It is characterized by difficulty to establish contact with peers with a high need for such, inner loneliness and longing. Weak control over needs and motivations. The need for communication and social contact with low self-esteem pushes such people to humiliate, run after people or contact just anyone.

We all know that contact with other people is not only an exchange of information, but also an emotional exchange, which is a source of vitality. During experiments on rats, scientists came to the conclusion that the deprivation of young rodents wither and die even if they are well fed. Thus, we need emotional support like air. One of the most brutal forms of psychological violence is the manipulation of indifference, alienation, coldness, and judgment. Children living with such a cold, unable to love, rejoice, broadcast positive emotions, support their child by a parent tend to compensate for mental deficits outside. But strangers are strangers. They do not experience the requested emotions and are not always ready for such a fast and close rapprochement, which is expected by a person with a violation of attachment formation. Often this leads to the fact that the person is removed or used, and the trauma is aggravated, developing into a state of frustration “I don’t need anyone”, “why did they give birth to me”, depression and melancholy. spsyhologist.ru

With age, the psyche can adapt, get used to it. Fill themselves with something other than parental love, which they didn’t get. But the worst nightmare for such a person is to meet a significant partner who emits love at an early stage of relationship development, but in fact is cold or abusive, prone to psychological violence, and repeat the children’s scenario.

It is these people who, with a favorable development, are able to highly value friendships and relationships. They are usually loyal, friendly, and perform well in close relationships.

8. Infantilism.

Infantile personality disorder is nothing more than the preservation of a form of behavior corresponding to the previous age stage, usually children. Less often for teenagers.

It is characterized by appearance and behavior beyond the age limit. Infantile people seek pleasure at the expense of planning. Not constructive. They tend to shift responsibility to others. They are touchy. In situations that require an objective assessment, they look for the extreme ones because they are not inclined to objectivity and analysis. They, as children, need everything to be the way they want and like it, even if it is to the detriment of justice, normality or you, otherwise they will nervously tap their foot, get angry or offended.

Children’s selfishness often pushes such people to take pleasure in drugs, alcohol and the search for a better life, even if this requires sitting on the neck of their parents, society or their children. Immaturity of the psyche often leads to the fact that a person does not know how to get along with money, peers, and parents. Friends can be much younger in age or just as infantile.

The fear of growing up is caused by the underdevelopment of mental programs and scenarios that allow you to adapt to the next age category. Somewhere at the stage of growing up, parents did not teach you how to be an adult, make decisions, and live without them. Often these are hyper-protective parents or, on the contrary, who did not complete the program of introducing the child to the world, did not show an alternative example. Also, psychotrauma can cause getting stuck in childhood.

 

Such people are often looking for a partner who will take responsibility for them, the payment of their debt, their way of life, their material well-being, and the development of events in their lives. At the same time, they are not capable of constructive dialogue, budget planning, adults, and healthy relationships. If such people have children, they often change roles with them after growing up, obliging them to take responsibility for themselves.

9. Narcissistic personality disorder

A narcissist is a person who is absolutely sure of his exclusivity, superiority, permissiveness, absorbed only in himself and his needs and emotions. Often has an inflated self-esteem. Tends to humiliate, devalue, depersonalize others. In particular, the closest ones, since outsiders are free to leave the field of narcissistic battles, and stronger ones can take revenge on him.

The narcissist talks a lot about himself and has little interest in others. In the narrative, he presents himself as a pearl on a huge shell. They can talk enthusiastically and boastfully about their branded items or a new car, but they are not interested in the other person. Most often, narcissists are friends with women because developed men are not interested in them much, they will not listen to narcissistic stories and bragging. In view of the fact that the narcissist is indifferent to the personality and experiences of the partner, it is difficult to stay in a long-term relationship with him. A certain woman(man) may oppose you and even suddenly start to push you out, which the narcissist will encourage because this increases his sick self-esteem. With such an egoist, the partner usually feels lonely. In general, with any partner who is not engaged in you, you will experience loneliness, so a person with a lively psyche needs to look for the other half among people who are capable of love and healthy relationships without drama and manipulation.

 

Narcissism occurs as a compensation for early social disappointments. Mostly with parents and the opposite sex. They didn’t like me because… The narcissist explains this to himself as he likes. Because I didn’t have: toys… a car… money… Usually, in childhood, such a child was not given warmth, attention, or support. I had to compete a lot for the attention and love of my parents, and then at school for the praise, acceptance, and attention of the opposite sex.

 

“Look how important I am,” the narcissist shouts at us. But people are filled with their own needs, characters, and focus primarily on themselves. They are usually not as interested as the narcissist would like.

 

Parents notice and become animated only if the child has achieved something. Only then do they praise him, give him emotions, and love him. In other situations, they do not notice or are cold. A child always needs love. He is afraid of being left without support. Therefore, he does what parents would like, who voice their expectations, but do not voice their love and acceptance of the child as he is. As a result, the narcissistic part of the character (which is normally responsible for self-love and self-esteem) is distorted, turning the person into a Self-centered egoist who does not consider anyone but those who are stronger than him.

Narcissus ‘ love is object-oriented. He does not love the person, but his bright sides, which can raise his social significance in the eyes of the dubious public that usually gathers around him. He values beauty, wealth, intelligence, connections, things, the ability to present and “sell” himself in the “object” of his love. Sometimes the family he comes from. Atibutes such as an iPhone, an expensive watch, a big house, a car – can become super-important goals for the narcissist, for which you can go to any and all lengths. After that, they are displayed by the narcissist in a provocative manner. The narcissist likes to show off and boast about himself. Sometimes even significantly finishing up the reality or distorting the facts.

At the same time, the narcissist usually does not look deep into the person with whom he is in contact, does not care about his feelings, aspirations, fears, worries, desires… When an object loses its appeal to the narcissist, he looks for another one. A partner with a developed intuition can constantly feel the shakiness of this relationship and even chronically have bad dreams associated with the instability of this connection. Many women who are in a relationship with an unreliable partner complain about such dreams.

The narcissist is like a Carp fish, which constantly slips out of the hands of dialogue, seeks better, betrays, deceives, manipulates. Manipulation “closer-further” (also called “cat and mouse game”) is a game of an emotionally uninvolved narcissist.

Narcissists may be prone to alexithymia due to depression or emotional deficits experienced in early childhood. Alexithymia – inability to express your emotions and form them.

 

Malignant narcissists who have achieved nothing in life can suffer from depression, envy their partner, or assert themselves by humiliating and devaluing them. High demands are placed on the partner because they are the ones who want to show off in society in the future. But Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are already engaged. Finding someone “more or less” narcissist constantly doubts whether he is more or less… Actually, he is looking for those partners who will provide compensation for his emotional (and often not only) impotence. The narcissist usually says this: “I need a well-groomed woman with glowing eyes.” spsyhologist.ru He does not understand that the eyes of happy women burn protected, loved and caressed by their men. And grooming occurs with material prosperity, which also most often in our cultural group depends on men. spsyhologist.ru

 

The inability to love leads to the fact that the narcissist understands the value of a partner only if he is praised by a significant environment for the narcissist. If friends are jealous and say ” bad ” or do not appreciate the object, a malignant, unrealized narcissist may begin to make fun of the partner, devalue, humiliate in favor of moods. Or gossip about it. In this way, you can also get attention, sympathy, and gain a foothold in society.

Narcissists can love themselves. Including in the sexual sphere. They can have contact with their partner under the covers once or twice a month. Most of their psychic energy is directed at themselves, and if we are talking about malignant narcissism, then to create conflicts, unfold a negative scenario, idealize themselves and devalue their partner.

 

An example is Igor Savvoich. The main character of the adapted novel by Vilya Lepatova. It seems that everything is good for a person, and the guy is “prominent”, and the wife is a beauty from a well-off family in which he is well received, but he devalues and spoils everything. This is his psychotype.

 

10. Narcissistic trauma.

Those who have lived with narcissists for a long time and received traumatic experiences as a result of interacting with them may not show narcissistic traits, but go into a certain victim behavior pattern, where they do not have personal boundaries. They tend to please people because they are afraid of facing their anger. They are afraid of the shame associated with possible failures. This is called narcissistic trauma. Such people are very much in need of support. spsyhologist.ru

 

They can be very nice, smart, and pleasant. You can love them just the way they are. But they don’t believe it. They try their best for the friends who use them. They do what is expected of them. spsyhologist.ru

For example, a person may have a large debt. Very large. And the girl. But, like all of us, he likes to invite friends to his house, roast meat and drink whiskey. Friends are coming. Everyone is having fun. This is normal, as we all need social interaction. But for some reason, when friends invite him to their house for such an event, they report that each couple brings with them meat and alcohol, which they drink. Or by inviting them to the New Year, they can charge 10 euros for sauerkraut soup, olivier salad and puff pastry bagels. Despite the fact that good alcohol was taken with you. When these same friends came to visit more than once on a normal Saturday afternoon, they were served a table for 50-60 euros. And a visit to them once a year is paid for. If a girl offers to stop spoiling such friends and start saving because the debt is huge, she has nothing to buy herself good clothes for, and so does he – there may be a conflict in the style of”you want to get between me and my friends”. Or a person, even realizing that she is right, simply cannot change the situation because she is afraid of losing public attention.

 

Often such men have situations when his friends or relatives draw attention from his other half to themselves. Sometimes such a tug of war can lead to the fact that the chosen one begins to push back, and her personality is distorted, denigrated, humiliated, to which the alpha male who did not happen does not react in any way. spsyhologist.ru That is, such men have so blurred personal boundaries that he allows them to do anything with his woman, and even her tears do not correct his learned obedience.

 

Deep down, such men can be not so much cowards as spineless, looking for hidden benefits slugs. They simply have no boundaries between themselves and the impudent society and call on their other half to do the same.

11. Passive-aggressive personality disorder

 

In a passive-aggressive behavior, anger is suppressed, accumulated, and develops into violent hatred. Such people will never act openly. Smiling in the face, they will say nasty things behind their backs. At first glance, communicating nicely during the day, they can write a denunciation to a person in the evening. They are characterized by sullenness, a tendency to get into arguments, a constant propivositive opinion regarding any trifle, stubbornness, criticism of all your initiatives, they can express anger and envy, spoil someone’s life, tend to gossip about others, denigrate people, take out their anger on those who turned out to be a fairly safe object. They may react negatively to the request to do something, deliberately delaying deadlines by looking for excuses. They may passively resist fulfilling their obligations by stalling for time, waiting to be persuaded, making excuses, and thereby increasing their importance. spsyhologist.ru

Passive-aggressive people are the worst material for friendship and marriage. These people tend to provoke their partner by slandering, humiliating, discussing, or teaming up against them with friends or relatives. Unfriendly, mean, and loveless people. Usually grown by the same negative people, which means that these lowly emotions are all that their childish psyche could absorb from their parents ‘ home. Such people usually experienced and saw so much pain from childhood that they did not learn to sincerely rejoice and trust people. Character: old woman Shepoklyak.

At the same time, manipulators or ignorant people sometimes tend to explain any negative manifestation in their address by passive aggression. If a person was friendly, interested, positive, tried hard, and then suddenly began to show passive-aggressive behavior – he is not passive-aggressive, but simply got into a negative environment or something happened that led him to aggression. Aggression is a normal defensive reaction to psychological violence, disrespectful attitude, rudeness. If you are rude to your partner from Sunday to Thursday, and on Friday give flowers and these flowers he narovit insert you in the ass, as in a vase, it is not he is passive-aggressive, but most likely you. A person simply has already accumulated for quite natural reasons.

 

In order to understand the source of the problem in relationships with people you need to move along the chronological axis to the bottom and analyze:

– your own behavior and reaction to it,

– your partner’s behavior and your reaction to it.

Here, everyone usually has their own version of events, but try to be objective and solve all the emotional traumas that you and I have caused. If this particular person makes you feel bad, then maybe they are the wrong person for you. And if it’s the same with everyone, then maybe you should take a critical look at yourself. Choosing a partner is very important. The wrong choice of partner is a path to mental illness.

12. Dependent personality disorder.

Dependent disorder is a high degree of dependence on someone else’s opinion and personality. Without approval from outside, a person cannot choose clothes and does not understand that what they are doing is good.

 

Usually, such people were suppressed in childhood by devaluation, criticism, rude condemnation, regarding everything that they began to do on their own. If you baked a pie yourself and showed initiative and independence, you will not be approved, devalued, reproached for transferring products, and your pie will not be eaten ostentatiously and fastidiously. If the domineering mother approved the act, there will be no scandal. The mother, or less often the father, thus does not allow the child to safely pass the stage of separation and break the umbilical cord. The child’s psyche is occupied, suppressed, and subordinated. He is not taught to live and think independently. Such a person does not form personal boundaries and opinions.

 

Usually, an overbearing parent prevents the child from forming his family, and if such a miracle suddenly happens, the overbearing parent tries to suppress and occupy the psyche, and sometimes the wallet, of the chosen one of his child or spoil relations in the family of his energy and material donor in order to return him to his original position in the former cocoon. This often ends fatally, either for the mother’s visits or for keeping the family together. An outsider, mentally healthy person will certainly not tolerate such tactless behavior. He will begin to defend his borders, rights and freedoms by pointing out the door to the scoundrels.

Most often, dependent people live with their mother until their own or their mother’s end, which in the second case is very convenient for the mother. spsyhologist.ru

 

13. Masochistic personality disorder.

Masochism is when you feel good because everyone feels sorry for you because you feel bad. The origin of masochism lies in the same search for attention and love. All in the same attempt to avoid death from deprivation, which we have already described above. There is a disease if parents ignore their child until, for example, he gets sick. And after recovery, they ignore it again.

Such a child has learned to be a whiner, because only in this way in his family it was possible to get attention or establish friendly contact. After that, this unpleasant and unsuccessful mechanism of interaction with the world was used in society, as it turned out to be the only one that was well memorized. If people felt hostility from the pretense, lack of independence, infantile sufferer-they were accused of sadism, attacks.

The masochist provokes healthy condemnation, criticism, and sometimes aggression by his behavior, but seeks to counterbalance the so-called “rescuers” consisting, as a rule, of fools or masochists of the same kind. Together, they condemn those who did not give, did not lend, did not help, did not stroke, did not give way, etc. In general, masochism is characterized by constant whining and excessive dramatization of the canvas of life. In a society dominated by masozists, there will always be stagnation and depression. Such people are not inclined to do anything themselves, they only expect what others will give them or do for them.

 

When choosing partners, masochists tend to devalue people who treat them well (not to be confused with those cases when initially the partner is not in taste and there are no feelings). And people who behave arrogantly with them, giving a sufficient dose of humiliation and rejection may be more interesting. All because cold parents behaved in a similar way with them. spsyhologist.ru

 

Masochists are prone to self-harm. They usually consider their achievements accidental or feel a kind of guilt for them. And the losses are recorded in a diary, so that their grandchildren will also be honored. Masochists do not know how to be proud of themselves and carry themselves with dignity. Even if they have a pleasant appearance, they are repelled by a sad expression on their face, inability to rejoice, unhealthy, annoying victim behavior.

 

In counter-transference, the most frequent emotions that arise from contact with masochists are pity and annoyance. If you have been signaled by your internal intuitive sensors such a signal alternately replacing each other, most likely you are dealing with a masochist.

14. Sadistic personality disorder.

Sadism is a person’s tendency to psychological and physical violence. Getting pleasure and sexual arousal from other people’s suffering. Abuse of those who are addicted. Domination by force. Passion for cruelty and violence topics. Torment of animals. The desire to limit the freedom of others. Bullying. Using lies to cause harm.

Studies have confirmed that in 40% of cases of this trend, a person has damage in the temporal lobe. Neuroscientists have discovered that the desire for violence is transmitted genetically and even identified genes responsible for such data transmission.

 

Attempts to combine sadism and masochism into a single whole are not scientific. Masochists show sadism and aggression towards their disapprovers, but this sadism is somewhat different. It is designed to convince others and protect their illusions. Sadists, on the other hand, enjoy bringing their partner to tears, maiming, humiliating, poisoning their life, beating them, and raping them.

 

Unlike passive-aggressive people, sadism is most often demonstrated openly, if it is not prevented by fear of punishment.

 

Summing up, I would like to say that in its pure form, personality disorders are extremely rare. Usually, in cases of ill health, 2-3 accentuations dominate over others. And what is the psychological health of the individual, you may ask?

Psychological health is when all the accentuations given to us by nature are evenly distributed and developed in you, and none of them is dominant. You can easily and comfortably get along with people. You are able to realize your own potential and if you do not live during the war and the fires of the Inquisition, you will experience a state of contentment and well-being.

We interact a lot with people in everyday life, in relationships, at work, and often can’t understand why people are so different and why some people react to innocent words with humor, while others are offended. Why some people live in “their own world”, while others actively live in yours and you sometimes want to drive them away.Why some people say nasty things to you and think bad things about you for no apparent reason, while others are sincere and pleasant.

How do you learn to understand people?

– By learning the types of personalities and characters.

 

After reading this classification, everything will fall into place. You will learn to identify people with a predominance of one or another accentuation that shifts their behavior beyond the norm.

Character accentuations and personality disorders

Personality disorders are chronic mental states of a person that become the main ones for him and begin to form in early childhood. They turn out to be fully formed and can be diagnosed as early as at the age of 16-17 years. They are often perceived by others as part of the character or nature. Disorders are evaluated according to the degree of severity, location relative to the Ego.

Features of diagnostics.

1. Cultural conditions and life experience.

 

Personality disorders are identified relative to the general norm of the cultural group. If infantile behavior is encouraged in society or in the family, then we are talking about the chosen social role, not a personality disorder. Personality disorders are a shift relative to the behavioral norm caused by getting stuck in one or more accentuations due to the underdevelopment of others.

At the same time, one should take into account the behavior that will be called anxiety and paranoia within a society in which peace and security reigns in a region associated with excessive danger will be considered normal. Where social norms are displaced, the concept of the psychological norm also shifts. Therefore, we cannot evaluate the human psyche separately from the cultural group and its living conditions. We can only estimate it relative to a particular coordinate system. spsyhologist.ru

 

Don’t confuse role and character accentuation. Parenting influences a person’s role choices. Whether your child will be a gentleman or an irresponsible piece of egoist depends on the role that he considered for himself as convenient and acceptable even as a child with a parental behavior model. About social roles.

Accentuations of character and personality disorders are influenced not by the chosen role model of behavior, but by the defense mechanisms formed by the psyche, which were nurtured by the psychological environment in which the child was placed. Therefore, people with a personality disorder, contrary to stereotypes, may come from different families with different incomes and family composition. In poor families, which at the same time are rich in their healthy mental atmosphere, we can get mentally healthy offspring. And in rich families, relationships in which are built on a sick mechanism of relationships are not healthy.

Personality disorders can be relevant not only for an individual, but also for a social group. For example, today I listened to an interview with Maruv. She was asked why she doesn’t do duets with Ukrainian singers. She replied that she once tried to do this, but today it is much easier to agree on cooperation with foreign colleagues. You send your work if you liked it and started working. At one of the competitions, where there were artists from different countries, one of the foreign singers heard her and immediately said “I want to duet with her”. Even though she was just an aspiring singer. This is how it works abroad. If you have talent, if you have something to work with, we work. In Ukraine, they are starting to talk about who is more famous and who has more views. That is, we see a shift in the norm towards narcissism. Perhaps these people once behaved exactly the same way and they are simply not accustomed to think differently. Instead of working, they think about who has the highest rating. Perhaps this is why Maruv and Zapadnaya estrada differ in quality and the whole world listens to them, but not to Ukrainian pop. Where there is a noticeable shift in the norm, degradation occurs. The general psychological background can also affect new souls. This should be taken into account.

2. The degree of severity of the personality disorder.

The most important stage for diagnosis is the degree of severity of the personality disorder. If it is not very pronounced, we call it a personality type or accentuation of character. For deeper expressiveness, we divide the degree of expressiveness into three depths:
1. Neurosis is a reversible state of mild personality disorder, which is already beginning to interfere with life, but is not critical.
2. Borderline state, when the severity is already on the verge of normal and clinical pathology. (There is also a separate personality disorder called borderline personality disorder.)
3. Psychosis. Clinical diagnosis.

3. Position taken with respect to the Ego.

We also take into account how close the symptom is relative to the person’s Ego. In some cases, the person himself is aware of his diagnosis, perceiving it as something superfluous, interfering, outside of him, standing separately, outside or opposite to his Ego. In other cases, the person may perceive the symptom as something normal, as part of their Ego and their personality. In this case, the person is not critical of their condition. It merges with it. Even if a person collects a lot of junk in the house and they are told about it, they perceive it as something normal, but they come to a psychologist with completely different problems.

1. Paranoid personality disorder.

Paranoid personality disorder-characterized by frequent frustration, fears, suspicion, distrust, dissatisfaction with others, and a tendency to take everything personally. Often, for no reason and on a regular basis, it seems to such a person that they are envious of him, they want to harm him, everyone is looking at him, everyone wants to harm him, or everyone is discussing him. This anxiety, malevolence and suspicion can lead to the fact that the team really becomes excessively cool towards a person, perceiving him as a foreign body. In particularly severe cases, a person may feel for no reason that he is being watched, that signals are being sent to his head, that he or the whole world is being controlled by extraterrestrials… Any of this may turn out to be true, but normally people say such things when they have proof of it.

At the country level, we can observe paranoia in building up weapons to the detriment of the economy or the environment. But in some cases, this form of behavior may actually be justified. As we know from history, cases and neighbors are different. Safety first. But paranoid personality disorder is a basic instinct for self-preservation in a hypertrophied form. If the absolute absence of fear can often be a sign of reduced intelligence or displacement of problems, which can also be a form of personality disorder, then paranoia is the other extreme. It is bad not to trust anyone, but those who do not think that thieves leave their belongings unattended in public places usually become victims of theft much more often than their vigilant counterparts. Such “onlookers” actually look out for in the crowd “lovers of other people’s yummy food”. A paranoid person will never “yawn”. He will keep vigil. Both day and night. This is its plus and minus at the same time. Minus because it is difficult to build healthy relationships in society without trusting anyone.

An example of paranoid disorder is a neighbor’s granny who watches the whole house and writes down the license plates of cars that she sees in the yard. The paranoid person has everything under control and even if the neighbor’s cat suddenly began to behave suspiciously, they can start following him until they find out whose cat he goes to, calling it according to its frivolous behavior.

Lively, bright, intelligent, and active, Ernest Hemingway spent the last years of his life in a mental health clinic with a diagnosis of depression and paranoia. He developed diabetes, which, according to doctors, worsened the condition. After 60 years (1960) Ernest began to claim that the FBI was watching him. In 1980, Ernest’s FBI file was declassified and the fact of surveillance was indeed confirmed. Trust your loved ones. Support them. Do not leave them alone with their fears, then the phobias may soften or disappear altogether.

2. Schizoid personality disorder.

Schizoid personality disorder is a condition in which a person avoids or rather is unable to maintain emotionally charged relationships. It is difficult for him to make social contacts and establish social connections. He can become detached from people by over-theorizing.

 

The schizoid tends to withdraw into himself, go into fantasies. Such traits as emotional coldness appear. Schizoids have little interest in sex. They prefer to work alone. This personality disorder is similar in nature to schizophrenia. In this state, a split personality occurs close to schizophrenia.

Schizoids include: Einstein, the artist Louis William Wayne, who later went into a schizophrenic state. His paintings of seals became a tool for studying schizophrenia. From literary characters: Don Quixote. Fictional characters: Hedgehog in the Fog. Schizoids can be interesting and pleasant people if you understand them. They are simply somewhat different from the emotionally alive human mass. The ideal version of a socialized schizoid is Sherlock Holmes. The main character of the movie “Magnificent Creatures” shows something between schizoid personality disorder and high-functioning autism. Pay attention to his relationship with the woman he loves in a peculiar way and who loves him. Or rather, her feelings of loneliness, loss, uselessness, anger next to him. With a withdrawn schizoid who does not transmit love to his chosen one, it is always very difficult.

Schizoids probably become individuals who needed to hide deep in their inner world and develop in it, so as not to die from the cold and pain of the external world. Not to see, not to hear, not to understand, as far as the emotional sphere is concerned. Physics and mathematics can become a hobby for a schizoid who has gone into intellectual compensation. Schizoids are often children who have had difficulties with socialization at school. Or perhaps they had such difficulties because they were schizoid. They can be confused with introverts and phlegmatics, but introverts who are closed in themselves are still sensitive and need people, and phlegmatics are simply more measured. The schizoid may not care much about people at all, except when they are useful, like Dr. Watson.

3. Dissocial personality disorder.

Synonyms for this disease are “psychopathy”and ” sociopathy”. This is anti-socialism in all its manifestations. Ignoring social norms. Impulsiveness. Such people can’t or almost can’t form attachments. Sometimes they realize that other people’s relationships are based on different principles than their own and come to therapy. It is extremely difficult to build trust with them, so therapy for this personality disorder can be difficult.

Sociopathy should not be confused with social phobia, which is innocent in comparison with it. With social phobia, a person experiences an irrational fear of public attention, public speeches, and the views of strangers. This may be due to excessive modesty, weakness, fear of fighting for a place in the food chain, or disrupted socialization.

A malignant sociopath tends to hate people for no reason, generalizing them all as if they are guilty of something in front of him. He can spoil public property, defiantly not take part in social life, despise neighbors and passers-by, as well as close people. Such a person can defecate in the elevator or even poison school breakfasts, as one cook did. When asked why she did this, she said, ” They’re always hungry.” It seemed to annoy her. The last example is a clinical case of psychopathy with which a person should be isolated from society as it becomes extremely dangerous for him. If such thoughts appear in your head or in the head of your friend-you need to consult a psychiatrist.

Depending on their intelligence and cultural level, sociopaths can be very different. There are well-socialized sociopaths who do not care about the public and your opinion, but at the same time they are valued by society. They can tell you that you’re wearing the wrong clothes and really tell you the truth. They rarely show envy or competition. They are simply straightforward and idiosyncratic people, which can attract attention and even inspire some form of trust, sympathy, and respect for their opinions and personalities.

Dissocial personality disorder in cinema is Dr. House. Or, in a more run-down form, Anthony Hopkins ‘ character in The Silence of the Lambs. But this is a refined, cinematic image of intellectual sociopaths of varying degrees of severity of the manifestation of the disease. In everyday life, most often we meet low-intellectual, poorly socialized, deviant, depressive representatives of this disorder: gopniki, old people shooting at children because they plucked a cherry from their tree whose branch fell over the fence, rude and sarcastic on the Internet sudars and ladies, people haters, dog hunters, etc.

 

 

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