Personality disorders

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Personality Disorders: Borderline, Narcissistic, Obsessive Compulsive, Avoidant and Dependent

The scientific literature shows that personality disorder diagnoses affect 10.6% of the general population. People who suffer from it are characterized by an instability of personal identity , lack of existential goals, difficulty in reflecting on themselves and on the consequences of their behavior on others. Intimacy is often…

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