Symptoms of personality disorder


Borderline personality disorder – a type of mental disorder in which a person develops an unhealthy way of thinking, it can be obsessions, feelings of inferiority or frequent mood swings.

Often patients with personality disorder may not be aware of the problem, as the way of thinking of the patient seems to him correct and rational.

personality Disorder usually occurs in adolescence 14-18 years or in early adult 18-24 years.


personality Disorders are grouped into three clusters based on similar symptoms and characteristics. Patients with one disorder, for example paranoid, may have and often have symptoms of similar disorders.

Cluster A of personality disorders

Cluster A personality disorders are characterized by strange, eccentric thinking or behavior. These include paranoid personality disorder, schizoid personality disorder, and schizotypic personality disorder.

Paranoid personality disorder

Pervasive mistrust and suspicion of others and their motives

Unjustified belief that others are trying to harm or deceive You

Hesitation to trust people for fear that others will use the information against You

Perception of innocent remarks or harmless situations as personal insults or attacks

Tendency to hold grudges

Schizoid personality disorder

No interest in social or personal relationships, preferring to be alone

Limited range of emotional expression

Inability to enjoy most activities

Inability to pick up normal social signals

Appearance of coldness or indifference to others

Little or no interest in having sex with another person

Schizotypic personality disorder

Strange perceptual experiences such as voices whispering Your name

Inadequate emotional responses

Discomfort in communicating with loved ones

socialization Issues

"Magical thinking" - belief that you can influence people and events with your thoughts

Belief that some random incidents or events have hidden ideas intended just for you

Cluster B personality disorders

Cluster B personality disorders are characterized by dramatic, overly emotional or unpredictable thinking or behavior. It includes antisocial personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, theatrical personality disorder, and narcissistic personality disorder.

Antisocial personality disorder

Disregard for other people's needs and feelings

Constant lie

Recurring legal issues

Repeated violation of other people's rights

Aggressive, often violent behavior

Disregard for the safety of yourself or others

Impulsive behavior


No remorse for your actions

Borderline personality disorder

Impulsive and risky behavior such as unsafe sex, gambling

Unstable or fragile self-esteem

Unstable and tense relationships

mood Swings

Suicidal thoughts

Strong fear of being lonely or abandoned

Constant feeling of emptiness

Frequent, intense displays of anger

the Paranoia associated with stress that comes and goes

Theatrical personality disorder

Overly emotional, dramatic, or sexual provocation to get attention

Easily influenced by others

Superficial, rapidly changing emotions

Excessive care about appearance

Excessive empathy

Narcissistic personality disorder

Belief that you are special

Fantasies of power, success and attractiveness

Inability to recognize other people's needs and feelings

Exaggeration of achievements or talents

Waiting for constant praise and admiration

Cluster With personality disorders

Cluster With personality disorders characterized by anxious, fearful thinking or behavior. These include avoiding personality disorder, dependent personality disorder, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.

Avoiding personality disorder

Too sensitive to criticism

feelings of inadequacy, inferiority or unattractiveness

Avoidance of employment requiring interpersonal contact

Socially inhibited, timid and isolated, avoiding new activities or meeting strangers

Extreme shyness in social situations and personal relationships

Fear of disapproval, embarrassment, or ridicule

What should I do?

Self-diagnose – a stupid decision, a person can rarely rationally "examine" themselves, it is best to turn to professional psychologists who using their experience will be able To help you. Remember that the specialists of the clinic "Narkozdrav" always happy to help and will gladly find the time to speak with You.



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