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    psychopathy and antisocial personality disorder. In the article the article the etiology of psychopathy a neuropsychological perspective by Pamela R Perez outlines the Literature that has been written over the decades on childhood’s effect on psychopathy. The article outlines the effect of attachment disorder has on the development of anti-social personality disorder. The bond we form as children to our primary caregivers is very essential to development of normal personality characteristics.…

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    Borderline Personality Disorder, also known as “Emotionally Unstable” is a condition which is characterized by rapid mood shifts, impulsivity, hostility and chaotic social relationships. Borderline Personality Disorder is one of 10 personality disorders listed in the DSM, the diagnostic manual used by mental health professionals. This is a serious mental illness that causes the people with it to go from one emotional crisis to another at any moment. This illness often causes problems with…

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    Borderline personality disorder is defined as “a pervasive pattern of instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and emotions, and of marked impulsivity beginning by early adulthood and present in various contexts” (King, 2013). Borderline personality disorder is more commonly seen in women than in men, with 75% of those suffering from the disorder being women. People suffering from borderline personality disorder experience an extreme sense of insecurity and instability. Their mood…

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    the most controversial and less understood mental disorder is known as BPD or (Borderline personality Disorder). This mental disorder is commonly confused with Bipolar Disorder or Multiple Personality Disorders. Although both mental disorders cause unawareness of reality, people who suffer from BPD have trouble managing their emotions, they become very unstable and are left with a distorted self-image. Symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder in medical literature dates as far back as 3000…

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    Personality disorders have a growing range in the population nowadays. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is one of these mental disorders that has been causing healthy, social, and personal issues inside the human population. At the same time is also a personality disorder that has caused a lot of myths or rumors because the difficulties to make a diagnostic long time ago, so people have a tendency to believe in this absurd rumors. Now back in the future we have special criteria and…

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    ASPD: antisocial personality disorder also know as dissocial personality disorder and Sociopathy is a personality disorder that is oftentimes characterized by a pattern of disregard, or the violation of, the rights of others (Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, 2014). With this diagnosis usually comes an impoverished sense of moral conscience. Usually a history of violence, impulsivity, aggressive behavior, crime and legal problems are present. The often try to con or trick…

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    Introducing Personality Disorders Personality is a combination of an individuals thoughts, feelings and behaviors. It is what defines a person in this world and it develops a reputation for an individual. Whether this is a desired reputation or not, it is developed from day one. An individual with a personality disorder may uphold a reputation that the majority of society would characterize as undesired. Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), is a specific disorder that has been extensively…

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    The Dreamworks film Shrek follows characters through a very strange fairy tale. Through the crazy tale the many characters display many complex issues of psychology such as personality disorders and many downfalls in society. One of the main problems within the movie is discrimination towards the ogres and other fairy tale creatures. Right off the bat a mob comes to Shrek’s swamp looking to kill him. They personally seek him out in his place of residency just because of the fact he is an ogre.…

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    unusual patterns in behavior, emotion, and thoughts in order to diagnose someone with a mental illness or psychiatric disorder. One such psychiatric disorder is borderline personality disorder (BPD). BPD is characterized by intense fluctuations in mood, self-image, and interpersonal relationships (Sue, D., Sue, D. W., & Sue 2010). People who suffer from this personality disorder tend to be impulsive, show chronic feelings of emptiness, and tend to form unstable and intense interpersonal…

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    Since Borderline personality disorder does not have a known cause, and only factors that play a part in its development, prevention for Borderline Personality Disorder can be either board or not possible. However, with there being no known prevention for BDP, we can assume that the many factors considered to be a possible cause of BDP can also be some of the ways to preventing the development of BPD, or reducing the risk for example abuse and neglect. Inside the home is where a lot of the…

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