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    One of the specific emotions that has been strongly linked to borderline personality disorder (BPD) is shame. The purpose of this study was to examine whether BPD patients have a stronger reaction to shame after a shame-inducing exercise. The study also included women with major depressive disorder (MDD) and women for the healthy control group (HC). The study asked participants to rate the intensity of various emotions after being read potentially shameful situations. These emotions included…

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    various types of mental disorders are listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-V (DSM-V). Among all these disorders, personality disorder is one of the main types of disorder that impact individuals, and more specifically, the antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is one of the common personality disorders in the category of personality disorders. In order to provide optimal treatments for clients, clinicians need to figure out what kinds of mental disorders that…

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    Psychological disorders are very common in the everyday world. These disorders can cause patterns in the personality of individuals and sometimes cause them to act aggressive and hostile. Borderline Personality Disorder is one of such disorders. It can cause huge problems for the friends and family of people that are diagnosed with it. In the movie Mommie Dearest the main character, Joan Crawford (Faye Dunaway), has many of the common signs that would point to her possibly having this disorder.…

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    Borderline Personality Disorder For centuries people have been researching to find out just exactly why people do what they do. Over this time disorders and conditions has been discovered to explain and ultimately answer this question. Physical and mental symptoms have recorded in order to find out if a person has a disorder. Lots of people every day find out what seems to separate them from what society would consider normal. Today, all mental disorders are placed in their own classes.…

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    Lisa was diagnosed as a sociopath, also called Antisocial Personality Disorder. She is the “villain” of the movie. She behaves badly, a bad influence to other patients, and pushes people to their breaking points. “Antisocial personality disorder is a disorder that is characterized by a long-standing pattern of disregard for other people’s rights, often crossing the line and violating those rights. A person with antisocial personality disorder (APD) often feels little or no empathy toward other…

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    Borderline personality disorder is a dreadful mental illness that affects every aspect of a victim’s life. Holden Caulfield, the main character in The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger, seems to be suffering from BPD. Holden is a sixteen year old boy who was recently kicked out of his school, Pencey Prep, and he decides to travel to New York City and live there by himself for a few days. During his time in New York, he shows undeniable signs of the mental disorder, Borderline Personality…

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    Also, antisocial personality disorder is linked to a history of childhood adversity and maltreatment. Its shown that adults with anti-personality disorder had high rates of been beat and having a parent that had a substance use disorder a, went to jail, or attempted suicide. Which Eminem did face as well. We know Eminem’s mother Deborah had a substance use disorder and we know that Eminem was beat as well. He is also easily angry and quite…

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    Split Personality – Project Two Split Personality Disorder, well known as Dissociative Identity Disorder affects a lot of everyday people. To doctors, it’s an extreme mental illness but to everyday people, it is seen less of an illness but more of a personal problem with individuals. Have you all ever wondered if split personality is caused by trauma? I am one who often wondered if it is hereditary? It is something to think about. There are also a few children who may have split personalities as…

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    behavior is linked to ¬¬¬different disorders is essential while striving to comprehend crime and its causes. Many professionals often assume psychopathy and antisocial personality disorder are identical, and interchangeably utilize the two terms. Upon further investigation and research, both have been proven to be in fact different, and entail different elements. Psychopathy is a bundle of socially deviant behaviors and personality traits; antisocial personality disorder, on the other hand, is…

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    Multiple personality disorder "No I'm not going to do it" Kelly said "just do it" Mike replied "she doesn't have to" Jack told Mike. These voices are all personalities that live inside someone head and can often take control and create different memories just for that one personality that only that one personality has. Different personalities has different issues that the others don't have like allergies or some can wear glasses even though the host body doesn't need glasses. Later, I…

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