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... fference between people with a personality disorder and someone who is mentally ill is that a mentally ill person will usually ask for help while a person with a personality disorder will always deny that he has a problem and blame someone else. ... (7 replies)
... its hard for me to think straight as well when i am distressed. words dont come to me, i freeze and and i feel paralyzed. i have been trying to practice possible stressful scenarios, i guess i just dont have enough practice yet since i still freeze. I have been looking for a local support group - that might help keep me motivated and inspired. i appreciate your... (10 replies)
... ver you, because the statment asserts that what that person is doing, is upsetting you, and most bully's couldn't give a dam if they upset you, it just makes the bully feel more powerful. Also, I just don't feel assertive enough and brave enough to do this, I guess fearing more rejection or ridicule from the offending person. ... (10 replies)

... Certainly in the case of psychopaths, specific abnormal physical brain structures (the amygdala for example) causing faulty brain wiring has long been observed and researched used MRI scanners. I liken this in some respects to color blindness - you are just born color blind and there is nothing that can be done about it. (7 replies)
... I don't think it's personality disorders per se, but certain personality traits as this seems to happen in a variety of people, whether they have PDs or not. ... (7 replies)
... yself academically, I had top scores in my ACT and SATs. I did go through a traumatic event when I was 14 when I was assaulted, and then I was jumped later by a bully in school. ... (3 replies)
... That is fantastic for people who do this, but again there are many who either ignore their diagnosis, use it as an excuse or are simply incapable of viewing things from others PoVs. It's a very commendable personality trait to be so insightful and willing to adapt through the knowledge of having a disorder, but sadly not everyone with a specific disorder is either willing... (7 replies)
... I read your post on possible 'borderline personality disorder'. ... (9 replies)
... My understanding is that she is projecting all her problems onto other people and making out that they are all their problems not hers. Some people can see through the crap and some get taken in by it unconsciously. (7 replies)
... i think you are right about the BPD being in denial, i would think form my experience that once you do realize you have it, you change cuz you see the things you are doing and thinking from other ppls point of view. i feel like no one would want to act that once they relized they were doing it (that way meaning how i acted- paranoid that everyone was against me when, wondering... (7 replies)
... Ok OK I plead ignorance about BPD. Maybe it is not a typical PD. I still think my points are valid. Maybe BPD isn't really a PD. (7 replies)
... I have borderline/paranoid PD and I don't fell I blame others. hmm. (7 replies)

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