IntroductionPersonality disorders are pervasive chronic psychological disorders, which can greatly affect a person’s life.
Having a personality disorder can negatively affect one’s work, one’s family, and one’s social life. Personality disorders exists on a continuum so they can be mild to more severe in terms of how pervasive and to what extent a person exhibits the features of a particular personality disorder. While most people can live pretty normal lives with mild personality disorders (or more simply, personality traits), during times of increased stress or external pressures (work, family, a new relationship, etc. ), the symptoms of the personality disorder will gain strength and begin to seriously interfere with their emotional and psychological functioning.Order now