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Il Disturbo Evitante
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Le caratteristiche essenziali del Disturbo Evitante di Personalità sono sentimenti di inadeguatezza e ipersensibilità al giudizio degli altri e al rifiuto, e una modalità diffusa di inibizione sociale. I soggetti con disturbo evitante hanno un forte dsiiderio di stabilire relazioni intime con gli altri a cui si contrappone una costante paura di essere criticati, disapprovati o rifiutati.
Il Disturbo Ossessivo - Compulsivo
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Il carattere essenziale del Disturbo di Personalità Ossessivo-Compulsivo è una preoccupazione per l'ordine, il perfezionismo e il controllo a spese della flessibilità, dell'apertura e dell'efficienza. Gli individui affetti da OCPD sono scrupolosi e inflessibili per quanto riguarda la moralità, l'etica e i valori. Possono forzare se stessi e gli altri a seguire rigidi principi morali.
Il Disturbo Dipendente
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Il Disturbo di Personalità Dipendente è caratterizzato da una dipendenza pervasiva dalle altre persone nelle decisioni di vita quotidiana, paura dell'abbandono, sentimenti di incapacità e incompetenza, adeguamento passivo agli altri e una risposta debole alla vita quotidiana. Sono inclini a trasferire le responsabilità sugli altri, sono spesso pessimisti, dubbiosi e con scarsa autostima.
Il Disturbo Istrionico
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Il carattere essenziale del Disturbo di Personalità Istrionico è un modello pervasivo di emotività eccessiva e di comportamento teso alla ricerca di attenzione. Questi individui sono vivaci, drammatici, entusiasti e inclini al flirt. Possono essere provocanti in modo non appropriato, esprimere forti emozioni con uno stile impressionistico e sono facili all'influenza da parte degli altri.
Il Disturbo Narcisistico
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La caratteristica essenziale del Disturbo Narcisistico di Personalità è un quadro di tendenza alla superiorità, necessità di ammirazione e mancanza di sensibilità per gli altri. Gli individui con disturbo narcisistico hanno, per la maggior parte del tempo, un’alta considerazione di sé. Generalmente credono di essere speciali, superiori, di dover essere soddisfatti in ogni loro richiesta.
Il Disturbo Antisociale
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Il carattere essenziale del Disturbo di Personalità Antisociale è un modello pervasivo di mancanza di riguardo e di violazione dei diritti degli altri. E' caratterizzato da una inosservanza per gli obblighi sociali e da una mancanza di preoccupazione per i sentimenti degli altri. C'è un forte squilibrio tra comportamento e norme sociali con una bassa soglia di tolleranza ed alta aggressività.
Il Disturbo Schizotipico
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Il carattere essenziale del Disturbo Schizotipico è una "modalità pervasiva di deficit sociale e interpersonale marcato da un disagio acuto e da una capacità ridotta di relazioni intime e da distorsioni cognitive o percettive ed eccentricità di comportamento. A ciò si aggiunge l'inclinazione a creare teorie illogiche che sono prevalentemente incostanti, magiche e misteriose.
Il Disturbo Schizoide
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La caratteristica essenziale del Disturbo di Personalità Schizoide è "un modello pervasivo di distacco dalle relazioni sociali e una gamma ristretta di espressione di emozioni nei setting interpersonali. " Questi individui sembrano mancare di un desiderio di intimità. Passano il tempo da soli e scelgono attività che non includono interazione con gli altri.
Il Disturbo Paranoide
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Il Disturbo Paranoide di Personalità è fondamentalmente caratterizzato dalla tendenza, persistente ed ingiustificata, a percepire ed interpretare le intenzioni, le parole ed i comportamenti degli altri come malevoli, umilianti o minacciosi: il mondo viene vissuto come ostile e guardato, nei contesti più vari, con diffidenza e sospettosità, sino alla scelta di uno stile di vita solitario.
Passive - Aggressive Disorder
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The Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder could be described as a compulsive personality with affectation. These individuals express an irritable mood and acid; aggression is often grumpy and whiny. They are often depressed or gloomy and feel a perverse pleasure in spoiling the party at all - even to themselves. These individuals focus on the negative things, they are moody and pessimistic.
Obsessive - Compulsive Disorder
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The essential feature of Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder is a preoccupation with orderliness, perfectionism and control at the expense of flexibility, openness and efficiency. Individuals with OCPD are conscientious, scrupulous, and inflexible with regard to morality, ethics and values. Can force yourself and others to follow strict moral principles and high standards of performance.
Dependent Disorder
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The essential character of the Dependent Personality Disorder is a pervasive and excessive need to receive care that results in submissive behavior and excessive attachment. Individuals with dependent disorder have fear of separation; take addictive behavior to elicit the care of others. They are often pessimistic and characterized by self-doubt, tend to minimize their skills and qualities.
Avoidant Disorder
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The essential features of Avoidant Personality Disorder are feelings of inadequacy, and hypersensitivity to the opinions of others and rejection, and a common mode of social inhibition. Patients with avoidant disorder have a strong desire to establish intimate relationships with others, offset by a constant fear of being criticized, disapproved or rejected.
Narcissistic Disorder
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The essential feature of Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a picture of the trend to superiority, need for admiration, and lack of sensitivity to others. Individuals with narcissistic disorder have, for most of the time, a high self-regard. They routinely exaggerate their skills, often appearing arrogant. They think they're special, superior, have to be satisfied in every request.
Histrionic Disorder
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Histrionic Personality Disorder is characterized by shallow and labile affectivity, trend to exaggerate expression of emotions, suggestibility, egocentricity, self-indulgence and loss of consideration for others. These individuals may behave inappropriately seductive and show an excessive preoccupation with physical attractiveness. They are usually manipulative, vain and demanding.
Borderline Disorder
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The most prominent feature of Borderline Personality Disorder is the depth and variability of moods. This emotional instability can also be called emotional lability or reactivity. Individuals with Borderline disorder struggle with despondency, anger, rage, self-hatred, arrogance, anxiety, uncertainty, emptiness, dependency, stubbornness and impulses of self-damage.
Antisocial Disorder
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Antisocial personality disorder is characterized by a failure to social obligations and a lack of concern for the feelings of others. There is a pattern of disparity between behavior and social norms. The behavior is not immediately changed from negative consequences. There is a low tolerance and a low threshold for discharge of aggression. This model begins in childhood or early adolescence.
Schizotypal Disorder
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The essential feature of Schizotypal Disorder is a "pervasive pattern of social and interpersonal deficits marked by acute discomfort and a reduced capacity for intimate relationships and cognitive or perceptual distortions and eccentricities of behavior with inclination to create illogical theories that are eager, fickle, magical and mysterious. Often believe that they have extraordinary powers.
Schizoid Disorder
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The schizoid subjects are characterized by the fact that often live on the margins of society. Can be considered "misfits", "weird", "touched", or simply be left alone to live a secluded and private. Their isolation may lead others to complain and try to establish contact, but often these attempts fail and people traded after being repeatedly rejected.
Paranoid Disorder
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Paranoid Personality Disorder is basically characterized by the tendency, persistent and unjustified, to perceive and interpret the intentions, words and behaviors of others as malicious, degrading or threatening: the world is experienced as hostile and always looked in the most varied contexts with distrust and suspicion, with the consequent and compulsory choice of a solitary lifestyle.