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Personality Disorders Part 3

Personality disorders Part 3 Some personality disorders are commonly characterized by anxious, fearful thinking or behavior. They may include avoidant personality disorder, dependent personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Avoidant personality disorder Overly sensitive to criticism or rejection Feeling inadequate, inferior or unattractive Avoidance of work activities that require interpersonal contact Socially inhibited, timid and

Personality Disorders Part 4

When should you see a doctor? If you have symptoms or signs of a personality disorder, you should discuss your concerns with your doctor, a primary care professional, or mental health professional. If left untreated, personality disorders can potentially cause significant issues in your life. Personality disorders can also get worse if they are not

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Personality Disorders Part 5

Treatment The more successful form of treatment depends on your particular personality disorder. The severity of the disorder as well as your life situation must also be considered when choosing the most appropriate treatment.  A team approach is often needed in order to ensure that all of your psychiatric, medical and social needs are met.

Personality Disorders Part 6

Coping and support Having a personality disorder typically makes it hard to engage in behavior and activities that may help you feel better. Ask your doctor or therapist how to improve your coping skills and get the support you need. If your loved one has a personality disorder If you have a loved one with

Genetics for Mental & Emotional Wellbeing

Happy Genes? Could the key to mental and emotional wellbeing be in your genes? Simeone Scaramozzino, Yogi, and Innovator, who creates meaningful businesses for the conscious & sustainable evolutionary journey of all planetary ecosystems, communities, tribes, recently did an interview with Dr. J. Dunn. Dr. J Dunn, is the Founder, CEO, and Lead Scientist of

Emotional Wellbeing

Could the key to emotional wellbeing be in your genes?  Your emotions are influenced by both genes and the environment. However genetic variants do play a part in how you interpret your environment, therefore they are important in how you feel. Interview with Dr. J. Dunn Simeone Scaramozzino, Yogi, and Innovator, who creates meaningful businesses