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  1. Therapists have the most difficulties with those suffering from personality disorders.

  2. Those suffering from personality disorders are difficult to please, block effective communication, avoid development of a trusting relationship.

  3. If you have a personality disorder, you probably know it.

  4. Without the help of a psychiatrist or psychologist, personality disorders aren't supposed to change much over time.

  5. People with personality disorders tend to externalize. That is the reason it often makes them hard to treat.

  6. Good mental health is flexibility.

  7. Obsessive-compulsive (OCPC) is the most common type of personality disorder among U.K. citizens.

  8. Some single specific causes of OCPD have been identified.

  9. One theory suggests that as children, people with obsessive compulsive personality disorder were consistently punished for negative behavior, failure, and rule-breaking, as well as receiving many praise for success and compliance.

  10. Obsessive compulsive Personality Disorder symptoms tend to appear early in childhood and are defined by flexibility and close adherence to rules.

  11. People suffering from OPCD may seem to function as normal people; their goal is actually to accomplish things in a careful and orderly manner.

  12. Paranoid personality disorder sufferers often appear aloof, cold, or emotionally distant to others.

  13. Some therapists believe that the behavior that characterizes Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) might be learned. They suggest that such behavior might be traced back to childhood experiences.

  14. Individuals with PPD view themselves as righteous and mistreated and will attempt to enhance their self-esteem through exerting power over others.

  15. People reared by parents with antisocial personality disorder or substance abuse disorders are more likely to develop ASD than members of the general population.

  16. Increased self-esteem/grandiosity and decreased need for sleep are symptoms of bipolar disorder.

  17. Lasting sad, anxious, or empty mood, feelings of hopelessness or pessimism and feelings of guilt, worthlessness, or helplessness are symptoms of depressive episodes which accompany bipolar disorder.

  18. People with Severe Mental Illness have exceptionally high rates of unemployment - between 60-100%.

  19. People with long-term psychiatric disabilities are even more likely to be in employment than those with long-term physical disabilities.

  20. A study that was embarked upon by World Health Organization, the World Bank, and Harvard University shows that the conquest of infectious diseases, psychiatric and neurological conditions could increase their share of the total global disease burden from 10.5 percent of the total burden to almost 15 percent in 2020.