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What are personality disorder clusters?

By David Joel Miller. What are the three main groups of personality disorders? The newest addition of the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders divides personality disorders into three categories based on their similarities.  ...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 13, 2016

What are personality disorder clusters?

By David Joel Miller. What are the three main groups up personality disorders? The newest addition of the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders divides personality disorders into three categories based on their similarities.  ...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 13, 2016

Does Barack Obama Possess These Three Personality Disorders?

Personality disorders that might explain the way he has performed, or not performed, as President of the United States!I was driven to write this by the current debate over whether or not to bring or delay bringing Syrian refugees we cannot sufficien...
by The Political Commentator on Nov 22, 2015

Hey America Who Is Crazier? Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner, Barack Obama Or You? (VIDEO)

It is summer 2015 the ASA and as the nation is hypnotized by a man in a dress, The Madman in the White House, the new emperor fiddles while our nation burns....
by Ct Patriots Blog on Jun 15, 2015

LOVE AND SELF-LOVE

Prof. Aleksandar Fatic Certified Counselor, Fellow of the American Association of Philosophical Practitioners LOVE AND SELF-LOVE Sometimes it is said that our capacity to love others depends on our ability to love ourselves — the capacity for self-...
by Online Counseling on Mar 10, 2015

A False Sense of Entitlement in Our Adopted Children

by Dore E. Frances, PhD   Do you sometimes ask yourself, “What is going on in my child’s head? He acts like he’s entitled to that!” Or, does your daughter have a sense of entitlement about her possessions, and wanting more possessions…...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Apr 4, 2014

A False Sense of Entitlement in Our Adopted Children

by Dore E. Frances, PhD   Do you sometimes ask yourself, “What is going on in my child’s head? He acts like he’s entitled to that!” Or, does your daughter have a sense of entitlement about her possessions, and wanting more possessions…...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Apr 4, 2014

Narcisstic Rage

I grew up in an angry family. Any disagreement between parents and children seemed to escalate into epic battles, ending only in violent punishments. Not surprisingly, I have always been afraid of anger, my own included. In my experience, anger is a...
by Bertram's Blog on Feb 3, 2014

Is this the most narcissistic generation we’ve ever seen?

The headline of the attached article only re-iterated what our clients have been sharing with us for the past ten odd years, only the criticism in recent time has accelerated. We have witnessed behaviours noted first hand and I can … Continue r...
by JON-MICHAIL, The Imagemaker on May 1, 2013

Queen for a Day

Doesn't everyone want to be treated like a Queen (or a King)? At least for one day.There used to be a extremely sadistic TV show on that premise: women would come on the show and compete in telling a sob story - from Wikipedia:Often the request was f...

A.J. Mahari's Toxic Relationship Coaching

Partners of those who are toxic – or those in toxic relationships have much more to learn about themselves in order to grow, heal, recover and/or create healthy change in their lives.

Loneliness and Toxic Relationships

A.J. Mahari, Life, BPD and Toxic Relationship Coach talks about what is at the center of toxic relationship/relational dynamics along with other issues - a fear of being alone and/or an inability to be alone - a profound, primal, loneliness that goes...


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