Symptoms which show that you are having a mental health disorder

However, a single symptom of a list of behaviors does not mean that you have one of the “severe personality disorder’, or non-conscienced disorders of sociopathy or psychopathy. However you don’t have to exhibit all of these characteristics to be troublesome in the context of a relationship.

People who are in relationships with problematic partners usually fall to show “too much empathy” and are able to give them less credit for having the symptoms justifiable. Somewhere in the transformation health services middle of one trait-too-many/and no-they-don’t-have-problems-at-all, is a snapshot of relationship problems and problem partners.

Failure to prepare ahead Instability

Here are some behaviors that are associated with the’severe’ personality disorders’ as well as psychopathy and sociopathy. (Taken directly from Diagnostic Statistical Manual, DSM IV.) If that weren’t the case 100 million people wouldn’t be adversely affected by another’s disease. We wouldn’t have support organizations that cater to “Partners of Narcissists” or “Adult Children of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.” There would be no self-help manuals for people who have been harmed by psychopaths or psychopaths. This Institute would not have considered it necessary to write “Women who love psychopaths’ and open treatment programs in hospitals for those who have survived their abuse.

Indifference to, and the disregard for, and the violation of other people’s rights Inability to adhere to legal social standards Deceitfulness, insanity, or failure to prepare ahead Instability and aggression as shown by repeatedly fought physical assaults or fights Unsuspecting disregard for the safety of others or self Consistent inattention as evidenced by repeated failure to keep the same work ethic or to honor financial obligations (Above are associated with APD (Above are related to)

Abolition of conditional release Criminal flexibility

Remorseless behavior as shown by not being remorseful about being hurt, mistreated or taken from another A glib, and superficial appeal The grandiose (exaggeratedly high) self-esteem Need to stimulate The pathological lie Cunning and manipulativeness Remorselessness or guilt The Shallow Affect (superficial emotional reaction) Insensitivity and lack of empathy


Parasitic life style Poor behavioral controls Sexual promiscuity Early behavioral issues Inadequacy of long-term, realistic goals Irresponsibility and impulses Inability to accept responsibility for personal actions Many relationships that are short-term Juvenile delinquency Abolition of conditional release Criminal flexibility (Above are related to Sociopaths/Psychopaths) If that weren’t the case 100 million people wouldn’t be adversely affected by another’s disease. We wouldn’t have support organizations that cater to “Partners of Narcissists” or “Adult Children of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.” There would be no self-help manuals for people who have been harmed by psychopaths or psychopaths. This Institute would not have considered it necessary to write “Women who love psychopaths’ and open treatment programs in hospitals for those who have survived their abuse.

Suicidal behavior that is recurrent and gestures, threats.

The desperate efforts to prevent the possibility of abandonment Personal relationships that can overestimate and undermine Identity disturbance caused by unsteady self-image or self-impulsivity, in at least two different areas (spending sexually, money, all about wellness substance abuse (spending, driving recklessly (spending, sex, substance abuse, reckless driving) Suicidal behavior that is recurrent and gestures, threats, threats or self-mutilation Instability in the emotional sphere due to the reactivity of mood (intense episodes of irritability, or anxiety) The feeling of being empty is a constant source of stress. Inappropriate intense anger or difficulty controlling anger (Above are connected to Borderline Personality Disorder.)

A grandiose feeling of self-importance

Overstates their accomplishments and skills Expects to be recognized as superior, even without comparable achievements is obsessed by fantasies of unending brilliance, power, success beauty, or love
believes that he is distinct and individual and should only be recognized by, or have contact with, special or high-status individuals or institutions.Requires excessive admiration


Has a sense entitlement, unrealistic expectations of a particularly favoritism or
Automatic compliance with expectations is a socially manipulative person within relationships and he takes advantage of others to reach his own goals Does not have empathy and is unable to comprehend or understand the needs and feelings of other people is often jealous of others or believes people are jealous of him Displays arrogance and cocky behavior, or attitude (Above are those that are associated with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.)

Who have survived their abuse

This list does not contain mild relationship infractions, or just the things is what Dr. Phil refers to as “deal breakers”. With some of the more severe characteristics and behaviors that are associated with this disorder, it can cause chronic symptoms of partner aftermath. This Institute has been providing help to people coming from relationships with narcissists and antisocial psychopaths, sociopathy, and narcissists for over 20 years. This is because the long-term nature of these disorders can cause an ongoing relationship.

If that weren’t the case 100 million people wouldn’t be adversely affected by another’s disease. We wouldn’t have support organizations that cater to “Partners of Narcissists” or “Adult Children of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.” There would be no self-help manuals for people who have been harmed by psychopaths or psychopaths. This Institute would not have considered it necessary to write “Women who love psychopaths’ and open treatment programs in hospitals for those who have survived their abuse.

Witnessed the undiagnosed difficulties of problem partners

Certain of the people mentioned above on the list are victims of abuse who aren’t to be equal, and who suffer from permanent psychological, neuronal and psychological issues that go beyond the psychological interventions that psychology can provide for them. Anger management–nope. Batterer intervention–nope. Psychotherapy intensive–nope. The pathology forms that last forever are recognized for their Three Inabilities (Brown 2005):

  • Inability to reach any level of authenticity in spiritual or emotional depth
  • Inability to keep positive change going
  • Inability to understand into how their actions negatively impact other people

These limitations are the main cause of chronic diseases that lead to persistent problems with relationships. Lacey, Staci, and Nicole have witnessed the undiagnosed difficulties of problem partners. Check this list the next time I speak about the ways these traits affect the dynamics of relationships. Unsuspecting disregard for the safety of others or self Consistent inattention as evidenced by repeated failure to keep the same work ethic or to honor financial obligations (Above are associated with APD (Above are related to)

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