Tag Archives: personality disorder

Dr. George Simon, internationally recognized authority on manipulators and other disturbed characters.

Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder

The folks we label “borderline” are individuals whose personalty never quite came together. And it’s because of this personality integration failure that they not only appear to have a distinctively erratic, unpredictable, and unstable manner of coping but also frequently display features of other personality disturbances such as narcissism, dependence, manipulation proneness, etc. For these and many other reasons, coming to an accurate understanding of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) can be quite a challenging task.

Dr. George Simon, internationally recognized authority on manipulators and other disturbed characters.

A Rare But Potentially Dangerous Personality Disorder

Paranoid personalities exhibit a persistent, pervasive pattern of mistrust of the intentions and motivations of others. And they can misconstrue even the most neutral or benign events as evidence of conspiracies, ill-intentions, and justification to mistrust

Personality and Character Disorders: A Primer

Traditional personality perspectives have proved inadequate when it comes to understanding the makeup of the more unsavory characters among us. That’s why for years, many in the behavioral science field (myself included) have advocated for a more comprehensive conceptualization of personality.

Aggressive Personalities: An Upcoming Refresher Course

Human aggression is most often manifested in the unscrupulous and undisciplined will to power.

Character Disturbance, Neurosis, and Therapy

What most people really mean when they (therapists and lay persons alike) say that there’s no real hope for personality and character-impaired individuals is that they’ve tried traditional approaches only to have experienced the truly frustrating results.

Another Day in It’s All About Me Hell

Disturbed characters’ self-indulgence always creates a living hell for those around them but can also create one for themselves. This woman’s life will be a continual shipwreck until she makes up her mind to start accepting some responsibility for her actions and their impact on those she supposedly loves.