Unspecified Personality Disorder
When a person exhibits symptoms of two or more personality disorders, they may be diagnosed with unspecified personality disorder. The causes are similar to those of other personality disorders, including physical and psychological reasons. If a person has lots of difficulties in social situations because of behavior or beliefs, it can lead to many problems in their life. When it gets too bad, some people may withdraw from society completely, missing out on life. Before the problem becomes this serious, it's important to get treatment. This is why we offer online therapy for unspecified personality disorder here at GoMentor.com. The trained therapists that you can find on GoMentor.com specialize in this and other personality disorders.
Causes of Unspecified Personality Disorder
As with other personality disorders, the main causes of unspecified personality disorder are a combination of physical and psychological reasons. On the physical side it may be a case of genes being passed on or even a chemical imbalance in the brain. Emotionally, some of the negative behaviors associated with unspecified personality disorder may be tied to how a child was raised. Bad parenting can have a lasting effect on the development of a child whether it comes in the form of abuse or just simple neglect. For adults, the cause may stem from a stressful, life changing event. Whatever the cause, there are various symptoms that will appear with this disorder.
Symptoms and Dangers of Unspecified Personality Disorder
Because of the unspecified nature of this personality disorder, the symptoms that may appear will be associated with all the other types of personality disorder. From a fascination with order to obsessive self-interest to a hatred of being alone or being rejected, there are many emotional indicators of unspecified personality disorder. If not treated correctly, this disorder can lead to other problems like substance abuse as people try to self-medicate their problems adjusting to normal life. The dangers are serious enough that treatment for unspecified personality disorder should be a top priority.
Treatment for Unspecified Personality Disorder
Here at GoMentor.com, we know that dealing with unspecified personality disorder can be even more frightening because of the appearance of symptoms from multiple disorders. This is why have established GoMentor.com - an online therapy universe - where you can book online therapy sessions with trained therapists who specialize in all types of personality disorders.
Definition of Unspecified Personality Disorder
Unspecified personality disorder is diagnosed when a person exhibits symptoms from two or more personality disorders, making it difficult to pin down a single cause. Psychotherapy is recommended for treatment of unspecified personality disorder.
Symptoms of / Reasons for Unspecified Personality Disorder
- Fascination with details, rules, and lists
- Passive in relations with other people
- Lack of empathy
- Obsessive self-interest
- Feelings of self-importance
- Blames failure on others
- Low tolerance for frustration
- Need to be the center of attention
- Substance abuse
- Hatred of being alone
- Repeated self-injury